The Cerezo en Flor Cardigan is a kimono inspired garment. It’s oversized and is carried in 4 sizes.
The Cerezo en Flor Cardigan is is worked back and forth in six pieces (back, right and left front, sleeves and belt) bottom-up, and is then seamed together.
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|Pattern source (brand and/or designer)||Kate Barrios Designs|
|Gauge||22 sts and 32 rows = 4 in /10 cm in Eyelet Zigzag stitch with US size 6/4mm needles|
|Charted or written pattern||Written|
|Sizes required||Bust sizes 32-38, 40-46, 48-54, 56-62|
You need to know: yarn over, knit through the back loop, knit 2 together, slip slip knit, slip knit pass over and seaming. Also, chain with a crochet hook.
Bust at underarm: 46 (54, 62, 70) in/117 (137, 158, 178) cm
Finished Length: 24 ¼ (25 ¼ ,26 ¼, 27) in/62 (64.1, 66.7, 68.6) cm
Ease intended: positive, 8-14 in/20-37.5 cm
|Construction type||Seaming pieces, bottom-up.|
|Required or recommended yarn||The Fibre Co. Acadia , or any DK weight yarn with good drape|
The Fibre Co. Acadia DK weight yarn (1.76 oz/50 g; 145 yds/133 m; 60% wool/20% alpaca/20% silk). 11 (13, 14, 16) hanks in Rosebay;
Approximately 16.9 (21.5, 24.5, 28.5) oz/478 (610, 695, 810) g; 1390 (1777, 2023, 2355) yds/1270 (1624, 1850, 2154) m of DK weight yarn (60% wool/20% alpaca/20% silk).
US size 6/4 mm needles or size to obtain correct gauge.
US size G-6/4 mm crochet hook.
2 stitch holders or waste yarn.
2 stitch markers
|Requirements from the tester||
|Rewards from the designer||
Free copy of the finished pattern
The designer has created the following milestones, in order to keep track of progress during the test knit. By marking off each milestone as you complete it, you can easily keep the designer up to date with your progress.2019-02-15: Completed back
2019-02-27: Completed fronts
2019-03-06: Completed sleeves
If you have a question about this test you can send the designer a private message about it.