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Baltica Cardigan

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A classic Swiss dot pattern is knit allover this shaped drop-shoulder cardigan. Pockets are added in finishing.

TECHNICAL INFO

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

Bust (closed) – 41(45-49-53-57-61)”
Length – 28”
Note: This garment was designed with approximately 7–9” of ease for an oversized look. Please take this into consideration when selecting your size.
Shown in size 45”

YARN

BERROCO MODERN COTTON (100 grs): 6(6-7-7-8-8) hanks #1624 Salty Brine

NEEDLES and NOTIONS

Straight needles, sizes 5 (3.75 mm) and 7 (4.50 mm) or size to obtain gauge
36” circular needle, size 5 (3.75 mm) or two sizes smaller than gauge needle
Note: Circular needle is used for ribbing on the edges and must be long enough to accommodate the large number of stitches around neck edge – very long straight needles can be substituted.
2 removable stitch markers

GAUGE

20 sts and 28 rows = 4” in Swiss Dot Pattern on larger needles

ERRATA & FAQ

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FAQ

Q: Regarding the dot– when you slip wyif, are you slipping purl-wise or knit-wise?
A: To create the pretty slip-stitch dot, bring the working yarn to the front side as if to purl, then slip the next stitch purl-wise, then bring the yarn back to the reverse and resume knitting normally. Make an effort to hold the yarn with an even tension each time you preform this maneuver so that the fabric has a uniform appearance.

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