Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft
Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft

Fisherman Rib Cardigan- PATTERN - Mohair So Soft

Vendor
Loopy Mango
Regular price
$11.00
Sale price
$11.00
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per 

The body of this cardigan is knit flat in one piece. The back panel is worked first from the bottom-up. Without casting off, the first front panel is worked from the top-down. The second front panel is knit from the top-down after casting off for the first front panel and reconnecting the working yarn. Stitches for the sleeves are picked up from the outer edge of the garment and worked in the round to the cuff. Two belt loops are made and then attached to the sides of the cardigan. A thin belt is knit and pulled through the loops.

This listing is for the pattern only. After checkout, you will receive a digital copy of the pattern by email. 

If you would like to buy the full DIY Kit for the Fisherman Rib Cardigan you can do so here.

Pattern level: Intermediate

Sizes:  XS - 2X/3X

Materials:

  • Loopy Mango Mohair So Soft Yarn 65 yds 60 m | 50 g 1.8 oz each, 47% super kid mohair / 53% extra fine merino wool
  • Size 19 (15 mm) 20'' (50 cm) Circular Knitting Needles

Gauge: Fisherman Rib on size US 19 (15mm) needles: 6 sts/4” (10 cm), 14 rows/4” (10 cm)

Scroll right to see full chart:

Size

Width

(side seam to side seam)

Length

(shoulder to hem)

Yarn Amount

XS

20” (50 cm)

21.5” (54 cm)

8 balls

S/M

23” (58 cm)

22.5” (57 cm)

9 balls

L/XL

25.5” (64 cm)

24” (60 cm)

11 balls

2X/3X

28” (71 cm)

25” (63 cm)

13 balls


 

 Helpful video tutorials for this project:

  1. How to knit Fisherman Rib stitch
  2. How to knit the front panels of a cardigan
  3. Picking up stitches for the sleeve
  4. How to K2TOG
  5. How to chain stitch
  6. How to seam sides together

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