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Amor Cardigan MAL – Getting Started

Lets get started with the Amor Cardigan MAL.

The Amor Cardigan is a free pattern by Stylecraft Yarns using their lovely new yarn Amor. Amor is an Aran weight yarn (40% Superwash wool and 60% Acrylic), each 100g donut ball has a whooping 240 meters (262 yards) and comes in 5 shades Berry, Pebble. Meadow, Dusk and Heather.

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The cardigan is made up in sections Back panel, front left and right side panels, sleeves  and button band.

The sleeves and front panels are done its the lovely moss stitch while the back is made up of vertical V shaped cables.

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The full pattern is now available to download for free on the Stylecraft Yarn website

Cast On tip!
When casting a high number of stitches, I highly recommend using stitch markers every 10-20 stitches. This will stop you from having to count over and over again.


Special Stitches

1×1 Ribbing (K1, P1)

M1 – (Make One)
Make a st pick up the horizontal strand lying between sts and knit into the back of it, twisting it.

Cable Stitches
C4B – slip next 2 sts onto cable needle  and hold in back, K2 , K2 from cable needle.
C3B – slip next st onto cable needle and hold in back, K2, K1 from cable needle.
C3F – slip next 2 sts onto cable needle and hold in front, K1, K2 from cable needle.
T3B – Slip next st onto cable needle and hold in back, K2, P1 from cable needle.
T3F – Slip next 2 sts onto cable needle and hold in front, P1, K2 from cable needle.

If you have any questions, need help or just want to have a chit chat while working away come join us in the Pippin Knit Club on FB. 

Love Emma May xoxo 

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