Inversion Cardigan by Brooklyn Tweed Follow

Get the most out of your knitting with the Inversion Cardigan from Brooklyn Tweed. One piece, two looks - you can flip the hem either way to create a shawl collar look or an open front. 

Details:

Gauge:

18 stitches & 28 rows = 4" in flat Stockinette Stitch with Gauge Needle; measured over relaxed fabric after blocking

Slip-Stitch Ribbing Gauge:

Working Gauge: 23½ stitches & 42 rows = 4" in Slip-Stitch Garter Ribbing Pattern; measured over unblocked fabric

Finished Gauge: 21½ stitches & 42 rows = 4" in Slip-Stitch Garter

Ribbing Pattern; measured over relaxed fabric after blocking

Needles:

One 32" circular in size needed to obtain Stockinette Gauge listed above (suggested: US 8/5mm)

One 32" circular in size needed ot obtain Slip-Stitch Ribbing Gauge listed above (suggested US 7/4.5 mm)

One 16" circular needle three sizes smaller than Stockinette Gauge Needle (suggested: US 5/3.75mm)

Note: Your Gauge Needle for both stitch patterns may differ. It is recommended that you swatch both patterns to determine correct needle sizes.

Final Dimentions:

27 (28, 28½, 30, 30¾, 31½)" length at center back (from nape to hem), 30¼ (31¾, 33, 34½, 36, 37½)" across, from armhole-to-armhole Garment measures 60½ (63½, 66, 69, 72, 75)" in circumference after assembly. Intended to fit an individual with a center back neck (CBN)-to-wrist measurement of approximately 28 (29, 30, 31, 32, 33)" Sample is shown in first size on model with 28" CBN-to-wrist length

 

*Note - this piece was created using Brooklyn Tweed Shelter Yarn. Lion Brand's Wool-Ease provides a nice alternative as it is a similar weight and texture. 

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