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Simple Summer Cardigan Sweater Pattern

By: Elaine from abc-knitting-patterns.com
Simple Summer Cardigan Sweater Pattern
Simple Summer Cardigan Sweater Pattern
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The Simple Summer Cardigan Sweater Pattern creates a cardigan with a beautiful, open design and short sleeves. This is the perfect knit sweater to have on hand when there’s a soft summer breeze or when the sun goes down. This cardigan pattern is very similar to the Simple Summer Knit Sweater Pattern, except this one is open in the front, making it even more versatile since you can show off the shirt underneath much more easily. Like that pattern, this one is knit using two strands of contrasting yarn so you get a nice, textured look.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Wow, this is really pretty! I love how summery it is and the loose fit. I would totally wear this!

This cardigan has an interesting open weave look. I like how the applied knitted I-cord adds a finished look to the edge, similar to applying seam binding to sewn edges. The designer provides stitch counts for different sizes so you can get the right proportions, and the loose fit means you can layer it.

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