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Windy City Cardigan

By: Hilary Callis for theyarniad.com

Protect yourself from any stray summer or fall breezes with the Windy City Cardigan.  You can easily throw this cute cardigan on when you're feeling chilly for a cozy, stylish look. This knitted sweater pattern is very basic, so first-time sweater knitters need not feel intimidated.  With simple lines and construction, this is a must-make knit cardigan pattern for the stylish knitter and will quickly become a staple in your everyday wardrobe.

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is an interesting looking pattern. I have not made it yet so I can't rate it but overall it does not look difficult. I am always looking to make cardigans because they are a nice addition to an outfit. Sometimes you just need that extra layer. I like the way it closes at the neck as well. Also the errors have been corrected which is a good sign. Thank you.

I need help please! I have some beautiful knitting patterns for 3 and 4 ply wool. How can I convert them to use double knit wool?

Chech the gauge for each pattern stitches per inch. Knit a patch in the yarn you desire to use. Compare the gauges of the two yarn's to determine stitches to be decreased or increased by weight of yarn. It will be a time consuming task to adjust the stitches you will need for yarn selected.

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