Aidez Fitted Cardigan

Aidez Fitted Cardigan
Aidez Fitted Cardigan

Wrap yourself in this cozy sweater that's full of elegance and warmth. You'll love how the Aidez Fitted Cardigan goes with nearly everything in your wardrobe! The elegant cables in this free knitting pattern make this one sweater that you can wear to every occasion. The cold winter weather will be no match for this luxurious sweater, making this a great sweater to knit up during autumn in preparation for winter. The project will keep your lap warm as you knit it up, and then it will be perfect for years of warmth in the future.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

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

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I'd like to add buttons down the front. Can anyone help with complete instructions?

Adding buttons will alter the look of the front of the sweater significantly and will most likely cause the pattern on both sides to pucker. the only way I can see that it might work would be to pick up stitches on the fronts to create a button band after the fronts are completed.

mpetros, Can you please tell me how to add the extra 5 or 6 stitches? I would like to make this sweater but I don't know how to add the extra stitches to make the sleeve so they are not too narrow. Maybe you cast on the extra stitches when you begin the sleeve cast on?

a striking pattern - and it will go with anything and everything not only looks warm but is warm

this sweater knit up well in a deep blue -- had a blue yarn that knit to the right gauge screaming to be used and am trying not to buy any more yarn until at least half of my stash is used - had to change the sleeves as the armholes were too tight -- added six stitches and it was enough to make the armhole comfortable -- looking forward to knitting it again, this time in the aran colour

Is there a pic of the front? It wouldn't let me ask without a rating so I gave it 5 based on the look of the back, I'd like to see the front before I make it.

sorry, I found it! feel like a dunce

I made tow of these, one in aran and one in black. I was surprised how nice the black one looks. This design is my absolute favorite!

Fabulous sweater pattern. I gave it a 4 out of 5 stars as the sleeves are way too narrow. Easily fixed by increasing stitches by 5 or so stitches - that gives you another inch at the arm pit.

I can't get the link to work! I'm getting an error. I REALLY want the pattern!! And to see the front! Someone help!!

Sorry for the double post. It kept saying I wasn't logged in.

I can't see the pattern! When I click the link I get an error. I REALLY want this pattern! Can someone help, send me the link, fix the link?! LOVE it!!

I made this sweaater at a time you previously listed it. I have had the most wonderful comments, and often being asked where I bought it. This sweater, as written above, does go with just about any outfit. That is why I leave it at work. At times the air conditioning is either too cold for me or the other side of the building gets more heat (happens quite often) on winter days. I too have to occasionally run blueprints to the engineering building. I plan to make another sweater, but this time I am going to make it with a darker color of yarn. The first one was knitted in butter pecan.

This is my absolutely favorite sweater! I made it in Aran, and it came out beautiful! The pattern is easy to follow.


I don't understand when it says: sl 4 WYIB, dropping extra 4 wraps; return these 4 sts to LH needle, pass the last 2 sts slipped over the first 2 and k them in this crossed position Can someone help explain? Thanks!

Andi4299, I looked at the chart descriptions and this part is done AFTER the 4 pink squares. WYIB means with yarn in back. I hope this is what you were needing help with....

like to see front of sweater

If you click for the pattern, it shows you the front(:

what does the front of this sweater look like, buttons, zipper etc.

@cyndi5477 3701027, K tbl = Knit stitch through the back loop. I hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

i am knitting this sweater and there is a term i am unfamiliar with it is k1TBL, i understand k1, but does the TBL mean in the back loop?

Yup! You got it!

I'm working on this pattern right now in chocolate brown, and it is absolutly beautiful...can't wait until it's finished.

is this pattern available in BOND Sweater machines?


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