There’s a reason why I named this pattern the Everyday Cardigan. It’s the perfect, non-fussy design to wear to work over a blouse, to put on over a t-shirt while hanging out at home, or to pair with a swingy knit dress for a weekend party. I’ve knit several, but this is only the second one I’m keeping for myself. It’s tweedy, and exactly what I was looking for!Read More: It’s a Cardigan you can wear Everyday
I am not having a whole lot of luck in the selfish knitting department. Allow me to present my latest example.Read More: My huge sweater
I seem to be able to think of nothing other than knitting Everyday Cardigans in All. Of. The. Tiny. Sizes. lately…Read More: My mind’s single track
The knitting is complete, so today we’ll wrap things up by talking about finishing: weaving in ends, sewing on buttons, blocking, etc.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: finishing up!
Woo hoo! After this sleeve, the knitting is completely finished!Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the other sleeve
This week we’re working on the first sleeve, and working with double-pointed needles.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the first sleeve
This week’s lesson shows you how to finish up the ribbing on the body and bind off.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: Finishing the body!
Just a quick check-in this week – no new assignment!Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: Just checking in this week
Today, we’ll do one last increase row, and then embark on what may be the most boring part of the whole project. Sounds like fun, right?Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: Underarm increases and more of the body
At this point you should be finished with the yoke and ready to take the sleeve stitches off of the needle. We’ll do that this week, as well as begin the first two inches of the body.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: Separating sleeves and starting the body