When you have as spectacular a cable panel as the one featured here, you don't want to divert attention from it. So these pieces (with your choice of crew or V-neck) set it off with only great fields of st st. The backs have two of these rich cable panels mirroring the front; sleeves are raglan, decreasing done well in from the edges, and well finished with a selvage stitch (for neat seaming). This is a very polished and sophisticated design, though the cable pattern takes only 8 rows.
An alert customer pointed out that this pattern is missing the cable definitions! Hayfield has supplied them below in the Comments section; a revised PDF will be made available to all past buyers as soon as we get it.
Update at 1 May 2015: a corrected copy is now available in your stash or for sale when you buy it for the first time.
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- no charts
- no schematics
- sewing required
- straight (flat)
- 6 sizes, finished 37" - 47"; see data page
- scanned PDF has 4 pages (a4 size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 5.0 mm
- US 8
- 18.0 st st
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Tuesday, September 17 2013, 08:46
Here are the missing cable definitions for this pattern, supplied by Hayfield on 17 September 2013 (CN is Cable Needle):
C4B cable 4 back by slipping next 2 sts to back on CN, k2 then k2 from CN
C4F cable 4 front by slipping next 2 sts to front on CN, k2 then k2 from CN
T4R Twist 4 right by slipping next 2 sts to back on CN, k2 then p2 from CN
T4L Twist 4 left by slipping next sts to front on CN, p2 then k2 from CN
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