for Nashua Handknits
NHK38-6 A-Line Cardigan
This is as involved as such a plain piece can be, though we believe it is easy rather than intermediate-- Nashua is a hard marker. It is made in pieces from the bottom up, with a belled 'skirt', and any complications only arise from the simultaneous shaping of raglan seamlines and the neck on the body-- the back neck is dipped too. Regardless, it's a sweet and pretty garment, all innocence. Try Rowan Summer Tweed instead of the Daylily; its st st gauge is only half a stitch off (DO get gauge) widthwise-- check needle size. From Nashua Handknits Book 38, Daylily.
- In by
- In by
- no charts
- schematics included
- sewing required
- straight (flat)
- 5 sizes, finished 33" - 48.25"; see data page
- digital PDF has 2 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 5.0 mm
- US 8
- 16.5 st st
People who bought this, also bought ...
For support questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead for faster response.
New reviews will be available soon.