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NHK11-1 Crochet Cardigan
An Empire-waisted beauty from Bunn (whose dual mastery of knitting and crochet continues to astound us). She says: "The bodice (upper body) of garment is worked in one piece to the armholes, then divided for working the fronts and back separately. The lower body is worked downwards from the foundation chain of the bodice. In the same manner, each upper sleeve is worked first, then the lower sleeve is worked downwards." It is gorgeously shaped, with the 'skirt' widening gently towards the hem. American crochet terminology. See data page for gauge information.
From Nashua Handknits Book 11, Holiday.
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