for Reynolds 2006
82369 Fairisle Cardigan
If you made the sleeves first, that would be an excellent introduction to fair isle and give you a good-sized gauge swatch. Then you'd be ready to tackle the body (worked in one piece to the underarm), and its bigger, more elaborate fair isle pattern. Mills, with her extreme sensitivity to knitters' needs, has designed the motif so that there are very few long carries, and there's even the occasional 'sanity row' (solid, one-colour row) within it. Finishing is then just the usual buttonbands. And since the whole is done at a larger gauge than usual, it'll be done before you know it.
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