Tammy Eigeman Thompson
for woolen collectibles 2010
Eigeman Thompson revels in the traditional done new ways: here is Exhibit A. This is a cardigan made in the time-honoured fair isle method (in the round, with steeks as fields on which to cut the piece open where necessary). But she wittily adds a peplum to the jacket, nips in the waist, then increases a little-- why ever not, when the shape and technique both allow and encourage it? Shoulders are drop, made separately, and then sewn into the cut-open armholes (this is a Norwegian tradition: clearly the designer is a knitting polyglot).
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- fair isle patterns charted
- no schematics
- sewing required
- 3 sizes, finished 32", 36", 40"; see data page
- digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 3.5 mm
- US 4
- 27.0 over pattern
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