Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton



"This cardigan is constructed a bit differently than usual," advises Hamilton. "The bottoms of the bodice and sleeves are worked first. The upper parts of the bodice and sleeves are then picked (up) and worked onto the bottoms. The eyelets on the Right Front edging act as buttonholes making for easier finishing." She has a genius for making the feminine look very modern, and this is a gorgeous example of it: you can see that the buttons begin above the natural waist, which means that the merest suggestion of skin may appear now and then... interested parties may want you to stand in drafts, to watch the ripple of the lace. First gauge is for lace 'skirt' and cuffs, second for the bodice.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • all season
  • straight (flat)
  • 4 sizes, finished 32.5" - 42"; see data page
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • intermediate
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 5.0 mm
    • US 8
    • 18.0 st st
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 4.5 mm
    • US 7
    • 20.0 st st
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