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Garden Party Sweater Pattern

price: $10.00

The Garden Party Sweater is a beautiful mix of yarns and stitches in a loose fitting rectangular cardigan shape. We especially love the juxtaposition of our Spun Cloud and printed Wildflower yarns together in this striped chevron stitch!

The grey sample is knit using these yarns and colors: Spun Cloud in Fog, Wildflower in Goldenrod, Sienna, Dusty Fleur, Petal and Tribal.  This pink/ivory sample shown is a mix of many yarns - see the blog post I did about it here for the full scoop! 

You are also welcome to check out kits we created for this beautiful sweater here.

Pattern details:

Skill Level: Intermediate Knitter

Needle Size:

Sizes 17 (12mm) and 19 (16mm) 32”/81.5cm long circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge

Available Sizes: XS/S (M/L, XL/XXL)

Finished Measurements:  

Bust: 36 (42, 56)”/91.5 (106.5, 142)cm

Length: 32 (32, 34)”/81.5, 81.5, 86.5)cm

Gauge: 10 sts and 7 rows = 4”/10cm in pattern on size 19 (16mm) needle 


Spun Cloud or Sister: 3 (3, 4) skeins (MC)

Wildflower (five colors A, B, C, D, E): 1 skein of each color for sizes XS/S and M/L and 2 skeins of each color for size XL/XXL.

Pattern Designer: Cheryl Kubat

Fit note: This sweater is intended to have about 4” to 6” of positive ease at the bust. The model is wearing a size M/L and has a 36” bust. We recommend most people knit the M/L size. From our experience, the size M/L looks fantastic on every single person and all different body types. If you are larger than a 36” bust but prefer less positive ease, I recommend going with the M/L as well.


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