This Feminine Flounce Knitted Cardigan Craft Project is beautiful clothing task that accents the curves of the female body.
The Egret is a knitted cardigan that can be used all year long. Feminine flounce designed cardigan extends from neck line and cascades across to side seam. It is a type of women’s clothing designed by Norah Gaughan, which doesn’t require expert skills.
Make sure to take time to check the guage as you work, with larger needles in straight stitches to create 21 stitches = 4” and 29 rows = 4”. Working to the back with smaller needles to knit four rows, then changing to the larger straight needles and working for 2 (2-4-4-6-6) rows, ending on the ws. Working in the same way for the left front, ending on the ws. Then to the right front which would correspond to the left front, but reversing the shaping. Then working to the sleeves, with smaller straight needles to cast on 52 (58-64-68-74-78) stitches to knit 4 rows and changing to the larger straight needles to work for 2 rows, ending on the ws.
The finishing row is knit, casting 2 stitches over each pair of stitches on previous rows. The sleeves are sewn in together with the sleeve seams. Then the buttons are sewn in, and the piece of clothing is completed.
The directions are for women’s sizes X-small. However, changes in sizes from small to large 1X and 2X are in parenthesis. The materials needed are 10 (11-13-15-16-18) Hanks Berrocomica, #1112 Abalone, straight knitting needles, 29” length circular knitting needles and four buttons. The finished measurements for the length is 22 ½ (23-23 ½-24-24 ½-25)”, for the bust (closed) is 32 (36-40-44-48-52)”.
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