Butterfly Flight Cardigan Knit Pattern

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Butterfly Flight Cardigan Knit Pattern
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Quickly knit a flowing and fabulous cardigan!

Using a DK-weight or lightweight yarn with some bounce and supple texture will allow you to create this simple yet sophisticated cardigan that can also be worn as a wrap! Pattern includes instructions for both styles. Knit with 1,288 (1,449, 1,449, 1,610) yds of lightweight yarn at a gauge 16 sts and 20 rows per 4" using U.S. size 10/6mm 32" circular needles.

Finished sizes:

  • S (M, L, XL)
  • Length: 21 (22, 23 1/4, 24 1/2)"
  • Bust: 36 (42, 48, 54)"

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October 23, 2014
Kate S
This was an interesting project; the description is a bit misleading. The end product is a loose fitting wrap. Making the project is rather unusual. It is knit round and round the back panel. A knitter must pick up stitches at various construction points. At one point, the project looked like a giant bowl with sleeve holes along the sides. It got heavy and a bit cumbersome. For me it was a bit awkward doing the sleeves, managing the circular needle struggling against 'ladders'. You do get practice with the wrap and turn. On the whole, I've preferred other projects. The end result is wearable but kind of well, 'different'.

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