Coraline

Coraline

Coraline

Coraline

I started this cardigan way back in September. During the many months between then and now, I came full circle on bottom-up seamless construction.  It was my Moch Cardi, another bottom-up sweater, that turned it all around. I loved the neatness of the underarm seams and how effortless the yoke felt after finishing row upon row of the body. So I picked it back up and finished the sleeves and yoke, and I’m happy I did. I love it – the smocking, the I-cord edging and cuffs, and the Rowan Felted Tweed that I used. The pattern is Ysolda Teague’s Coraline – highly recommended!

Coraline

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4 Replies to “Coraline”

  1. Your Coraline is beautiful. It’s a lovely pattern indeed. I actually like most of Ysolda’s patterns, I must say but I think this one wins on it’s simplicity. The smocked top is so charming.

  2. This looks just lovely! ~ Great choice of colour and beautifully knitted.
    I love this cardi and I’ve been wanting to do it for ages so I really must swatch and get on with it 🙂

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