Do you feel like knitting a cardigan with openwork that will not leave you indifferent? I present you the knitting pattern of the Sunset lace cardigan with its set-in sleeve.
This jacket is designed for seasonal changes. Ideal for those hours when the sun is not yet warm enough for spring or is gradually losing its heat in autumn. It is ideal to accompany dresses with the cut at the waist or pants with a high rise. Not only is it warm, but it also gives prominence to the rest of the garments that accompany it because it does not have a zipper and remains open.
You will love to see how you can create a set-in sleeve by knitting the jacket in a single top-down garment without seams.
In the pattern you will find the instructions to make the top in 8 different sizes, covering from bust circumference 96 cm/38.5 in to 152 cm/60.75 in. The garment has a positive chest allowance of about 10 cm/ 4 in.
It is a detailed row-by-row pattern for all sizes, including a diagram of the garment and description of the stitches with video included so you can refer to it if you need it.
The center openwork and sleeve construction are the highlights of this jacket. You will have parts of the pattern where you will have to be very attentive, but as you progress, you will be able to combine it with a good TV series.
The pattern has been edited to check for any flaws and tested by several testers. As a result, you won’t have any problem to follow it.
If you want more information, go to the construction notes, prerequisites, materials and sample fabric tabs above.
Happy knitting experience!
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