Carter Tank free Pattern

Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern
Carter Tank free Pattern

Carter Tank free Pattern

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Cables plus Garter equals Carter!! The Carter Tank is a beginner friendly design that is knit in Garter Stitch for its lovely texture and featuring a cable pattern front and center! Another beautiful design by Andrea Yetman ♥

This tank is meant to be worn with very little to no positive ease. Wear it alone or layered over a tee to keep it in your wardrobe all year long!

YARN

Cheval Blanc Indy – 51% cotton, 7% silk, 7% linen, 15% acrylic and 20% polyamide.  Sample uses: Naturel 016 - 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6) skeins

or

Kakigori by Noro - 50% cotton/ 30% silk/ 10% viscose/ 10% polyamide. The pattern is illustrated in Himeji #12 - 1 to 2 balls of Kakigori yarn. 

NEEDLES

  • Main Fabric: 4mm (US#6) – Circular needles of at least 22” (56cm) or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • Ribbing: 3.5mm (US#4) – Circular needle of at least 22” (56cm) and preferred needles for small circumference knitting.

NOTIONS

GAUGE |18sts and 26 rows = 10 cm (4”) on 4mm in garter stitch.

SIZES | XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)

PATTERN NOTES

The Carter Tank is knit bottom up in the round and then separates at the arm opening and knit back and forth. The shoulder stitches are binded off using the 3 Needle Bind Off. Stitches are picked up around the neck opening and binded off using the I-cord Bind Off.

HOW TO WASH HAND-DYED YARNS
With the growing popularity of natural fibers and wool, knowing how to wash your woolies is a very hot topic! Since we grew up in the era of synthetic fibers and the washing machine, the return to nature imposes a little reminder of the basic rules.

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S Mo

fabulous

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hanh fort
Thank you I have started kniting on it

Will try soon the pattern was very nice

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Susan Conner
Carter tank

Simplicity at its best. Love the cable arrows and the rest is basic, making it a great accessory to wear with many outfits. Great pattern.

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Julie Ford
Carter tank

Have not had time to make yet, but am excited to get started. Read pattern and it will a fun pattern to work on.

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Sue Therrien
Great pattern!

I’m really loving this pattern, so far.

HAND-DYED YARNS

Knitting yarn hand-dyed in our Canadian workshop since 2007

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HAND-DYED YARNS

Knitting yarn hand-dyed in our Canadian workshop since 2007

FAMILY BUSINESS

Founded in Canada by knitting enthusiasts for the love of natural fibers

ORIGINAL PRODUCTS

Products and knitting patterns developed exclusively for our customers.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

A tight-knit team that guides you through your projects, one stitch at a time!