Roberval Cardigan | Free Knitting Pattern

''This cardigan was inspired by a trip to Montreal. I saw this yarn being dyed in person which got me to thinking of a seed and how it starts from something so small and grows into something bigger and more beautiful. This yarn is from the Louise Robert Design Collection. Like a seed, this color was born from an idea and flourished into beautiful skeins of yarn. Thinking so much about seeds I knew my cardigan had to be knit with a Seed Stitch design. Like a seed, the skein of yarn then grew into a classic, easy to wear, beautiful cardigan and it all happened in St-Bruno on Roberval street'' - Andrea Yetman

 

YARN

NEEDLES

NOTIONS

GAUGE 22sts and 32 rows = 4 inches; 10 cm
In stockinette stitch with larger needles.

SIZES XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
34 (36, 38, 40, 42, 44) / Finished Bust: 36 (38.5, 40, 42, 45, 48) inches

NOTES
This cardigan is a Raglan Sleeve knit from top to bottom. Stitches are increased/decreased to accommodate each Seed Stitch design. The shawl collar is knit in Garter Stitch which is narrow at the bottom half of the front bands and gradually gets wider towards the top resulting in a stand up mandarin style collar that is designed using Short Rows. This cardigan is mean to be worn open with a positive ease of approximately 2 – 4 inches.

2020-03-14: COLLAR in the second paragraph you should read: Then with the smallest needles, starting with the lower right front ...

 

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Kathryn Ziegler

Easy to follow and makes a great looking sweater.

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Glynis Taylor
Roberval Cardigan

Love this beautiful cardigan. So looking forward to starting it. Trying to choose which colour yarn to use. So many to choose from.

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Jane OHara
CardigN for me!

Beautiful and worthy of the Biscotte yarns!

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Rosa Bianchi

thanks for the pattern, i love it!!

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Suzanne Shirey
Roberval Cardigan

This cardigan is really beautiful! Thank you for sharing such a lovely, well-written pattern.