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Hand Knitting Pattern for Hashi Long Sleeve Buttoned and Fitted Cardigan with Cable Border in Worsted Weight Hikoo Kenzie via PDF

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Hand Knitting Pattern for Hashi Long Sleeve Buttoned and Fitted Cardigan with Cable Border in Worsted Weight Hikoo Kenzie via PDF

** This listing is for a hand knitting pattern, not the actual cardigan!**

Hashi Cardi

The Japanese word “hashi” translates to “bridge” in English. Much like the Japanese garden in British Columbia that I was inspired by-
http://thewayofbeauty.org/files/2011/04/japanese_garden_royal_roads_university_british_columbia.jpg

I am recreating a Japanese structure into a cable pattern. The bridge cable borders the hem as well as the deeply cabled sleeve cuff. Slight waist shaping, fitted sleeves, and an interesting convertible collar make this a dream to wear!
Cardigan is worked from the bottom up in one piece and separated for armhole openings. The sleeve are worked flat and set into the armholes. The buttonbands and collar are picked up and knit on.

To Fit Ladies Size: S, (M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL)
Approximate Chest Measurement:
33”, (35 ¼, 42, 44, 48 ½, 53)
Designed to be worn with 0-2” of positive ease at chest.
Length: 23 ½”, (24, 24 ½, 25, 25 ½, 26)
Long Sleeve Length: 18 ½”, (18 ½, 19, 19, 19, 19)
¾ Sleeve Length: 13”

Materials
1120, (1230, 1290, 1375, 1460, 1545)—yards, I used Kenzie from Hikoo (50% wool, 25% Nylon, 10% Angora, 10% Alpaca), 160 yards/50G ball in Bayberry for long sleeve version
840, (915, 1025, 1115, 1190, 1270)—yards, shown in Camelhair 2/15NM 4ply weight (100% camel), 1250 yards/150G
was used held double for the ¾ sleeve length version
- US size 7 (4.5mm) straight and 32”, (32, 40, 40, 40, 40) length circular
- 1 Cable needle
- 2 ring stitch markers
- 1 stitch holder
- 7 buttons- approximately 1” in diameter

Gauge
20 sts, 28 rows= 4” in Stockinette Stitch (st st) on US size 7 (4.5mm) needles or size to obtain gauge.
20 sts, 36 rows= 4” over Bridge Rib * garter st (k every row) on US size 7 (4.5mm) needles or size to obtain gauge.
Hand Knitting Pattern for Hashi Long Sleeve Buttoned and Fitted Cardigan with Cable Border in Worsted Weight Hikoo Kenzie via PDF

** This listing is for a hand knitting pattern, not the actual cardigan!**

Hashi Cardi

The Japanese word “hashi” translates to “bridge” in English. Much like the Japanese garden in British Columbia that I was inspired by-
http://thewayofbeauty.org/files/2011/04/japanese_garden_royal_roads_university_british_columbia.jpg

I am recreating a Japanese structure into a cable pattern. The bridge cable borders the hem as well as the deeply cabled sleeve cuff. Slight waist shaping, fitted sleeves, and an interesting convertible collar make this a dream to wear!
Cardigan is worked from the bottom up in one piece and separated for armhole openings. The sleeve are worked flat and set into the armholes. The buttonbands and collar are picked up and knit on.

To Fit Ladies Size: S, (M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL)
Approximate Chest Measurement:
33”, (35 ¼, 42, 44, 48 ½, 53)
Designed to be worn with 0-2” of positive ease at chest.
Length: 23 ½”, (24, 24 ½, 25, 25 ½, 26)
Long Sleeve Length: 18 ½”, (18 ½, 19, 19, 19, 19)
¾ Sleeve Length: 13”

Materials
1120, (1230, 1290, 1375, 1460, 1545)—yards, I used Kenzie from Hikoo (50% wool, 25% Nylon, 10% Angora, 10% Alpaca), 160 yards/50G ball in Bayberry for long sleeve version
840, (915, 1025, 1115, 1190, 1270)—yards, shown in Camelhair 2/15NM 4ply weight (100% camel), 1250 yards/150G
was used held double for the ¾ sleeve length version
- US size 7 (4.5mm) straight and 32”, (32, 40, 40, 40, 40) length circular
- 1 Cable needle
- 2 ring stitch markers
- 1 stitch holder
- 7 buttons- approximately 1” in diameter

Gauge
20 sts, 28 rows= 4” in Stockinette Stitch (st st) on US size 7 (4.5mm) needles or size to obtain gauge.
20 sts, 36 rows= 4” over Bridge Rib * garter st (k every row) on US size 7 (4.5mm) needles or size to obtain gauge.

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Reviewed by Ashley
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 1, 2018
Bought a couple of skeins for my mom as a reminder of our wonderful memories of the shore. She loved them and mentioned particularly how beautifully they were packed and how wonderfully accurate the colors were in reference to the landmarks they represented. We’ll both be adding more to our collection in the future💕I recommend this seller 100%
Cement Ship Cape May Blue Green Black Hand Dyed Yarn // 100% Superwash Merino Single Ply Sock Fingering Weight Yarn

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