Pattern 9168 - Eskimo

Cardigans

Be right on trend with this beautiful sweater knitted in Eskimo DK yarn. The stunning effect of an eyelash finish turns an ordinary sweater into something outstanding. Wear it with jeans or your favourite trousers for an instant transformation. This pattern has two options, a cardigan or tie front bolero with short sleeves.

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  • About the yarn
  • What you'll need
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Eskimo

Our trend setting eyelash yarn became a huge and instant hit following its launch. Now available in a fabulous range of shades, it continues to offer outstanding value for money in pastel and vibrant colours. It is perfect for the creation of fashion scarves, garments and accessories.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 100% Polyester

Ball Size: 50g

Meterage: 90m/98yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 40C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, do not iron, do not bleach


You will need: One pair of 4mm (UK 8, US 6) needles, stitch markers, sewing needle.

Long Sleeved Shrug
Sizes1-2 years3-4 years4-5 years6-7 years
Eskimo, Topaz 59213344
Short Sleeved Shrug
Sizes1-2 years3-4 years4-5 years6-7 years
Eskimo, Natural 52113334

Page 2, column 3. Shoulder shaping: line 7 should read: Next row: Cast off rem 32[28,30,32] sts. Page 3, Column 1, Shoulder shaping: Line 7 should read: Next row: Cast off remaining stitches. Colum 2 Shoulder Shaping: Line 7 should read: Next row: Cast off remaining sts.

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