Pattern 9404 - Batik Elements

Sweater and Cardigan

Both the sweater and cardigan on this pattern have textured Lace panels and ribbed sleeves

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  • About the yarn
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Batik Elements

Batik Elements is the sister yarn to Batik DK and here the painterly effect has been used to make a beautiful melange yarn using many colours in each shade. The yarn has a round characteristic and is a wool and acrylic mix. You can use it with Batik or Life DK to create striped effects.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 80% Premium Acrylic 20% Wool

Ball Size: 50g

Meterage: 138m/151yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: Pair of 4mm (UK 8 – USA 6) knitting needles. Cable needle. Stitch markers. Stitch holders.

Cardigan
Sizes32-34in
81-86cm
36-38in
91-97cm
40-42in
102-107cm
44-46in
112-117cm
48-50in
122-127cm
Batik Elements, Bismuth 19371010111213
Sweater
Sizes32-34in
81-86cm
36-38in
91-97cm
40-42in
102-107cm
44-46in
112-117cm
48-50in
122-127cm
Batik Elements, Mercury 19361011121314

Shape front neck Next row (rs): Patt to marker, sm, patt 24 sts, sm, k2tog tbl, k to end. 69[74:80:85:92] sts. Work 54[58:62:64:66] rows more in patt, dec 1 st at front neck as set on every foll 8th[8th:6th:6th:6th] row 6[7:8:9:11] times AT THE SAME TIME cont to inc 1 st at side edge on 4th[6th:6th:6th:6th] row and then every foll 16th[16th:18th:18th:18th] row 3 times, ending with a rs row. 67[71:76:80:85] sts. RIGHT FRONT Row 2 and every foll ws row: P to marker, sm, p24, sm, p4, rib 20 sts. Row 3: Rib 20, k to first marker, sm, k24, sm, k to end. Row 5: Rib 20, k to first marker, sm, (C4F, C4B) 3 times, sm, k to end.

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