Pattern 9717 - Carnival Tweed

Cardigan and Sweater

This cardigan and sweater are worked in reverse stocking stitch with a repeating Cable panel across the body and single rib cuffs and welts. The sweater is longer at the back with a side slit.

Click images to enlarge
  • About the yarn
  • What you'll need
  • Pattern amends

Carnival Tweed

Carnival Tweed is a wool-rich chunky yarn with a gentle twist. The yarn has a multi-colour tweed effect so the yarn is striped and flecked at the same time. Check out our collection of garments and accessories.

View all Carnival Tweed shades

Weight: Chunky

Composition: 70% Premium Acrylic 30% Wool

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 145m/158yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, do not tumble dry, cool iron, may dry clean


You will need: Pair of 5.5mm (UK5 - US9) knitting needles, Pair of 6mm (UK4 - US10) knitting needles, cable needle, stitch holders, stitch markers. Also for Cardigan: a 5.5mm (UK5 - US9) circular knitting needle, 5 buttons.

Cardigan
Sizes32-34in
81-86cm
36-38in
91-97cm
40-42in
102-107cm
44-46in
112-117cm
48-50in
122-127cm
Carnival Tweed, Gala 712456667
Sweater
Sizes32-34in
81-86cm
36-38in
91-97cm
40-42in
102-107cm
44-46in
112-117cm
48-50in
122-127cm
Carnival Tweed, Fete 712155667

There are currently no amendments for this pattern.

What's New

Blogstars Garden Party part 2

26th May 2022

Last week we showcased the first five designs for the Stylecraft Blogstars Garden Party. This week we are delighted to reveal the final four patterns to complete the festivities. Time for...

Read article

Blogstars Garden Party part 1

19th May 2022

Can you believe we are already halfway through the Stylecraft Blogstars Garden Party? What an amazing feast of beautiful designs it has been too. Here is a recap of the first five designs in case you...

Read article

Playful patterns

12th May 2022

Spring is traditionally a time for babies, with lambs gambolling over the fields, chicks and ducklings waddling around.  We know how much you love our baby patterns, but have you ever thought...

Read article