Pattern 9797 - Highland Heathers DK

Cardigan and Accessories

This crew neck cardigan is just the prettiest and we know you think so too as this is one of our best selling designs. Knitted in a mixture of double moss stitch and stocking stitch this cardigan has a lovely Lace Cable panel down the front. included in the pattern are a matching scarf and fingerless mittens that feature the same Lace and Cable stitches.

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Highland Heathers DK

The colours in Highland Heathers are created by heavily blending several colours together which gives them their richly tweeded effect. This yarn can be used in combination with Stylecraft's other DK weight yarns.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 100% Premium Acrylic

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 272m

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


You will need: Pair of 4mm needles (UK 8 – USA 6) knitting needles and Pair of 3.25mm (UK 10 – USA 3) knitting needles. Cardigan only: 7 buttons.

Cardigan
Sizes32-34in
81-86cm
36-38in
91-97cm
40-42in
102-107cm
44-46in
112-117cm
48-50in
122-127cm
Highland Heathers, Grist 375045566
Scarf
SizesOne size
Highland Heathers, Wild Salmon 37452
Wrist warmers
SizesTo fit an average lady's hand
Highland Heathers, Wild Salmon 37451

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