Knitting pattern for Sunset cardigan

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  • Level: Beginner
  • Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X
  • Yarn: Midara, Angoria 6
  • Needles: 8mm (US 11, UK 0)
  • Knitting type: Flat
  • Updated: 2023.04.11
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The Sunset cardigan is an oversize piece with long balloon sleeves, reaching just below the hips. It's designed to be simple to knit and comes without shoulder seams - it means the back and front are all knitted as one big piece. The cardigan front band is then worked after finishing the main body section, as are the sleeves. It also features two side seams for added style, making it a fashionable choice for beginner knitters who want a cardigan that will go well with different looks both at home and outside.

Language: English

Sizes:
XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X to be worn with 50cm (20in) positive ease. Shown in size XL.

Yarns (two held together):
1. Midara, Angoria 6 (50% mohair, 20% wool, 30% acrylic; 100g (3.5oz) = 250m (273yds)), colour no.: 120.
2. Midara, Angoria 6 (50% mohair, 20% wool, 30% acrylic; 100g (3.5oz) = 250m (273yds)), colour no.: 120.

Yarn weight (Super bulky/Roving):
600 (700) 700 (800) 800 (900) 900 g
21.1 (24.6) 24.6 (28.2) 28.2 (31.7) 31.7 oz
6 (7) 7 (8) 8 (9) 9 balls
1500 (1750) 1750 (2000) 2000 (2250) 2250 meters
1638 (1911) 1911 (2184) 2184 (2457) 2457 yds

Yarn weight for one strand:
750 (875) 875 (1000) 1000 (1125) 1125 meters
819 (956) 956 (1092) 1092 (1229) 1229 yds

Needles:
8mm (US11, UK0) 40-60-80-100cm (16-24-32-40in) circular needles.

Gauge:
10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in) = 11 stitches x 18 rows in Garter stitch after washing.

Notions:
2 open stitch markers, 1 piece of different colour yarn of 50cm length, tapestry needle.

Pattern includes:
Knitting instructions, Youtube video links with QR codes, schematic, abbreviations.

Finished measurements:

Bust circumference: 123.5 (131) 138 (145.5) 152.5 (160) 167.5 cm / 49.5 (52.25) 55.25 (58.25) 61 (64) 67 in
Sweater length: 65.5 (68) 70 (72) 74.5 (76.5) 79 cm / 26.25 (27) 28 (29) 29.75 (30.75) 31.5 in
Sleeve length (from neck): 30 (31) 32 (33.5) 34.5 (35.5) 36.5 cm / 12 (12.5) 13 (13.25) 13.75 (14.25) 14.75 in
Sleeve upper arm girth: 40 (42) 43.5 (45.5) 47.5 (49) 51 cm / 16 (16.75) 17.5 (18.25) 19 (19.75) 20.25 in

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