Chrysanthemum Cardigan Crochet Pattern – $4.99

Chrysanthemum Cardigan Crochet Pattern – $4.99

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Crochet Cardigan PDF Pattern #TICca001/13/s

$4.99*

Chrysanthemum is a full-length crochet cardigan that moves effortlessly with you as you move through your day. Wear it with a bright belt as an unexpected punch of color. Wear it as an extra layer as you head to an early morning yoga class. Wear it as a light coat throughout the transitional seasons.

Featuring long sleeves and an open front, this cardigan is crocheted from the shoulders down and joined at armholes to complete the remainder as one piece. Alternating groupings of double crochet and chain stitches create an elegant rippled pattern. Size increases are made in the dc sections, and the edges are finished with a reverse single crochet stitch border.

TECHNIQUE

Crochet

SKILL LEVEL

Intermediate

FINISHED SIZES

Finished Bust: 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64)”

MATERIALS

Knit Picks “Palette” (100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 231 yards/50g) color used in sample #24563 Hazelnut (8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) balls

Size E/4, 3.5 mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Yarn Needle

Stitch markers

Scraps of yarn or stitch holder

GAUGE

22.9 sts = 4” in dc st, blocked
32 sts = 4” in Chrysanthemum st (without dcs), blocked
10.25 rows = 4” over Chrysanthemum stitch pattern, blocked

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Flit Scarf Crochet Pattern – $4.97

Flit Scarf Crochet Pattern – $4.97

flit

Crochet Scarf PDF Pattern #TICas003/13/s

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Flit is an airy, lightweight scarf that is perfect to wear as the seasons change. It can be worn as a fashion accessory to compliment an ensemble or with outerwear as an additional warming layer. Flit’s lacy interior is constructed using a combination of Tunisian simple and knit cluster stitches, and it is surrounded by a border of Tunisian knit stitches.

TECHNIQUE

Crochet

SKILL LEVEL

Intermediate

FINISHED DIMENSIONS

85.5″ long x 7.75″ wide

MATERIALS

Knit Picks “Shimmer Hand Dyed Lace Yarn” (70% baby alpaca, 30% silk; 1.76 oz/50 g , 440 yd/402 m, CYCA #0 – Lace) color used in sample #E766 Eucalyptus (1 skein)

Size H/8, 5.0 mm Tunisian hook (minimum 6″ long) or size needed to obtain gauge

Yarn Needle

GAUGE

Blocked
5 sts = .75″ in Tks
5 rows = 1″ in Tks
25 sts = 5.5″ in Stitch Pattern
13 rows = 4″ in Stitch Pattern

*A version of this pattern is also available through Knitpicks Independent Designer Program at a reduced rate.

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Flourish Skirt Crochet Pattern – $6.97

Flourish Skirt Crochet Pattern – $6.97

Crochet Skirt PDF Pattern #TICfs001/12s

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A delicate, lacy floral skirt that also looks beautiful as a beach coverup. The skirt is made of individual motifs that are joined as they are worked.

TECHNIQUE

Crochet

SKILL LEVEL

Intermediate

FINISHED SIZES

Finished Hip: 33.5 (38, 43, 47.5, 52)
Finished Length: 22 (22, 22, 27, 27)

MATERIALS

Knit Picks “Comfy Fingering” (75% pima cotton, 25% acrylic; 1.76 oz/50 g, 218 yd/199.3 m, CYCA #1 – Superfine) 4 (4, 4, 6, 6 skeins). Not recommended for 100% synthetic yarns. Color used in sample #8979 Planetarium.

Size E/4, 3.5 mm hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Yarn Needle

GAUGE

Blocked
1 flower motif = 4.75″ x 4.75″

*A version of this pattern is also available through Knitpicks Independent Designer Program at a reduced rate.

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I got my copy of First Light: 2013 Spring Collection by Knit Picks in the mail!  So much goodness inside.  I can’t wait to set aside some time to enjoy this book.

First Light: 2013 Spring Collection by Knit Picks

First Light: 2013 Spring Collection

Introducing First Light: 2013 Spring Collection by Knit Picks

First Light: 2013 Spring Collection by Knit PicksFirst Light is a collection of 14 patterns from 12 designers, and it features seven yarns from Knit Picks.  There are 13 knit designs and 1 crochet design by me! — the Chrysanthemum crochet cardigan.

Knit Picks’ description reads:

Chrysanthemum is a full-length crochet cardigan that moves effortlessly with you as you move through your day. Wear it with a bright belt as an unexpected punch of color. Wear it as an extra layer as you head to an early morning yoga class. Wear it as a light coat throughout the transitional seasons.

Featuring long sleeves and an open front, this cardigan is crocheted from the shoulders down and joined at armholes to complete the remainder as one piece. Alternating groupings of double crochet and chain stitches create an elegant rippled pattern. Size increases are made in the dc sections, and the edges are finished with a reverse single crochet stitch border.

Chrysanthemum is available as an individual pattern or in the printed First Light book.  The First Light book also comes with a free PDF version!

Chrysanthemum Crochet Cardigan by Rhonda "TurquoizBlue" Davis for First Light: 2013 Spring Collection by Knit Picks

Knit Picks is giving away three copies of the First Light printed book.  Visit the Knit Picks blog before February 25, and leave your comment on this post about which pattern is your favorite.  Good luck!

What do you think of the First Light collection?