Another KSH Cardigan

Although it isn’t Fiber Friday, we’re going to talk knitting today. I finished this sweater last week, but had too much news to share it with you on Friday. We’ll do it today!

Hebrides cardigan in KSH Stripe Frost knit by Deborah CookeThis is the Hebrides cardigan pattern (a free download from the Rowan yarns website) knit in Kidsilk Haze Stripe. This is the Cool colourway. (The pink isn’t quite as bright IRL as it appears in the photograph above, btw. ) When you look at the pattern on the Rowan site, you can see from the styling that the ease is calculated for you to wear the sweater right against the skin. Because I knew I’d wear this as a cardigan over top of blouses or t-shirts, I knit one size larger and left out the waist shaping. I knit one of these before in the Twilight colourway and knew immediately that I’d wear it all the time. (I do.) It was clear that I needed another one. For my size, it took about 2.5 balls of KSH Stripe.

I also found some perfect buttons in my stash – these were harvested from a Ralph Lauren skirt I made years ago. The skirt wore out (it was loved to death) but I liked the buttons so much that I kept them. Now they’ve finally found a new home. They’re exactly the right tones of blue – they’re a bit stripey, but that didn’t show up as well as I’d hoped.

Hebrides cardigan in KSH Stripe Frost knit by Deborah CookeI’m going to cast on yet another of these cardigans, this time in a solid burgundy colour.

What do you think?

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