For the last few months I’ve been knitting and crocheting up a storm. My main focus lately has been on big cozy beginner friendly blanket cardigans. I’m really fascinated by all the different ways you can knit a rectangle or square into a sweater. Since I love to knit while I watch T.V. in the evening, I don’t like to work on patterns that require me to do a lot of counting, measuring, or increasing/decreasing stitches.
I haven’t forgotten about my crocheting friends either! I have a crochet version of this blanket cardigan coming out soon in the next few days!
US Size 9 needles
Worsted weight yarn (approx. 1100-1300 yds)
One size fits most. For smaller or larger sizes, cast on a multiple of 2 + 1 stitches for the pattern.
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Co. 177 sts.
- P1, *K1, P1 rep from * to end
- K1, *P1, K1 rep from * to end
Repeat rows 1-4 47 times, then knit 2 rows. Bind off and cut yarn.
Lay flat, and fold 4 corners toward center. Seam 25 stitches from center, leaving openings for arms.