I’ve knit a lot of things, but I’ve never knit a sweater out of fingering weight yarn. Not even for a baby. But cold weather times are great for diving into a big, long project, and then enjoying wearing or using it through the season.
And because the Naimh from Emily Green is a fingering weight cardigan, you can actually wear it well beyond winter, pretty much all year long.
The details on this one are so pretty, and it comes in 10 sizes, up to a chest measurement of 67.5 inches. It can be worn with an ease of up to 14 inches if you want a big, cozy sweater that’s not too heavy at the same time.
Grab the pattern on Ravelry.
[Photo: Hudson + West Co. via Ravelry.]Looking for sweater patterns? Check these books out
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