Architecture-inspired classic cardigan
Inspired by the striated wood cladding on the terraces of the Sokol Blosser Winery tasting room just an hour from the Oregon Coast, the Stria Cardigan celebrates the architectural beauty of clean lines. The angled striae create flattering visuals at the front of the body; keeping the project interesting without being fussy. The timeless shape and style, combined with stunning modern architectural lines bring 1940’s casual into the 21st century.
Worn with jeans, capris, a cotton dress or your favorite a-line skirt, the Stria Cardigan is the ideal classic cardi.
Stria is knit top-down, seamless, with raglan construction and a slipped-stitch design mirrored diagonally down the front panels. It is designed with minimal ease.
9 (9, 10, 11, 11, 12, 13, 13, 14, 14) skeins HiKoo Kenzie by Skacel (1240 – 2240 yards)
Note: Kenzie is listed as a worsted, but it is technically a more of a DK. Keep this in mind if you are using a substitute for Kenzie. Keep in mind that substitutions may provide different results.
8 – 10 buttons (approx. ¾”, no shank)
Size 2 circular needle (24-32”) Button Band, Neck (a sharp point needle will be useful, especially for creating buttonholes)
Size 2 circular needle (12”) Cuff Ribbing
Size 4 circular needle (24-32”) Body
Size 4 circular needle (12”) Sleeves (larger size may prefer a 16” at the start of the sleeve)
Use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 24 st per inch in stockinette, 31.5 rows over 4 inches
Skill Level: Adventurous beginner or Intermediate
Did you know Knit Camp members get a free pattern every month?