Taking a note from college professors everywhere, our Low-V Cardigan gives that classic layering staple a bit of a dusting off with an infusion of fresh details: soft rolled-under edges along the front openings, a streamlined finish for the hem and cuffs, and our Mulberry Merino for a little extra polish. Knit in one piece from the bottom up, you’ll divide stitches at the underarms, then knit the fronts and back separately. You’ll join the stitches at the shoulders, and pick up and knit each sleeve in the round down to the cuff. Pretty decreases at the V make their mark, and features like set-in sleeves and short rows give the Low-V Cardigan fit-like-a-glove tailoring. Choose from over two dozen gorgeous Mulberry Merino colors to pair with your tweeds... or maybe just your basic tee! Please click Product Details, above, for more information about materials, gauge, and sizing.
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24 stitches and 37 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
37½ (41½, 45½, 49½, 53½) (57½, 61½, 65½, 69½)
To fit actual chest circumference of 30–33 (34–37, 38–41, 42–45, 46–49) (50–53, 54–57, 58–61, 62–65) inches, with approximately 4–7 inches of ease
SAMPLE: The sweater pictured here is size 37½ inches, worn with 6 inches of ease.