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Delightful Cardigan Free Knitting Patterns

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Cute knitted Baby Blankets with Free Knitting Patterns

First I am going to introduce you to the famous Baby Blankets, these are a cute baby blankets, I can make these baby blankets for my little sister when she has a baby, and t...

Creamy Color Elegant Cardigan with Free Knitting Patterns

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I am a newbie knitter. I am currently in my senior year of high school. I am finally getting better at knitting and am looking for a pattern that will be a perfect size. I'm more than happy to pay for a pattern if someone is willing to knit for me. The pattern is just a basic sweater that I can make myself. I don't require any training.

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Cardigan No. 6 Free Knitting Pattern

Cardigan No. 6 Free Knitting Pattern is a classic shrug style cardigan, worked in one piece from the top down. The construction is unusual in that the sleeves are knit separately and then joined with the body before the yoke is worked.

Level: Upper Beginner Author: My Favourite Things

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Cardigan No. 5 Free Knitting Pattern

This is a very elegant and classic cardigan, which is knitted seamlessly from the top down. The body and sleeve stitches are picked up from the edges of the fronts and the back and joined to work in the round to the armholes. Then the sleeves are knitted down from the armholes. Finally the collar is picked up and worked.

Level: Hard Author: My Favourite Things

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