Valley Yarns 805 Nightfall Cardigan - Download (805)

Valley Yarns 805 Nightfall Cardigan

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Valley Yarns Nightfall Cardigan is perfect for layering, day or night.  This sweet and simple top-down, open cardigan features raglan sleeves and a narrow textured collar. It is knit up in Valley Yarns Colrain, a Merino and Tencel® blend that adds a lovely sheen and durability to this delightful garment.

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Finished Measurements: 30 (34, 40, 45, 51, 56)”
Yarn Requirements: 6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11) balls Valley Yarns Colrain (50% Merino/50% Tencel, 50g/109yd) shown in Gray Heather
Needles: US 7 (4.50mm) 32” circular
Gauge: 20 sts and 26 rows = 4” in stockinette stitch

This pattern was updated 9/21/2017. 
View errata here. If you purchased the PDF version, the newest version is available in your pattern library.

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Comments about VALLEY YARNS 805 Nightfall Cardigan:

I ordered the amount of the recommended yarn needed for the project and it knitted to gauge. The sweater knitted to the correct size yet I had to order 2 more skeins of yarn to finish the project. For each order I placed I had to pay shipping.

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Comments about VALLEY YARNS 805 Nightfall Cardigan:

About half way through the pattern and have found several errors. Nice pattern, but would not recommend to anyone without a fair amount of sweater making practice - so you can spot the mistakes and correct for them. Making it a bit spicier to knit with a lace pattern down the back.

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