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Winter Smock

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Winter Smock

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Winter Smock

3.25 6.50

Knit yourself a cozy and functional cardi in less time than a pair of socks!

An elegant take on the puffy body warmer, the Winter Smock is perfect for working in a chilly environment. The thick chunky knit warms the core, while the cropped hem and sleeves keep out of the way when bending over and working with your hands. Ideal for gardening, lighting the fire, and of course sewing and painting in a cold studio.

This cardigan is worked entirely in garter stitch, seamlessly, top-down, in the flat. Suitable for adventurous beginners and beyond, the pattern works with both solid and variegated yarns.

If you prefer to purchase this pattern on ravelry, it is available here. 

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MATERIALS & INFO

Sizing
fits 80 (85, 90, 96, 102, 110)cm chest  
32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 43)”

Fit
designed with 2-3cm of ease

Yarn
Apple Oak Fibre Works Stockholm, shown in the Chéri colourway 
{substitute with chunky yarn, 100m/100g} 
450g (500g, 550g, 600g, 650g, 700g) 
 
Tension
11 stitches x 16 rows = 10cm in stockinette

Needles: circular needle 9mm in diameter

Notions: stitch markers, tapestry needle, scrap yarn  
 
Pattern Support: 
For help with techniques mentioned in this pattern, please refer to lbhandknits.com/techniques