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Loop - Honeyblossom

$7.00

Beautiful Honeycomb yoke cardigan designed by Yoko Hatta for loop, London. One size fits most! Adjustable fastening with fronts designed to overlap by 12.5cm/5" so the size varies on where you place fastening. Lovely gathered back.

We have recently re-knit this in De Rerum Natura Ulysse and it's beautiful! We used a 3.25mm and approximately 7 1/2 balls of Ulysse in the colour 'Eucalyptus'.

* Last three photos are of the De Rerum Natura Ulysse yarn.

This cardigan offers incredible versatility, as it comes in one size with positive ease. You can use a variety of gauges and needle sizes when knitting with Ulysse yarn, taking advantage of its softness and high loft. It's a great choice for experimenting with different gauges and achieving beautiful stitch definition, especially when working with cables and other textured designs.

Finished measurements:
Bust: 91.5 cm/36 inches
Back width where yoke ends:64cm/25"
Length down centre back: 47cm/18.5 "
Sleeve to underarm: 26cm/10.25"

Materials:
- BC Garn Semilla (Light DK weight; 100% Organic wool;161m/176 yards per 50g ball. Shown in Shade Blue Grey (ob120): 8 x 50g balls
NOTE: This yarn has been updated by bc garn and is now completely GOTS certified. It is called Semilla DK GOTS. The closest colour to our sample shown here is 23.

- Alternative yarn suggestion: 

De Rerum Natura Ulysse -  sport weight but can be knit as DK as well. 
Uncommon Thread BFL Light DK

Needles and Notions:
- 3.5mm (US4) circular needle, 80cm (32" )length
- 3mm (US2.5) circular needle 80cm (32") length
- stitch markers x 4
- Metal clasp. The one shown is no longer available but we have others here.
- buttons: 15mm (1/2") diameter x 3 (1 for inside closure, 2 to stabilise metal flower)

Note: You can work the back, fronts and sleeves on straight needles but a circular needle is required for the yoke.

Written instructions and chart.

Please note that this pattern is sold as a physical copy; it is not a PDF.

Honeyblossom pattern avaliable as a PDF on Ravelry