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Woodburne Cardigan KAL

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Welcome to the Woodburne Cardigan KAL!

Woodburne Cardigan KAL

The final KAL in our A Sweater for Every Season series is Woodburne by Carol Feller: The perfect cardigan, fun to knit, great to wear with just the right amount of details. And pockets!!! Pockets make me very happy 🙂 Woodburne is knit in one piece from the bottom up with subtle cable details and a modified saddle shoulder construction. The pattern is written for finished bust sizes 32.25″ – 55.75″.

In this KAL you will learn how to:

  • Make a proper swatch to test your gauge
  • Knit a sweater from the bottom up
  • Read your knitting so you can always tell what row you are on
  • Use a lifeline so you never have to rip all your work out again 
  • Make pockets
  • Do an I-cord bind-off
  • Make a one-row buttonhole
  • Seam your work for a professional finish
  • Read knitting charts

Participants must know how to cast on, knit, purl, cable, and bind off prior to starting this KAL. Having completed a basic sweater in the past will be helpful, but it’s not necessary for adventurous knitters.

Recommended Supplies

Note: Read this tutorial to learn more about how much yarn you will need.

  • US 7 (4.5 mm) 40+” circular needle (or size needed to meet gauge)
  • US 7 (4.5 mm) any length circular needle
  • US 7 (4.5 mm) DPN, if not using magic loop for sleeves
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers (including 4 moveable)
  • Stitch holders, extra interchangeable cords, and/or waste yarn
  • Cable needle (we recommend Brittany cable needles)
  • 6-8  0.75” / 20 mm buttons

KAL Store

For your convenience, we have available for sale the yarn and pattern you need for this KAL. Save time and support our small business by purchasing what you need here. Click on the item name to see more details and larger photos. If you do not need your yarn immediately, we are happy to special order whatever color you like! Just call or text (423) 218-2238 or email support@knitalongclub.com, and we’ll help you find the perfect yarn!

ImageNamePriceBuy Short Description
Clover Locking Stitch Markers$5.49

These durable Clover locking stitch markers are the most versatile stitch markers. You can use them on your knitting needles or pin them to your fabric to keep track of your stitches and progress.

20/pack

Clover Soft Stitch Ring Markers$5.25

These flexible Clover soft stitch ring markers are pliable and easy on your hands. The package includes 10 small and 20 large stitch markers. The small stitch markers fit needle sizes 0 to 5 and the large stitch markers fit needle sizes 5 to 11.

30/pack

Dritz Tapestry Needles$2.19

Large-eyed tapestry needles with blunt points that allow the needle to pass easily between fabric yarns. Five size 16 tapestry needles in each pack.

Malabrigo Rios$16.80

Malabrigo Rios is a hand dyed 4-ply worsted weight yarn that is luxuriously soft. 100% superwash merino wool; 100 grams / 210 yards

Hover over any color to see the color name; click any color to see a larger sample at left and quantity available below.

Shalimar Paulie Worsted$34.00

Paulie Worsted is 4-ply superwash Merino, Camel, Cashmere and Silk blend. This unique blend of fibers creates a yarn that is the ultimate luxury to work with. 100 grams / 200 yards

Hover over any color to see the color name; click any color to see a larger sample at left and quantity available below.

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Knitting Your Woodburne

 

5 thoughts on “Woodburne Cardigan KAL”

  1. hi Beth and Angela
    I was hoping to get in today but hubby needs the car,
    just want to thank you once again for all your help, I discovered
    a mistake in my Woodburne sweater at the button band about 4 rows back,
    didnt want to rip that many rows out I as actually able to just undo that area and
    re knit it! cant even tell! held my breath the whole time, would never have been
    able to do it without your help and watching you do it for me so many times!
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, this club! and you guys!

  2. Hi Ladies! Can you hear me “whoo hooo”ing from miles away? I finished my Woodburne today and LOVE it! I learned so many new things doing this sweater including the kitchener stitch for finishing. Thanks so much for all your help! I hope to come in next Thursday for “Sit and Spin” to finish up my Project in Sheep’s Clothing. You ladies are the best!

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