Thursday, December 28, 2006

A cardigan for Merry

***Thanks for all your feedback on this pattern and a special thank you for those who knit it and submitted errata (that's you Lauren!). You guys rock! This pattern was last edited on July 1, 2007 and changes appear in bold green text***

As some of you clever readers noticed in Julian's half-birthday photos, I did finish Julian's Christmas cardi in time! And I did not run out of yarn...in fact, I had 2 and a half yards left! No kidding. That's how close it came ;0)



You may notice that it looks very similar to Kate Gilbert's A cardigan for Arwen from the Winter 2006 issue of Interweave Knits magazine . That's because it was heavily inspired by it and sports Kate's cable along both sides and the hood. This one though is sized for a tiny tot, has a basic raglan and hood construction which is different from Kate's version, has simple hemmed sleeve cuffs and has toggle button closures.

I call this version A cardigan for Merry because in this smaller size and happy green colour I thought it more hobbit-y than elfish. I would have named it after Frodo, but thought Merry was more festive considering I knit it as a Christmas sweater ;0)

Here's my adaptation for anyone interested. You will need to refer to the magazine for Kate's cable charts though as these are original to Kate's design and rightfully copyrighted (I hope). (Note: Kate's original pattern complete with the cable charts is now available as an instant download from her site here).

Here goes...

Size
12-18 months, 24 inch chest, 11 inch length

Materials
3 mm needles, a cable needle, small double pointed needles for I-cord button loops (I used size 0 sock needles), and 6 balls (if you are lucky and really good at yarn economy) or 7 to be safe of Knit Picks Andean Treasure or any other yarn that gives you the proper gauge.

Gauge
26 stitches to 10 cm (4") in stocking stitch using 3mm needles

Pattern notes

It will be easier to sew the shoulder seams if you remember to knit all raglan decreases on the sleeves, back and fronts 3 stitches in from the edge rather than on the first stitch ;0)

Back

  1. Cast-on 79 stitches and work 4 rows in stocking stitch (knit on right side rows, purl on wrong side rows).
  2. Work a breaking row by knitting one row on the wrong side and continue in stocking stitch for 4 more rows. On the next row (which should be a right side row) fold the hem by knitting together the first stitch on your left hand needle together with the first stitch of your cast on row. Continue like this to the end of the row. Of course, if you prefer, you can always just sew the hem closed when you are done.
  3. Continue in stocking stitch until the back measures 8 inches from the breaking row.
  4. Armhole shaping: cast-off 4 stitches at beginning of next 2 rows (71 stitches).
  5. Raglan shaping: decrease 1 stitch at beginning and end of every 3rd row 12 times, then dec 1 st at armhole end(s) of every 2nd row 3 times. (41 stitches).
  6. Place remaining 41 stitches on a holder or piece of yarn to be worked later for the hood.

Front

  1. Beginning with cardigan right side first, cast on 33 stitches and work 4 rows in stocking stitch.
  2. Work a breaking row by knitting one row on the wrong side.
  3. At the beginning of next row (right side), cast on 24 stitches for the right cable and knit across these 24 stitches, place a marker, and knit across the remaining 33 stitches. These 33 stitches will continue to be worked in stocking stitch while the 24 edge stitches should be worked using the right cable chart from Kate Gilbert's original pattern, A Cardigan for Arwen, published in the Winter 2006 issue of Interweave Knits magazine. Note that you can substitute another cable if you prefer -- it will need to measure 2 inches in width though to work with the rest of the pattern.
  4. Remember to fold and knit the hem on the 33 original stitches once you have worked 4 rows (unless you decide to sew the hem closed later in which case just carry on ;0).
  5. Continue in pattern until piece measures 8 inches from the breaking row.
  6. Armhole shaping: Cast-off 4 stitches at beginning of next wrong side row (29 stocking stitch stitches + 24 cable stitches).
  7. Raglan shaping: decrease one stitch at armhole side at every 3rd row 12 times (17 stocking stitches + 24 cable stitches remaining). Then decrease 1 stitch at armhole every second row three times (14 sts + 24 cable sts remaining).
  8. Place remaining stitches on a holder or piece of yarn to be worked later for the hood.
  9. Left cardigan front: work as for right side, using the left cable chart and reversing armhole and raglan shapings.

Sleeves

  1. Cast on 45 stitches and work hem as for back.
  2. Continue in stocking stitch increasing 1 stitch at beginning and end of every 5th row, 5 times (55 stitches)
  3. Work even until sleeve measures 8 inches from breaking row.
  4. Shape cap: Cast off 4 stitches at beginning of next 2 rows (47 stitches remain).
  5. Raglan shaping: Decrease 1 stitch at beginning and end of every 2nd row, 20 times, then decrease 1 stitch at each end of every row twice.
  6. Cast-off remaining 3 stitches.
  7. Knit the 2nd sleeve.

Shoulder seams

  1. Sew sleeves to fronts and back.

Hood

  1. Knit 24 right cable stitches + 14 stitches from right side, pick-up and knit as many stitches from the sleeve cap as you need to to make sure there are no holes (remember how many stitches you added, these will be decreased in the next few rows), knit 41 stitches from back, pick-up and knit stitches from the other sleeve, and knit 14 stitches + 24 cable stitches from left side.
  2. Work a few rows continuing the cable patterns on each side and decreasing stitches over the sleeves by knitting 2 together for every stitch you picked up and knit in the previous step. You should have 117 stitches remaining including the cable stitches.
  3. On next row, work 2 centre stitches together so that you have an even number of stitches on your needle.
  4. Place marker between two centre stitches.
  5. Increase 1 stitch on either side of your central marker on every right side row, 10 times (136 stitches).
  6. Continue even until hood measures 8 inches, ending at centre market.
  7. Fold in half and graft top of hood closed following instructions in magazine to graft cable in pattern.

Button loops

  1. Using the smallest double point needles you own (I used size 0) knit a 3 stitch I-cord for 26 rows and cast-off for each button loop. I made 3.
  2. Fold I-cord loops and sew to sweater.
  3. Add buttons on other side.
  4. Ta-da! A Cardigan for Merry!

Let me know if you make one...and if any of the instructions were unclear so I can make chagnes as necessary ;0)

Cheers!

386 comments:

  1. That is one awesome sweater. Maybe I'll make one for my little nephew!

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  2. ( A different "Lisa")
    I would not be surprised if Kate herself posts about this beautiful sweater! Maybe she'd even make it for Tadpole :)
    It came out so beautiful and looks wonderful on Julian. You are quite the designer and perhaps one day you will have your own book out there for us all to benefit from.

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  3. Oh my Goodness! This is so cute! Thank you for sharing your pattern. Great job!

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  4. Wow! That is beautiful! And, so is your little one! :)

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  5. Anonymous9:33 AM

    What a beautiful, beautiful sweater. I love the green and love it on Julian. Altho, I can see a girl wearing it also. I might knit it for my Jayden in heather blue. You do wonderful work, Anny. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Anonymous11:16 AM

    What a lovely sweater, you really did a good job! Your little one is adorable as well!
    Thanks for sharing...

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  7. Anonymous11:23 AM

    How adorable!!!! Well done. The color is so striking too!

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  8. They seem clear--all the way down to "knit second sleeve".

    I giggle.

    Happy news year to you all and yours.

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  9. Beautiful! Any suggestions on making it for a 2 year old? :)

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  10. That sweater is adorable, especially on the wee one. Awesome adaptation -- I'm sure Kate Gilbert is proud of you.

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  11. Anonymous1:39 PM

    It's beautiful Anny. You'll have to make a baby size one for the new baby also.

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  12. What a marvelous sweater! Thanks so much for sharing the pattern ... I am going to knit one very soon for one or two of the new little ones in my life.

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  13. How adorable is your Cardigan for Merry!?!?!? I'm totally making this for my soon-to-be nephew. Thank you so much for sharing it!

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  14. That looks great - another pattern for my (huge) to-make list!

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  15. That sweater is gorgeous... thank you for all the work you put into posting your modifications.

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  16. Gorgeous - love it! I might have to make this one too - thanks for the instructions!

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  17. I have to agree with Lisa, maybe Kate will make one for her daughter. I will definately have to put it on the "to do" list for any friends expecting new babes for when they grow up a bit. It is just gorgeous, and the color is amazingly beautiful too.

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  18. Awesome job on the sweater Anny!

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  19. fabulous! must make one for little sir while he is still little!

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  20. Anonymous12:18 AM

    that is a really beautiful sweater!!!

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  21. Anonymous6:09 PM

    The cardgian is gorgeous, love the toggles! My husband loves it and was very impressed with your skill and Lord of the Rings knowledge!
    Happy New Year!

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  22. The sweater? Absolutely beautiful.
    The baby? Ditto.

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  23. I think I'm going to have to make one now! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. thanks for writing it up! It's exactly the size I'm looking for my little guy :) Your model is a cutie pie!

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  25. Merry is beautiful. As is Mary from a couple of posts ago (I've been on blogcation). Julian is the most precious of all though. Has he decided which of my girls he wants yet?

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  26. Just stunning! Actually, I think the adult version could use those toggles to good effect, too!

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  27. OMG! I love this sweater! Awesome awesome awesome.

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  28. I love the sweater. You've inspired me to size it down for a 6 month old! Thank you so much for sharing your modifications

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  29. anny it is GORGEOUS!!!! i will definitely give your adaptation a try for our wee ones!
    XOXO

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  30. That Sweater is ADORABLE.. and the prefect present for my neice/nephew due in May!!

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  31. What a great idea and an adorable model! I love your overlapping toggle closure, and the toggle color is a perfect contrast to the apple green. My biggest beef with the sweater in IK was that the sweater didn't close!

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  32. I'm sorry, but there is NO POSSIBLE WAY that this cardigan could be any cuter than it is. It's possible that it might be the cutest sweater of all time. Now, can I size it down for a newborn, I wonder? *runs off to do math*

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  33. Anonymous2:47 PM

    You are not going to believe this...(especially since my camera is out of batteries and I haven't been able to post pictures of this WIP on my blog, so I only have proof in text) but I am working on a very similar idea for my baby--Arwyn. I was in the middle of the cover picture from the Debbie Bliss baby book (the one with the ribbing) when I saw that pattern in Interweave and decided that instead of ribbing, I would make the cable separately and sew it to the body of the sweater--after I added a hood. I mean, I HAD to do it...it was a Cardigan for Arwen, right? Your sweater is GORGEOUS, though, and it gives me hope that mine will turn out nicely as well.

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  34. Anonymous4:26 PM

    Did the grafting at the top of the hood drive you nuts? I wish I had known other people were doing this, because I could have used a knitalong. Here's my version:http://chaosvortex.blogspot.com/2007/01/farewell-to-baby-arwen.html

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  35. Beautiful. You did a great job.

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  36. Oh my god! That is really cute (both the babe and the knitting) and I'm super honored that you liked my pattern enough to modify it.

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  37. This is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your pattern/adaptation. I can't wait to knit this up for my Grand-daughter!

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  38. That is too gorgeous for words!!! I can't wait to try it out for my son. :)

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  39. Anonymous3:13 PM

    this is incredibly pretty. i would love to make one. and it is both for girls and boys which is nice. thanks for writing the pattern.

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  40. Anonymous1:48 AM

    This is so very sweet and I will have to make one for my little peanut. Thank you for sharing!

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  41. Great photography! Thanks for the quality!

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  42. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Oh wow, that is an awesome jacket. I liked the original but I love this. Never mind the hobbits, I would love one for my little Estel :)

    Thanks a million for sharing :)

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  43. I was searching around for an appropriate baby-knit for the newborn daughter of some dear friends, and voila! Your pattern appeared. I had just gotten to the problem with the back shaping, so I am not only grateful for the fabulous pattern, but the timely posting of errata as well.

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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  44. I am so glad I saw this! It has moved to second place in my knitting list, right after I finish the Eris for my daughter, I want to make this for my granddaughter.

    Thank you!

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  45. Super cute - and thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  46. Oh It is absolutely Adorable..
    Love the color also..
    Thanks for sharing the pattern

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  47. I'd love to make one, but I'm curious as to how you sew on the i-cord loops for the toggle button - could you post a tutorial or any advice on how to sew those on well?
    Thanks for sharing such a great pattern! -- Carla

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  48. (another different "Lisa")
    I love this and I'm about to start one for my daughter in red as soon as the yarn arrives. I know another poster asked this but do you have any suggestions to making this for a 2 year old? I'm new to sweater knitting and don't trust myself to size it up without messing it up. Thanks!

    And good luck with Wee One coming! I had several nesting bursts a few weeks before my daughter came so hang in there and relax. :)

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  49. This is a wonderful sweater. In fact, I think I like your version better than the original! I'm seriously thinking about sizing it *up* for an adult! It has the features that make the original sweater so great, but a more standard sweater shape. And your baby looks adorable in it!

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  50. Bless you, Anny! I scoured the 'net for a perfect sweater pattern for my daughter. Never dreamt that someone would have adapted this pattern! I drooled and sighed over this in Interweave. I am so excited to start and so very admiring of your talent and your beautiful family. Congratulations!

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  51. I'm having a little trouble with the front shaping -- the fronts are shorter than the sleeve/back shaping - back and fronts both start shaping at 8" and are identical. But then the back continues decreasing for 6 more rows and the fronts do not.

    My back and sleeves matched up perfectly for seaming but my fronts have to be stretched pretty hard to match up.

    I'm not sure what to do - I have the correct stitch count (17 stockinette stitches + the cable.) I've not knit an in-pieces raglan before -- are the fronts supposed to be shorter like that?

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  52. I just found out that we're having a girl (in Sept) and I plan to make this sweater in a lavender!! Can't wait!! So glad you shared the pattern!

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  53. I love this sweater so much that I ordered the Interweave Knits issue and I will make one for me and one for my daughter!

    Thank you for this wonderful idea!

    nina

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  54. Wow This is a gorgeous sweater Thank you for sharing your pattern

    I'm starting it tonight!

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  55. Juliet2:52 PM

    I am in love with this sweater! I'm at the sewing together before the hood and came back to find out why my fronts were too short, but Beanmama already asked (thanks!). It's the cutest thing I've ever (almost) made thanks to you. Sending pics as soon as I'm done!

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  56. Juliet2:29 PM

    Hi! I'm in the home stretch and back with a quick question: When measuring the hood, is it 8 inches up from where the increases began or 8 from after the increases? Thanks!

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  57. I'll be rinting this off to file with my copy of the mag. I'd probably never make Arwen for myself, much as I love it,but I think it's fair to say that my grandson will be getting a Merry Cardi

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  58. I love it, I love it, I love it! I'm starting one now!

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  59. Anonymous6:10 PM

    I wish this was in bigger sizes for
    toddlers too, it's just soooo cute,
    but too small. :-(

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  60. annesins@charter.net12:05 PM

    Where can I find the toggle buttons in colors?
    annesins@charter.net

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  61. Hi,
    I started this sweater with a dk yarn and it calls for #6 needle... I am doing it on a #3 needle but the bottom of the back keeps rolling up... I tried both ways... I knitted it up as I was going ..it rolled.. then I sewed it up/// Maybe my yarn is too thick??
    Can you tell me the problem some were having with the fronts being too short so I can watch for that when I get to the front.. Thanks..

    Penny
    peneloercola@aol.com

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  62. Wow!!! I'm just in the middle of knitting an Arwen for myself, and happened upon your pics in flickr. I read your blog frequently, but hadn't seen this. What an incredible adaptation!! I'm inspired to give it another try, but for one of my little ones this time. Thanks for sharing!

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  63. thankyou thankyou thankyou for the gorgeous pattern. finally finished my 8 ply, deep red version for my Hannah (just in time, hope no growth spurts are imminent and spring isn't too warm).

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  64. This is absolutely one of the most beautiful cardigans I have ever seen for a child. You are an amazing knitter.

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  66. I need your help for the instruction for Cardigan for Merry. One of the statements for making hood. Increase 1 stitch on either side of your central marker on every right side row, 10 times ( 136 stitches) after 117 stitches and two centre stitches together for the center of the hood. I want to know if it is correct to increase one before the marker and one after the marker in the same row. Is it correct? The word either bothers me and confuses me. I do hope that you will be able to answer. Thank you Karen McKenna

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  67. Anonymous12:36 PM

    Hey!!

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  68. I really really want to make this "Cardigan for Merry" I am a newbie and wonder if anyone has the cable written out instead of using the cable chart. I did download the sweater from Kate Gilbert and she refers to the cable chart to use.
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