Kacey Hannant
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SO elegant, looks complicated, but quite simple. I can do this.A great pattern for beginners or a quick gift! Yarn is held doubled and uses 2 full skeins.

SO elegant, looks complicated, but quite simple. I can do this.A great pattern for beginners or a quick gift! Yarn is held doubled and uses 2 full skeins.

Looking for your next project? You're going to love Wrap Around Shrug by designer Camelia Mit. More

Looking for your next project? You're going to love Wrap Around Shrug by designer Camelia Mit. More

Chunky Cardigan http://www.bodenusa.com/en-US/Baby-0-4yrs-Knitwear/71204-NAV/Baby-0-4yrs-Navy-Chunky-Cardigan.html?orcid=-73#

Chunky Cardigan http://www.bodenusa.com/en-US/Baby-0-4yrs-Knitwear/71204-NAV/Baby-0-4yrs-Navy-Chunky-Cardigan.html?orcid=-73#

“Courie in” is a Scottish phrase meaning to “snuggle up” - and it’s the perfect name for this oversized, supremely warm, wrap front cardigan. This is a real winter warmer, ideal for nestling into with a mug of cocoa on a cold day. And it’s so quick to knit! This cardigan has a slightly unusual construction. Sleeves are knitted first from cuff to centre back, then both sleeves are joined with a three needle bind off. Stitches are picked up at the bottom edge from armpit to armpit and worked…

“Courie in” is a Scottish phrase meaning to “snuggle up” - and it’s the perfect name for this oversized, supremely warm, wrap front cardigan. This is a real winter warmer, ideal for nestling into with a mug of cocoa on a cold day. And it’s so quick to knit! This cardigan has a slightly unusual construction. Sleeves are knitted first from cuff to centre back, then both sleeves are joined with a three needle bind off. Stitches are picked up at the bottom edge from armpit to armpit and worked…