The baby boy you knitted cache-cœur cardigan Alexandre has grown up to a big boy? Here’s the cardigan for him!
Alexandre II (the second) is slightly different from Alexandre the first: It’s still striped but in regular Stockinette stitch and worked from the top down, seamlessly.
The cut is slimmer than classic boy’s cardigans for a chic, modern look.
Finished chest (buttoned): (62-66-70)[74-80-86] cm / (24½-26-27½)[29¼-31½-33¾]”
Height: (86-104-116)[128-140-152] cm / (33¾-41-45½)[50½-55-59¾]”
fonty Nimbus (100% French & Portuguese merino, 150 m = 50 g / 164 yds = 1.67oz)
MC = #713 (light blue green): (2-3-3)[4-4-5] balls / CC = #717 (dark blue): (2-2-2)[3-3-3] balls
sport weight yarn
MC: (300-355-410)[470-5435-620] m / (315-370-430)[490-555-645] yds
CC: (220-255-290)[330-390-440] m / (230-265-305)[340-405-460] yds
one each 3.75 mm / US5 and 3.25 mm / US3 circular needles, 80 cm / 32” long (magic loop is used)
OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE. Adjust needle sizes accordingly
22 sts and 31 rows/rnds = 10 cm / 4” in Stockinette stitch with larger needle, blocked
The cardigan is worked from the top down. The yoke is worked only in MC, and the lower body and sleeves are striped. The sleeves are worked in the round using Jogless join technique.
The purchase of the pattern is considered acceptance of the terms.
The PDF pattern is available at 3.90 euros.