Pattern 9871 - Highland Heathers Aran

Cardigans

We just adore the stitch detail on these classic cardigans.  Perfect for layering on a chilly autumn day, these designs feature cable and stitch detail on the front panels. There is the option of pockets too with the longline cardigan.  

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Highland Heathers Aran

Just like its sister yarn, the shades for Highland Heathers Aran are created by heavily blending several colours together which gives them their richly tweeded effect.

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Weight: Aran

Composition: 100% Premium Acrylic

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 190

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: 1 pair 5mm (UK 6 – USA 8) knitting needles and 1 pair 4 mm (UK 8 – USA 6) knitting needles. Cable needle. Stitch holders. 9 buttons for Long Cardigan and 7 buttons for Short Cardigan.

Short Cardigan
Sizes81-86cm 32-34in91-97cm 36-38in102-107cm 40-42in112-117cm 44-46in122-127cm 48-50in
Highland Heathers Aran, Gorse 374356678
Long Cardigan with Pockets
Sizes81-86cm 32-34in91-97cm 36-38in102-107cm 40-42in112-117cm 44-46in122-127cm 48-50in
Highland Heathers Aran, Thrift 374667889

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