The PDF download of this pattern, available above, is the same version of the pattern from the magazine. It only contains metric measurements, and uses UK terminology. To figure standard measurements (inches), divide the centimeters by 2.54.
This cardigan is worked seamlessly. The body and sleeves are worked separately from the bottom up to the underarms where they are joined and worked together to the shoulder. The yoke has set-in sleeve shaping. At the tops of the sleeve caps some short-rows are worked, and the shoulders are joined using the three-needles cast-off. It features a cable and lace stitch pattern, which can be worked form the chart or written instructions, whichever you prefer.
XS (S, M-L, XL, 2X, 3X-4X, 5X) with 5-10 cm positive ease.
Shown in size S on Rachel, who is a UK size 10
West Yorkshire Spinners, Bluefaced Leicester DK (100% Bluefaced Leicester Wool; 112 m per 50g ball): _ balls
3.25 mm: circular, 80 cm
4 mm: circular, 80 cm
4 mm: dpns
stitch holders or waste yarn
6 buttons, 1.5 cm
21 (25) sts x 28 (32) rows = 10 cm measured over St st.