Creative Knitting

RAGLAN CABLE SWEATER

SKILL LEVEL

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WHAT YOU'LL NEED

Yarn

18, 20, 22, 25 balls 50gm Jo Sharp Desert Garden Aran Cotton in 246 Sapphire

Needles And Tools

5.00mm knitting needles

4.00mm circular needle

60cm long

1 cable needle

4 stitch holders

2 safety pins

Special Abbreviations

C10F (Cable 10 Front) - Slip next 5 sts onto cable needle and hold at front of work, K next 5 sts from left hand needle, then K sts from cable needle.

Tension

18 sts by 24 rows over Stocking st on 5.00mm needles to 10cm.

Cable Panel measures approximately 4.5cm.

MEASUREMENTS

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GETTING STARTED CABLE PANEL (12 STS)

Row 1: RS - P1, K10, P1.

Row 2 and every alt row: K1, P10, K1.

Rep rows 1 and 2, 4 times.

Row 11: P1, C10F, P1.

Row 12: K1, P10, K1.

Rep rows 1 and 2, twice. These 16 rows

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