Inmost Cardigan by Sharpin Designs

Inmost Cardigan

The past few weeks I've been focusing on a two things: reduce my yarn stash and knock out some of those projects on my to do list. I've done a few afghans (and have yet another one is on my hooks) but I did take a break from the big stuff to knock out something quick to make. 

I found the pattern for the Inmost Cardigan by Linda Skuka on my Ravelry favorites and was surprised I had not made one (or ten!) of these yet. While her pattern calls for bulky yarn, I knew I had some Feza Harvest in my stash that was waiting for the perfect project. It's worsted weight but I knew it would look FABULOUS. That, plus this color of gold is hot for fall this year.

Inmost Cardigan by Sharpin DesignsInmost Cardigan by Sharpin Designs

As expected, this worked up super quick. The pattern has a lot of repeats in it so it's great for zoning out while catching up on TV or listening to Audible. I used four skeins and had a bit left over. 

I also liked the overall concept of this piece. You end up with a rectangle that you seam up in a couple of places to get a fabulous cardigan. Hmmm... my wheels are turning. I can see doing a freeform piece or a granny square in this. I'll definitely use this technique again.

Happy Hooking!


Care Sharpin


Care Sharpin


Care Sharpin


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