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Morning Coffee

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Intermediate

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Pattern Details

Morning Coffee is a satisfying alternative to complicated sweater knitting. Instead of spending a lot of time figuring out charts, or unusual constructions, or multiple gauges, just… …knit. And come up with a wardrobe-staple of a sweater that you wear as faithfully as you drink that morning cuppa. It’s simple, it’s uncomplicated, and it’s the kind of sweater everyone needs. Unpretentious moss stitch trims the edges of this ¾-sleeve, single-button cardigan. A cute and unexpected touch of moss stitch also adorns the back waist. Morning Coffee is knit in pieces from the bottom up and then seamed; the cardigan edges are worked inline with the front of the sweater. The neck trim stitches are continued past the shoulder bind-offs on the front, and then sewn to the back neckline. A Verb for Keeping Warm’s Pioneer is the perfect choice for Morning Coffee-its tweedy texture provides a lovely depth to the fabric, its construction keeps the cardigan lightweight yet warm, and the soft merino is comfortable when worn against the skin. The fact that it’s 100% California Wool and supports local farmers and US mills means that your own Morning Coffee will be a garment that is truly worthy of you. If you choose to substitute yarn, you will need approximately 790 (850, 930, 980, 1080, 1135, 1225, 1300, 1400, 1505, 1570, 1735) yds/718 (775, 845, 895, 985, 1035, 1115, 1185, 1280, 1375, 1430, 1580) m.

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Amy Herzog Designs
Amy Herzog Designs
Amy Herzog loves helping knitters create garments they love to wear. She is the creator of the CustomFit sweater pattern generator and the Knitter’s Toolbox app of handy knitting calculators, as well as the author of Knit to Flatter, Knit Wear Love, and You Can Knit That (STC Craft). She teaches across the country and here on Craftsy.com, and has appeared on American Public Television's "Knit and Crochet Now". Her designs have been published in Rowan, Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Twist Collective, and more. Find out more at http://www.amyherzogdesigns.com.