Cropped Cardigan with Eyelet Detailing

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“This light cardigan has a pattern of diverging ribs on the upper sleeve, which is accomplished by discreetly placed increases and decreases. Themis is the name of a group of asteroids in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Since the yarn color was inspired by meteorites, I thought it fitting that the garment should have a related name. When I think of the colors that make up the yarn, and of the materials that make up the asteroid belt, I am reminded that all the heavier elements in existence were formed inside stars millions of years ago, and blown into our universe by supernovae. This thought always has a way of putting things into perspective, don’t you agree?” – Robin Melanson


  • Approximately 995 (1060, 1160, 1295, 1415, 1530, 1660) yards of fingering weight wool yarn


  • 25 stitches & 34 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch with Size A needle, before and after blocking
  • 27 stitches & 40 rows = 4″ in Eyelet Ribbing pattern with Size B needle, relaxed after blocking

Size A (for Main Fabric):

  • One pair of needles in size needed to obtain stockinette stitch gauge listed
  • Suggested Size: 3½ mm (US 4)

Size B

  • One pair of needles and one 24″ or 32″ circular two sizes smaller than Gauge Needle for Eyelet Ribbing
  • Suggested Size: 3 mm (US 2½)
Finished dimensions
  • 31¼ (35, 38, 41¼, 44½, 47¾, 51)” circumference at bust, buttoned
  • Intended Ease: +1-3″
  • Sample shown is size 35″ with 0″ ease on model
Robin Melanson
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Robin Melanson