Inspired in equal parts by a quote from Franz Kafka and a brilliant interpretation of it by artist Kendall Cox, this cozy top-down “crowdigan” features eyelet raglan shaping, a crochet rib border, and extra-long, voluminous sleeves for maximum “wearable blanket” vibes. The large-scale colourwork motif on the back draws on a love of the corvine family, the moon, and the Six of Wands tarot card. The Six of Wands is traditionally associated with good news and accomplishment – the prospect of possibility, if you will – and felt a fitting companion to a design first conceived of on the eve of the year 2021.
The finished cardigan is designed to have at least 6” (15 cm) of positive ease. Using your chest circumference as a guide, make sure to pick a size that will provide a comfortable, cozy fit.
Main Colour: 1200 yds / 1097 m
Contrast Colour: 300 yds / 275 m
Knit gauge: 10 sts and 14 rows = 2”/5 cm, worked flat in stockinette
Crochet gauge: 8 sts and 8 rows = 2”/5cm worked in hdc rib
US8 (5mm) circular needles with at least a 40” cable, and DPNs if desired for sleeves
I/9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
Finished garment dimensions:
Chest circumference: 42”/ 106.5 cm
Armhole depth: 10” / 25.5 cm
Upper arm circumference: 14.5” / 37 cm
Sleeve (underarm to cuff): 20” / 51cm
Underarm to bottom hem: 19” / 48 cm
KnitCa Woolly Warmth
Content: 100% Wool
Weight: Worsted (4)
Yardage: 100 m / 110 yds in a 50 g / 1.7 oz ball
Care instructions: Hand wash / Dry Flat / Do not bleach / Do not iron
1 digital PDF of The Possibility of Crows cardigan pattern
11 balls of KnitCa Woolly Warmth in main colour
3 balls of KnitCa Woolly Warmth in contrast colour
Please allow 7-9 business days before your kit is shipped or ready for pick up.
To see all sizes available please check out the Possibility of Crows collection page.