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Cardigan knitting kit
The Moritz cardigan is a safe bet. It’s a versatile cardigan to wear on any occasion, the type of permanent wardrobe item you just can’t get enough of, especially when the weather turns chilly.
It is knitted with a mohair yarn spun around a silk core that is soft and voluminous and gives an impression of lightness while remaining warm in winter and cool in summer.
The cut is straight with a round neck, set-in sleeves, and a button packet on the front. The buttons match the colour of the yarn which adds sophistication to the garment. A lovely little detail.
Easy to knit
Done in stocking stitches with 4,5 mm and 4 mm needles for the placket, this cardigan isn’t difficult to knit. It consists of one back piece, two halves for the front, two sleeves, a button placket, and a finish on the neck. [MK1]
You must know the following techniques to achieve the Moritz:
- Knit stocking and rib stitches
- Increase and decrease stitches
- Cast off stitches
- Pick up stitches
- Assemble and sew buttons
You will be able to knit the Moritz with ease if you know these techniques. The companion booklet will give you instructions and guide you to success!
Top Hair yarn comes in several colours: red, powder, pearl grey, white, mouse grey, and midnight blue.
Choose the size that suits you best by referring to our size guide. You can also order a custom size that will be delivered with instructions based on your measurements.
Also, the buttons on the Moritz are the same colour as the yarn, which helps harmonise the whole garment.
The complete kit
The kit has everything you need to knit this cardigan: the yarn in the colour of your choice, a set of 7 buttons that match the colour of the yarn, a companion booklet with step-by-step instructions, and knitting needles. If you do not need needles, click on “no needles”.
Caring for your cardigan means storing it flat in a dust-free environment. Wash it by hand with a gentle detergent at no more than 30°C. Dry on a flat, ventilated surface. It is not advised to wear the same garment several days in a row.