cardigan patterns (stitches)

Hello,

Could you please help me to identify patterns (stitches) of Tilly Masterson's cardigan, size of knitting needles, and size of yarn from the picture at the link: http://bamfstyle.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/2013-06-08-01-42-25-pm.jpg

Thanks

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No. I can make educated guesses but without getting a better look at the garment, it would more very rough.

I would assume it is an 8 ply (double knitting) pattern, so it would be knitted on 4.00 mm (8 in English sizes), but as I said I am just guessing.

As for the stitch patterns, I can't see all of the cardigan so there may be other stitch patterns on the back, but on the front I can see a bobble panel and a couple of large cables. I could probably come up with something similar in my knitting stitch library, but without a basic aran pattern to work on it wouldn't do you any good.

I suggest that rather than trying to recreate this pattern you do a search for vintage aran patterns online. You might be able to find one (or even this one) from the same era.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

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