Mary Rebecca is a versatile cardigan with wrist warmers to match; slip them off for dirty work without fear of soaking or soiling the three-quarter length sleeves. The sweater is worked from the bottom up on circular needles. The sleeves and body are joined on one long circular needle, and the round yoke conceals short rows to create subtle shaping. There are no seams to sew.
Nash Island Light yarn is thick and lofty, making for a quick knit that is surprisingly lightweight. The wool is strong and fluctuates ever-so-slightly in gorgeous color and thickness, creating rich character. Learn more about Nash Island wool at [Starcroftfiber.com]. There is a wonderful story behind this wool, the island sheep from which it is shorn, and the steadfast people that make it possible.
Starcroft Fiber Mill’s Nash Island Light (shown in Finch)
175 yds (160m) - 3½ oz. (100g)
Suggested subs (lofty, but not slick): Green Mountain Spinne