This short-sleeved version of the Jane cardigan by Georgie Hallam was started in June and finished in July, and was intended to be a lot faster of a knit than it turned out to be. But then, who am I kidding, nothing gets knit quickly these days!
I used a gorgeous cotton and silk blend from Misti Alpaca, that knit beautifully and feels scrumptuous. Just the sort of yarn for for a summer cardigan.
It doesn’t have buttons and I didn’t add the ribbon ties. I knit it simply to be thrown on over a dress, tank-top or t-shirt on cooler summer days and on into fall. And happily Mausi finds it “no-fuss” enough to wear it just as intended!
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