Here for you a new leader to add to your collection of knitting. It is acardigan worked grilled with multicolor cotton yarn. The end result is much effect as you can see in the photo. Materials needed: 500 grams of multicolor cotton yarn, the needles number 6 and a metal hook closure. Make a sample of 14 mesh and 18 rows in stockinette stitch using the knife number 6 and should risultarvi a portion of 10 cm square.Here is how to work.
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Besides that, true to his vision of the high-end, his son founded a beautiful hotel on the island, which has only a couple of beds8.
Drawing from the lessons of the dangers of mass tourism (low margins despite the volume), they continue to want to preserve the island in him offering a virtuous, respectful tourism for local culture and the environment.
Cardigans for men: our buying tips
Make the right choice of the cardigan will depend on these criteria:
- Material: vade retro chemical fibers, put you in the search of the wools, Cashmeres and cottons.
- Mesh.Bigger and more she will accentuate the manly effect. Winter choose a thick with for example a shawl collar. In summer, do you wear to a finer wool to the classic model.
God bénissz the person who invented this piece! Every man should have at least 2 or 3 in her wardrobe so that room can be helpful.
You never close the top button of her cardigan! As for a jacket or blazer.
This vest that is predominantly found in wool also available in silk, linen, cotton, alpaca, cashmere, mohair and is often subject to material mixtures (including those mentioned above)
You decide whether you want to believe the urban legend that James Brudenell, Earl of Cardigan, during the Crimean War, annoyed to be always bundled up in a sweater too hot, tore the front of her sweater d a well-placed saber. A soldier would have picked up and added buttons. Thus was born the first cardigan in the XIX century.