In May, just in time for the warm weather to arrive, I finished darling husbands Ranger Cardigan. This was such a great knit with lots of learning. I'll admit to being very nervous about making a garment for DH, I was worried about fit and if he would even like the finished article.
So here are the details:
Ranger cardigan is from Brooklyn Tweed and can be bought from Ravelry or the BT website.
I used Brooklyn Tweed Shelter yarn, in colour Truffle Hunt bought from Loop London.
Gauge was set by the pattern and I used the recommended needle sizes, without making any changes to the numbers of stitches or advised measurements.
Top tip: Read the whole pattern including the notes on the last page before starting your cardigan. I had a tough time figuring out how to keep the pattern when increasing the sleeves and abandoned sleeve one to work on the body having only knit about 10 rows.
On my Ravelry project page I have referenced a lovely knitter, who has the most comprehensive notes, without whom I might not have finish this project.
I'm so thrilled with how this cardigan turned out and it has given me a good sizing reference for future projects.