The Knitter - - Shaftesbury -

“MY SLOT rib cardi­gan uses one-row but­ton­holes to create an in­ter­est­ing open­work de­sign,” says Emma Vin­ing. “The slots are worked on the up­per part of the fronts and back, and they al­low any gar­ment worn un­der­neath to show through. The place­ment of the slots forms an in­ter­linked se­ries of open­ings which are joined by the rib pat­tern. Rib is used for the front bands, with the up­per slots form­ing three but­ton­holes. The lower part of the fronts and back are worked in a wide rib pat­tern that runs into the up­per slot pat­tern. The set-in sleeves are also knit­ted in wide rib.”

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