The Come Again Cardigan was designed directly from the Autumn Rose Pattern. Because of the errors in the original pattern, it had to be discarded but I hope that the new version will be easier to understand. Please alert me to any mistakes or confusing language if you decide to make this project. I’ve gone over it carefully but these things have a way of creeping in!
The Come Again Cardigan is rated as “advanced difficulty”. This is not because it is hard to work but because you must keep very careful track of what you are doing. The waist shaping is accomplished by using progressively smaller hooks. When working the sleeve cap, the shells of the stitch pattern are reduced gradually.
I must put in a good word for this wonderful microfiber yarn. I’ve worked with Caron Country before but this time I really appreciated the easy way that the yarn slides off the hook. It also has a beautiful sheen which makes for great stitch definition. There’s a lot of discussion about splitting on Ravelry but with this pattern you’ll be using an H hook and I encountered no splitting at all. Just take care as you work into your loops to be sure to get under all the plies of the yarn.