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Stunning Nipped Waist Cardigan

OMG - These photos just prove how GREAT photography (and of course, masterful knitting) can make a cardigan look INCREDIBLY STUNNING!! Nipped_Waist6

Anne T. of Wanganui, New Zealand, knit her version of the #106 Shawl-Collar, Nipped Waist Cardigan in a beautiful color.

AND in these photos, you'll see how this cardigan can be styled in many ways.  It's worn upside-down in the photo at left!

Anne used Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 10ply in Colour Lake. The grey/teal shade is unique and very sophisticated.

"I enjoyed knitting this. I found the pattern well written and easy to follow and I love the look of the lace peplum." -- Anne T.

Thanks, so much, Anne, for showing us the gorgeous ways this cardigan can be worn!

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I hadn't imagined it being worn upside-down, but the fancy lace at the bottom looks so gorgeous as a collar!

That lace pattern really was intended to be the centerpiece of this cardigan, and wearing it like that truly highlights that! Nipped_Waist3 Here it is worn upside-down again, but with the Parasol Lace bottom draped over as a hood.  So chic!
Nipped_Waist4 Take a look at these other great photos.
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Nipped_WaistNow are you inspired to make your own?  Check out the pattern: #106 Shawl-Collar Nipped Waist Cardigan, originally knit in Knit Picks HW Gloss yarn. 

Comments

pip

wow.. what a beautiful cardigan!

penny

LOVED the last photo with your head out the other arm hole!!! WOW! So many ways to be worn. I am currently working on mine. I am actually just starting the collar! YEA!!! I am ironically working the SAME color..and I LOVE IT!!! It is coming along soooooo nicely. I LOVE it!!!!!1 Awesome job you did Anne...and I cannot wait to try mine on in so MANY different ways! Thank you for your AMAZING creativity!!! Just beautiful!!!!!!

Kitaro

Personally wearing it with your head out the armhole is a bit much and no normal person would do it, but the design is nice. I just might buy the pattern.

Charlene

This is Sooooo Beautiful and a big plus can worn so many different ways totally awesome and breath taking .

LJ

I would like to see this beautiful sweater in crochet for us non-knitters!

Loren Gaggini

I really want to make this, now more than ever. What amazing creativity, not to mention a stellar design to start with!

Janine

I want it in crochet, too!

Nana Nagy

I don't knit- so how about crochet version-please

DeRae

I purchased the pattern, but have not started it yet. Now seeing the versatility that Anne has showed us, it's my next order of business. And personally, I think that wearing it with your head through one of the armholes is a sign of a normal person who is confident enough to show off their creativity. What an absolutely great job and beautiful pattern!

Carolyn West

Was awed by the beautiful design! One's above said they would like to see it in crochet and I agree with them. I love to change beautiful needle designs to hook because the knit always seems to have the most beautiful designs. It will take me a bit. I am in process of making a jacket from needle to hook from a picture but I already can see the crochet stitches in this cardigan that will work comparably.

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I love to change beautiful needle designs to hook because the knit always seems to have the most beautiful designs. It will take me a bit. I am in process of making a jacket from needle to hook from a picture but I already can see the crochet stitches in this cardigan that will work comparably.

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