It’s been a thrill to see saddle shoulders for the Transom Cardigan popping up on Instagram and Ravelry.
I’ll be honest: I have a tiny trepidation about my first venture into saddle shoulders in at least 10 years. I bet other people do, too. It’s an intricate little feat of knitting construction, a thrilling departure from the circle yoke construction that knitters have been in love with.
Fear not, valiant knitters! Carol Feller has made three videos that make it all clear as a freshly Windexed transom window.
Start up top, with Carol’s Construction Overview.
Feeling better already, yes?
Now, move on to Carol’s video on picking up the saddle stitches:
Finally, a video that uses a teeny version of the Transom Cardigan to walk us through the elegant short row sleeve cap:
A word to the wise: save this post in your MDK account so that these videos will be right there when you need them.
Join us for Refreshalong, and get ready to wow the people with your Transom Cardigan’s saddle shoulders and short-row sleeve caps.