Euler Cardigan Again

My Euler Cardigan was published in Wool Studio Vol. VI by Interweave and you have already seen the photos by Harper Point Photography in this blogpost. So here are some of the photos my husband took of me back in our front garden in December, just after Christmas. Why is it named after Leonhard EulerPetra777 on Ravelry, asked me. The Interweave Wool Studio theme was geometry and I wanted a name that reflected well with the intricate cable pattern. I searched for a bit and then found Euler! Petra replied: “I don’t know how much you know about Euler but he was such an awesome mathematician. He is celebrated for so many accomplishments, amongst the many as the father of graph theory. One concept in graph theory is an Euler path. The cables with the dropped stitches of this cardigan remind me so much of an Euler path; which is a path composed of vertices and edges and visits every edge only once. This is another fantastic design Linda!” I am overwhelmed by this, that the name fitted so well as well as the complement! Thank you so much, Petra!

Here is the introduction to the pattern: “Named after the accomplished and creative mathematician Leonhard Euler, this cardigan combines dropped stitches with bold cables along the front panels. The pieces are worked separately and seamed together for structure. The dramatic front panels hang loosely without a closure for an elegant but cozy sweater.”

Euler Cardigan is knitted in the hand dyed Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Worsted (100% superwash Merino wool, 206 m/225 yds, 113 g) in 14ns Denim using 4 mm/US 6 and 4.5 mm/US 7 with a stockinette stitch gauge of 20 sts and 27 rows using the larger needles. The cardigan shown in the smallest size which measures 85 cm/33.5″, modeled with 4 cm/1.5″ of positive ease. It is available in six sizes and the largest size measures 132 cm/52″.

The digital magazine contains 10 designs. Interweave has written in their introduction: “Discover sophisticated, simple, and luxurious knitwear that pairs exceptional designers with splendid yarns in Wool Studio Vol. VI”. I am flattered to be called an exceptional designer and I am in fabulous company. The magazine is available to download from the Interweave Store.

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