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Meet the Mahina Cardigan!

Meet the newest Scroop Pattern: the Mahina Cardigan!  A pattern based on my circular cardigan has been the most requested addition to the Scroop Pattern range, and here it is, just in time for May the Fourth! Mahina means moon in Hawaiian, and Mahina Bay is a little cove along the coast of the Wellington Harbour, heading out to Eastbourne. The phases of the moon, the curve of a small bay, and the ripples of waves reaching shore inspired the shape of the cardigan, and all the different ways it can be worn and styled. The Mahina Cardigan combines simple geometric shapes, a unique customizable fit system, and thoughtful shaping to create a versatile draping cardigan that can be elegant enough to wear as a wrap to a wedding, or casual enough for weekend errands. Choose from four base shapes (View A Small Circle, View B Medium Circle, Veiw C Large Circle, and View D Oval), and match them to sleeve patterns based on your bicep measurements, and shaping darts customised to your shoulder width …

Scroop Patterns – Call for Testers!

I’ve got a new Scroop Pattern ready to be tested – and need approximately 6 testers in a range of sizes! Read this post to find out how to apply to be a tester! A little note: I’m away with limited internet access for the next four days, so will not be responding to emails until next Friday, when I let people know if they are part of the tester group or not. The Pattern: A loose, draping cardigan inspired by my circle cardigan, with multiple length and shape options, and a fully customisable fit. The cardigan is designed for knit fabrics with 25-40% stretch across the width. It makes a lovely spring/summer cardigan in light, lacey knits, and a wonderfully warm winter cardigan in heavier wool knits. The pattern uses a unique fit system based on your shoulder and upper arm/bicep measure. The pattern is designed for a bicep between 10″ / 27.5cm and 16 1/2″ / 43cm and a shoulder (from shoulder point to shoulder point, not from outside shoulder to outside shoulder) …