Original Pattern: Georgetown
What Makes This Awesome: So many of us come across amazing cables in stitch dictionaries, and I know so many of us have been really interested in that particular cable or combination, but didn’t know how to apply it? Melissa had a great solution- using the lovely but very simple Georgetown cardigan pattern, she swapped out the plain collar and used a cable design that she really liked, and flanked it on either side with some ribbing. It’s an elegant and simple way to balance out the complexity of the cables, and adjust the stitch count to match the original stitch count for the collar. Each cable version would look very different, and of course you could try lace as well. Time to revisit all those cable designs you’ve bookmarked over the years!