A marvelous cardigan by Maureen Mason-Jamieson, this Marmalade-Blueberry Jam Sweater has a unique construction utilizing slip-stitches in a most lovely way!
This pattern can be emailed to you as a pdf --- just please know that it is not automatic; I need to manually email it to you.
Or we can mail you a printed copy. The extra cost will cover the shipping (I hope). :-)
To quote Maureen:
Whether you prefer marmalade or blueberry jam, you'll be toasty in this colorful worsted weight cardigan.
Easy slip stitch pattern slides around mitered corners to provide a distinctiove touch to the front and back. Attached i-cord forms the button band.
Originally knit using Shelridge Warm W4, a 4 ply 100% wook with 200 yards/ 100g. This version used 2 to 3 skeins of Melon and 2 of Green Apple, 1 skein each of Pink Lemondae and Crosilk and Lemon Lime and Wisteria.
(There was also originally a Blueberry version but I don't have a photo of that one. It used blues, greens, and purples.)
Overall if you figure on about 6 colors of worsted weight yarn, with about 400 to 600 yds of the main color (the lesser amount is for the small, the larger amounts work for the medium and the large). Then about 400 yds of two contrasting colors and 100 each of the remaining 4 colors.
The gauge you are going for is 22 sts to 4" over slip stitch pattern.
As far as I know we might be the only place right now where you can get this pattern. Maureen sent me her master copy, I scanned in the pages and created a pdf format.
Bear in mind that Maureen is retired and will not be available for questions. However, her patterns are very clearly written and should cover everything you need. If you want my help, just email.