Knitting pattern for Edel a light, summer sweater knitted in organic cotton, with fancy stripes and cool details.
With crisp, copper-colored stripes and delicate details, we combine the lovely organic cotton from Krea Deluxe with the soft Silk Mohair from Isager to make a light, summer top, with a great fit and beautiful design, as well as plenty of bling. You can easily knit Edel either in a single-color or with multi-color stripes. The possibilities are endless and only limited by our imagination.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Sizes: (XS)S(M)L(XL)2XL(3XL). Chest: (88)94(100)106(112)120(128) cm / (34⅔)37(39½)41¾(44)47⅕(50) inches. Length mid back: (54)55(56)57(58)59(60) cm / (21¼)21¾(22)22½(22¾)23¼(23½) inches. Sleeve length under the arm: (28)29(30)31(32)32(32) cm / (11)11½(11¾)12¼(12½)12½(12½) inches.
Materials: Krea Deluxe Organic Cotton, 100% cotton, 165m per 50 g. Isager Silk Mohair, 75% kid mohair, 25% silk, 212m per 25 g. Krea Deluxe Shiny, 80% viscose, 20% polyester, 95m per 25 g.
Color A: Krea Deluxe Cotton (200)200(250)250(300)300(350) g. Color B: Isager Silk Mohair (100)100(100)125(125)150(150) g. Color C: Krea Deluxe Shiny (75)75(75)100(100)100(100) g.
Work through the entire project with one thread of either color A, cotton or color C, Shiny and one thread color B, silk mohair, together. As color B is knitted throughout the entire project, only the colors A and C are mentioned in the pattern.
Circular needle and double pointed needles size 3½ and 4 mm / US 4 and 6. 7 markers. 3 meters accompanying thread in a contrasting color.
Gauge: 20 sts and 30 rows in stockinette st on needle size 4 mm / US 6 = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
Directions: The sweater is worked in the round, from the top down. Cast on stitches using a temporary crochet cast on, so the size of the neckline can be adjusted subsequently. Short rows are worked across the shoulder and back at the beginning to give a higher neckline. The yoke is worked with increases. Hereafter the work is divided, and both the sleeves and the body are worked separately. Increases are made on the body mid front and back, to provide an increased width downwards.