Knitting pattern for Dicte sweater, a light summer sweater or summer top. For those less warm summer nights we bring you the pattern for a small, light summer top with three-quarter sleeves and a cute and elegant lattice pattern. The top is knitted in one of our favorite combinations from Isager - thin Isager Spinni merinould and light and warm Isager Alpaca 1. Beautiful and warm under a blazer and summerly with shorter sleeves.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
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Breast circumference: (88)94(100)106(112)120(128) cm / (34⅔)37(39½)41¾(44)47⅕(50) inches.
Center back length: (58)59(60)61(62)63(64) cm / (22¾)23¼(23½)24(24½)24¼(25⅕) inches.
Sleeve length under sleeve: (22)23(24)25(26)27(28) cm / (8½)9(9½)9¾(10)10½(11) inches.
Isager Spinni, 100% merino wool, 610 m per 100 g.
Isager Alpaca 1, 100% alpaca, 400 m per 50 g.
Color A: Isager Spinn fv 39s (heathery peach): (200)200(200)250(250)250(300) g.
Color B: Isager Alpaca 1 fv Peach (heathery peach): (150)150(150)200(200)200(200) g.
Work the entire project with 1 thread of each quality.
Recommended needle and double pointed needle sizes.
3 and 3½ mm / US 2½ and 4.
1 marker color 1 = marker for start of rnd = M1.
3 markers color 2 = raglan markers = M2, M3 and M4.
24 sts and 30 rows in stockinette stitch or pattern on needle size 3½ / US 4 = 10 cm x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The sweater is worked in the round, from the bottom up. The sleeves are knitted from the wrong side. The sleeves are turned, sleeves and body are assembled, and hereafter continued in pattern for both front and back piece, while decreasing in raglan. At last, knit short rows back and forth over the shoulder and neck to make the sweater higher at the back and finish with a reversed edge that is sewn on.