Knitting pattern for Easy Peasy Summer t-shirt by Katrine Hannibal for Önling
Easy Peasy is Önling's new collection of knitted basics, in classic, Nordic design, with simple patterns written in a beginner-friendly language, without abbreviations.
See our how-to video on how to work the cables in connection with the raglan sleeves here
This basic summer T-shirt with pretty details in both rib hems and raglan seams, you can use all summer. We have knitted ours in light summer yarn, but you may alsouse wool yarns and use it all year round. The fit is ’oversize, i.e., with a positive ease of 10-15 cm / 4-6 inches, the body is rather short with standard armhole height and wide, short or long, sleeves finished with a rib hem. The length of both body and sleeves may easily be adjusted to design your very own version of the T-shirt. This version is knitted in our sustainable, GOTS-certified Önling No 14 yarn, a delicious mixture of cotton and linen, or our Everyday Kit.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling
Bust circumference: 93(98)105(115)122(131)138 cm
Length: 53(54)55(56)57(58)59 cm
Armhole sleeve: 19(20)21(22)25(27)29 cm
Sleeve length under sleeve with short sleeves: 4(4)4(4)4(4)4 cm
3 mm, 80 cm and 40 cm length
3,5 mm, 80 cm and 40 cm length
Gauge: 22 sts and 32 rows in stockinette stitch on ndl 3,5 mm = 10 x 10 cm
No 14 kit
300(300)350(350)400(450)450 g Önling No 14, 78% GOTS certified organic cotton and 22% linen, 50 g = 125 m
Worked with one strand throughout
100(115)130(150)160(170)185 g Önling No 14, 78% GOTS certified organic cotton and 22% linen, 50 g = 125 m
35(40)45(45)50(60)65 g Önling No 13, 95% first-cut lambswool and 5% Cashmere, 1600 m = approx. 80 g
Worked with one strand of each quality throughout