Knitting pattern for Anouska, an oversize, knitted jacket with a kimono-inspired fit and colored stripes. Perfect for cuddling up for an evening in. A garment that you will simply want to move into because it is so soft, cozy, and comfy. It is worked in Isager Highland, Alpaca 2 and Alpaca 1 for lush, lovely warmth and features understated stripes in double moss stitch on the fronts and in stockinette stitch on the back for textural interest.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Bust circumference:(117)132(141)155 cm / (46)52(55½)61 inches.
Center back length:(85)88(91)94 cm / (33½)34¾(35¾)37 inches.
Underarm sleeve length:(47)43(41)38 cm / (18½)17(16¼)15 inches.
Please note: The jacket will grow 5-8 cm / 2-3 inches in length when worn. Allow for this when planning individual adjustments to the length.
Isager Highland Wool, 100 % wool, 275 meters/50 g Col Sand: (300)300(350)350 g.
Isager Alpaca 1, 100 % alpaca, 400 meters/50 g Col 3s: (200)200(250)250 g.
Isager Alpaca 2, 50 % alpaca & 50 % wool, 275 meters/50 g
Col E3s: (300)300(350)350 g.
Col 3: 100 g.
Col 61: 100 g.
Col 16: 100 g.
Color A: Isager Highland col Sand, Isager Alpaca 1 col 3s and Isager Alpaca 2 col E3s. Work with 1 strand of each yarn held together.
Color B: Isager Highland col Sand, Isager Alpaca 1 col 3s and Isager Alpaca 2 col 3. Work with 1 strand of each yarn held together.
Color C: Isager Highland col Sand, Isager Alpaca 1 col 3s and Isager Alpaca 2 col 61. Work with 1 strand of each yarn held together.
Color D: Isager Highland col Sand, Isager Alpaca 1 col 3s and Isager Alpaca 2 col 16. Work with 1 strand of each yarn held together.
Recommended needle size: 5 and 6 mm / US 8 and 10 circular and double pointed needles.
Ca. 2 meters / 2.25 yards of scrap yarn for marking the pockets.
2 stitch markers.
17 sts and 24 rows in stockinette stitch on 6 mm /US 10 needles = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The jacket is worked from the bottom up, back and forth. Fronts and back are worked in one piece to the armholes. The work is then divided and the back and fronts are finished separately. The sleeves are also worked bottom up, back and forth. The fronts are worked in double moss stitch while the back and the sleeves are worked in stockinette stitch.