Damask sweater, knitting pattern
Knitting pattern for Damask sweater. The featherlight Isager Silk Mohair and Isager Alpaca 1 yarns, combined with a displaced half-fisherman’s rib pattern give a warm and soft sweater, that with it’s simple cut and sweet details already is missing in your wardrobe. The pattern is exciting to knit and resembles the finest damask woven piece - a structure that is both beautiful and exciting. It is longer at the back than the front and has edges in the lovely Silk Mohair.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
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Bust circumference: (84)90(96)102(108)116(124) cm / (33)35½(37¾)40⅙(42½)45½(48¾) inches.
Center back length: (63)64(65)66(67)68(69) cm / (24¾)25⅕(25½)26(26⅓)26¾(27⅕) inches.
Isager Alpaca 1, 100% Alpaca, 400 m pr. 50 g.
Isager Silk Mohair, 70% Mohair, 30% Silk, 208m pr. 25 g.
(Silk Mohair can be any of our 3 brands, our own Önling No 10, Brushed Lace from Mohair by Canard or Silk Mohair from Isager.)
Color A: Alpaca 1, color Sky (heathered blue/peach: (150)150(150)200(200)200(200) g.
Color B: Silk Mohair, color 60 (eggplant): (125)125(150)150(150)175(175) g.
Work through the entire project with one thread Alpaca 1 and one thread Silk Mohair together. Knit the edges with one thread Silk Mohair.
Guiding circular needles size 4½ mm / US 7.
2 stitch markers.
16 sts and 44 rows in pattern on needle size 4½ / US 7 = 10 cm x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The sweater is knitted back and forth, from wrist to wrist, sts are casted on for the body, split after the shoulder and gathered again after the neckline has been knitted. Continue over the other shoulder, complete the body and knit the other sleeve. Sleeve and side seams are sewn or knitted together and edges are knitted on at the bottom and the neck line. The sweater is worked in displaced half-fisherman’s rib throughout the entire project and all edges are knitted in stockinette st and are supposed to roll.