Knitting pattern for Dervish sweater, a delicate sweater in Isager's Tvinni and Highland wool, with a simple stripe pattern in beautiful colors. The balloon sleeves are a funny detail, which can be omitted if you prefer to knit ordinary straight sleeves. It is fun to knit, you constantly want to knit one more stripe... It is light and pleasant to wear, both summer and winter. Nice to wear with both jeans or a pair of black classic trousers.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
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Bust 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.
Ærmelængde under armen: (49)48(47)45(44)43(42) cm / (19⅓)19(18½)17¾(17¼)17(16½) inches.
Isager Highland Wool, 100% wool, 275 mtr per 50 g.
Isager Tvinni, 100% merinould, 255 m pr. 50 g.
Color A: Highland wool, color Charcoal (charcoal grey): (150)200(200)250(250)300(350) g.
Color B: Tvinni color 35s, (curry yellow): 50 g.
Color C: Tvinni color 22s, (dark curry yellow): 50 g.
Color D: Tvinni color 52s, (light plum): 50 g.
Color E: Tvinni color 60s, (dark plum): 50 g.
Recommended needle and double pointed needle sizes 2½ and 3 / US 1½ and 2½.
2 stitch markers.
26 sts and 36 rows in stockinette st on needle size 3 / US 2½ = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The sweater is knitted in the round with stripes from the bottom up. At the armhole the work is divided and back and front piece are knitted separately. Knit stripes on the body, back and front pieces until some point after the armhole, then rib pattern in the main color. The sleeves are knitted in the round, from the bottom up, and sewn into the sweater at the end. The sleeves are knitted either with the balloon effect at the wrists or straight up, then stitches are bound off for the sleeve cap and are also knitted with a solid color rib pattern at the top. The shoulders are knitted together and the sleeves are sewn in at the end, then stitches are picked up in the neckline and knitted in rib.