Knitting kit for Esther sweater in Önling No 20 + silk mohair
Esther is a basic raglan sweater with a beautiful structured pattern in offset rib. The sweater has a really good fit, which will hopefully mean that you will just love wearing this sweater. Fit is absolutely crucial for whether we are happy with our clothing or not, and therefore it's part of a creating a sustainable wardrobe.
Here we work Esther in our rustic Shetland wool together with silk mohair, and the result is a warm, soft and rustic sweater that is very versatile in use.
This kit contains: Yarn for the elected size and a digital pattern
The pattern is a PDF file. Immediately after purchase you will be able to download the pattern directly from the purchase confirmation page. You will also receive an e-mail with a link to your pattern, and the pattern will be available here at the site via your personal account - so remember to create an account :-) Read more about digital knitting patterns here.
Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Chest circumference: (98)104(111)116(124)131(138)147(153)162 cm / approx. (38.5)41(43.75)45.5(48.75)51.5(54.25)57.75(60.25)63.75 inches.
Length: (56)57(58)59(60)61(62)63(64)65 cm / approx. (22)22.5(22.75)23.25(23.5)24(24.5)24.75(25.25)25.5 inches
Sleeve length under sleeve: (46)46(46)46(46)43(42)41(41)39 cm / approx. (18)18(18)18(18)17(16.5)16.25(16.25)15.5 inches
Önling No. 20, 100 % Shetland wool, 225 m pr. 50 g.
Col A (300)350(350)400(400)450(500)550(600) 600 g
Önling No. 10, 70% mohair, 30% silk, 210 m pr. 25 g.
Col B: (175)175(200)200(225)250(250)275(300)300 g
Hold 2 strands together throughout the work
Recommended needles: Circular needles no. 4 and 5
Gauge: 18 sts and 26 rows in pattern on needle no. 5 = 10 x 10
Procedure: The sweater is worked in the round, from the top down. Stitches are cast on using the provisional, crochet cast-on method to allow adjusting the size of the neck opening after finishing the sweater. Short rows are worked over shoulders and back of the neck to make the back of the neck higher. The yoke is worked with raglan increases, and the yoke stitches are then separated into sleeves and body, which are finished separately. The sleeves are worked in the round. After trying on the sweater for size, the provisional cast-on is unraveled, and the neck hem worked.
The price of the yarn kit is calculated based on the amount of yarn included, which is the amount we have used to knit the design according to the above measurements. Should you need more yarn, additional yarn can be purchased at regular prices by placing an order and state lot number in the comment box at checkout. All designs have been thoroughly calculated and tested.