Knitting pattern for Ingeborg - the ultimate soft and cozy knitted sweater, easy to love and easy to knit! Ingeborg is knitted at large needles using the softest and most delicate yarn we could find, Önling No 1 and Cusi alpaca.
It is time to make use of your larger needles for this lovely knit design. For the ultimate ‘hygge’-sweater, we have combined our soft Önling No. 1, with the delicate and warm Cusi Alpaca, which together with the accompanying thread gives a heavenly handful of warmth and delicateness - and it’s not difficult to knit at all! To give the final touch and detail, we have added a little zipper-bling at the bottom of the sides. Ingeborg is designed to be oversize and snuggly, lovely and beautiful. We recommend knitting the size you normally use for a snugly sweater, or choose a smaller smaller, if you want a tighter fit. It’s time to meet our (and most likely also your) new favorite sweater, Ingeborg, named after the world’s cutest knitter, Mrs. Ingeborg H.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Chest: (95)105(117)120(131)140(148) cm / (37½)41⅓(46)47⅕(51½)55(58¼) inches.
Length mid back: (60)61(62)63(64)65(66) cm / (23½)24(24½)24¼(25⅕)25½(26) inches.
Sleeve length under arm: (46)45(43)42(39)38(37) cm /
Önling No 1, 75% Merino Superfine Super 100’s wool, 25% angora, 180 m per 50 g.
Lamana Cusi Alpaca, 100% Alpaca, 225 m per 50 g.
Venne Accompanying thread: 100% cotton, 850 m pr. 50 g.
Color A: Önling No. 1, (250)250(250)300(300)350(350) g.
Color B: Cusi (200)200(200)250(250)250(250) g.
Color C: Venne (50)50(50)100(100)100(100) g.
Knit through the entire project with one strand of each color A, B and C together.
Circular needle and double pointed needles size 7 mm.
2 pcs 6 cm / 2 1⁄3 inches zippers.
1 marker color A = marker for the front piece
2 markers color B = side markers
8 stitch markers color C = raglan markers
3 meters accompanying cotton thread in a contrasting color
13 sts and 19 rows in stockinette st on needle size no. 7 = 10 cm x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
The sweater is knitted in the round, from the bottom up. Body and sleeves are knitted separately up to the armhole. The body has rib and slits at the bottom, and the sleeves have rib at the cuffs as well. Body and sleeves are gathered and knitted in the round, with decreases that form a nice raglan. Knit pattern over the sleeves stitches on the shoulders, stockinette over the remainings stitches and a bit of short rows in the end, so that the sweater gets a good fit around the neckline. Ended with a rib edge at the neckline.