Lined Loop top is a classic striped rib stitch top that is great for everyday use. The top is worked from the top down in rib stitches.
Here we work it in
Önling No 15 yarn - our warm and soft merino wool for a great top you can wear all year - perfect to keep you warm under a blazer or shirt.
Please note: The images on this page are the designers own and NOT knitted in Önling's yarn
The kit contains: Yarn for the selected 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 Maja Kløvdal / Other Loops
You receive the pattern in English, German and French.
Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL).
Chest circumference: 76 (80) 88 (95) 101 (105) cm / 29.9 (31.5) 34.6 (37.4) 39.8 (41.3)
Length: 54 (55) 55 (57) 57 (58) cm / 21.3 (21.7) 21.7 (22.4) 22.4 (22.8) measured from the highest point on the shoulder.
The top has a negative ease of approx. 5-12 cm / 2-5.5 inches. Choose a size that has a finished chest measurement of approx. 5-12 cm / 2-5.5 inches less than your body measurement, depending on how tight a top you want.
Color 1: 150 (150) 250 (250) 250 (300) g Önling No 15, 100% Merino wool, ca. 175 m pr. 50 g
Color 2: 100 (100) 100 (100) 150 (150) g Önling No 15, 100% Merino wool, ca. 175 m pr. 50 g
Work with 1 strand throughout
Recommended needle size:
3 mm (US 3) circular needles (60 eller 80 cm)
2,5 mm (US 2) circular needles (40 cm)
26 sts x 38 rows of rib stitch (2 k, 1 p) on needle size 3 mm (US 3) = 10 x 10 cm after washing and blocking.
Procedure: Worked from the top-down, first, the shoulders are worked one at a time with increases for the neckline. The two front shoulder sections are joined to form the front section by casting on stitches between them. Then the front section is worked flat with increases towards the armhole.
The two back shoulders are worked one at a time with increases for the neckline, and then joined to form the back section. The back section is worked flat while increasing towards the armhole. The front and back sections are then joined and the body is worked in the round in rib and stripes.
Stitches for the neckband are picked up and worked in the round in rib, and finished with a tubular edge and bind-off. To finish, stitches are picked up around the armholes and finished with an i-cord edge.
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