Knitting pattern for Rosir, Icelandic sweater
Katrine loves old English roses, and when her daughter was born in 2000, she lived with her family in a house with over 100 different types of roses. The daughter was named Rose and this sweater is designed with Rose in mind. The sweater has an Icelandic-inspired design, which is why it has been named Rosir (meaning roses in Icelandic).
The pattern is a reinterpretation of roses and purl stitches in the pattern create an interesting three-dimensional structure.
The sweater is designed to be slightly oversized, with approx. 5 cm positive ease, so there is room for several layers underneath when you go out into nature. It is worked in the round from top to bottom.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Sizes:(XS) S (M) L (XL) 2XL (3XL)
Chest circumference:(99)106(112)124(132)137(148) cm
Length (center of the back): (53)54(55)56(57)58(59) cm
Sleeve length under sleeve: (46)46(46)46(45)44(43) cm
Materials:Our own Önling No 1 is a wonderful and good choice for Rosir. Önling No. 1 is 75% Superfine Merino, 25% Angora, 180 m pr. 50 g.
Gauge: 21 sts og 29 rows on needles size 4 mm = 10 x 10 cm.
NOTE!It is important that the gauge is the same in both stockinette stitch and pattern. Adjust if necessary with a half or full needle size when switching to multicolor knit to maintain the same gauge.