Knitting pattern for sweater with specks, a classic sweater design knitted in the extraordinary yarn, Önling No 5. We fell completely for this very special yarn. The yarn is made of cashmere, silk, alpaca and wool. Lots of flecks provide a wonderful play of colors. The yarn itself is so exciting and different that the design for this sweater should be very simple, so the yarn can appear at its best. And then just with some fun, delicate, surprising details.
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Bust circumference:(95)105(117)120(131)140(148) cm / (37½)41⅓(46)47⅕(51½)55(58¼) inches.
Center back length:(60)61(62)63(64)65(66) cm / (23½)24(24½)24¾(25⅕)25½(26) inches.
Sleeve length under arm:(46)45(43)42(39)38(37) cm / (18¼)17¾(17)16½(15⅓)15(14½) inches.
Önling No 5, 25% silk, 10% cashmere, 10% alpaca, 55% wool, 100 m per 50 g.
Color A: (350)400(400)450(450)500(550) g.
Recommended needle and double pointed needle sizes 5 and 6 / US 8 and 10.
1 stitch marker color A = marker mid back.
8 stitch markers color B = raglan markers.
3 meters / 118 inches accompanying cotton thread in a contrasting color.
14 sts and 21 rows in stockinette stitch on needle no. 6 / US 10 = 10 x 10 cm / 4 inches.
The sweater is worked in the round, from the top down. Cast on using a temporary crochet edge, so the size of the neckline can be adjusted subsequently. Short rows are worked across the shoulder and the neckline at the beginning to give a higher neckline. The yoke is worked with increases in raglan. Hereafter the work is divided and both sleeves and body are worked separately. Body is worked with short rows at the bottom, so the body is longer at the back than the front. The sleeves are worked in the round. Try on the sweater and then the temporary cast on edge is removed and a neckline is knitted on.