LANE_LOOP_SWEATER is a sweater designed in a loose silhouette with raglan sleeves, panels in rib stitch and a neat decrease sequence along the front and sleeves.
Lane_loop_sweater is knitted top down. First, the neckband is knitted, followed by short rows to form the neckline. Then, the yoke is knitted in the round with raglan increases, featuring panels in rib stitch on the sleeves. The body is worked in the round with both decreases and increases along the rib stitch panels, allowing the panels to move forward on the front. The bottom of the back features short rows to lengthen the back. The sleeves are worked in the round and concluded with a neat decrease sequence and ribbed hems.
The body is worked in the round with both decreases and increases along the rib stitch panels, allowing the panels to move forward on the front side.
XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL)
The sizes fit a bust circumference of 80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 (110-120) cm.
Bust circumference_ 107 (113) 118 (125) 130 (136) cm.
Length_ 54 (55) 56 (57) 58 (59) cm measured from under the neckband on the back.
The sweater has a positive ease of approx. 20-25 cm, meaning you should choose a size that is 20-25 cm larger than your bust circumference.
1 strand Pelsuld 8/2 (100% Danish pelt wool) from Sysleriget 100 g / 400 m or from Hjelholts Uldspinderi 100 g / 400 m
300 (300) 300 (400) 400 (400) g.
Held together with
1 strand Soft Silk Mohair (70% Mohair, 30% Silk) from Knitting for Olive 25 g / 225 m or 1 strand Silk Mohair (75% Kid Mohair, 25% Silk) from Isager 25 g / 212 m or Kid Seta (70% Super Kid Mohair 30% Silk) from Gepard 25 g / 210 m
125 (150) 150 (150-175) 175 (175) g.
(Pictured is Pelsuld 8/2 from Sysleriget in the colour way Gentle Mint held together with Soft Silk Mohair from Knitting for Olive in the colour way Dusty Artichoke).
Circular needles 4 mm (40, 60 and/or 80/100 cm), circular needles 3,5 mm (40 and/or 80/100 cm), double pointed needles 3,5 mm unless using the Magic Loop method.
20 sts x 28 rows in stockinette stitch on needles 4 mm = 10 x 10 cm after wash and blocking.
This pattern is in English.