AuroraSweater ENGLISH
AuroraSweater ENGLISH
AuroraSweater ENGLISH
AuroraSweater ENGLISH
AuroraSweater ENGLISH
AuroraSweater ENGLISH

AuroraSweater ENGLISH

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Note: This is NOT a physical product but a knitting pattern – buying is at own risk! 

Sprog/language: engelsk/English (EU)

AuroraSweater is a beautiful feminine sweater with unique details such as a deep back and trumpet sleeves. All openings are finished with a beautiful i-cord edge. Can be knitted in both one and two threads if the knitting tension is kept.

Difficulty level: 2⭐️ out of 5⭐️ 

 

Needles: Circular needles 8 and 7 for I-cord (60, 80 or 100 cm – depending on growing number of stitches)

Knitting tension: One thread on needle 8 in stocking st: 10 x 10 cm = 15 sts x 20 rows after washing and drying

(Before washing: 16 sts x 21 rows)

 

Sizes

XS (S) M (L) XL

Chest circumference (widest place, measured on own body): 80-84 (85-90) 91-95 (96-100) 101-110 cm

Ease (negative): 5-10 cm, ie. 5-10 cm is drawn from your measurements on your own body, after which you choose the circumference below that fits these measurements.

Chest circumference: 76 (80) 84 (88) 92 cm

Shoulder width: 40 (40) 41 (41) 42 cm

Length of work: ca. 44 (44) 46 (48) 50 cm

The pattern is made so that the work must be washed after it is completed. However, if you are nervous that the work will change too much in size during washing, you can choose to go one size down for an even tighter fit.

My AuroraSweater in the picture above is knitted in a size small and my measurements are 90 cm over the chest and 76 cm around the waist.

 

Yarn

200 (200) 200 (200) 250 g Drops Baby Merino (50 g = 175 m) if the sweater is knitted in only one color. If you want to add another color to the edges, use an additional 50 g = 1 ball.

 

Washing instructions

Baby merino is superwash-treated yarn, which i.a. means that the yarn is very elastic, especially during washing. It is therefore important that the yarn is washed carefully so that the work does not stretch out of shape, watch, and follow this video (turn subtitles on and in the settings there’s a button which allows you to automatically translate my subtitles to your own language): https://youtu.be/bM8GcwObEW4