Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater
Coast Sweater

    Coast Sweater

    75,00 DKK
      DESCRIPTION

      Languages available:

      • 🇩🇰 Danish
      • 🇺🇸 English (US terms)

      Sizing

      1 (2, 3, 4, 5)(6, 7, 8, 9, 10) (corresponding to approx.: XS (S, M, L, XL)(2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL))

      Final measurements

      Half body width: 47 (52, 57, 62, 67)(72, 77, 82.5, 87.5, 92.5) cm {1’61/2” (1’81/2”, 1’101/2”, 2’3/8”, 2’23/8”)(2’43/8”, 2’63/8”, 2’81/2”, 2’101/2”, 3’3/8”)}.

      Length (shoulder to lower ribbing): 48 (50, 52, 54, 55)(57, 58, 60, 61, 62) cm {1’67/8” (1’75/8”, 1’81/2”, 1’91/4”, 1’95/8”)(1’101/2”, 1’107/8”, 1’115/8”, 2’, 2’3/8”)}.

      Please note that this is a relatively short sweater. You can make the body longer if you wnat to - just keep in mind that it will require extra yarn.

      The sweater is designed with 20 cm positive ease corresponding to a circumference of 74 (84, 94, 104, 114)(124, 134, 145, 155, 165) cm {2’51/8” (2’91/8”, 3’1”, 3’5”, 3’87/8”)(4’7/8”, 4’43/4”, 4’91/8”, 5’1”, 5’5”)} on the widest part of your body.

      Yarn

      Plötulopi (100 % wool) from Ístex (300 m pr. 100 g).
      The pictured sweater is made in Ivory Heather col. 1038.

      Yardage

      931 (996, 1101, 1212, 1358)(1471, 1586, 1705, 1834, 1903) meters corresponding to 

      311 (332, 367, 404, 453)(491, 529, 569, 612, 635) g of the recommended yarn.
      This does not include yarn for a gauge swatch.

      Crochet hook

      5 mm (US size: H/8, UK/Canada size 6) - or the hook size required to obtain the gauge below.

      Gauge

      16 sts x 17 rows = 10 x 10 cm (2.5” x 2.5”) in bl sc in the round.

      Note

      When you make multiple pattern repeats, like for the front part, it will have another gauge than the rest of the sweater. The pattern repeats are typically shorter and wider, which will affect the shape of the final piece. This is also reflected in the final measurements of the body width compared to the gauge. If you don’t like a sweater that is a bit shorter in the front, you can relatively easily pull the center front part a bit longer than usual when you block the final work.

      Construction

      The sweater is worked from the top down and in the round. This makes it easy for you to adjust the lengths of sleeves and the body for a perfect fit for you. The ribbing is then crocheted onto the sweater.

       

      This is a pattern and NOT a finished item or yarn. 

      ©Jeanette Bøgelund Bentzen - all rights reserved.

      The patterns are for private use only. They may not be photocopied, sold or distributed as a whole or in parts.
      Sale of products made from my patterns is also prohibited.

       

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