NORWEGIAN STYLE CROCHET SWEATER, A HEIRLOOM!
This crochet sweater is the adult version of the Fair Isle Cardigan for KIDS, inspired by the traditional, Norwegian stranded knitting-patterns.
Being Norwegian, I’ve learned to appreciate them as part of my cultural inheritance.
These sweaters were knitted in the wool’s natural shades. Fancy color combinations, like my red and white, have been used only the last 5 decennial or so.
The body is created as the traditional sweaters; Straight like a tube, no shaping.
Originally the sweaters are worked on the round, and steeked for open front. We’ll work it forth and back, no steeking!
Note that the pattern on the sweater is not stranded (Worked with 2 strands on the same row)!
It’s a simple 2-row pattern-repeat. In addition to some sc-stripes.
Once you’ve got the hang of the pattern, the sweater
works up real fast; In no-time, compared to a knitted
sweater with stranded pattern!
If you wonder how the pattern would look in other color combinations, see the Sweater Clog-Slippers HERE
Note that I’ve designed SOCKS in this same pattern, Norwegian tall Socks.
Measure for body-width across sweater placed flat down:
Small: 55 cm (21.5 in)
Medium: 57 cm (22.5 in)
Large: 60 cm (23.5 in)
Extra Large: 65 cm (25.5 in)
Light 3, wool, or any yarn suitable for the project, obtaining the gauge in instruction, even cotton is good!
Size S: 600 gr (21 oz) - Size M: 650 gr (23 oz)
Size L: 750 gr (26.5 oz) - Size XL: 850 gr (30 oz).
About 50/50 for the two colors.
European metric 4,5 mm (US 7)
Ribbing: 3,5 mm (US E/4)
Or any hook size to obtain gauge in instruction.
17 pages Pdf-pattern
Lots of detail-pics and tutorials
Detailed Measure-Diagram for all sizes
USA - American Crochet Terms.
Conversion charts for BE Hooks and Terms.
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