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Lore's Lila
Pygmalion by Hanne Falkenberg
Machine Knitting
Mother-in-Law
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Tools and equipment
standard gauge machine
Yarn
SuperGarne Classico
1989 meters, 663 grams 13.26 skeins = 2175.2 yards (1989.0m)
SuperGarne
August 2011
SuperGarne Classico
510 meters, 170 grams 3.4 skeins = 557.7 yards (510.0m)
www.supergarne.com
August 2011
SuperGarne Classico
510 meters, 170 grams 3.4 skeins = 557.7 yards (510.0m)
Supergarne
August 2011
Notes

Deutsch im Stricktagebuch vom 4. Nov. 2012
Machines can only achieve a limited width of the knitted parts so I had to experiment with several patterns to get the correct size of the cardigan. Tuck-stitch seemed to be the matching technique. I made some tests with standard punchcards coming with the machine and some punchcards I punched myself.

Result was: the more stitches are tucked the wider and fluffier the fabric gets. And the more rows had to be knitted.
For I didn’t want a too fleecy result I had choosen a pattern from Regine Faust, a famous knitwear and knitting-machine designer.

The Pygmalion pattern of Hanne Falkenberg was only an orientation for my design, I don’t own the original pattern neither ever saw it, but have a machine adaption with pattern drawings including measurements which I couldn’t use. So all was calculation based on the swatch.
I made narrower sleeves as given in the pattern.
The combined collar-pocket-parts really look nice even from the private side of the cardigan.

Tuck-stitch-fabric is awfully curling on each side so a handknitted rim in some garter rows with a rolling edge was attached.

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October 2012
November 1 2012
 
About this pattern
Pygmalion
by Hanne Falkenberg
from Hanne Falkenberg Design
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About this yarn
Classico
by SuperGarne
Fingering / 4 ply
75% Wool, 25% Polyester
164 yards / 50 grams
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  • Project created: November 1, 2012
  • Finished: November 1, 2012
  • Updated: November 4, 2012