Angelina Sweater by Christelle Nihoul

Angelina Sweater

Knitting
January 2021
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1203 - 2061 yards (1100 - 1885 m)
1 [2, 3] [4, 5] [6, 7, 8]
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Shown in size 3 (43¼“ / 110 cm)

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Suggested yarn
Lang Yarns Angelina 150 m / 50 g (60% Silk, 40% Merino) 1100 (1153, 1208) (1329, 1437) (1669, 1727, 1885) m / 1202 (1261, 1321) (1454, 1572) (1825, 1889, 2062) yds or 8 (8, 9) (9, 10) (12, 12, 13) balls colorway 34

Notions
3.5 mm (US 4) 100 cm (40”) circ needle
3.75 mm (US 5) 100 cm (40”) circ needle
Set of 3.5 mm (US 4) DPNs for the cuffs and neckline or needles for your preferred method of small circumference knitting
Set of 3.75 mm (US 5) DPNs for the cuffs and neckline or needles for your preferred method of small circumference knitting
Tapestry needle
20 (21, 22) (23, 25) (26, 27, 29) Stitch markers if needed

Finished Chest Measurements
95 (102, 110) (116, 130) (136, 143, 155) cm
37½ (40¼ , 43¼) (45½, 51¼) (53½, 56¼, 61)“

Construction
This sweater is worked from the top down with the circular yoke method, starting with the neckband. Back, front and sleeves are worked together before separating the latter to work the body and finally finish the sleeves.
This sweater is designed to fit with positive ease (+15 - +20 cm/ 6 - 8”)

Skills level
2/5


Laine suggérée
Lang Yarns Angelina 150 m / 50 g (60% soie, 40% mérinos) 1100 (1153, 1208) (1329, 1437) (1669, 1727, 1885) m ou 8 (8, 9) (9, 10) (12, 12, 13) pelotes couleur 34

Matériel
1 aig. circ. 3,5 mm de 100 cm de long
1 aig. circ. 3,75 mm de 100 cm de long
5 aig. doubles pointes 3,5 mm pour les petites circonférences (ourlet ou col) si néc.
5 aig. doubles pointes 3,75 mm pour les petites circonférences (manches) si néc.
1 aig. à tapisserie
20 (21, 22) (23, 25) (26, 27, 29) marqueurs si néc.

Tailles
95 (102, 110) (116, 130) (136, 143, 155) cm

Construction
Ce pull est tricoté en une seule pièce avec la méthode circulaire en commençant par le col. Le dos, le devant et les manches sont tricotés ensemble avant de les séparer au niveau des aisselles pour travailler le corps et pour ensuite ajouter les manches.
Ce pull se porte avec une aisance positive de 15 à 20 cm.

Niveau
2/5