Chamerion Sweater by Anja HS Hansen

Chamerion Sweater

Knitting
November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
US 2 - 2.75 mm
1969 - 2187 yards (1800 - 2000 m)
S (M) L (XL) XXL
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The sweater is worked in the round from the top down. Neck edge and yoke are worked first, then the work is split into sleeves and body, which are then finished separately. The sweater is worked with stranded color work on the yoke, on the wrists and the bottom of the body. The stranded color work is knit mostly using 2 colors at the same time, there are 12 rounds with 3 colors worked at the same time.

Materials:
Fingering/4ply (14 wpi) 50 gr = 175m.
MC: 400 grams/1400meters/1533 yards.
CC1: 15 grams/53 meters/58 yards
CC2: 30 grams/105 meters/115 yards
CC3: 25 grams/88 meters/96 yards
CC4: 25 grams/88 meters/96 yards
CC5: 30 grams/105 meters/115 yards
CC6: 30 grams/105 meters/115 yards

Tools:
Circular 2.75 mm/ (US 2), 60 cm (24”).
Circular 2.75 mm/ (US 2), 80 cm (32”).
Circular 2.75 mm/ (US 2), 40 cm (16”).
5 DPNs 2.75 mm/ (US 2).

1 stitch marker.
Stitch holder or waste yarn
(Circular 3.25 mm/ (US 3) if needed to optain gauge for stranded colorwork)

Difficulty: Intermediate

Techniques:
Knit, purl, increase, decrease, cable, color work with 2 colors, 12 rows with 3 colors.