Chill sweater by Monica Jakobsen Lunderøy

Chill sweater

Knitting
April 2020
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
Lace
+ DK
= Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
14 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1850 yards (1692 m)
Onesize
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Chill Sweater is knitted from top to bottom in stockinette stitches. First you knit the back, and then pick up stitches for the neck. Knit back and forth with increases in each side. On the shoulders pick up stitches and knit the front pieces separately before gathering together in front. After 30cm, the back and front piece meet and form the body, which is knitted around on a long round needle. When the body is done, you pick up stitches for sleeves, which are knitted around on a short circular needle. Finally, stitches are picked up in the neck opening to knit a rib neck edge.

Chill sweater is a soft and airy sweater with an oversize look. The combination of cotton and mohair makes it fall nicely over both jeans, dresses and skirts. The inspiration behind this sweater came from my own wardrobe where a similar sweater has become a go-to garment, but as it has worn out, I have not found a similar one. I hope you like the sweater and that it becomes a go-to garment in your wardrobe <3