Lina Sweater by Sys Fredens

Lina Sweater

Knitting
yarn held together
Lace
+ Lace
= DK (11 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
US 13 - 9.0 mm
2559 yards (2340 m)
S (M) L
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Here you have the possibility of spoiling yourself with a feathery, oversize sweater in Kid Silk.

The Lina sweater is knitted with 4 threads of Kid Silk in different colors which give it a completely amazing color play. It also means that the sweater looks different whether you see it from afar or up close.

Lina can be used over a long sleeved blouse in the Winter and as a lightweight pullover sweater in the Summer.

It is a sure hit for the wardrobe year after year!

Materials:

  • 32” Circular Needle US 13 (9 mm)
  • DPNs US 13 (9 mm)
  • 3 skeins of 25 g Kid Silk in each color: 10, 13, 16 and 38

Sizes:
S (M) L

Measurements:
Width 21 1⁄2 (23 1⁄2) 25 1⁄2 in
Length 19 1⁄4 (19 1⁄2) 20 in

Gauge:
Holding 4 strands together
12 sts = 4”
16 rnds = 4”

Pattern information:
This is knit with 1 strand of Kid Silk in each color = 4 strands held together. The sweater is worked from the bottom up. It is divided at the armhold and knit for the yoke.
The shoulders are sewn together. At the end you will pick up sts for the arms- which are knit from the top down.

Abbreviations:
M1: ​From the front, lift loop between stitches with left needle, knit into back of loop.
W&T: ​Wrap and turn in German short
rows technique.