Matterhorn Sweater - Addi Express by Jimenez Joseph

Matterhorn Sweater - Addi Express

Machine Knitting
August 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 19 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 10 - 6.0 mm
6.0 mm (J)
1000 - 1150 yards (914 - 1052 m)
One size - To fit: 34" to 42"
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Matterhorn - A wide scoop neck pullover with drop shoulders and an oversized fit. The Front, Back and Sleeves are made using the Addi Express Kingsize circular knitting machine (46-pin) or similar, along with a small amount of hand knitting.

The ribbing trims and neckline shaping is created using regular hand knitting on a circular needle. A quick project (in terms of “how much quicker could you hand-knit an entire pullover?” ☺).

OPTIONAL: The vertical ridge detail is formed using a line of simple crochet.

Sizing & Fitting
One size - to fit sizes: S: 34” (86cm) / M: 38” (96.5cm) / L: 42” (106.5cm).

Finished bust measurement (unblocked): 43” (109.5cm)

Addi Express Kingsize (46 pin); 6mm (US 10) (or size required to get gauge) Circular Needles of 80cm (32”) or longer; 1 spare needle of same size for a 3-Needle Bind Off; 5mm (US 8) (or size required to get gauge) Circular Needles of 80cm (32”) or longer; 6mm (or similar size) Crochet Hook (optional); up to 4 removable stitch markers; about 25g of scrap yarn for casting on/off machine; measuring tape and yarn needle for seaming up and for weaving in ends.

Gauge in Stockinette stitch: 15 sts by 19 rows over 4” (10cm) square (unblocked) on larger sized needles. Cuff gauge in Ribbing: 26 sts by 24 rows on smaller sized needles.

All stitches are worked in Stockinette (K on RS, P on WS) or in 1x1 ribbing (K1, P1), Knowledge of the following techniques is required: mattress stitch seaming, 3-needle bind-off, working in the round, picking up & knitting (PUK) and Addi machine knitting.

Useful Technique Video Tutorials
Seaming (mattress stitch):
3-needle bind-off:
Working in the round:
Picking up and knitting:
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