Melting Glacier by Dana Kikic Nemmert

Melting Glacier

Knitting
March 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1312 - 2406 yards (1200 - 2200 m)
XS, S, M, L, Xl, 2X, 3X (90-150)cm (36-60")
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The pink version was made to raise breast cancer awareness and is knitted in Kokon Bleue Pink Ribbon yarn.
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A spontaneous design full of beautiful stitches: japanese lace, icelandic fair isle, nupps and bobbles, I was just going with the flow and let this beautiful yarn from kokonbleu leading me along the way…

Melting Glacier Sweater is one of my so called “moody knits” - knits that appear similarly out of nowhere, I just cast on and knit according to my mood. Melting Glacier shows off my love for japanese stitches and combining different techiques in a single garment. This is what, in my opinion, handknitting is all about: creative abundance arising out of possibility to control every single stitch. I also believe that knitwear is about the drape - I learned this from the super talented Jolilocat, my “queen of drape”. This is why I introduce some biased construction in the body to make the body “swirl” . The right body seam is naturally pushed up and allows you to do that famous french tuck, but this construction is optional, depending on your mood :). Enjoy!

If you tend to knit tight in colorwork, please change to one size bigger needles for colorwork charts!

Finished circumference bust:
90cm (36”),
100cm (40”)
110cm (44”)
120cm (48”)
130cm (52”)
140cm (56”)
150cm (60”)

Calculation for short sleeves included

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