Oslo - Paris by Julie Knits in Paris

Oslo - Paris

Knitting
August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
875 - 941 yards (800 - 860 m)
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ENGLISH pattern update: December 2021.

Oslo-Paris is a poncho that features both French and Norwegian garment traits and brings both cultures together in a casual-chic piece.
Norne Yarn indie dyer Tuva Hoen and her friends Lotte and Ebba were the most delightful guides when I came to the Oslo Knitting Festival in 2017. They took me to the Viking Museum so I could see the Gokstad drakkar in real life, since it had been my inspiration to design a shawl for the festival. And they took me to the Folk Museum where they shared their extensive knowledge of traditional Norwegian costumes. Tuva even showed me her own “bunad”, which she wore on her wedding day.
This is why the Oslo-Paris poncho features a silver-brooch shaped brioche pattern: it is my tribute to Norwegian traditions and gorgeous costumes. As to the French touch, well, what could be more French than a striped jersey top?
Oslo-Paris is worked in the round from the top down and includes short-row shaping so that the front of the garment is shorter than the back, for both stylish and practical purposes.
This pattern was first published in the Oslo Strikke Festival 2017 magazine.

YARN
MC: Norne Yarn Singles, 65% superwash merino 20% silk 15% yak, 120g / 480m: 1 skein
CC: Norne Yarn Lace – Kid Silk, 72% kid mohair 28% silk, 50g / 420m: 1 skein
Samples shown in
Thor’s Wrath (dark blue on the Merino/Silk/Yak base) and Skadi (light blue on the Mohair/Silk base)
Hagbard and the King’s daughter (same pink colourway on both bases)

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
3.75mm / US 5 circular needles or needles required to obtain gauge
3.25 mm / US 3 circular needles or DPNs
tapestry needle, markers, 1 locking stitch marker or a cable needle

GAUGE
22 stitches x 28 rows / rounds = 10 cm / 4” in striped stocking stitch on larger needles after blocking

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
One size only. Slight variations in gauge / needle size can allow you to create a more fitted or a looser poncho.
Front length: 32 cm / 12 ½’’
Back length: 57 cm / 22 ½’’
Neckline circumference: 65 cm / 25 ½’’
Brioche lace panel length: 20 cm / 8’’ + 2 cm / ¾’’ border

Oslo-Paris est un modèle de poncho qui emprunte à la fois aux traditions vestimentaires norvégiennes et françaises, et rassemble ces deux cultures dans une pièce à la fois chic et décontractée. Les rayures de la marinière à la Française côtoient un motif de broche en argent, identique à celles que portent les Norvégiennes sur leur Bunad les jours de fête.
Oslo-Paris se tricote en rond de l’encolure vers le bas, en jersey et point brioche bicolore. Le devant descend jusqu’au creux des bras pour une totale liberté de mouvement tandis que le dos du travail couvre confortablement les reins.

Ce patron a été publié pour la première fois dans le magazine du Oslo Strikke Festival 2017.

FOURNITURES
CP : Norne Yarn Singles – Merino/Silk/Yak (65% mérinos, 20% soie, 15% yak, 120g/480m) : 1 écheveau
CC : Norne Yarn Lace – Kid Silk (72% kid mohair, 28% soie, 50g/420m) : 1 écheveau

Coloris présentés : Thor’s Wrath (bleu foncé), Skadi (bleu clair) and Hagbard and the King’s daughter (rose)

Aiguilles circulaires 3.75mm / US size 5 ou la taille nécessaire pour obtenir l’échantillon.
Marqueurs, une aiguille intermédiaire ou un marqueur-épingle, une aiguille à coudre la laine.

DIMENSIONS
32 cm from de l’encolure à la bordure du bas devant, 57 cm dans le dos
encolure : 65 cm de circonférence
motif de brioche-dentelle : 20 cm de haut

Taille unique. Il est possible de faire varier légérement les dimensions du poncho en choisissant une taille d’aiguilles inférieure ou supérieure pour obtenir un échantillon différent.
ECHANTILLON
22 mailles x 28 rangs = 10cm / 4” en jersey rayé sur les aiguilles 3.75mm après blocage.