Petra Brioche sweater by Katrine Hannibal at Önling

Petra Brioche sweater

February 2020
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Lace
= DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1148 - 1422 yards (1050 - 1300 m)
XS - 3XL
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Petra brioche sweater
This model is a delicious, classic, no-frills brioche sweater. It can be worn throughout both fall and winter and is completely uncomplicated. You can go wild with the colors, as the sweater is worked with two different yarn qualities, or make a more subdued version if you so prefer. The most difficult problem is to choose how many different color versions you want to make! The design is fairly tight with a positive ease of approx. 2-5 cm / 1-2 inches. You can go up a size or two if you want an oversize sweater.


A: Chest circumference: (88)94(100)106(112)120(128) cm / (34.6)37(39.4)41.7(44.1)47.2(50.4) inches

B: Length: (53)54(55)56(57)58(59) cm / (20.9)21.3(21.7)2 2(22.4)22.8(23.2) inches

C: Armhole length: (21)22(23)24(25)26(27) cm /
(8.3)8.7(9.1)9.4(9.8)10.2(10.6) inches

D: Sleeve length from cuff to underarm, full-length sleeves: (45)45(44)44(43)43(43) cm / (17.7)17.7(17.3)17.3(1 6.9)16.9(16.9) inches

14 sts and 44 rows in brioche stitch pattern on needles 4½ (US 7) = 10x10 cm / 4x4 inches

Materials long sleeves
(120)130(140)150(160)170(180) g / 2 cones
Önling No 12, 55% wool, 45% cotton, 750 m per 105g

(125)125(125)150(150)150(150) g
Brushed Lace silk mohair by Mohair by Canard, 72% Kid Mohair, 28% Mulberry silk, 210 m per 25 g OR Önling No 10, 70% mohair, 30% silk, 210 m per 25 g

The sweater is worked all the way through with one strand of No 12 and one strand of silk mohair held together.

Color A: No 12, Beige Melange No 32

Color B: Silk mohair, Brushed Lace color Rosa 3038

Recommended circular needles and double-pointed needles sizes 4 and 4½ (US 6 and 7).

The sweater is worked from the top down with raglan increases. First, the neck is formed by working back and forth. Then the piece is gathered and worked in the round in brioche stitch. The piece is then divided into body and sleeves, which are worked and finished separately.