Late Summer Wrap - English
Late Summer Wrap is worked back and forth in stockinette stitch from the top down. You start with Provisional cast-on for the back neckband and afterwards, pick up additional stitches and shape the saddle shoulders, sleeve cap and fronts. Work is divided at underarms, and sleeve stitches placed on hold to be worked after the body has been completed. Body is continued back and forth with additional front shaping and then finished with a sideways bottom band, attached ties and an opening in one side for one of the ties. Sleeves are worked top down in the round in stockinette stitch and finished with a folded edge. The length of the ties, body and sleeves can easily be adjusted.
Unicef Sweater is inspired by, and made and designed for all the children of the world.
The total sales of this pattern will be donated to Unicef and their work for children around the world.
Unicef Sweater is worked seamlessly top down in the round. Unicef Sweater has a circular yoke construction, and a Fair Isle pattern of children holding hands around the yoke.
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Dot Sweater - Adult
With a fun and easy-to-knit Fair Isle dot-pattern and using 1 strand of Merino and 1 strand of Soft Silk Mohair held together throughout, Dot Sweater is the perfect project for playing with different color combinations and for using up some of your smaller amounts of leftover yarn.
If you would like to make the sweater with slim sleeves, you'll find instructions on how to do so here
Available in sizes from XS - 4XL
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All of our yarns consist of 100 % natural fibers. Our yarns are produced with respect for animals and our environment. The merino wool comes from an organic farm in Patagonia where mulesing is not allowed, and is then made into yarn in Italy following ethical and environmental guidelines to create a yarn free from harmful chemicals.
Our Mohair comes from goats raised in South Africa according to humane standards. We categorically reject any mistreatment of animals in the mohair industry or elsewhere.
We believe in high-quality yarn made of pure natural fibres, and do our very best to create such yarn in a beautiful, carefully selected, range of colours.