This pattern is in Danish
The Turenne Sweater is a striped case filled with different structures and techniques inspired by a weekend trip to Paris. The sweater is knitted with a slight slope on the shoulder and the classic ribbed edge on the body and sleeves has been replaced with semi-patent. If the sweater is knitted in a solid color yarn without the stripes, the structure will stand out more clearly.
Sizes: a (b) c (d) e
Overall width: approx. 95 (105) 115 (125) 135 cm
Materials: 500 (550) 600 (650) 700 g of color A and 200 (200) 200 (250) 250 g of color B Peruvian Highland Wool from Filcolana (50 g=100 m)
Knitting density: 20 stitches x 35 needles=10 x 10 cm in pattern on needles 4.00 mm
Suggested needles: Circular needle 3.00 mm, 3.5 mm and 4.00 mm (all in 40 + 80 cm) and double pointed needles if you do not use magic loop for the sleeves
Techniques in this pattern: Picks, tucks, half patent, intarsia and Italian closure
Yarn alternatives: Double Sunday from Sandnes, Craft yarn or Grass yarn from Hjelholts Uldspinderi, Heavy Merino from Knitting for Olive, Jensen yarn from Isager or Alpaca wool from Sandnes
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