pdf Pattern for The Hope Sweater by Elizabeth Lovick
copyright Elizabeth Lovick 2006
The motifs from this sweater are taken from a Robe of Glory , the blanket that was given to the first child in some Orkney households. The pattern runs to 13 sides, with plenty of helpful notes. It is suitable as a first Fair Isle sweater.
Things you need to know need to make the sweater
Size S M L XL
chest 36 43 50 57 ins
depth of yoke
8.5 8.5 9.5 9.5 ins
15.5 15.5 16.5 16.5 ins
length 24 24 26 26 ins
sleeve 16 16 17 18 ins
length adjustable in about 3.5 ins increments (see notes in pattern)
sleeve adjustable in 2 ins increments (see notes in pattern)
North Ronaldsay fine yarn or other 4 ply, US fingering weight, yarn in the following colours:
Size S M L XL
Main colour brown
250 300 350 380 g
Colour A blonde
120 140 165 180 g
Colour B light grey
35 35 40 45 g
Colour C mid grey
15 15 15 15 g
Colour D white
10 10 10 10 g
3.25 mm, US 3 and 3.75 mm, US 5 circular needles 24 ins for the body and 36 ins or 40 ins for the sleeves using the magic loop method, or dpns to suit
pair 3.75 mm, US 5, needles
6 stitch holders or lengths of yarn, other lengths of yarn for holding stitches
3 stitch markers
28 sts and 28 rows to 4 ins over pattern on 3.75 mm needles.
The Small Print!
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