Simple Slouchy Sweater - Knitted Cardigan Pattern for Confident Beginners | Yay For Yarn (June 2019).
The sweater sits loosely and looks at the same time elegant with its slightly wider shoulder neckline. The caps keep reliably warm with their ears. The wool comes from the collection "Iceland Magic" by Wolke Hegenbarth.
Gray sweater with cap
For this knitting instructions by Veronika Hug actually only a few homemade gloves are missing. Especially nice fit our cuddly mittens.
Size sweater: 36/38 (40/42) 44/46$config[ads_text] not found
The figures for the middle size are in brackets, for the largest size behind the brackets. If only one statement is made, then this applies to all sizes.
Size caps: 52 - 56 cm head circumference
Material: for the sweater 500 (550) 600 g and for each cap 150 g Gray color (color 80) "Collection Wolke Hegenbarth - Iceland Magic" (49% wool, 48% acrylic, LL = 55 m / 50 g) from PRO LANA and knitting needles, short circular needle and double pointed needles No. 8.
Smooth right in rows: Knit back row on left, back row on left stitch.
Smooth right in rounds: always knit right stitches.
Pattern of panels in rows: 1st row (= front row): consecutively knit 2 stitches on the left side; 2nd row (= back row): 1 stitch on the right, 1 piece in a row; 3rd row (= back row): consecutively knit 1 stitch and 1 turn left; 4th row: like the 2nd row; Always repeat the 3rd and 4th rows.
Aperture pattern in rounds: 1st round: continuously knit 2 stitches on the left side; 2nd round: 1 stitch on the left, 1 turn in the other; 3rd round: continuously knit 1 stitch and 1 turn left; 4th round: like the 2nd row; Always repeat the 3rd and 4th rounds.
Pattern: 1st row (= back row): consecutively knit 2 stitches on the left; 2nd row (= back row): 1 stitch on the right, 2 envelopes alternately; 3rd row (= front row): continuously knit 1 stitch and 1 turn left, dropping the second turn from the needle; 4th row (= back row): 1 stitch on the right, 1 cover; 5.-eighth Row: smooth right; The 1st-8th Repeat every row.
Straight stitch on the right: 10 stitches (M) and 16 rows = 10 x 10 cm
Back piece: Cast on 48 (52) 56 sts and knit 8 rows in the panel pattern between the edge stitches, then work smoothly to the right. After 25 (28) 31 cm from the stop, increase 1 stitch on each side for the cut batwing sleeves 10 times in each 2nd row and 1 x 16 sts on the sleeves for the second row. Knit over these 100 (104) 108 sts (2) 4 rows of smooth right and 24 rows in a fitted pattern. Then work 2 rows in the pattern, then bind off all stitches to the right.
Front: Knit the same way.
Completion: Close the shoulder seams leaving the middle 26 cm open as a boat neckline. Pick up 36 (38) 40 sts from each sleeve and knit 8 rows in overlay pattern, then bind off all sts. Close side and bottom sleeve seams.
Style: Cast on 70 sts, close to round and knit 5 rounds in overlay pattern. Then divide the sts as follows: the first 9 sts remain in the neck, the following 21 sts for the left earflap, the following 19 sts form the front and the remaining 21 sts the right earflap. Now knit over the earflaps with shortened rows: knit the middle 5 sts of the 21 sts, turn work and knit 6 sts left, knitting the 6 sts with the following sts on the row, work and knit 7 stitches, knitting 7 Knit the stitch together with the following sts from the row. After 14 rows are 13 M on the needle for the earflap. After both earflaps have been worked in this way, knit the following row over all sts, knit the sts of the row of irises crossed on the right and knit the last stitch of the earflap on both sides of the earflaps with the following st. Now, M is in progress as follows: 9 M for the neck, 13 M for the left earflap, 19 M for the front, and 13 M for the right earflap. Knit on these 54 sts for a total of 20 rounds on the right (or 6 rows of iris patterns and 14 rounds on the right) as desired. Then knit every 5th and 6th st on the right for the cap shape = 45 sts in the next round. In the following 2nd round knit every 4th and 5th st right = 36 sts. Then 3 x in each following 2nd round in the next round same rhythm decrease by 9 sts each. Firmly tighten and sew the remaining 9 sts with the work thread.
Completion: Make a pompon with a diameter of approx. 8 cm and sew into the center of the hat.
Realization / Design: Silvia Jäger and Veronika Hug