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Instructions for the vagabond cardigan
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Hobo vest for women and men.
When a teenage boy asks his mother to knit a slipover, the signs are clear. This all-time classic has made a comeback. Cardigans are in fashion again! The stroller was designed by Ateljee Piia Maria in collaboration with Ruukki Kehräämö.
The hobo is a nice little knitting project that can be completed in a few evenings. Instead, you will enjoy the warmth of the vest for an evening, if only for another. This multi-purpose garment will certainly not stay in the closet to gather dust, but will go on Kulkur's journey towards new adventures.
The hobo vest is knitted with circular needles up to the arms. In the upper part, the front and back pieces are knitted separately as a layer. The vest can also be knitted as a two-color brioche, as in the boy's slipover. Both implementation methods are taken into account in the instructions.
The instructions have 5 sizes (XS-XL). The smallest size XS corresponds to a woman's size 34 and is also suitable for a child about 150 cm tall.
Ruukkin Kehräämön 100% Alpaca, 300-340 m / 100 g or
Ruukkin Kehräämö Alpaca/Wild silk 300-340 m / 100 g or
Ruukkin Kehräämön Angora/Alpaca/Wild silk 300-340 m /100 g.
The adult model is knitted from off-white 100% Alpaca. A child
the model piece is knitted in brioche in two colors.
When knitted as a single color patent knit: 200-200-300-300-300 g
Knitted as two-color brioche:
Color 1: 100-200-200-200-200 g
Color 2: 100-100-100-200-200 g
Needles: 5 mm (length 80 cm) and 4.5 mm (length 80 cm and 60 cm)
or by handwriting.
The instructions are delivered to you as a downloadable print version. You can buy printed instructions in the shop.
You can find more information about knitting brioche From Piia-Maria's blog.
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