by Astrid Troland
Sweater No. 4 is blending of blues with a sharp red, it's reminiscent of Astrid's dad's boat, a little wooden boat, that would take them sailing on the danish sea and dark waves, all the way to the strong sunset slowly fading into the night.
Worked in pieces and then seamed. No. 4 Sweater starts with a provisional cast-on.
The sample is knit in Le Petit Lambswool
Size: small / medium / large
Measurements: chest - 47cm (52cm, 57cm)
Yarn: Biches & Bûches Le Petit Lambswool (248m / 50g)
MC - grey beige (200/200/250g), CC2 - dark grey (100/100/100g), CC3 - turquoise (50/50/50g), CC4 - medium blue (50/50/50g), CC5 - dark red (50/50/50g)
Suggested Needle Size: 2.5 mm / US1.5, 3 mm / US2.5 and optional for the 3-needle bind off on the shoulders 3.5 mm /US4
Pattern Form format: printed knitting pattern
how to determine your size: you can take your favourite knitted sweater, worked in a yarn similar to the one you are considering, and measure its dimensions. It may not have the exact same shape, but it will give you an idea of the size to choose! A sweater in thin wool is often designed a little loose, so it is best to choose a slightly larger than the smaller size, and the biches & bûches designs are actually not intended to be worn tight.