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The Top-Down Icelandic Sweater taught by Ragga Eiríksdóttir

Designer Ragga Eiríksdóttir teaches you how to knit a fun, authentic Icelandic sweater from the top down and in the round.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Classic
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What materials did you use? Lite-Lopi 9418 blue and 0051 cream

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What are you most proud of? It is finished, and it fits!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it! This is an interesting and fun project.

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When you mention that you worked in Rows NOT rounds, do you mean that you DID NOT steek? I would to prefer to not knit in rounds.

01/03/2013 Flag

Yes, I did not steek. There are not many patterning rows and patterning is symmetrical, so it is easy to work it back and forth.

01/03/2013 Flag

Several comments mention your advice on how to eliminate puckering but I don't see it. Please post again. I can use the advice. Thanks

01/22/2013 Flag

I like your ribbon selection with the colors you selected for the sweater.

03/01/2013 Flag

I love your results, this and the gray Maren, and wonder if you could share anything specific or detailed about how you achieved the wider, lower neck and what alterations you needed to make in the chart or in the pattern. I am not an experienced knitter and not at all experienced with sweater knitting but I was completely inspired by this exciting sweater and can already tell that you have achieved the neckline results I would also hope for if I knew how to do it or to try it!

07/14/2013 Flag

For the wider neck, I cast on the number of stitches given for after the first increase and did not work that increase.

07/19/2013 Flag