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My Maren Sweater

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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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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Traditional, Casual, Classic, Romantic
Myriah Ann on

What materials did you use? Lett Lopi Icelandic Sheep Wool yarn

Myriah Ann on

What are you most proud of? I actually did a successful "steek"!!! Like most new to the technique I was scared it would all unravel in the first washing, but seeing how we lock-in those stitches with the crochet method.....well, it all made perfectly good sense. Knitting along step-by-step with Ragga gave me a sense of accomplishment and I have to say I'm very proud of my sweater. Looking forward to those rainy days in the springtime here in Norway! :)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Watch the video several times while you make your swatches. It is a great inspriration and will give you the confidence you will need to complete your sweater. Just watch, relax, and have fun knitting and crocheting your new little gem! :) Happy Crafting!!!!

Myriah Ann on

This is a very beautiful sweater. The detail in white is incredible.

02/24/2013 Flag

Thank you!

03/18/2013 Flag


02/24/2013 Flag

Thank you!

03/18/2013 Flag

Thank you Simone.Delaney and tjmojo for your nice comments. Ragga's Top Down Icelandic Sweater class is so much fun! I just know I will be wearing this sweater during the spring and summer months here in Norway.

02/25/2013 Flag

Lovely sweater!

02/26/2013 Flag

Thank you DDSashaSue

03/01/2013 Flag

I would love to know how you did the sleeves. So pretty. Did you just knit them straight down or increase stitches?

03/03/2014 Flag

Thank you Sharon for your nice comment! :) I followed the pattern as written, but stopped short so I had a 3/4's sleeve and border. Making a split so I could add the buttons. I wish you much luck with yours.

03/10/2014 Flag