Dale of Norway
Dale of Norway is synonymous with quality winter sweaters and sport excellence. Dale of Norway has built a reputation as the world’s leading manufacturer of Norwegian sweaters. Wool is our fabric of choice because of the fibers’ unique properties that makes it perfectly suited for the way Amos & Andes patrons wear
Afmæli - 20-year Anniversary Sweater pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir
Body and sleeves are worked in the round from lower edge to underarms, then joined to work yoke in the round.
Kintyre pattern by Marie Wallin
Knit this womens fairisle sweater from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 52, a design by Marie Wallin using the luxurious yarn Kidsilk Haze (super kid mohair and silk), Wool Cotton, (merino wool and cotton) and Pure Wool DK (wool). With set-in sleeves, round neck detail and moss stitch bands, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.
Scatter pattern by Þórunn Vilmarsdóttir
Using the bulky-weight Álafoss lopi, this free (and quick!) to make pattern has arrived just in time for wearing during the Halloween and Day of the Dead celebrations. The sweater’s body and sleeves are worked in the round from lower edge to the underarms, then they are joined to work the yoke in the round. The rounds begin at left side of body, then in the yoke the rounds begin on left side of back where the body joins the sleeves.
Winter wonderfulness in knitted lace mittens, a sweater and a green wool coat
I knitted these lace mittens with Drops Alpaca in raspeberry red. I used 3 mm needles, the lace motif on the upper side of the mittens are the same as in the Audrey cardigan, I really like the small bobbles. I think the mittens are too chilly to wear as such and I am knitting simple mittens in stocking stitch in Drops Alpaca light camel to wear with them underneath. Knitted Sweater I chose a very classic motif for this knitted wool sweater, the colours are quite demanding so I felt it was…