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Soft pastels and gentle yarns fill this issue of Interweave Knits. This issue includes two stories; a beautiful collection of elegant, springtime sweaters and tees, and a charming selection of lacy shawls and colorful socks. Enjoy a hilarious article about trying to use artificial intelligence to write knitting patterns, and learn from knitting expert Karen Frisa about how to knit on the bias. With 15 projects to choose from, your season is sure to be filled with the first signs of spring!
Derravaragh - Lopapeysa
This sweater is knit in the traditional Icelandic Lopapeysa style. The body and sleeves are worked in the round from the bottom up and are then joined together to form a yoke i.e. the circular patterned area around the shoulders. The body is waisted and short rows are used at the neck to provide a comfortable fit. Léttlopi is a fantastic yarn to work with. It’s exceptionally warm and comes in a wide range of beautiful colours.
Captain Iceland Lopi by Elizabeth | Project | Knitting / Cardigans & Sweaters | Kollabora
http://www.istex.is/Files/Skra_0051195.pdfFree fair isle sweater pattern. This is the fourth one I've made, the second of this specific pattern. The scarf and hate were made up as I went. No pattern necessary.
Opulent cables take center stage in this luscious oversized sweater coat. Rowe is worked in pieces, beginning with a deep band of ribbing that gives way to richly cabled panels inspired by Celtic designs. The fronts and back are worked straight to the armholes without shaping; the sleeves are set in and then the cozy neckband and front ribbing is picked up and worked to double length so it can be folded and stitched down inside for extra warmth and structure.