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Riddari 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. Round begins at left side of body. On yoke, round begins

Icelandic sweater Lopapeysa made in Plötulopi held double. Colours: 1038 Ivory beige, 1424 golden yellow heather,  0001 white. Yoke: modified Istex Lopi 131.

Icelandic sweater Lopapeysa made in Plötulopi held double. Yoke: modified Istex Lopi Plus

From knit.love.wool "Upside down Riddari.  Designed by my lopi knitting hero, Védís Jónsdóttir. (Does anyone know if Védís has an IG account?) I think there's something about this particular yoke design that looks so good when inverted.. "

From knit.wool "Upside down Riddari. Designed by my lopi knitting hero, Védís Jónsdóttir. (Does anyone know if Védís has an IG account?) I think there's something about this particular yoke design that looks so good when inverted.

1,997 likerklikk, 59 kommentarer – Heidi (@heidifroshaug) på Instagram: “Selbuvotter-frodige blomster Nå strikkes det i lyse,friske og rene farger-et friskt pust fra meg…”

1,997 likerklikk, 59 kommentarer – Heidi (@heidifroshaug) på Instagram: “Selbuvotter-frodige blomster Nå strikkes det i lyse,friske og rene farger-et friskt pust fra meg…”

Icelandic Lopapeysa sweater - finished! - Happymaking Designs - for happymaking designs

Do you remember that I bought a sweater kit after seeing the Alafoss stand at Unravel back.

My Riddari ✨This is the second time I've knit this pattern. It's definitely one of my favorite lopi designs!  Yarn: Body is Beaverslide Merino/Mohair.  The yoke is a mix of what I had on hand: Harrisville Highland, Lett Lopi, Quince Owl, Knit Picks wool of the Andes, and handspun from Goodwill.  #knitting #handmade #lettlopi #lopapeysa #knittersofinstagram

Instagram post by Jenn Steingass • May 23, 2016 at 6:00pm UTC

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