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Design 23 by Ístex, in Lopi + a little bit of Quince & Co Owl

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

Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and then the slightly scooped neckline is finished with an applied i-cord.

Telja pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and then the slightly scooped neckline is finished with an applied i-cord.

Telja pattern by Jennifer Steingass

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Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and the neckline is finished with an applied i-cord.

Telja pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and the neckline is finished with an applied i-cord.

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