Ravelry: Thingvellir pattern by Linnea Ornstein

Thingvellir pattern by Linnea Ornstein

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

Ravelry: Lisa-Mai's Fern and Feather *test*

Lisa-Mai's Fern and Feather *test*

Ravelry: Lisa-Mai's Fern and Feather *test*

Icelandic wool, reminds me of those Lettlopis I still have in my stash since middle of 90s. Pattern for the sweater in one of Finnish Moda magazines. Have to check it out.

Ford (Pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir Yarn: Lopi Needles: I knit only one layer into the neck band because my husband finds the folded neckbands to be too bulky. I used a sewn tubular bind off to finish it.

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

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Gamaldags pattern by Hélène Magnússon

Gamaldags pattern by Hélène Magnússon

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Arboreal pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Arboreal pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Arboreal pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Arboreal is worked seamlessly from the top down. The stranded yoke is worked and then short row shaping is added on the back to shape the shoulders and neckline. The sleeves and body are separated and worked top down. Optional, gentle waist shaping makes for a feminine fit. It’s fun and meditative to watch the leaves grow as the yoke is knitted. The chart is easy to follow and memorize and is suitable for a beginner, calling for only two colors. This design lends itself to many types of yarn…

Arboreal pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Arboreal is worked seamlessly from the top down. The stranded yoke is worked and then short row shaping is added on the back to shape the shoulders and neckline. The sleeves and body are separated and worked top down. Optional, gentle waist shaping makes for a feminine fit. It’s fun and meditative to watch the leaves grow as the yoke is knitted. The chart is easy to follow and memorize and is suitable for a beginner, calling for only two colors. This design lends itself to many types of yarn…

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