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Ravelry: Project Gallery for Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Ravelry: lilalu's Ingrid - take two

lilalu's Ingrid - take two

Ravelry: lilalu's Ingrid - take two

Ravelry: Ásta Sóllilja pattern by Kate Davies

Ravelry: Ásta Sóllilja pattern by Kate Davies

I wish my knitting skills were strong enough, because this is the me-est sweater in the world.  Ravelry: lilalu's Max

lilalu's Max

I wish my knitting skills were strong enough, because this is the me-est sweater in the world. Ravelry: lilalu's Max

When colours go together. När färger samsas. De nålbundna handledsvärmarna…

When colours go together. När färger samsas. De nålbundna handledsvärmarna…

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir for Ístex

Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Riddari pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir for Ístex

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. Colours: 1038 Ivory beige, 1424 golden yellow heather, 0001 white. Yoke: modified Istex Lopi 131.

Ravelry: Pravda Pullover pattern by pamela wynne

Pravda Pullover pattern by pamela wynne

Ravelry: Pravda Pullover pattern by pamela wynne

Ravelry: radiolazy's Héla Lovely colour combination...dreaming of doing something in grey and yellow

Ravelry: radiolazy's Héla Lovely colour combination...dreaming of doing something in grey and yellow

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.

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.

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