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DROPS 67-8 by DROPS Design
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DROPS Pullover in Karisma Superwash
DROPS 67-8
Sizes: S - M - L
Finished measurements:
Bust: 90-106-112 cm [35-3/8" - 41.75" - 44"]
Waist: 84-88-92 cm [33" - 34-5/8" - 36.25"]

Materials: DROPS KARISMA SUPERWASH from Garnstudio
100% superwash wool, 50 g/110 m/120 yards
650-750-800 g. col. no. 60, teal

DROPS 3.5 mm [US 4] and 4 mm [US 6] circular and double-pointed needles, or sizes needed to obtain correct gauge.

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  • DROPS KARISMA UNI COLOUR (50g)
    4.05 USD
NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from cm to inch - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in British and American English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in British English, please click here.
Gauge: 21 sts x 28 rows on larger needles in double seed st = 10 x 10 cm [4" x 4"]
The center body pattern measures approx. 33-42-42 cm [13" - 16.5" - 16.5"] in width.

Rib: * K 1, P 1 *, repeat from * - *.

Double Seed Stitch (on an even number of sts):
Row 1: * K 1, P 1 *
Row 2: * K 1, P 1 *
Row 3: * P 1, K 1 *
Row 4: * P 1, K 1 *
Repeat Rows 1 4.

Bobble: Inc 1 st to 5 sts by knitting alternately 1 st in front and back of st. Knit 3 rows stockinette st over these 5 sts. Then dec sts (right side row): pass 2nd st over 1st st, pass 3rd st over 1st st, pass 4th st over 1st st, pass 5th st over 1st st.

Pattern: See charts. Lines indicate the different sizes – Sizes M and L have the same center body and sleeve pattern. Avslutt = end.

Body: Cast on 168-186-194 sts on larger circular needles; join and place a marker at the join. Knit 8 rows stockinette st (for rolled edge). Change to smaller circular needles - measure the piece from here. Knit 1-1-1 cm [3/8"] rib - see instructions above. Change to larger circular needles and K 1 row, increasing 82-112-108 sts evenly distributed on the row = 250-298-302 sts.
On the next row establish pattern as follows: 7-3-4 sts double seed st - see instructions above, then knit Pattern 1 (111-143-143 sts), 14-6-8 sts double seed st, Pattern 1 (111-143-143 st), 7-3-4 sts double seed st. Put a marker in the center of the double seed st sts at each side (these are the sides).

Continue with Pattern as established (repeat Pattern 1 a total of 4-4-5 times). At the same time when the piece measures 4-3-3 cm [1.5" - 1.25" - 1.25"] inc 1 st each side of each marker (4 incs) - knit the new sts into double seed st. Inc a total of 6-9-11 times every 4-3-3 cm [1.5" - 1.25" - 1.25"] = 274-334-346 sts on needles. When Pattern 1 has been repeated 4-4-5 times the piece measures approx. 29-29-36 cm [11 3/8" - 11 3/8" - 14 1/8"]. Now put 12-10-16 sts at each side on a st holder for armhole. Front and back each = 125-157-157 sts. Put aside and knit sleeves.

Sleeve: Cast on 50-58-62 sts on larger double-pointed needles; join and place a marker at the join. Knit 8 rows stockinette st (rolled edge). Change to smaller double pointed needles - measure the piece from here. Knit 1-1-1 cm [3/8"] rib. Change to larger double pointed needles and K 1 row, increasing 22-38-34 sts evenly distributed on the row = 72-96-96 sts.
On the next row establish the pattern as follows:
5-1-1 sts double seed st, Pattern 3 (62-94-94 sts), 5-1-1 sts double seed st. Continue in pattern as established, and when the piece measures 6-6-6 cm [2-3/8"] inc 1 st each side of marker 8-11-14 times every 13-9-7 rows = 88-118-124 sts - knit the new sts into double seed as you go along. When Pattern 3 has been repeated 6-6-6 times the piece measures approx. 43-43-43 cm [16-7/8"]. Now put 6-5-8 sts each side of marker on a st holder = 76-108-108 sts on needles.

Yoke: Put the sleeves in on the same circular needles as Body where sts have been put on st holders for armholes = 402-530-530 sts on needles. Put a marker in transition between the sleeve and Body = 4 markers.
Establish the pattern as follows: Pattern 5 (26 sts) knit at each transition between sleeve and body (13 sts each side of the marker), Pattern 2 (99-131-131 sts) knit over Body and Pattern 4 (50-82-82 sts) knit over the sleeve. The raglan shaping is shown on the charts. NOTE: on Sizes M + L ignore the decreases shown for Size S – continue the pattern. After Pattern 2 and Pattern 4 are complete, 154-154-154 sts remain on needles. The piece measures approx. 50-57-64 cm [19.25" - 22.5" - 25.25"] up to shoulders.

Neck: = 154-154-154 sts. Knit Pattern 6 one time over all sts for the neck - place Pattern 6 as follows: Arrow A on the chart is the center front and center back and Arrow B is the center of the shoulder. On the last row of Pattern 6 dec 62-62-62 sts evenly distributed on the row = 92-92-92 sts. Change to smaller circular needles and knit rib for 2 cm [0.75"], change to larger circular needles and knit 8 rows stockinette st, bind off.

Assembly: Sew underarm sts from st holders – use Kitchener st.

Diagram

Knit
Purl
Bobble - see instructions above
P 2 tog
P 3 tog
put 1 st on st holder in back of work, K 2, P 1 from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in front of work, P 1, K 2 from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in back of work, K 2, P 2from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in front of work, P 2, K 2 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in back of work, K 3, P 3 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in front of work, P 3, K 3 from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in back of work, K 2, K 2 from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in front of work, K 2, K 2 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in back of work, K 3, K 3 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in front of work, K 3, K 3 from st holder.
put 4 sts on st holder in back of work, K 4, K 4 from st holder.
put 4 sts on st holder in front of work, K 4, K 4 from st holder.
put 1 st on st holder in back of work, K 3, K 1 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in front of work, K 1, K 3 from st holder.
put 2 sts on st holder in back of work, K 3, P 2 from st holder.
put 3 sts on st holder in front of work, P 2, K 3 from st holder.



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