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DROPS 52-7 by DROPS Design

DROPS Raglan Sweater for men in Karisma Superwash

Sizes: Women’s Small - Medium - Large
Finished bust measurements: 114-120-126 cm [44-7/8" - 47.25" - 49-5/8"]
Men’s Small/Medium - Medium/Large
Finished bust measurements: 126 - 134 cm [49-5/8" - 52.75"]
Numbers in ( ) are men’s sizes

Materials: DROPS KARISMA SUPERWASH from Garnstudio
650 - 700 - 750 (850 - 900) g col. 01, natural white

DROPS 3 mm [US 2] and 4 mm [US 6] circular needles and 3.5 mm [US 4] double pointed needles, or sizes needed to obtain correct gauge.

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Pattern instructions

NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from inches to cm - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in American and British English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in British English, please click here.
Gauge: 21 sts and 28 rows on larger needle in Pattern 5 = 10 x 10 cm [4" x 4"] NOTE: row gauge is very important during raglan shaping -- if your gauge is not correct your armhole sizing will not be correct.

Rib: * knit 2, purl 2 *. Repeat from * - *.

Pattern: See charts (1 chart = 1 repeat).
The chart is showing every row in pattern from the right side.
Note: On 1st row of M1, after K2, P6; make a cable over following 4 sts.

Rib: *knit 2, purl 2*. Repeat from * - *.

BODY:
Numbers in () = men's sizes. Cast on 188-192-200 (200-208) sts on smaller circular needles; join and place a marker at the join. Knit rib for 5-5-5 (6-6) cm [2" - 2" - 2" (2-3/8" - 2-3/8")] - on the last row inc 88-96-100 (100-108) sts evenly distributed on the row = 276-288-300 (300-316) sts. Change to larger circular needles and establish the pattern as follows (start at the marker): 26-29-32 (32-36) sts of Pattern 5, Pattern 2, Pattern 4, Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 1 (this is the center front panel), Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 4, Pattern 2, 26-29-32 (32-36) sts of Pattern 5, place a marker for the side, 26-29-32 (32-36) sts of Pattern 5, Pattern 2, Pattern 4, Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 1, Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 4, Pattern 2, 26-29-32 (32-36) sts of Pattern 5. When the work measures 34-36-37 (40-43) cm [13-3/8" - 14-1/8" - 14.5" (15.75" - 16-7/8")] bind off 2 sts on each side of each marker for armholes = 134-140-146 (146-154) sts for front and back. Put the work aside.

Sleeves: Cast on 52-52-52 (56-56) sts on smaller double pointed needles; join and place a marker at the join. Knit rib for 5-5-5 (6-6) cm [2" -2" -2" (2-3/8" -2-3/8")] - on the last row inc 22-22-22 (18-18) sts evenly distributed on the row = 74-74-74 (74-74) sts. Change to larger double-pointed needles and establish the pattern as follows: Pattern 4, Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 1, Pattern 2, Pattern 3, Pattern 2, Pattern 4. Knit the pattern as established and at the same time inc 1 st each side of marker every 4th row 27-27-29 (29-29) times = 128-128-132 (132-132) sts. Knit the first 6 increases in Pattern 2 and the remaining increases in Pattern 5. When the work measures 50-49-49 (52-53) cm [19.75" - 19.25" - 19.25" (20.5 - 20-7/8")], bind off 2 sts each side of marker and put the work aside = 124-124-128 (128-128) sts.

Body: Put the sleeves in on the same circular needles as the body where 4 sts have been bind off = 516-528-548 (548-564) sts on needle. Put a marker in each transition between the sleeves and body = 4 markers. Continue pattern but knit the first stitch on either side of the markers in stockinette stitch (= 2 sts stockinette stitch in the transitions from body to sleeve). Knit 5-6-8 (8-9) rows then begin raglan shaping.

Raglan shaping:
Read the next section in its entirety before knitting!

There are 8 decreases per row (1 stitch on each side of the 2 sts in stockinette stitch).
Make the decreases as follows:
Before the 2 sts stockinette stitch: Right side: K 2 tog. Wrong side: slip 2 sts, put them back on the left needle twisted (one by one), purl the 2 twisted sts together
After the 2 sts stockinette stitch:
Right side: slip 1, knit 1, pass the slipped stitch over (psso). Wrong side: purl 2 tog.

Dec 1 st each side of each marker every row 51-52-53 (53-55) times. When 8 decreases remain bind off for the neck in the front at the same time with the raglan shaping as follows: Put the center 20-24-28 (28-32) sts on on a stitch holder, then knit the rest back and forth on needle. Then bind off at each neck edge every other row: 2 sts 1 time, 1 st 2 times.

After the last decrease row 80-80-88 (88-84) sts remain on the needle. The sweater's measurement up to the shoulder = 60-62-64 (67-70) cm [23-5/8" - 24-3/8" - 25.25" (26-3/8" - 27-5/8")]. Put the sts from the stitch holder back on the needle and pick up 10 sts on either side of the neck shaping = 120-124-136 (136-136) sts on needle. Change to smaller circular needles and knit 1 row, purl 1 row, knit 1 row and at the same time increase or decrease to 120-120-130 (130-140) sts evenly distributed on the row. Knit Pattern 6 for 9 cm [3.5"] - finish on 1st or 5th row of pattern, then 1 row *K 2 tog* across. Purl 1 row and bind off.

Assembly: Sew the 4 sts at underarm together.

This pattern has been corrected. .

Updated online: 03.03.2006
On 1st row of M1, after K2, P6, make a cable over following 4 sts.

Diagram

All measurements in charts are in cm.

= K
= P
= put 3 sts on cable needle behind work, K3, K3 from cable needle
= put 2 sts on cable needle in front of work, K2, K2 from cable needle
= put 1 st on cable needle behind work, K2, P1 from cable needle
= put 2 sts on cable needle in front of work, P1, K2 from cable needle
= put 2 sts on cable needle behind work, K2, K2 from cable needle
= cable: work over 2 sts: K 2nd st first without lifting it of the needle and then K 1st st. Then lift both sts of left needle.


Leveque 28.07.2019 - 20:21:

Bonjour, la plupart de vos pulls se tricottent en rond, mais c'est beaucoup trop lourd pour mes épaules et poignets bourrés arthrose. Serait il possible d'avoir les explication en 4 morceaux, dos, devant et manches à assembler par une couture. Merci de votre reponse

Anne Lystrup Andersen 16.07.2019 - 15:17:

Hej jeg har læst men ikke forstået rettelse af 03-03-2006. "På første p af M.1 skal man efter 2 r og 6 vr lave en snoning over de kommende tre m", burde det ikke være 4 masker og hvilken snoning? ( som over de andre 4 masker i diagrammet M?)

Elvor 24.04.2019 - 17:03:

Ursäkta mig, mem jag måste ha ett utförligare svar. Tack!

DROPS Design 25.04.2019 kl. 09:51:

Hei Elvor. Du begynner med 26 masker av M.5 (ikke M.1), det vil si du strikker M.5 tilsammen 4 ganger (=24 masker), og så strikker du de 2 første maskene av M.5 igjen (= totalt 26 masker). Videre strikker du M.2 over de neste 6 maskene, så M.4 over de neste 6 maskene, så M.2 over de neste 6 maskene osv. Med mindre det står et spesifikt antall masker, skal alle diagrammene strikkes 1 gang hver. Det er altså kun M.5 som gjentas flere ganger i bredden (i hver side). Håper dette hjalp. God fornøyelse

Elvor 22.04.2019 - 08:58:

Kommer inte igång med mönstret. Stickar dam, stl S. Fattar som jag ska sticka 26 m i M1, M2, och 52 m i M1, M2, till sist 26 m i M1, M2 osv. Tänker jag rätt?

DROPS Design 23.04.2019 kl. 09:52:

Hej. Du stickar först 26 m av M.5, sedan M.2 (=6 m), M.4 (=6 m) osv. Lycka till!

Gerrie 27.01.2019 - 11:22:

= Zet 3 st op een kabelnld en hou deze voor het werk, 2 r, 2 st r van de kabelnld Dit klopt niet helemaal volgens mij. Moet dit niet zijn: zet 2 steken op een kabelnaald

Karina Remming 21.01.2019 - 13:12:

Hej - jeg kan simplethen ikke forstå ærmet. Hvor strikkes M5? 74 masker i begynd er jo kun til det beskrevne mønster M.4, M.2, M.3, M.2, M.1, M.2, M.3, M.2, M.4. Og udtagningen...hvordan kan det nogen sinde gå op med M2 og så efterfølgende M4... ... og hvilken M2? Jeg kan slet ikke få det til at gå op.

Sigrún 11.01.2019 - 17:48:

Eruð þið með kuppskriftina af sömupeysunni en kvenna ? svo það sé sami hálskragi og á kvennapeysunni ?

DROPS Design 19.01.2019 kl. 12:22:

Blessuð Sigrún. Ég er ekki alveg viss um hver spurningin er en þessi peysa er gefin upp fyrir dömur og herra. Lykkjufjöldinn í () er fyrir herra. Virðist vera sami kragi á báðum peysum.

Birte Jakobsen 04.01.2019 - 22:51:

Der må være noget galt med str har strikket str large til en ung mand der normalt bruger str large ,men den var alt for stor så jeg måtte desværre pille det hele op når man ser på andre opskrifter med samme garn ,er der meget mindre masker Mvh Birte Jakobsen

DROPS Design 07.01.2019 kl. 07:58:

Hei Birthe. Denne modellen er noe romsligere enn de nyere modellene våre, men målskissen nederst på siden stemmer overens med strikkefasthet og maskeantall. Vi råder alltid til å se på målskissen ved valg av størrelse så man er sikker på at målene passer til mottakker. Om du ønsker modellen smalere kan du strikke en mindre størrelse, men for eksempel beholde lengden til M/L. God fornøyelse

Karina Remming 14.12.2018 - 14:51:

Syntes at diagrammet er svært at læse da det er utydeligt og småt. Er det muligt at få en bedre version?

DROPS Design 17.12.2018 kl. 14:29:

Hei Karina. Vi skal få lastet opp et tydeligere diagram snarlig. God fornøyelse

Pat 09.03.2018 - 22:09:

In the M.1 correction, Miossec asked this in 2011 and if I understood the answer (I do read French some), was told it could just be knit as per the chart instead of having a cable worked over 4 stitches which is what the correction says. Which is right and if it is actually supposed to be cabled, do you hold the cable needle to the front or the back? IOW which direction does the cable twist?

DROPS Design 12.03.2018 kl. 08:19:

Dear Pat, in the original pattern (Norwegian) you are working first row in diagram as shown, ie without any cables on row 1, you can work this cable on first row in M.1 (cross sts as next cables in M.1) if you like to or just do not work it and start cabling with row 3. Happy knitting!

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