I got a mail from Sabine and I quote:
“Knus” – Hug.
For me it means to hug autumn instead of complaining about the weather etc.
Being wrapped in something light, warm and cosy – isn´t it something we all want/need?
I agree 😊
Sizes XS (S, M, L, XL, 2XL):
The sweater has a positive ease of 10cm-18cm/4”-7”.
Bust circumference of the finished sweater: 94.5 (100, 111, 116.5, 128, 139) cm/ 37 (39.25, 43.75, 46, 50.25, 54.75)”
10cm x 10cm/4” x 4”: 18 sts over 26 rows/rnds in broken rib pattern and needle 5.0mm/US 8
Broken rib pattern
Round 1: knit all stitches
Round 2: *knit 1, purl 1*, repeat *-* to end of round
This version is worked with two qualities of yarn held together to achieve a loose airy fabric.
A: 1100/1202 (1150/1257, 1250/1367, 1300/1421, 1400/1531, 1550/1695) m/yd Spinni tweed by Isager, colorway 2s, lace, 100% wool, 300m/328yd per 50g/1.75oz
B: same yardage of Silk Mohair by Isager, colorway 0, lace, 70% mohair, 30% silk, 212m/232yd per 25g/0.88oz
Other yarns can be used, but keep in mind that using other yarn qualities might lead to a different overall look of the sweater. It can also affect the amount of yarn needed.
Please keep in mind that yardage is an estimate.
4.5mm/US 7, 40cm/16” circular needle for rib at the neck
5.0mm/US 8, 40cm/16” circular needle or double-pointed needles for neck and sleeves
5.0mm/US 8, 80cm/32” circular needle for yoke and body
If you’re using the “magic loop” method, the 80cm/32” (or longer) circular needle is used for working almost the whole sweater.