Ta’over is an interpretation of a classic pull-over with interesting details all over. Ta’ over is designed with the length of the body substantially shorter than the sleeves to get a flattering look.
Ta’over is worked top down • in broken rib pattern • with a mix of a v-neck and a round neck • with shaped shoulders • slightly balloon sleeves and a tight rib at the cuffs • with a front side that looks optically narrower than the back, which has a longer length and width.
The sweater has a positive ease of 30- 35cm/11.5”-13.5”. The finished measurement around the bust is S: 110cm/43.25”, (M: 120cm/47.25”), L: 130cm/51”, (XL: 140cm/55”)
17sts x 21rows in broken rib over 10cm x 10cm/4” x 4” with needle 6.0mm/US10
The sample shown is worked with 2 strands of yarn.
- 950m/1040y (1050m/1150y) 1150m/1260y (1250m/1370y) of Garnudsalg højlandsgarn / shetlandswool/ Holst supersoft yarn/Isager twinni yarn 550m/600y for 100g
- 950m/1040y (1050m/1050y) 1150m/1260y (1250m/1370y) of a kid silk-mohair yarn 880m/960y for 100g 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.
5.5mm, 80cm/US9, 32” circular needle for rib at the body and/or double pointed needles for rib at neck and sleeves.
6.0mm, 80 cm/ US10, 32” circular needle for body and/or double pointed needles for knitting the sleeves. Waste yarn and 4 removable stitch-markers
The pattern is digital and will be sent as a PDF-file to your e-mail.