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Boxed and Framed - wzór dziewiarski - cyfrowy plik PDF

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“Boxed and Framed” is the cleaner-line version of “Boxed and Cabled” for those who prefer a straightforward look. This pattern lets the yarn stand out without deflecting from the stitch definition with too much texture or decorative elements. You still won’t be bored when knitting it because the interesting construction makes up very well for the lack of stitch patterns!

Solenn (De Rerum Natura) liked the construction of my “Boxed and Cabled” cardigan so much, she sketched her own version for a simpler, more streamlined version of it, and asked me to write a pattern from her hand-drawn sketch, which is exactly what I did! I followed her suggestions to the last dot, and this is what came out of this collaboration:
A pattern sketched by Solenn (De Rerum Natura), who know best how to highlight their yarns.
Implemented by myself, who knows how to turn a construction idea into a garment that will work.
Tested by my proven pool of test knitters, who know best what fits their actual body shape, in a wide size range.

“Boxed and Framed” is worked in back-and-forth rows, starting from a provisional cast-on in the Back, beginning with a horizontal chain, after which the triangular shape of the back is created using German short rows, and the garment continued top down to the armholes. Later, stitches for both fronts are picked up, and after another horizontal chain, the fronts are worked down to the underarm where both fronts and the back are joined and continued in one piece to the hem.

This versatile cardigan will accompany you from morning coffee through a day at the office to an evening at the opera. Thanks to its minimalist shape, it can complement a variety of different wardrobe items, from cropped jeans or wide-leg linen pants over mini skirts or shorts to elegant A-line or sheath column dresses.

Materials:

  • De Rerum Natura Penelope (90% Merino, 10% Silk): 50g/ 145 yards {133 meters}.
    Yardage requirements: 9 (10, 10, [11, 12], 13, [14, 14], 15) skeins or approx. 1230 (1330, 1420, [1530, 1650], 1770, [1890, 2010], 2130) yards, {1120 (1210, 1300, [1400, 1510], 1620, [1730, 1840], 1950) meters}.
  • US 2½ – 3 mm 24” {60 cm} & 32” {80 cm} circular needles (or longer for magic loop)
  • US 4 – 3.5 mm 24” {60 cm} & 32” {80 cm} circular needles (or longer for magic loop)
    or in size to obtain gauge
  • 4 stitch markers
  • stitch holders or scrap yarn
  • tapestry needle

Sizes:

XS (S, S/M, [M, L], XL, [2XL, 3XL], 4XL)
Finished measurements: 39.25 (43.5, 45.75, [48, 51.5], 55.25, 59.5, 63.25, 67.5)“ {98 (109, 114.5, [120, 129], 138, [149, 158], 169) cm} bust circumference (with fronts overlapping to approximate back width).

Cardigan is meant to be worn with 7 – 10” {18 – 25 cm} of positive ease across the back and fronts open.

Shown in size S/M with 7” {18 cm} of positive ease across the back.

Gauge:

22 sts and 32 rows per 4” {10 cm} in stockinette st with larger needles, washed and blocked.

Pattern available in the following languages: Polish, English, German.

 

 

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