Knitting pattern for Bergamo sweater

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  • Level: Intermediate
  • Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X)
  • Yarn: Lamana, Bergamo
  • Needles: 4.5mm (US7, UK7)
  • Knitting type: Raglan, top to bottom
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THE BERGAMO SWEATER is a short front and long back length style knit. It has a turtleneck and long wide sleeves. This sweater has a neckline and is worked top-down in Stockinette stitch pattern. In the yoke first part back is worked flat using increases M1L and M1R. In the second part front is worked. After that body is worked in rounds. Neck, cuffs and hem are worked in Pearl Rib stitch pattern. The sweater body is worked straight, therefore it can be easily made longer and of course, more yarns should be estimated. BERGAMO SWEATER is a fashionable knit, that fits well for those who like to wear uncommon clothes.

Language: English

XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X) to be worn with 40-50cm (16-20in) positive ease. Shown in size L.

Lamana, Bergamo (75% wool, 25% alpaca wool; 25g (0.9oz) = 65m (71 yds)), colour no. 28M.

Yarn weight (Worsted / Afghan / Aran):
375 (400) 425 (450) 475 (500) 550 (600) g
13.2 (14.1) 15 (15.8) 16.7 (17.6) 19.4 (21.1) oz
15 (16) 17 (18) 19 (20) 22 (24) balls
975 (1040) 1105 (1170) 1235 (1300) 1430 (1560) m
1065 (1136) 1207 (1278) 1349 (1420) 1562 (1704) yds

4.5mm (US7, UK7) 40-60-80-100cm (16-24-31-39in) circular needles and 4.5mm (US7, UK7) 20cm (7.75in) 5 pcs. double point needles.

10cm x 10cm (4’’ x 4’’) = 17 stitches x 25.5 rows in Stockinette stitch after washing.

4 closed stitch markers, 2 pieces of different colour yarns of 50cm (20in) length, tapestry needle.

Pattern includes:
Pattern directions, Youtube video links with QR codes, sweater schematic, finished measurements size table, abbreviations.

Finished measurements:

Bust circumference: 129.5 (136.5) 143.5 (150.5) 157.5 (164.5) 172 (179) cm / 51.75 (54.5) 57.5 (60.25) 63 (66) 68.75 (71.5) in
Sweater length (in back center): 61 (63.5) 66 (68) 70.5 (73) 75.5 (77.5) cm / 24.5 (25.5) 26.25 (27.25) 28.25 (29.25) 30 (31) in
Sleeve length (from neck): 37 (37.5) 38.5 (39) 40 (41) 41.5 (42.5) cm / 14.75 (15) 15.25 (15.75) 16 (16.25) 16.75 (17) in
Sleeve upper arm girth: 40.5 (43.5) 46 (49) 51 (54) 56.5 (59.5) cm / 16.25 (17.5) 18.25 (19.5) 20.5 (21.75) 22.5 (23.75) in

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