Knitting pattern for Fairy tale sweater

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  • Level: Intermediate
  • Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X)
  • Yarn: Ruke knit, Wool / Gepard, Kid-Seta
  • Needles: 4mm (US6, UK8)
  • Knitting type: Flat, rounds
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The Fairy tale sweater is an oversize style knit, with a waist length in the front and hips length in the back. The sweater has a neckline and is worked top down. The sleeves are wide and they are finished with a twisted cuff. The neck is worked in a Twisted rib stitch pattern which later is folded so it looks neat and beautifully fitted to the neck. The main focus of this sweater is a hem, in which ease and wrinkling are adjusted with two laces on both sides. The Fairy tale sweater fits well with leggings, shorts, and other freestyle clothes. It is a perfect sweater that does not oblige and lets to be relaxed.

Language: English

XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X) to be worn with 50-60cm (20-24in) positive ease. Shown in size L.

Yarns (two yarns held together):
1. Ruke knit, Wool (100% Wool; 100g (3.5oz) = 350m (383yds)), colour no.: 201.
2. Gepard, Kid-Seta (70% Super Kid Mohair, 30% Shappe Silk; 25g (0.9oz) = 210m (230yds)), colour no.: 481.

Yarn weight (Worsted / Afghan / Aran):
1. Ruke knit, Wool:
400 (400) 400 (500) 500 (600) 600 (700) g
14.1 (14.1) 14.1 (17.6) 17.6 (21.1) 21.1 (24.6) oz
4 (4) 4 (5) 5 (6) 6 (7) balls
1400 (1400) 1400 (1750) 1750 (2100) 2100 (2450) m
1532 (1532) 1532 (1915) 1915 (2298) 2298 (2681) yds

2. Gepard, Kid Seta:
7 (7) 7 (9) 9 (10) 10 (12) balls

4mm (US6, UK8) 40-60-80-100cm (16-24-31-40in) circular needles; 3mm (US3, UK11) 40cm (16in) circular needles; 4mm 20cm (7.75in) 2 pcs. double point needles.

10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in) = 18.5 stitches x 28 rows in Stockinette stitch pattern after washing.

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

Pattern includes:
Pattern directions, Youtube video links with QR codes, schematics, and abbreviations.

Finished measurements
Bust circumference: 140.5 (149) 158 (166.5) 175 (184) 192.5 (201) cm / 56.25 (59.75) 63.25 (66.5) 70 (73.5) 77 (80.5) in
Sweater length (in back center): 49.5 (51.5) 53.5 (55.5) 58 (60) 62 (64.5) cm / 19.75 (20.5) 21.5 (22.25) 23.25 (24) 24.75 (25.75) in
Sleeve length: 31.5 (32) 33 (33.5) 34.5 (35) 35.5 (36.5) cm / 12.5 (12.75) 13.25 (13.5) 13.75 (14) 14.25 (14.5) in
Sleeve upper arm circumference: 38.5 (40.5) 42.5 (45) 47 (49) 51.5 (53.5) cm / 15.25 (16.25) 17 (18) 18.75 (19.75) 20.5 (21.5) in

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