Printed Knitting pattern for Ruke dotty line 4 in 1

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  • Printed version: 16 pages
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X)
  • Yarns: Ruke Wool, Gepard KidSeta
  • Needles: 4mm (US6, UK8)
  • Knitting type: Rounds, Top-to-bottom
  • Pattern contains 4 designs

Paperback A5 format 16 pages high-quality printed knitting pattern book with "Rūkė knit" textile label included and packed in a plastic bag.

The Ruke dotty line is a group of knitting patterns that includes four designs. These four designs have a common yoke and body parts that are worked using the Dotty line stitch pattern. This group contains of two slipovers and two sweaters with different hems. Ruke dotty line knits are oversize hip-length garments with crew neck. All projects are worked from the top to bottom using 4mm circular needles. Wide armholes and the Hem with slits give a free movement. Once the laces are shrinked, garment sits beautifully on the waist and reminds the style of 90’s.
Following the global trends and responding to society's need to live in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way, the goal was to create a knitting pattern that would fit these values. Instead of buying 4 different knitting patterns, that would have a bigger digital data load and which would lead to undirect impact on the environment, the knitting instruction was shrinked and adapted to knit 4 designs in the same idea.
As you may have noticed, some designers publish separate knitting patterns for the sweater, for the same design vest, and publish some other new patterns by making minor changes that doesn’t create a value.
Within these instructions, you'll discover four designs. Throughout the knitting process, you'll have the flexibility to select your preferred finishing, resulting in a distinct garment without requiring the purchase of an additional pattern.

Language: English

XS (S) M (L) XL (2X) 3X (4X) to be worn with 20cm (8in) positive ease. Shown in size M (sweater) and XS (slipover, height: 142cm).

Yarns (two yarns held together):
1. Ruke knit, Wool (100% Wool; 100g (3.5oz) = 350m (383yds)).
2. Gepard KidSeta or Filcolana Tillia or Drops Kid silk (70% Kid mohair, 30% Silk; 25g (0.9oz) = 210m (230yds)).

Yarn weight (Worsted / Afghan / Aran):
1. Ruke knit, Wool:
200-300 (200-300) 200-400 (300-400) 300-500 (400-500) 400-500 (400-600) g
7-10.6 (7-10.6) 7-14.1 (10.6-14.1) 10.6-17.6 (14.1-17.6) 14.1-17.6 (14.1-21.1) oz
2-3 (2-3) 2-4 (3-4) 3-5 (4-5) 4-5 (4-6) balls
700-1050 (700-1050) 700-1400 (1050-1400) 1050-1750 (1400-1750) 1400-1750 (1400-2100) m
766-1149 (766-1149) 766-1532 (1149-1532) 1149-1915 (1532-1915) 1532-1915 (1532-2298) yds

2. Gepard, KidSeta:
4-5 (4-5) 4-7 (5-7) 5-9 (7-9) 7-9 (7-10) balls

4mm (US6, UK8) 40-60-80cm (16-24-31in) circular needles; 3.5mm (US4, UK10) 40cm (16in) circular needles; 4mm (US6, UK8) 20cm (7.75in) 2 pcs. double point needles.

10cm x 10cm (4in x 4in) = 18.5 stitches x 26.5 rows in Dotty line stitch pattern after washing.

4 closed stitch markers, 1 stitch holder, 1 piece of different colour yarn of 50cm (20in) length, tapestry needle.

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

Finished measurements:
Bust circumference:
110.5 (114.5) 117 (121) 127.5 (134) 140.5 (147) cm / 44 (45.75) 46.75 (48.5) 51 (53.5) 56.25 (58.75) in
Sweater length (in back center from neck): 63 (64.5) 66 (67.5) 69 (70.5) 72 (73.5) cm / 25.25 (25.75) 26.5 (27) 27.5 (28.25) 28.75 (29.5) in
Sleeve length (from neck): 45.5 (46.5) 47.5 (48.5) 50 (51) 52 (53) cm / 18 (18.5) 19 (19.5) 20 (20.5) 20.75 (21.25) in
Sleeve upper arm circumference: 46.5 (49) 51 (53.5) 57.5 (61) 65 (68.5) cm / 18.5 (19.75) 20.25 (21.5) 23 (24.5) 26 (27.5) in

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Pattern Directions:
Ruke Knit provides clear and detailed pattern directions for each knitting project. These directions include step-by-step instructions on how to create the desired item, from casting on to binding off. The directions are written in a user-friendly manner, making it easy for knitters of all skill levels to follow along.
Youtube Video Links with QR Codes
One of the standout features of Ruke Knit is its integration with instructional videos. Each knitting pattern includes links to YouTube videos that demonstrate various techniques and stitches used in the pattern. These video links are accompanied by QR codes that can be scanned with a mobile device, allowing knitters to access the videos directly from their smartphones or tablets. This visual aid is incredibly helpful for those who prefer to learn by watching and can be especially beneficial for beginners.
Ruke Knit patterns often include schematics or diagrams that provide a visual representation of the finished project and its dimensions. Schematics are particularly useful for projects like garments where sizing and fit are important. They help knitters understand how the different pieces of the project come together and provide measurements for various components.
Knitting patterns often use a variety of abbreviations to save space and make the instructions more concise. Ruke Knit patterns include a comprehensive list of these abbreviations along with their explanations. This reference ensures that knitters can easily decode the pattern and understand any specialized terminology or shorthand used.
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