JONA Cardigan // Oversize Cardigan with belt

LOTILDA Jona Oversize Cardigan Strickjacke mit Gürtel

DESCRIPTION

The JONA Cardigan is an oversize cardigan, which is worked top down with increases along the knitted pieces. You start working the first side of the neckband and front piece and shape the drop down shoulders by working short rows.

The deep V-neck is shaped by increases, the slanted sleeves by decreases, which are first worked to the armhole openings. 

You then pick up stitches for the second front piece as well as the back piece, which are worked to the armhole openings, too. You then place all tree pieces on the same needle to finish the body.

The sleeve stitches are picked up around the armhole openings and worked in round. Due to the top down technique, the cardigan’s length can be easily adjusted to personal measurements. 

All cuffs and the belt are worked with slipped stitches.

The instruction includes a detailed model sketch with all necessary measurements, a blank sketch for notes and alternative front bands.

Fit 1 2 3 wide
Difficulty 1 2 3 advanced

This pattern is available in english and german for €6.90 EUR  (Ravelry)

You can find some photos of step 1-3 here JONA-Fotoalbum

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MARTA Cardigan // Oversize Cardigan with balloon sleeves

LOTILDA - MARTA Mohair Oversize Cardigan - Cardigan with shoulder yoke and balloon sleeves

DESCRIPTION

The hip-length oversize cardigan with front bands in garter stitch is worked top down. The diagonal fit at the shoulders is shaped by increases along the shoulder lines. Left front, back piece and finally right front are worked separately to the armhole openings and thereafter placed on the same needle to finish the body.

The sleeve stitches are picked up around the armhole openings and worked in round. The long sleeves and tight cuffs create the desired balloon effect. All cuffs are worked with slipped stitches.

This pattern is available in english and german for €5.90 EUR  (Ravelry)

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GRETA Cardigan – Top Down Raglan Cardigan with front band

LOTILDA - GRETA - Mohair Oversize Raglan Cardigan Strickjacke

COMPOSITION

This oversize cardigan with raglan increases is knit top down. The lower body part is shaped slimmer towards the hip, while both front pieces are getting wider towards the bottom edge. The wide sleeves are designed to get slimmer towards the ribbed hem, are knit back and forth and will be sewn together with the mattress stitch at the end. If you prefer knitting the sleeves in the round, it is perfectly possible, but this instruction does not hold any further information regarding knitting in the round.
All ribbed hems, as well as the front band, are knit as slip stitch ribs.

This pattern is available in english and german for €5.90 EUR  (Ravelry)

 

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Strickanleitung KIM Cardigan – Luftige Sommer Strickjacke stricken

LOTILDA KIM Cardigan - Sommer Strickjacke stricken

KURZBESCHREIBUNG

Der Cardigan mit 3/4 Ärmeln wird in einem Stück nahtlos von oben gestrickt. Die Maschenaufnahme für die Blende, sowie für die Schultern- und Ärmel erfolgt mit dem provisorischen Maschenanschlag.

Man beginnt zunächst mit der linken Halsblende und strickt dann die Maschen des provisorischen Anschlags für die Schulter- und Ärmel bis zur Höhe des Armausschnittes. Das Gleiche macht man mit der rechten Blende und dem rechtem Vorderteil. Anschließend werden die provisorischen Anschläge gelöst und es erfolgt die Maschenaufnahme für das Rückenteil aus dem linken Vorderteil, der linken Blende, der rechten Blende und dem rechten Vorderteil.

Die Schulter- und Armschrägen werden durch verkürzte Reihen, die Halsausschnittschräge durch Zunahmen und die Rundungen unter den Ärmeln, sowie die Seitenschräge durch Abnahmen geformt. Das Unterteil erhält ein kurzes „Bündchen“ im Glattpatent, damit sich der Rand nicht einrollt.

Durch die Top-Down-Strickweise und die besondere Konstruktion kann das Modell leicht in der Größe angepasst werden. Die Anpassungsmöglichkeiten stehen in der Anleitung.

Diese Anleitung ist erhältlich für €6.50 EUR  bei Ravelry

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