Fjolla is worked seamlessly from the top down, with 2 strands of mYak Baby Yak Lace held double throughout. The yoke is shaped by using a modified version of the contiguous set-in sleeves method developed by Susie Myers. First the yoke is worked back and forth to the final neck CO. When the neck shaping is complete, the yoke is worked in rounds to sleeve separation. The sleeve stitches are placed on hold and the underarm stitches are cast on. Then the body is worked in rounds to the ribbing. The sleeve stitches are then picked up again to work the sleeve in rounds, top down, to the cuffs. Neck finishing is worked last.
Each yarn pack contains the amount of yarn needed to complete the project in the selected size.
Knitting pattern not included in yarn pack.
1 (2, 3, 4, 5)(6, 7, 8, 9)
finished bust circumference:
35.75 (38.75, 42, 45, 48)(51.75, 55.5, 60.25, 64)“
89.5 (97, 105, 112.5, 120)(129.5, 139, 150.5, 160) cm
Suggested ease: 2 - 5” (5 - 12.5 cm)
Sample is worn with approximately 4” (10 cm) positive ease at bust
US 4 (3.5 mm) 16” (40 cm) and 32” (80 cm) circular needle and DPNs (or longer circular needle for magic loop) for neck, body and sleeve ribbing.
US 5 (3.75 mm) 24” (60 cm) and 32” (80 cm) circular needle and DPNs (or longer circular needle for magic loop) for body and sleeves.
needle sizes are suggestions, please make a gauge swatch to determine the needle size needed to get gauge
21 sts x 30 rows = 4” (10 cm) square in Stockinette stitch on larger needle after blocking.
Stitch holders or waste yarn, stitch markers (12) in different colors for shoulders (4), back increases (2), sleeve pattern (4) and front pattern (2), tapestry needle, blocking tools.
Pattern on ravelry.com
Photos: © Isabell Kraemer