Biches & Bûches Knitting Pattern Afterparty Sweater

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Biches & Bûches Knitting Pattern Afterparty Sweater

6,00

Biches & Bûches Knitting Pattern Afterparty Sweater

the pullover has a slight A-formed shape and colorwork at the cuffs and yoke that can be adapted to your own preferred color choices. It is worked seamlessly from the bottom up, in the round on a 3.5 mm / US 4 needle and can be knitted in Biches & Bûches le Cashmere & Lambswool or Le Petit Lambswool for more color options.

pattern sizes : S (M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL) (measurements below) (all sizes are detailed in the pattern !)

skill level : 2 out of 5
techniques : knit stitch + purl stitch + colorwork (fair isle)

construction : the sweater is knit from the bottom up, in the round, in stocking / stockinette stitch. it features a stranded yoke and a pattern at the cuffs.

dimensions of the finished pullover : 
finished chest measurements:
S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL = 37 (40, 44.25, 47.25, 51, 54.5)” / 92.5 (100, 111, 118, 127.5, 136.5) cm

full body length :
23.75, 23.75, 24.25, 24.75, 26.25, 26.75” / 60, 60, 61.5, 63, 66.5, 68 cm

the sample was knit in size M with 4–6” / 10–15 cm of positive ease

how to determine your size : you can take your favorite knitted sweater, worked in a yarn similar to the one you are considering, and measure its dimensions. it may not have the exact same shape, but it will give you an idea of the size to choose ! a sweater in thin wool is often designed a little loose, so it is best to choose a slightly larger than smaller size, and the biches & bûches designs are actually not intended to be worn tight.

designed by astrid at the biches & bûches atelier

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Craft

Language

English

Description

Biches & Bûches are Astrid, Caroline & Louise, a Scandinavian family who settled in France (together with Jørgen and Boubi the cat). They create knitting kits with beautiful natural wool for the heartfelt moments of going slow, putting thoughts and feelings into a single stitch and to the next, being part of making one’s wardrobe and being part of something bigger.

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Brand

Craft

Language

English