Collett sweater // EN

kr 60,00



Pattern language: english 


Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL 

Circumference: 96 (104) 111 (119) 126 cm

Length: 52 (55) 58 (61) 64 cm centre front

Needle size: Circular needle 3,5 and 4,5 mm

Gauge: 16 sts/ 10 cm in stockinette stitch on needle 4,5. 20 sts/ 10 cm in rib on needle 3,5

Recommended yarn: Rauma Finull + double thread Rauma Plum
or: Rauma 3-trådsstrikkegarn + Rauma Plum

Amount of yarn:

Finull: 250 (250) 250 (300) 300 g + Plum: 175 (175) 200 (225) 225 g
or: 3-trådsstrikkegarn: 450 (450) 500 (500) 500 g + Plum: 100 (100) 100 (125) 125 g


Collett Sweater is a sweater with fine shoulder details and with a slim half- turtleneck. The armhole openings are slightly deeper and the body has a wide fit. The sleeves have a tight fit for a feminine look. The sweater is worked top down with increases at the body for the delicate shoulder details first, thereafter for body and sleeves at the same time. You finish the sweater with short rows at the back before the ribbing starts, so that it is longer at the back side. As the sweater is worked top down, you can easily adjust the length while knitting and no final sewing is necessary.


«Witre Design. En strikkers år»
This instruction has first been published in my book «En strikkers år», published by Cappelen Damm in February 2020. Once week after its publication, the book landed in 2nd place on the bestseller list for “general literature”. The book contains 30 instructions translated into Norwegian, Danish, German and Finnish. 


The blue sweater is worked in Rauma 3-trådsstrikkegarn 143 + single thread Plum 135. The light sweater is worked in Rauma Finull 4187 + double thread Plum 033. 


Size guide:
Choose a size that is approx. 15-20 cm wider (positive ease) than your chest circumference. The chest circumference is measured across the chest, right below the armhole opening. The stated measurements on the front page are for the finished garment.


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