Single patterns

ANCHER’S SWEATER FOR ADULTS

Current version: 6 (US 6)
If you have the pattern in version 1 – 3 (see the last page of the pattern), write to isager@isagerstrik.dk and receive an updated version. Do you have version 3 see corrections below:

MATERIALS
500 (550, 600, 650) g Isager Jensen Yarn, Color 6s or 101
150 (200, 200, 200) g Isager Alpaca 1, Color Eco 7s or 100
One strand of each yarn is held together throughout the knitting.
OR
500 (550) 600 (650) g Isager Highland – with 2 strands held
together.

Page 7
NECKLINE
After working a raglan decrease round and when there are 140 stitches on the needle, work to 11 stitches of the center Front and slip them to a stitch holder. After working the raglan decreases 28 (31, 34, 37) times, there are now 142 (146, 146, 142) stitches on the needle. Break the yarn. Slip stitches to reach the 11 stitches at the center Front and slip these 11 stitches to a stitch holder.
The Front neckline will be shaped using short rows. Since there are many ways to work short rows, choose your preferred method. German short row technique will be described using TURN to indicate the turning point of the round. Continue to work raglan shaping decreases on RS while working neckline shaping with short rows as follows: With a new strand of yarn begin after the 11 center stitches on a holder and work across the round while decreasing the raglan stitches until reaching 3 (4, 4, 5) stitches before the center 11 stitches on a holder, work across in established pattern to the center Front, TURN, work in pattern with WS facing to toward the other side of the center Front until reaching 3 (4, 4, 5) stitches before the center stitches on the holder, TURN, work in pattern with RS facing to 3 (4, 4, 5) stitches before last turned stitch (include the turned stitch in the stitch count), TURN, work in pattern with WS facing to 3 (4, 4, 5) stitches before last turned stitch, TURN.
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ANNE MARIE’S SOCKS

HEEL
The heel is worked in rib.
Place the 30 sts from the two backmost double-pointed needles on one needle, and work the heel back and forth as follows:
*Slip 1 stitch purl-wise, work [k2, p2] 7 times, k1, turn*.
Repeat from * to * a total of 24 times. The heel now measures approx. 7 cm [2¾ inches], and there are 12 slipped stiches along each edge of the heel flap.
Now work the heel turn in stockinette stitch as follows:
(The decreases are worked as k2tog on the RS and as p2tog on the WS).
Work 17 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 5 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 6 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 7 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 8 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 9 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Work 10 sts, work 2 sts together – turn.
Continue decrease until there are 18 sts on the needle, which are again distributed between 2 double-pointed needles.
Next round:  Work 9 sts, pick up and knit 12 sts along the side of the heel flap, work across 2 double-pointed needles in pattern (30 sts), pick up and knit 12 sts along the other side of the heel flap, work 9 sts.
Now begin working in pattern again starting with Round 7 of the pattern, while working gusset decreases on every other round – adjust the pattern at the decreases.

April

Skirt:
Rnd 1 and all uneven rnds: * P4(5) – K1 tbl – P4(5) – K9 *. Rep from * to *.
Rnd 2: * P4(5) – K1 tbl – P4(5) – yo – K3 – Sl1 pwise wyab – K2tog – psso – K3 – yo *. Rep from * to *.
Rnd 4: * P4(5) – K1 tbl – P4(5) – K1 – yo – K2 – Sl1 pwise wyab – K2tog – psso – K2 – yo – K1 *. Rep from * to *.
Rnd 6: * P4(5) – K1 tbl – P4(5) – K2 – yo – K1 – Sl1 pwise wyab – K2tog – psso – K1 – yo – K2 *. Rep from * to *.
Rnd 8: * P4(5) – K1 tbl – P4(5) – K3 – yo – Sl1 pwise wyab – K2tog – psso – yo – K3 *. Rep from * to *.

BABETTE’S FEAST

Current version: 4 (US 3)

MEASUREMENTS:
Chest circumference, unblocked: 100 (108) 116 cm or 39 (42.5, 46) inches
Chest circumference, blocked: 114 (130, 146) cm or 45 (51, 57) inches
Circumference at Lower Edge, unblocked: 92 (100, 108) cm or 36 (39, 42,5) inches
Circumference at Lower Edge, blocked: 100 (116, 132) cm 39 (46, 52) inches
Length: 60 (63, 66) cm or 24 (25, 26) inches
Sleeve length from underarm: 40 – 45 cm or 16 – 18 inches

FRONT, page 6, 2nd column, 2nd paragrah:
When the work measures 53 (55, 56) cm in length, place the center 12 stitches on a holder or separate strand of yarn and finish each half separately.

SLEEVES
Pick up 102 (112) 122 stitches evenly spaced along the armhole edge of the Front and Back, but do not include the 8 bound off stitches at each side.
Work in pattern as done for the lower portion of the Body as follows:
Row 1 (WS): K1, P1, *K2, P4, K2, P2* repeat from * to * until 10 stitches remain, K2, P4, K2, P1, K1.
Row 2 (RS): *K2, P2, K4, P2* repeat from * to * until 2 stitches remain, K2.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 once more, then repeat Row 1.
Begin decreases at each side of the Sleeve alternating between every 6., (4., 4., 2p), 4. rows and place the decreases immediately before the two edge stitches.

BABY SWADDLING BLANKET

Current version: 2 (US 2)
Correction to diagram on page 3:

Barcelona

MATERIALS
100 (150) g Isager Hør Organic, Color Indigo
100 (100) g Isager Hør Organic, Colors Linen and Khaki
50 g Isager Hør Organic, Colors Camel, Nougat and Ink

Bear

Page 6:
The sweater is knitted from the bottom up, back and sleeves are worked to the armholes.

Blue

Current version: 3 (US 3)
Page 5:

YARN
300 (300) g Isager Tweed col Navy or Turquise
150 (150) g Isager Silk Mohair col 47 or 44
The two yarns are held tog throughout

Brick sweater

Current version: 3 (US 3)

UK (A4):

Page 9, column 1, line 30

Change Spinni color B with color E and color D and cast on new sts as follows:

Page 9, column 2, line 11

Row 2: Work k1, purl 16 (16) 16 (16) 16 sts with color D, change to color E and purl 16 (19) 22 (25) 28 sts, change to color A and work sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1.

Page 9, 2nd column
FRONT
Join the right and left shoulders to form the front as follows:
Row 1 (RS): Work k2, p1, k1, p1, k1 with colour A, change to colour E and knit 16 (19) 22 (25) 28 sts, change to colour D and knit 17 (17) 17 (17) 17 sts, continue in colour D and continue across the left front as follows: Knit 30 (33) 36 (39) 42 sts, change to colour A and work 6 sts in rib.
.
(page 9, 5th line from the bottom)
The next stripe is worked with Spinni colour A for the rib and colour E and A for the stockinette stitch as follows:
Row 1 (RS): k1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1 with colour A, and knit with colour A 32 (35) 38 (41) 44 sts, change to colour E and knit 31 (34) 37 (40) 43 sts, change to colour A and k1, p1, k1, p1, k2.
Row 2: Work k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif with colour A, purl 31 (33) 36 (39) 41 sts with colour E, change to colour A and purl 32 (35) 38 (41) 44 sts, and work with colour A sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1.

Page 10, 1st column
Size S and M only
The armholes have now been completed and the work measures approx. 29 (29) cm [11 1/2 (11 1/2) inches] from the shoulder seam.
Continue in stripes in stockinette stitch without rib at the sides, while working decreases at the sides at the same time as follows:

Page 10, 2nd column, 11th line from the bottom
Size L, XL and XXL only
Continue in stripes in stockinette stitch without rib at the sides, while working decreases at the sides at the same time as follows (RS): K1, ssk, knit to the last 3 sts, k2tog, k1.

Page 12, 1st column, 1st line
Change the Spinni colour and work 8 rows where you knit to the last 21 sts on the needle colour A, change to colour B and knit to the end of the row.

US (letter size):

Page 9, column 1, line 24
Change Spinni color B with color E and color D and cast on new sts as follows:

Page 9, column 2, line 6
Row 2: Work k1, purl 16 (16) 16 (16) 16 sts with color D, change to color E and purl 16 (19) 22 (25) 28 sts, change to color A and work sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1.

Page 9, 2nd column
FRONT
Join the right and left shoulders to form the front as follows:
Row 1 (RS): Work k2, p1, k1, p1, k1 with colour A, change to colour E and knit 16 (19) 22 (25) 28 sts, change to colour D and knit 17 (17) 17 (17) 17 sts, continue in colour D and continue across the left front as follows: Knit 30 (33) 36 (39) 42 sts, change to colour A and work 6 sts in rib.
.
(page 9, 12th line from the bottom)
The next stripe is worked with Spinni colour A for the rib and colour E and A for the stockinette stitch as follows:
Row 1 (RS): k1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1 with colour A, and knit with colour A 32 (35) 38 (41) 44 sts, change to colour E and knit 31 (34) 37 (40) 43 sts, change to colour A and k1, p1, k1, p1, k2.
Row 2: Work k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif with colour A, purl 31 (33) 36 (39) 41 sts with colour E, change to colour A and purl 32 (35) 38 (41) 44 sts, and work with colour A sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1, sl1 wyif, k1.

Page 10, 1st column
Size S and M only
The armholes have now been completed and the work measures approx. 29 (29) cm [11 1/2 (11 1/2) inches] from the shoulder seam.
Continue in stripes in stockinette stitch without rib at the sides, while working decreases at the sides at the same time as follows:

Page 10, 2nd column, 8th line from the bottom
Size L, XL and XXL only
Continue in stripes in stockinette stitch without rib at the sides, while working decreases at the sides at the same time as follows (RS): K1, ssk, knit to the last 3 sts, k2tog, k1.

Page 12, 1st column, 4th line
Change the Spinni colour and work 8 rows where you knit to the last 21 sts on the needle colour A, change to colour B and knit to the end of the row.

Bring on the Night

Sleeve:
End by picking up and knitting 12 (15) sts across the last square = 104 (118) sts. Work back and forth in intarsia as before with squares that alternate betw having RS and WS facing and work cols according to diagram. On every 4th row cast off 1 st at both sides by knitting 2 sts tog just inside the first and last edge sts. Cont to dec until 52 (62) sts rem on row and sleeve measures 40 – 43 cm or desired length. On the larger size dec evenly space to 52 sts by knitting 2 sts tog for approx. every 6 sts.

Buttercup

BACK

Row 2: K1 – slip1 with yf ( = raised st) – K2 (3) – P6 – K2 (3) – slip1 – * knit into front, back and front of the same st to make 2 new sts – P3 tog *. Repeat from * to * 3 times = 12 sts – slip1 – K4(5) – P6 – K4 – P6 – K4 –P6 – K4(5) – slip1 – * Work front, back and front into the same st P3 tog*. Repeat from * to * 3 times = 12 sts – slip1 – K2 (3) – P6 – K2 (3) – slip1 – K1.

Row 9: K1 – K1 – P2 (3) – K6 – P2 (3) – K1 – P12 – K1 – P2 (3) – K2 tog – K2 – M1P – P1 – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – K2 tog – K2 – M1P – P1 – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – K2 tog – K2 – M1P – P1 – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – P2 (3) – K1 – p12 – K1 – P2 (3) – K6 – P2 (3) – K1 – K1.

Row 11: K1 – K1 – P2 (3) – make cable – P2 (3) – K1 – P12 – K1 – P2 (3) – K3 – P1 – Make a bubble by knitting alternately into front and back of the next st until there are 8 sts in the same st. Now cast off by lifting the 2nd st over the 1st until there is only 1 st left on the needle. You now have 1 bubble. – P1 – make a cable over the next 6 sts at BACK of work – P1 – make 1 bubble – make cable over the next 6 sts at BACK of work – P1 – make 1 bubble – P1 – K3 – P2 (3) – K1 – P12 – K1 – P2 (3) – make cable – P2 (3) – K1 – K1.

Row 13: K1 – K1 – P2 (3) – K6 – P2 (3) – K1 – P12 – K1 – P2 (3) – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – P1 – K2 tog – K2 – M1P – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – P1 – K2 tog – K2 – M1P – M1P – K2 – K2 tog tbl – P1 – K2 tog tbl – K2 tog – M1P – P2 (3) – K1 – P12 – K1 – P2 (3) – K6 – P2 (3) – K1 – K1.

Cable 2

Current version: 3 (US 3)

200 (200) 250 (250) g Tvinni col 100
125 (125) 150 (150) g Silk Mohair col 60

CANNES

YARN FOR ELBOW PATCH:
Approx. 18 m [19 3/4 yds] yarn for embroidery in total, or 6 m [6 1/2 yds] in double yarn in each color with 1 strand of Isager Hør Organic and 1 strand of Isager Silk Mohair (here Hør Organic in colors Linen, Nougat and Indigo and Isager Silk Mohair in colors 0, 6, 28, 33, 44 and 62)
Buttons: 6 (6) 7 (7) approx.18 – 20 mm

Cherry

The latest version of this pattern is Version 8 (US 8).

150 (150) 200 (200) g Isager Alpaca 1 col. Peach
150 (200) 200 (200) g Isager Trio col. Powder

SWATCH, page 4, 2nd column
Change to a 3 mm (US2 1/2) needle and continue in rib:
Row 1 (WS): K1 – *K1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k2.
Row 2: *k1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k1.

FRONT, page 5, 2nd column
Continue in rib:
Row 1 (WS): K1 – *K1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k2.
Row 2: *k1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k1.

BACK, page 6, 2nd column
Continue in rib:
Row 1 (WS): K1 – *K1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k2.
Row 2: *k1, p1*. Repeat from * to *. End with k1.

NECKLINE, page 6
Short row 7 and 8: Work to 5 (6) 6 (6) sts before the yarn over, turn, yarn over and work to end of row.
This line is to be deleted from the pattern.

Page 7
SLEEVES
Left sleeve: Cast on 61 (65) 69 (69) sts on a 2,5 mm (US1½) needle with one strand of each yarn held together. Cast on using the Italian cast-on method and cast on over only one needle, to ensure that the cast on does not become to loose. Work 4 rows of double knitting the same as on the front, then work rib:
Row 1 (WS): K1 – *K1, p1 *. Repeat from * to *. End with k1.
Row 2: *k1, p1 *. Repeat from * to *. End with k2.

Size M: Change to a 3 mm (US2,5) needle and continue in stockinette stitch, while working 3 increases evenly across the first RS row. There are now 68 sts on the needle. Now work an increase row every other RS row a total of 23 times as follows (RS): K1, M1R, knit to the last stitch, M1L, k1.

Page 8
SLEEVES
Right side (toward back)
A total of 27 (30) 33 (36) sts have been bound off over 48 (52) 56 (60) rows.

Left side (toward front)
AT THE SAME TIME bind off 8 (8) 12 (12) sts every WS row once, then 2 sts every WS row once and then 1 stitch every other WS row a total of 4 (4) 5 (5) times. Then bind off 1 stitch every WS row a total of 12 (13) 14 (15) times.(following line deleted)
Size M: Continue binding off 2 sts every WS row once
Size L: Continue binding off 2 sts every WS row twice
Size XL: Continue binding off 2 sts every WS row 3 times
A total of 27 (30) 37 (40) times have been bound off over 48 (52) 56 (60) rows.
There are now 52 (54) 52 (54) sts left on the needle.

PLEAT 2: Again slip the next 8 sts on a double-pointed needle (A) – slip the following 8 sts onto a second double-pointed needle (B) – fold needle A and B into a V pointing away from you (opposite of before), then hold parallel behind the next 8 sts. Knit through all 3 sets = PLEAT 2.
Knit 2 (3) 2 (3) sts and bind off the remaining 20 (22) 20 (22) sts from the WS.

 

Chilly

The latest version of this pattern is Version 3 (US 3)

RECOMMENDED NEEDLES
3.5mm and 3mm for rib edges on sleeves

CONSTRUCTION NOTES
The cardigan is worked back and forth in one piece to underarms. Here work is divided into fronts and back and each part is then worked separately.
The sleeves are worked top down and stitches for the sleeves are picked up and knitted along armhole. The sleeves are finished with a tight cuff.
The back has a bottom edge that is narrower than the rest. After the first twenty-three rows increases are made and after that the rest of the back can be worked in the same pattern as on fronts and sleeves. This edge prevents the back from gaping at the bottom.

 

Clouds of Sills Maria

The latest version of this pattern is Version 3 (US 3)

YARN
Col A: 250 g Isager Highland col Sand
Col A: 150 g Isager Alpaca 1 col 2s Eco
or
Col. A: 300 g Isager Tweed col Winter Grey

Col B: 10 g Isager Highland col Clay
Col B: 10 g Isager Alpaca 1 col 8s Eco
Col C: 10 g Highland col Sky
Col C: 10 g Isager Alpaca 1 col 4s
Col D: 15 g Isager Alpaca 2 col 0 Eco
Col D: 10 g Isager Alpaca 1 col 0 Eco
Col E: 10 g Isager Highland col Charcoal
Col E: 10 g Isager Alpaca 1 col 30
Always work with one thread of each yarn held together OR with 1 thread Isager Tweed

DUNE

The latest version of this pattern is Version 5 (US 5)

SLEEVES
Page 7, 1st column:
Next round: K1, M1, knit 14 (16) 16 (18) sts, [*p1, k1*. Repeat from * to * 10 more times, p1 (note that this is a continuation of the rib on the cuff)], knit 14 (16) 16 (18) sts, M1, K2.

SLEEVE
Page 7, column 1, line 18
There are now a total of 80 (90) 94 (102) sts on the needle and the sleeve measures 41 (42) 43 (43,5) cm [16 1/4 (16 1/2) 17 (17 1/4) inches].

SLEEVES
Page 7, 2nd colum:
Decrease in this way every 4th round a total of 5 (5) 5 (5) times, then every 2nd rnd a total of 26 (28) 30 (32) times.

YOKE
Now join the body and sleeves for the yoke on a 4 mm [US6] circular needle. Begin with the back and work as follows: K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, knit 91 (95) 99 (103) sts, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1. Join the left sleeve and work as follows: P1, k1, p1, k1, p1, knit 19 (21) 23 (25) sts, work sleeve rib as established, knit 19 (21) 23 (25) sts, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1. Work front as follows: K1, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, knit 91 (95) 99 (103) sts, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, k1. Join the right sleeve and work as follows: P1, k1, p1, k1, p1, knit 19 (21) 23 (25) sts, work sleeve rib as established, knit 19 (21) 23 (25) sts, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1.
There are now a total of 348 (364) 380 (396) sts on the needle.

Field

The latest version of this pattern is Version 2 (US 2)

SWATCH
Row 14: K7, M1L, k2, p4, k2, M1R, k7

SLEEVES, page 8

SLEEVES
Place the 92 (96) 100 (104) sleeve sts on a 3.5 mm [US4] circular needle. Pick up and knit 4 (8) 8 (10) sts at the underarm with the correct color.
There are now a total of 100 (108) 112 (118) sts on the needle.
Join in the round and place a marker on both sides of the middle 4 sts of the newly picked up sts at the underarm. The marker after the 4 sts marks the beginning of the round.

Work in the round in stockinette stitch and stripes the same as in the body, while working decreases every 6th round a total of 19 (20) 21 (22) times as follows: K2tog, knit to 2 sts before marker, ssk, k4.

There are now a total of 62 (68) 70 (74) sts on the needle.

Work 5 rounds after the last decrease round. The sleeve now measures approx. 36,5 (38) 39,5 (41) cm [14 1/4 (15) 15 1/2 (16 1/4) inches] measured from the armhole. End with 2 rounds in color B, and decrease evenly to 62 (68) 70 (74) sts on the last of these 2 rounds.
Change to 3 mm [US2 1/2] needles and work 5 cm [2 inches] in rib (k1, p1). Bind off using the Italian bind-off technique the same on the body.

Knit the second sleeve the same as the first.

 

FOREST

Materials:
250 (300) 300 (350) g Isager Merilin in color 7s
150 (200) 200 (250) g Isager Trio in color Camel

FREYJA

RAGLAN PLACKET with cables and button holesNow work button hole placket, which runs along raglan and continues up into collar. Cast on 3 sts on 3.5 mm needles using one thread of each quality.
Row 1: Kf&b in first st, K1, Kf&b in last st = 5 sts.
Row 2: K1, Kf&b in 2nd st, Kf&b in 3rd st, Kf&b in 4th st, K1 = 8 sts.
Row 3: K1, M1, K6, M1, K1 = 10 sts.
Row 4: K1, M1, P3, K2, P3, M1, K1 = 12 sts.
Row 5: K1, M1, K10, M1, K1 = 14 sts.
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Gavstrik Shawl

The pattern has been rewritten. Please check that you have VERSION 2, 23.02.2022 (see last page). If not, please contact us: lb@isagerstrik.dk

 

Diagram

Helga Cardigan

Page 5, 2nd column:
Row 18: SL1 pwise wyif – SL1 pwise wyab – K2 – psso – P2 – K19 – M1 – K2 – * P2 – SL1 pwise wyab – K2 – psso – P2 * (= raglan) – K2 – M1 – K22 – M1 – K2 – * P2 – SL1 pwise wyab – K2 – psso – P2 * (= raglan) – K2 – M1 – K42 – M1 – K2 – * P2 – SL1 pwise wyib – K2 – psso – P2 * (= raglan) – K2 – M1 – K22 – M1 – K2 – * P2 – SL1 pwise wyab – K2 – psso – P2 * (= raglan) – K2 – M1 – K19 – P2 – SL1 pwise wyab – K2 – psso – K1.

Page 6, 1st column:
Cont in patt as set with increases on both sides of raglan sts on every RS row (= plus 8 sts on each RS row), until a total of 16 (18: 20) ’cables’ have been worked on front edges. 422 (454: 486) sts.

(…) Now divide sts into body and sleeves (divide in each raglan cable with 3 sts for body and sleeve respectively):

Work right front’s 57 (61: 65) sts – knit 3 raglan sts – place right sleeve’s 3 raglan sts + 88 (96: 104) sts + 3 raglan sts on a holder – cast on 7 new sts in continuation of front’s 60 (64: 68) sts and then knit back’s 3 raglan sts + 108 (116: 124) sts + 3 raglan sts. Place left sleeve’s 3 raglan sts + 88 (96: 104) sts + 3 raglan sts on a holder and again cast on 7 new sts. Knit left front’s 3 raglan sts + work the 57 (61: 65) sts and continue to make button holes.

Now work back and forth across body’s 248 (264: 280) sts, (…)

Page 6, 2nd column:
SLEEVES both the same,
There are now 101 (109: 117) sts on needle.

(…) there are 51 (57: 63) sts on needle.

PLEASE NOTE! On sizes S and L decrease a further 2 sts evenly spaced to make number of sts fit with K2 – P2 rib. 49 (57: 61) sts.

Helle cardigan

Current version: 2

BACK/FRONTS
(…)
Now separate work into fronts and back: 12 (13) 14 patt rep for right front (= 51 (55) 59 sts) – 23 (25) 27 patt rep for back (= 91 (99) 107 sts) – 12 (13) 14 patt rep for left front (= 51 (55) 59 sts).

Helsinki

Materials should be: 450 (500) 550 (600) g Isager Alpaca 3, colour 42

Special Abbreviation
(…)
Sl1 wyib = Slip 1 stitch purl-wise with the yarn held to the front.

BACK, BODY AND SLEEVES (…)
Row 2: Sl1 wyif – p3 – *k1 – p3*. Repeat from * to * 17 (18) 19 (20) times in total. End with k3.

Page 8 in pattern:
Size M: K2, p1, k2tog, work 8 sts in rib, sk2p, work 4 sts in rib, k3tog, work 9 sts in rib, k3tog, work 4 sts in rib, sk2p, work 8 sts in rib, k2tog, p1, k2.
Size L: K2, p1, k2tog, work 12 sts in rib, sk2p, work 4 sts in rib, k3tog, work 3 sts in rib, k3tog, work 3 sts in rib, k3tog, work 4 sts in rib, sk2p, work 12 sts in rib, k2tog, p1, k2.

Page 9 in pattern, Left Side
Row 7: K3, k1, p1, *k3, p1*. Repeat from * to * 10 (10) 11 (11) more times, k2, lift the strand of yarn with the marker onto the left needle and knit it together with the next stitch tbl, p1, k3, p1, turn.

Page 9 in pattern, Back, Body and Sleeve
(…)
Row 1 (RS): Sl1 wyib, *k3, p1*. Repeat from * to * 16 (17) 18 (19) more times, k6.

Row 3: Sl1 wyib, k1, *p1, k3 *. Repeat from * to * 16 (17) 18 (19) more times, p1, k4.

Page 10 in pattern, Cuff
Size M: K1, p1, k1, p2tog, work 8 sts in rib, k3tog, work 4 sts in rib, sk2p, work 9 sts in rib, sk2p, work 4 sts in rib, k3tog, work 8 sts in rib, p2tog, k1, p1, k1.
Size L: K1, p1, k1, p2tog, work 12 sts in rib, k3tog, work 4 sts in rib, sk2p, work 3 sts in rib, sk2p, work 3 sts in rib, sk2p, work 4 sts in rib, k3tog, work 12 sts in rib, p2tog, k1, p1, k1.

Measurement: Total length should not be 56 cm, but 52,5:

Hill

Chart 1

BACK
Work the back the same as the front but with-out dividing the work for the V-neck.
Work short rows the same as for the front but across both shoulders at the same time. Then place the center 29 (29) 29 (29) sts on a stitch holder for the back neck edge

Hvidsten

Current version: 3 (US 3)

COLLAR
Transfer the Back neckline stitches to a short circular knitting needle and pick up stitches along the Front neckline, about 64 stitches in total on the needle.

SLEEVES
(…)
After the sleeve stitches are picked up, mark 2 stitches at the underside of the sleeve and then mark 10 (12, 14, 16) stitches away on each side of the two marked stitches. The 2 marked stitches are described above and the other marked stitches identify the decreased stitches along the sleeve length shaping. If the final sleeve length is desired to be 50 (47, 47, 45) cm and the sleeve cuff band is 5 (5, 6, 7) cm, then the sleeve shaping decreases occur over 45 (42, 41, 38) cm or 90 (84, 82, 76) pattern rows, which is a frequency of decreases every 8th (6th, 4th, 4th) row.

Kirsten shirt

Current version: 2 (US 2)

Page 13, 1th column
Row 7: *Purl to marker, turn stitch after marker by slipping knit-wise from left to right needle and then placing back onto left needle, lift the strand of yarn with the marker onto the left needle, remove the marker, and work the strand and the turned stitch p2tog through the back loop.* Repeat from * to * at all markers, purl to end of row.
Place the remaining 24 (26) 26 (30) 30 (30) sts on a stitch holder.

Page 13, 2nd column
Left shoulder
Work with colour A.
Row 1 (RS): Knit 34 (36) 36 (40) 40 (40) sts, bind off 19 (23) 23 (23) 23 (23) sts evenly, knit to the last 6 (7) 7 (7) 7 (7) sts on the needle, turn.
Let the first 34 (36) 36 (40) 40 (40) sts rest on the needle for the right shoulder. Work back and forth across the last 34 (36) 36 (40) 40 (40) sts for the left shoulder while working short rows.
Row 2 (WS): Place marker around working yarn, purl to last stitch, k1.
(…)

Page 13, 2nd column
Right shoulder
Work back and forth across the 34 (36) 36 (40) 40 (40) sts for the right shoulder with colour A as follows:
(…)

Laurel pullover

Current version: 3 (US 3)
Page 8

FRONT

(…)
Row 2 (decrease row): Knit to the last 9 sts on the needle, k2tog, p1, k1, p1, k1, p1, sl1 wyib, k1.
Continue as established in stockinette stitch with selvedge sts, while working a decrease every RS row a total of 9 times. A total of 10 sts have been decreased and 20 rows have been worked.
(…)

 

London

Current version: 2 (US 2)

MATERIALS
400 (450) 500 (550) g Isager Alpaca 3 color 43
or
400 (450) 500 (550) g Isager Jensen Yarn color 8s
125 (150) 175 (200) g Isager Silk Mohair color 63

Marrakech

Current version: 2 (US 2)

YARN
100 (100) 150 (150) g Bomulin = A
100 (100) 100 (100) g Japansk Bomuld = B
100 (100) 100 (100) g Trio = C

Page 5
NECK LINE
Cast on 70 (74: 76: 80) sts (incl. last st from triangle 3) using col A.

Midsummer Blouse

YARN
200 (250: 300: 350) g Isager Trio or
200 (200: 250: 300) g Isager Bomulin
Work with 2 strands of Trio held together or with 1 strand of Bomulin.

FRONT, second paragraph
Cont straight in patt according to chart and when work meas 39.5 cm (= 7.5 patt repeats) incl. 2cm rib (here the length can be altered. One patt rep = 5cm) cast off 10 sts for armholes at beg of next 2 rows (the first 10 sts from RS and the first 11 sts from WS).

NECKLINE SHAPING
When 2.5 (3: 3.5: 4) patt repeats have been worked following armhole cast off (= 40 (48: 56: 64) rows), place centre 4 patt repeats (= 34 sts) on a holder and now work each side separately = work upper 11 rows from chart with decreases at right AND left side.

Mouse

SLEEVES
With Spinni and a short circular needle, pick up and knit 68 (68) 78 (82) stitches evenly spaced around the armhole opening. Purl one round. Mark one stitch at the underarm. Begin working in the established pattern. On each side of the marked stitch, decrease one stitch every 8th (8th, 6th, 6th) round by knitting two stitches together before and after the marked stitch.

My Favourite Place

Page 3, 1st column: Suggestion for the colour combination in stripes should be:
A+E / E+C / C+F / F+B / B+D / D+C / C+E / E+A / A+D /

Ocean

Current version: 2 (US 2)

Page 3, Chart 2

Text to the left: Decrease left side
Text to the right: Decrease rigth side

PALERMO

Current version: 3

MATERIALS
250 (250) 250 (250 g) Isager Hør Organic col. Ink

Paris

Current version: 3 (US 3) Page 8, Armhole, last line RS rows: Work the first 2 sts as m sl1 wyif, k1 and Page 10 FINISHING Sleeves (…) Mark the center stitch on the sleeve itself and work back and forth in reverse stockinette stitch, while at the same time working decreases every WS row a total of 6 times as follows: Work to marked center stitch, SSK, k1 (center stitch), K2 tog, work to end of row. Page 10, 2nd column, Finishing – Sleeves, last paragraph: Mark the center stitch on the sleeve itself and work back and forth in reverse stockinette stitch, while at the same time working increases every WS row a total of 6 times as follows: Work to marked center stitch, SSK, k1 (center stitch), K2tog, work to end of row.

Pearls

MATERIALS

300 (350) 400 g Isager Spinni col 0
250 (250) 300 g Isager Alpaca 1 eco col 0

Polka Dress

Page 4 – 5:
Rep rows 1 – 4 a total of 0 (0) 3 (4) times = 23 (26) 32 (34) sts.
Cont as folls:
Row 1: K4, P18 (21) 26 (29), M1, P1, cast on 3 (4) 3 (4) new sts = 27 (31) 35 (39) sts.
Row 2: K27 (31) 35 (39).
Row 3: K4, P23 (27) 31 (35), cast on 4 (4) 4 (4) new sts = 31 (35) 39 (43) sts.
Work 5 (5) 7 (7) rows in st st.

Polka Romper

Page 3
Rep patt rows 18 to 31 until 13 (16) stripes have been worked using col A. The last row with col A (row 31) is worked as folls: Cast off 4 sts, K90 (106).

RELIEF FOR KIDS

SLEEVES

Pick up and knit 66 (66) 78 (78) sts (6 x 11 (11) 13 (13) sts) along the armhole edge with a short circular needle. Work 3 cm [1 1/4 inches] back and forth in pattern (same length as armhole), then join in the round and continue in pattern on a short circular needle or double-pointed needles. Mark the center 5 sts under the sleeve – see sleeve mark on chart. Work in pattern as on the body while working a decrease on both sides of the 5 marked sts every 4th (4th) 5th (5th) round until there are 30 (30) 40 (40) sts on the needle. Change to double-pointed needles when the circular needle becomes too big. Continue in pattern until the sleeve is 4-5 cm [1 1/2-2 inches] shorter than the desired final length. Change to a 4 mm [US6] needle and work 4-5 cm 4-5 cm [1 1/2-2 inches] in rib (k1, p1). Bind off using the Italian bind-off technique. Sew together the armhole and the 15 sts from the stitch holder for front and back.

RONJA AND BIRK

Page 3, BACK
(…..) Rep rows 1 and 2 until ribbing measures 3 cm. On last row (WS) inc evenly spaced to 80 (82) 90 sts in the foll way:

Size 5 years
2 sts in rib – M1 – 9 sts in rib – M1 – 12 sts in rib – M2 – 28 sts in rib – M2 – 12 sts in rib – M1 – 9 sts in rib – M1 – 2 sts in rib = 82 sts.

SAKE AND SOBA

Current version: 2

SLEEVES
Cont in patt, work inc rnd every 8 (7) th rnd 10 (11) more times, maintaining the first st of every rnd as a single slip-stitch column “seam”, and working new sts into patt on each side of this slip-stitch (see Notes) – 88 (96) sts. Work even in patt until 96 chart rnds have been completed, ending with Rnd 48 – 97 rnds total above end of rib; piece measures about 17 (17 1/2)” 43 (44,5) cm) from CO. Place “seam” st at beg of rnd and 7 sts on each side of it on holder – 15 (17) sts on holder with seam st in center. Place rem 73 (81) sts on separate holder.

Diagram text, page 3

SUGAR

The current version of SUGAR is version 5.

YARN
200 (200) 250 (250) g Isager Trio col Sage
250 (300) 350 (350) g Isager Merilin col 41

Page 6, 1 column, 3rd paragraph

Repeat Row 1 – 4, while working BUTTONHOLES the same way as on the swatch. On the first buttonhole row M1 increases are worked AT THE SAME TIME between each cable on the back (the same way as on the swatch), so there are now 5 sts in each garter stripe between the cables on both the fronts and the back. There are now a total of 219 (247) 275 (303) sts on the needle

SWATCH
With both strands held together, cast on 22 stitches and work the first row from the WS as follows:
Row 1 (WS): Work the edge stitch by slipping the first stitch purlwise through back loop from the left needle to the right needle, wyif slip 1 purlwise, K5, P2, K4, P2, K5, wyif slip 1 purlwise, K1.
Row 2 (RS): Work edge stitch, knit to end of row.
Row 3 (WS): Work as Row 1.
Row 4: (RS): Work as Row 2 but work 2×2 cable in the two locations of stockinette stitches.
The 2×2 cable can be done using a cable needle or it can be done without a cable needle as follows: knit into the second stitch, then knit into the first stitch and then slip the stitches off the left needle.
Work these 4 rows twice.

Then introduce a buttonhole into the established pattern as follows:
Work Row 1.
Work RS buttonhole row: Work edge stitch, K4, YO, K2tog, knit to end of row.
Work WS buttonhole row: Work edge stitch, wyif slip 1 purlwise, K5, P2, K4, P2, K5, wyif slip 1 purlwise, K1.
Work Row 4.
Next row (WS): Sl2 wyif, k3, yarn over, k1, p2, k5, p2, k5, sl1 wyif, k1.
The buttonhole is placed close to the cable and will fit perfectly with a button that is sewn onto the middle of the garter edge on the opposite front. Always take care not to place the buttonholes in the middle of an edge, as it is the side of the buttonhole closest to the edge that the button will lean against.
Now continue in pattern as before, but remember that there are now also 5 sts in the middle stripe and a total of 23 sts on the needle.
When Row 1 – 4 have been worked 6 times, work Row 1 again and then work a row with a buttonhole the same way as before – there are 9 garter ridges between each buttonhole.
When Row 1 – 4 have been worked 9 times, work Row 1 again and then bind off from the RS.
Measure the swatch, which should now measure 9 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches]. If the swatch is too small, larger needles are needed to achieve the correct gauge. If the swatch is too large, smaller needles are needed to achieve the correct gauge.

….

BACK

(…)

Work a total of 12 (19) 19 (26) decrease rows, then continue straight in pattern across the remaining 81 (81) 95 (95) sts (11 (11) 13 (13) x 7 sts + 4 sts) in pattern, with a cable + a garter stitch (which is used for seaming together the jacket) at each edge. Continue until the armholes measure 20 (21) 22 (23) cm [7 3/4 (8 1/4) 8 3/4 (9) inches], then mark the center 23 (23) 25 (25) sts for the back of the neck and work short rows to shape the shoulders. There are 29 (29) 35 (35) sts on each shoulder.

SUMMER FAN

MATERIALS
250 (300, 350) g Isager Merlin
8 (9, 10) buttons – 20 mm or 3/4 inch diameter

SWAN

MEASUREMENTS
Sleeve length to armhole: 43 (43) 39,5 (38) cm

SLEEVES
Cast on 46 (46) 50 (50) sts on a 4.5 mm [US7] needle using the Italian cast-on technique.
Work double knitting and rib the same way as on the body until the cuff measures 5 (5) 7 (5) cm [2 (2) (2) inches].
Size M-L: Work increases every 4th round a total of 26 times – a total of 104 rounds have been worked. There are now a total of 102 sts on the needle and the sleeve measures 39,5 cm [15½
inches].
Size L-XL: Work increases alternately every 4th and 5th round a total of 30 times – a total of 105 rounds have been worked. There are now a total of 110 sts on the needle and the sleeve measures 38 cm [15 inches].

SWIRL

Current version: 3 (US 2)

Page 4

CONSTRUCTION
The blouse has deep raglans and an oversize fit.
The design is worked from the bottom up.
The sleeves and body are worked separately and then joined for the yoke, which is worked in the round with raglan decreases on front and back. The sleeves are worked straight and then double decreases are worked at the shoulders to gather the tops of the sleeves. Stitches are picked up and knitted along the neck edge and a wide rib is worked, the same as on the body and sleeves.

Page 7
YOKE
(…)
Repeat Short row 11 and 12 another 3 times.
All raglan decreases have now been worked.
Next row (RS): Knit to the first marker on the working yarn on the left shoulder, lift the strand of yarn with the marker onto the left needle and knit it together with the next stitch. Continue as established to the middle of the front.

Page 7
NECK EDGE
Now continue in the round in rib (k1, p1) across the 150 (150) 154 (154) 162 (162) sts for the neck edge. Adjust the rib, so the knit sts of the raglan sts continue unbroken up through the rib. Work a total of 6 rows in rib in color A. Change to color B and work 2 rows in stockinette stitch. Change to color A and work 1 row in stockinette stitch and then work 5 rows in rib (k1, p1).
Change to color B and work 1 row in stockinette stitch. Now work 1 row, where you work k2tog across each raglan. There are now a total of 146 (146) 150 (150) 158 (158) sts on the needle.
Change to color A and work 4 rows in rib. End with 4 rounds in double knitting, before binding off using the Italian bind off technique.

TAN TOP AND SHORTS

Current version: 3 (US 3)

Page 4

MEASUREMENTS
Half chest circumference:
42 (45) 48 (51) cm [16 1/2 (17 3/4) 19 (20) inches]
Length, body from armhole down: 32 cm [12 1/2 inches]
Armhole depth: 23 (25) 26,5 (26,5) cm [9 (9 3/4) 10 1/2 (10 1/2) inches]
Total length: 55 (57) 58,5 (58,5) cm [21 3/4 (22 1/2) 23 (23) inches]

Page 7

SWATCH

Cast on 30 sts on a 3 mm [US2½] needle with one strand of each yarn held together using the Twisted cast on technique.
Work back and forth in rib as follows:
Row 1 (RS): *k2, p2*. Repeat from * to *. End with k2.
Row 2: K1, p1, *k2, p2*. Repeat from * to *. End with k2, p1, k1.
Repeat Row 1 and 2 until the rib measures approx. 3 cm [1 1/4 inches].
End on a WS row.

Page 9, 1st column

While AT THE SAME TIME working decreases at the end of RS row (for V-neck) alternately every 2nd and every 4th RS row a total of 28 (30) 32 (32) times.

Page 9

RIGHT FRONT

Work back and forth across the right front while at the same time working decreases along the center front as follows:
Row 1 (RS): K3, p2, k1, ssk, knit 35 (39) 43 (43) sts, k2tog, k1, p2, k3.
Row 2: Sl3 wyif, k2, purl 39 (43) 47 (47) sts, k2, p2, k1.
Row 3: K3, p2, k1, ssk, knit 35 (39) 43 (43) sts, k2tog, k1, p2, k3.
Row 4: Sl3 wyif, k2, purl 37 (41) 45 (45) sts, k2, p2, k1.
Row 5: K3, p2, knit 37 (41) 45 (45) sts, p2, k3.
Row 6: Work as Row 4.
There are now a total of 47 (51) 55 (55) sts on the needle.

Continue as established and work decreases at the end on RS rows (for the armhole) on every 4th row a total of 2 (4) 6 (6) times, then on every 6th row a total of 2 (2) 2 (2) times, then on every 8th row a total of 2 (2) 2 (2) times, and finally on every 10th row a total of 3 (3) 3 (3) times. A total of 11 (13) 15 (15) armhole decreases have been worked.

While AT THE SAME TIME working decreases at the beginning of RS row (for V-neck) alternately every 2nd and every 4th RS row a total of 28 (30) 32 (32) times.

(…)

AT THE SAME TIME, after the 22nd row, no longer work a garter stitch edge stitch at the neck edge, as the wedge stops here. There are now a total of 38 (41) 45 (45) sts on the needle.

Size S, L and XL:Row 23: Sl1 wyif, k2, p2, knit 28 (-) 32 (32) sts, k2tog, k1, p2, k3.
Row 24: Sl3 wyif, k2, purl 27 (-) 34 (34) sts, k2, sl2 wyif, k1.

Size M:
Row 23: Sl1 wyif, k2, p2, knit – (31) – (-) sts, k2tog, k1, p2, k3.
Row 24: Sl3 wyif, k2, purl – (31) – (-) sts, k2, sl2 wyif, k1.

All sizes:
Continue as established working decreases for the V-neck and for the armhole as described above.
When all the decreases have been worked there are 12 (12) 12 (12) sts left on the needle.

Page 12, 1st column

Now work decreases as follows:
Row 5 (WS): K1, purl 52 (55) 58 (61) sts, 10 sts in rib, purl 72 (75) 78 (81) sts, k1.
Row 6: K2, ssk, knit 69 (72) 75 (78) sts, 10 sts in rib, knit 49 (52) 55 (58) sts, k2tog, k2.
Row 7: K1, purl 51 (54) 57 (60) sts, 10 sts in rib, purl 71 (74) 77 (80) sts, k1.
Row 8: K2, ssk, knit 68 (71) 74 (77) sts,
10 sts in rib, knit 52 (55) 58 (61) sts.
Row 9: K1, purl 51 (54) 57 (60) sts, 10 sts in rib, purl 70 (73) 76 (79) sts, k1.
Row 10: K2, ssk, knit 67 (70) 73 (76) sts, 10 sts in rib, knit 48 (51) 54 (57) sts, k2tog, k2.
There are now a total of 131 (137) 143 (149) sts on the needle.

Page 14, 1st column

AT THE SAME TIME, when a total of 9 (10) 11 (12) decreases on every 4th row have been worked for the back, and 2 row has been worked after the last decrease, short rows are worked to raise the back of the shorts.

There are now a total of 102 (106) 110 (114) sts on the needle.

TEXTURE VEST

Current version: 5 (US 5)

Page 6, middle of 2nd column SWATCH Change to a 6.5 mm [US10 1/2] needle and continue in rib as follows: Row 1 (RS): K1, *k1, p1*. Repeat from * to * and end with k1. Row 2: *K1, p1*. Repeat from * to * and end with k2. Repeat Row 1 and 2 until the rib measures approx. 3 cm [1 1/4 inches] (end on a WS row). Work in pattern from Chart 1, and then work Chart 2 once. Bind off loosely. Gently wash the swatch and carefully press out as much water as possible without wringing it. Block the swatch with needles approx. 2 cm [3/4 inch] apart along the edges on a soft surface, being careful not to pull the swatch out of shape. Let it dry completely before removing the needles.

Page 7, bottom of 1st column CONSTRUCTION (…) Work in pattern as follows: Row 1 (RS): Work 8 sts in rib (as on Row 1 above), work the pattern repeat for Chart 1 (starting with Pattern Row 1) to the last 8 sts, work 8 sts in rib (as on Row 1 above). Row 2: Work 8 sts in rib (as on Row 2 above), k1, work the pattern repeat for Chart 1 to the last 8

Page 9, top of 1st column
RIGHT FRONT
Work back and forth across the 40 (46) sts for the right front continuing in the pattern for Chart 2, while working decreases for the armhole at the same time as follows:
Row 2 (WS): K2, p1, p2tog, work in pattern to end of row (the first stitch is a garter selvedge stitch, which is knitted on all rows, and is used for picking up and knitting sts later).

Page 10, 1st column
BACK
Continue straight in pattern with a garter selvedge stitch at both ends of the needle until all the rows of the pattern repeat have been worked a total of 4 (4.5) times, meaning a total of 48 (54) rows have been worked on the armhole. End on Pattern Row 7 (1), which is a RS row.

Page 11

BUTTON LOOPS Crochet 13 chain sts with a size 5 crochet hook with one strand of each yarn held together. Turn, skip the first stitch and work 12 slip sts. Join to create a ring by pulling the yarn through the first chain stitch. Break the yarn. Crochet 4 button loops in this way. Sew the loops inside the 8 sts of the right front edge, distributed evenly. The top loop is placed just below where the decreases for the neck begin.

The English Patient

STRIPE, page 4:
Change to col 23s. * Kfb in first st and knit to top st = centre st. M1 on both sides of the top st and again Kfb in last st. Knit back *. Rep from * to * until 3 garter ridges have been worked = 6 rows in col 23s. Cont with col 32s and work 17 ridges. Then work 1 ridge with col 52s and 3 ridges with col 23s.

TRIANGLE 17:
Work 3 garter ridges = 6 rows as before. Make 1 new st at beg and end of every RS row and knit 2 sts tog on both sides of centre st at top of square 7. Change to col 32s. When 8 ridges = 16 rows (half of stripe) have been worked with col 32s, now K2tog at beg of each row until a total of 16 ridges have been worked. Cont with the dec at beg and end of every RS row and on both sides of the centre st, but work 1 ridge with col 52s and 3 ridges with col 23s. row until a total of 16 ridges have been worked. Cont with the dec at beg and end of every RS row and on both sides of the centre st, but work 1 ridge with col 52s and 3 ridges with col 23s.

THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Current version: 4 (US 4)

Sizes S (M) 125 g Isager Silk Mohair in 5 Colors = B
Sizes (L, XL XXL) 200 g Isager Silk Mohair in 4 Colors =B

Sizes S (M) is knitted with 5 colours of silk mohair, alternating the 5 colours.
Sizes (L, XL, XXL) one Silk Mohair in 4 colours of Silk Mohair, alternating the 4 colours.

Page 4
AT THE SAME TIME,
Start the increases on each side every 6th (6th, 6th, 4th, 4th) row by working a twisted increase after the first selvedge stitch (e.g., M1L) at the beginning of the row and before the last selvedge stitch (e.g., M1R) at the end of the row. There should be 18 (17, 17, 20, 24) increased stitches on each side as follows:
Size S: 18 x 6 = 108 rows = 37 cm in length
Size M: 17 x 6 = 102 rows = 35 cm in length
Size L: 17 x 6 = 102 rows = 35 cm in length
Size XL: 20 x 4 = 80 rows = 34 cm in length
Size XXL: 24 x 4 = 96 rows = 33 cm in length
If longer sleeve lengths are desired, the extra length should be worked before beginning the increases as described above.

Page 4-5
Now, cast on stitches at each side making sure that they occur in the correct orientation for the RS facing. Once the new side stitches are cast on, the first and last 7 stitches will be worked in garter stitch, while the other stiches maintain the 7-row stripe pattern. To do this, work the sleeve stitches in pattern and then cast on 69 (68, 79, 86, 93) stitches on the needle. Then, work back over all the stitches in pattern and then cast on 69 (68, 79, 86, 93) stitches on the other side. There are now a total of 220 (220, 244, 242, 286) stitches on the needle and the length measures 50 (50, 55, 65, 65) cm. Continue in established pattern stripes or garter ridges at the 7 stitches of each hem over all stitches and work 15 (17.5, 20, 22.5, 25) cm for the shoulder.

Torhild’s Out of the Blue

Current version: 2

Page 7:

FRONT
(…)
RS: Work 84 stitches in pattern, transfer the previous 22 stitches just worked to a stitch holder (the base of the Front neckline) and complete the row. There are 62 stitches on each side for the shoulders, which will be completed separately.

Torhild’s Squares

FRONT
Cast on 12 sts for neck edge.
Inside the 12 edge sts dec 1 st (K2tog tbl) on every RS row 20 times in total = 40 rows worked. Also make a horizontal stripe with col B on the edge – this is placed after the first 9 sts and 3 sts above the dec and inc.
After last dec work 26 rows straight. Now inc on every RS row (M1) 20 times in total. There are now 127 + 13 sts on row. Cast off neck edge’s 12 sts (the one st in col B is cast off as on sample) and set front aside, while working back.
BACK
Cast on 12 for neck edge in continuation of back’s sts and as on front add a stripe in col B, 9 sts in and 3 sts over dec and inc.
Dec inside the 12 edge sts on every 6th row 4 times. Work 58 rows straight, and now inc where before dec were made = on every 6th row, to 127 + 13 sts.

Valencia

Current version: 2 (US 2)

** Beginning from RS of back body, work back and forth in St st for 10 rows, ending with WS row. With RS facing for next row, switch to 3.5 mm needle and work border while dec sts as follows:
Row 1 & 2: (From RS) K4, SK2PO, turn, (from WS) sl1 wyif, p4. (2 sts dec’d). Rows 3 & 4: K4, SSK, turn, sl1 wyif, p4. (1 st dec’d).
Rep above Rows 1-4 until 5 sts remain on LH needle.  Graft the 5 sts on LH needle with remaining 5 sts on RH needle using kitchener stitch.  Back body is now complete.

Page 4, colum 2

Do not turn.
(…) Now place BOR m and join for working in the round. Increases are made by working the following rnd as instructed for each size:

The first round is without increases (otherwise there will be 2 rounds of increases right after each other). *k to m, slm, k5 tbl, slm; rep from * three more times, then k to end of rnd.

Inc rnd: Slip BOR m, *k to m, (…)

Virginia

Current version: 2 (US 2)

MATERIALS
MC:
200 (250, 300, 350) (400, 450, 500) g of Isager Merilin in color 9
100 (125, 150, 175) (200, 225, 250 g of Isager Silk Mohair in color 63
One strand of each yarn is held together throughout

CC:
50 (100, 100, 100) (100, 100, 100) g of Isager Jensen Yarn in color 30
One strand is worked throughout

WOMEN’S DÆXEL

Current version: 4 (US 4)

MEASUREMENTS
Half chest width: 48 (50) cm
Length: 58 (60) cm
Sleeve to underarm: 40 (40) cm

ØSTERKLIT

Page 5 – 6, SHOULDER SHAPING
When all squares (1 – 40) have been worked, shape shoulders using SHORT ROWS:
Pick up and knit 70 (74: 78) sts across squares 7 and 11 using col 4s, turn and knit back. Short rows 1 and 2: Knit to last 6 (7) 6 sts (……)
The other shoulder is ’high’ at the opposite side. Here pick up and knit 70 (74: 78) sts.

ÅSE’S CAP

Current version: 2 (US 2)

Page 3, column 1, section 3

Start with K, and knit * ssk – 10 (12) 14 sts in ribbing *

Rep from * to * and end up with 6 x 11 (13) 15 sts on the needle