- Facts - Tynd uld og Bomuld og uld
This cardigan should have been called cabin stewardess (Kahytsjomfru), as a comment to the seaman’s sweater. Seamen’s sweaters have nubs – this one has flowers and is therefore more feminine. But, all of a sudden, in a slip of the tongue, it was called Jomfruhummer (Hermit crab).
The model is worked from the rib and up. The sleeves are also worked from below and are hereafter in companied within the flower yoke part. Look how to do it here. Decreases are made on the shoulders, while you work back and forth. It is a whole new way of working a sleeve cap. The sleeve cap is sewn on at the top, and the armholes also get sewn.
You can choose the work the short model or the model with A-line shape.
The button holes are a small challenge, but it is important to learn something new. It helps to shut off your brain, and do exactly as described … Look how to make them here
Rib-model - Approx 50 cm
Tynd uld - 4 (4) 4 (4) 4 (5) 5 balls of 50 gr
Bomuld og uld - 5 (5) 5 (6) 6 (6) 7 balls of 50 gr
Tynd uld - 3 (3) 4 (4) 4 (4) 5 balls of 50 gr
Bomuld og uld - 3 (4) 4 (5) 5 (6) 6 balls of 50 gr
Geilsk Bomuld og uld, 232m/50gr, 45% cotton and 55% wool
Rib-model - 10 buttons of 20 mm