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      Aube Sweater


      Aube Sweater is a soft & fluffy sweater with a generous turtleneck.

      It is worked top-down in the round, without any seams and knitted with three threads of silk mohair held together. Its sleeves are structured by fisherman's rib raglan, which draw a diamond along the body.

      Product Details

      XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL (4XL)
      Yarn weight
      Lace / Mohair
      Circular 4mm (US 6)
      Circular 5mm (US 8)
      10 x 10 cm (4" x 4") = 16 sts x 22 rows

      Aube Sweater has a loose fit and is worn long with a positive ease of 15 - 20 cm.  Please, refer to the table below to choose your size according to your body measurements :


      Comment choisir sa taille


      GAUGE : 16 sts x 22 rows in stockinette stitch with 5mm [US 8] =  4x4 inch / 10x10 cm


      Gauge is very important for this project. It's recommended to knit a swatch before starting to knit your sweater to be sure to obtain the indicated measurements.

      Feel free to change the needles size to reach the correct gauge allowing to your own tension / yarn. 


      RECOMMENDED FIBERS : 300 (300) 300 (350) 350 (375) 375 (400) g of silk & mohair yarn (25g = 225m / 246 yd). This sweater is knitted with 3 strands of silk mohair or similar wool allowing you to obtain the correct gauge.

      Approx. 598 (660) 730 (792) 853 (926) 973 (1050) meters with a simple thicker strand.



      - Stockinette stitches

      - Knit one below & purl one below (Tutorial : K1B & P1B)

      - Fisherman's rib stitches

      - Increases : make one left & right (Tutorial : M1L & M1R)

      - Decreases : knit 2 together & slip, slip, knit (Tutorial : K2tog & SSK)

      - Italian bind-off 

      - Optional : Magic loop 


      This pattern is in PDF file.

      Help links are included in the file !  


      You can choose your Language and your units (CM or INCH). 


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