Alba Sweater by Stine Radicke

Alba Sweater

both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
+ Lace
= Jumbo (0-4 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
US 15 - 10.0 mm
2001 - 2619 yards (1830 - 2395 m)
S (M) L
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Knit the nicest sweater in Highland Wool and Kid Silk.

The sweater is knit using 4 strands which makes a nice warm sweater, perfect for cold days. The 4 strands means that the sweater is knit on large needles, making it a really quick project you will love to knit. Even though the sweater is knit on size US 15 (10mm) needles, it still has the elegance of a sweater knit on much smaller needles. It’s the best of both worlds - chunky and fine at the same time.

Pattern information
You will need 2 strands of Kid Silk and 2 strands of Highland Wool = 4 strands in total. The sweater is knitted down-up. You bind off for armhole and neckline.
The shoulders are sewn together and, lastly, you pick up stitches in the armhole.
The sleeves are knitted up-down.


Width: 21.6 (23.6) 25.6 inches (55 (60) 65 cm) Length: 19.3 (19.7) 20 inches (49 (50) 51 cm)