S10980 BIANCA Sweater by Käte Stödter

S10980 BIANCA Sweater

Knitting
January 2022
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1378 - 2297 yards (1260 - 2100 m)
XS S M L XL
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This pattern is available from schachenmayr.com for €2.95.

#KALdenimtweed – The MEZ Team in Spain and Portugal organize a KAL for this patten – KAL is live on May 16th at around 15:00 Lisbon time, 16:00 Madrid time, when they post the pattern and first video.
Join the private group in Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1034615254103488
The private group main languages Spanish/Portuguese but everybody is welcome as FB translation feature is used for every post. The pattern in Spanish and Portuguese is given away for free to participants and is postet in the group. There will be two videos (ES PT) on how to knit the piece also open to anybody in the group. The KAL will be directed by André de Castro, a very well know Portuguese instructor, who will be giving technical assistance on how to knit the piece
The kal official run takes around 6 weeks. However the group will be open for a longer time, this way knitters could join later or people who want to knit a second piece can do it.

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Sustainable knitting and creating a wonderfully casual and comfy sweater? That is sweater BIANCA worked in Denim Tweed. Thanks to the straight cut and small rolled edges at the neckline and the sleeves, the sweater has a sporty touch, underlined by the subtle eyelet stripes, which add a crafty detail. A design that is pretty and which you will enjoy for a long time. Instructions include sizes XS-XL.

Working with recycled yarn Denim Tweed
For an even, harmonious color distribution, we recommend
working alternately with two balls. There are always
two rows with one and then two rows with the other ball.
Make the ball change at the beginning of the row, bringing
the thread of the ball upwards for knitting/crocheting behind
the thread of the now resting ball. When working in
rounds, the ball change can be made in each round. If you
now look at the result on the entire surface of the work, the
desired, uniform shade results.