Ulveunger by Hanne Pjedsted

Ulveunger

Knitting
November 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in pattern
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
4 years/104 cl (6 years/116 cl) 8 years/128 cl (10 years/140 cl)
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Celebrating the fact that the wolf has returned to Denmark with a sweater covered in wolf cub heads. Children love animal kids.
The raglan sweater is simple to knit and has special charm since the eyes of each cub head looks slightly different from the others due to differences in yarn tension, giving each cute cub individual character.
The sweater is worked seamlessly in the round and the neck edge rib is worked using plenty of stitches, so the sweater is easy to slip over the head.


Dyrebørn er altid en succes hos børn, og nu da ulven er tilbage i Danmark må der strikkes en bluse med ulveunge-hoveder! Raglan-blusen er enkelt at strikke og får sit særpræg fra alle de små ansigter, hvis øjne bliver en lille smule forskellige, fordi vores masker ikke en 100 % ens. Nøjagtig ligesom dyreungernes heller ikke er!
Der strikkes rundt helt til halsudskæringen, så der er stort set ingen montering og halskanten strikkes med rigeligt maskeantal på mindre rundp, så det er nemt at få blusen på.