The use of the Sand Stitch pattern, bobbles/nupps at the sleeves and beautiful hand-dyed Linen Merino yarn from Kokon Yarn give the sweater a remembrance of happy days at the beach playing with tops of sand.
This Sandtoppe Sweater is a collaboration between Elsebeth Judith and KOKON Yarn
Sandtoppe is a sweater worked top down and in the round. Sandtoppe has bands with an easy lace pattern (and bobbles) from shoulders and down the sleeves. The simplicity of the lace bands suits the all-over texture of the body. It’s meant to slightly flare at the waist. It’s pretty and feminine to wear and fun to knit!
Note! Lace pattern at the sleeve includes bobbles, but if you find the bobbles too big, they can be exchanged with smaller nupps instead.
Please click the link below to take you directly to the Sandtoppe on Ravelry where you can purchase the pattern. (If you do not have Ravelry please let me know as you can purchase the Sandhuller Pattern through my store. You will receive both a PDF of the pattern as well as a printed copy.
The sweater has a positive ease of approx 10-15cm/4-6” at circumference of bust measurement. The finished measurement of Sandtoppe around bust is XS: 88.5cm/34.75” (S: 95,5cm/37.5”, M: 104cm/41”, L: 109.5cm/43”, XL: 118cm/46.5”, 2XL: 123.5cm/48.5”).
Sample is worked in size L and shown at a model with an ease of 26cm/10.25”
KOKON Merino Linen (light fingering, 90% merino, 10% linen, 360m/393yd per 100g/3.53oz skein). Sample in pistachio.
4 (4, 4, 4, 4, 5) skeins of KOKON Merino Linen (light fingering, 90% merino, 10% linen, 360m/393yd per 100g/3.53oz skein). Sample is knit in the colour Pistachio.
The amount of yarn is an estimate only.
Gauge: 23 sts x 36 rows over 10cm x 10cm/4” x 4” with larger needles in Sand Stitch pattern after wet blocking
Needles: 3.5mm/US 4, 80cm/32” circular needle for purl edge of body 3.5mm/US 4 double pointed needles for purl edge at the neck and sleeves (unless you will be working with the magic loop method). 4.0mm/US 6, 80cm/32” circular needle for body 4.0mm/US 6 double pointed needles for knitting the neck and sleeves (unless you will be working with the magic loop method)