• Shoowa Jacket : Pattern

  • £8.00

  • Description

    This jacket is an  odyssey. A series of paths taken in a journey through the pattern. Each Front and the Back are all different. The symbols are my own interpretation of the incredible Cuba cloths from the Congo that inspired my first design in 1990! I have used Fair Isle and intarsia techniques in the making and some vibrant colour choices to celebrate the richness of the pattern. It is worked in our own Lalland Lambswool.

     

    Materials

    Di Gilpin Lalland - 100% Scottish lambswool  - 50gr/ball

    Colourway B      (second picture)  Size
    Main Colour Crowdie - 6 balls
    Contrast A Bellrock - 3 balls
    Contrast B Laggan - 1 ball
    Contrast C Meadowsweet - 1 ball

     

    Needles

    Small : 1 pair needles, 3.75mm (UK 9, US 5)

    Medium : 1 pair needles, 4mm (UK 8, US 6)

     

    Finished Measurements 

    SIZE  - cms (ins)

    Measurements  Small Medium
    Width at Chest on back 54 cms (21 ins)    68 cms (27 ins)
    Length from back of neck edge to cast on edge 52 cms (20 ins)   65 cms (26 ins)
    Sleeve Length 44 cms (17ins) 46 cms (18 ins)

    Depth of Armhole (as a loose jacket the armhole is a dropped one)

    16 cms (6 ins) 19 cms (7 ins)

       

    This pattern is for experienced knitters and uses Fair Isle and Intarsia techniques.

  • Shoowa Jacket : Pattern
  • Shoowa Jacket : Pattern
  • Shoowa Jacket : Pattern

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