Sunday, January 29, 2012

ready for testknitting

part 1 of the contiguous sweater patterns is ready for
testing now


contiguous stripes
is a simple v-neck sweater worked from top down in one piece
knitted on larger needles to get a loose gauge for a drapey fabric


This garment is worked seamlessly from the top-down using the contiguous sleeve method developed by Susie Myers, SusieM on Ravelry (http://www.ravelry.com/people/SusieM).




materials. 4 mm circular needle (optional - for neck finishing)
           5 mm circular needle and dpns
           light sport weight yarn; approx. 980 (1100, 1250,    
           1400, 1600) meters - those are rough estimates!
           we need to check this while testing

gauge.     18 sts x 26 rows
sizes.     xs (s, m, l, xl)

there is no tight deadline for the testing (this will knit up very quickly), but i hope you could finish that sweetheart till march?


so come on girls - i need your help!
send a PM via ravelry or an email with you emailadress
to isabell(dot)kraemer72(at)web(dot)de

Thank you girls! I think I have found enough testknitters 

have nice days
isa k.



9 comments:

  1. Hi Isabell,
    i would like to test the pattern for this beautiful sweater.
    You have a PM on ravelry.
    Best regards,
    Conny

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  2. If I had the yarn I would have loved to test. I'll have to skip out i'm afraid.

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  3. Messaged you in Ravelry.

    Would like to test.

    I love the sweater design!
    StaceyKnitsIt

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  4. ich wurde es auch gern aber ich bin soooo schrecklich langsam...darf ich trotzden mitmachen:)

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    1. gerne! schick mir einfach deine mailadresse!

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  5. My gauge swatch is already done with a picture posted!
    Can you tell I'm excited??? Tangledturtle (Jacquelyn)

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  6. Really beautiful design... I think knitting it when the pattern becomes available on Ravelry !!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous sweater! Love the color combo.

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