Friday, August 10, 2012


finished another beautiful testknit for Joji 
a super cute oversized sweater

had to wait for my yarn to begin my dragonflies jumper test
for her, so she asked me, if i like to test this sweater
in the meantime...loads of stockinette
and I really mean LOADS of stockinette!!!
but after knitting millions of little stitches there was
an absolute perfect sweater coming of my needles
needless to say, that i really love this sweater!

yarn. fingering weight yarn from an unlabled cone
needles. 3.5 mm 
pattern. boxy by Joji Locatelli

knitted the seamed version and also knitted my sleeves flat
to keep gauge constant
only a few minor mods:
shortened the body to 37 cm total length
added more rows to the bottom ribbing

for now i work on my dragonflies and have so much fun knitting
these little dragonflies in the pattern, that i had to slow down
cause i don't want this project to end :D

also working on the final versions of the patterns
there is too much going on here to get them ready earlier
so we do it step by step...

hope you all have good days

isa k.


  1. love to see how your dragonflies fly up in the sky.

  2. Looks great on you! No doubt being slim helps an awful lot.

  3. j'aime beaucoup , c'est la mode le confort en ce moment !!!

  4. that is a gorgeous sweater and looks so lovely on you! stockinette is good to have conversation or read by!

  5. Isabell your designs are more beautiful than hers!!!!! You are very talented!!!


  6. How are where can I get the pattern? This is exactly the sweater pattern I've been searching for nearly two years. HELP!

    1. just click on the pattern name (in red inbetween the 2 photos) and you'll be directed to the pattern page on ravelry

  7. What exactly do you mean when you say you knitted your sleeves flat? Thank you.

    1. I knitted them back and forth not in the round ;)

  8. I am currently knitting this sweater but love your modifications. You write that you have shortened the body to 37 cm, would you tell me how many cm's you knitted before decreasing for the armhole. Thank you so much!