Graphismes knitting kit
Graphismes knitting kit
This knitting pattern is designed by Alina Popovici from La Maille Aux Tableaux.
A garter stitch galore sweater. Relaxed, comfortable silhouette in a luxury fabric. One size fits most (most suitable for S to XL).
The Kit contains:
- Approx. 630 gr of KOKON Merino (MC: 320 gr, CC1: 120 gr, CC2: 100 gr, CC3: 50 gr);
- Printed pattern in English;
- A free digital copy of the Pattern via Ravelry.
Please note that KOKON Merino is handdyed on a small scale. There can be different shades between the skeins, or even within the same skein. Sometimes a dyelot turned out a bit darker, sometimes a bit lighter.
Since stock and dyelots can vary, we are happy to help you hand-pick your personal ultimate colour combination. Contact us with your wishes and we can get advice directly from the designer, based on our current KOKON Merino stock.
You can choose from four different Palettes. Or pick your own colours with the Mix & Match palette. Contact us to let us know your wishes, we are happy to help.
Leaf Palette Light
MC: Leaf Speckled Light
Sea Palette Light
MC: Sea Speckled Light
Rock Palette Light
MC: Rock Speckled Light
Sea Palette Dark
MC: Sea Speckled Dark
Mix & Match palette: choose your own colours.
Name your MC, CC1, CC2 and CC3 in the "special requests" field, or send us an email.
Check out La Maille Aux Tableaux's palette inspiration on Pinterest.
We will gladly help you to hand pick your very own colour combinations. Whether it's just a small change to one of the Palette options, or a completely different kit. We can help you to make your work of art your very own.
Graphismes is pictured in: Leaf Palette Light.
Not included in the kit are:
- Knitting needles 3,0 mm (US 2,5) - or size required for gauge: garter stitch 24 stitches by 48 rows after non-aggressive blocking.
- 80 cm circular for body;
- DPNs or short circulars for sleeves;
- spare needle of comparable size for 3-needle bind off.
- Waste yarn or extra cables.
- Stitch markers, tapestry needle.
About the pattern and design
One size fits most (most suitable for S to XL). Simple lines, boxy silhouette, asymmetry for an easy to wear pullover.
Modular construction, from flat to circular and flat again. The construction starts with modular knitting, then the panels are joined for working in the round and separated again to form the armholes. The dropped shoulders are shaped with short rows.
The sleeves are worked top down with picked up stitches around the armhole. Directions are provided for working them flat or in the round.
The body and the sleeves lengths may be easily adjusted to match the wearer measures and taste.
There is a lot of room for playing with colors. Knit yours and make it unique, versatile and artful.
The pattern includes tips on various techniques. You can also find some tutorial video's on our website.
Photo credits of Graphismes @ Alina Popovici.