June 18, 2008

FO – Yoke Detail Sweater

Filed under:Finished Objects,News! — Aileen @ 09:33

Pattern: Yoke Detail Sweater from Coastlines, by Debbie Bliss.

Yarn: Pure Silk, 7 skeins (I made it longer in the body and sleeves).

Needles: 4mm.

Modifications: Well, I knit the body and sleeves in the round. The sleeves and body parts have raglan shaping so that the back comes up higher than the front. It worked out really well, but it meant that after working in the round, I had to knit all four parts flat and then sew them up. It was pretty stupid but I couldn’t figure out a way to work it otherwise. In hindsight, I could have simply joined the sleeves and body together and worked some short rows on the back before starting the yoke.


The front


The back


Some close up detail of the detail!

I am really pleased with how it turned out and it is much warmer than I expected it to be!

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14 Comments »

  1. It looks great, oh headless woman 🙂 The detail is beautiful.

    Comment by Yvonne — June 18, 2008 @ 11:39

  2. And I can attest to its lovliness in person, having met the woman herself (with head) and the sweater yesterday at TIK. Gorgeous…the both of ’em.

    Comment by Nic — June 18, 2008 @ 12:15

  3. Your sweater is beautiful! I love the color.

    Comment by Heather — June 18, 2008 @ 14:04

  4. wow. that turned out absolutely gorgeous. nice job, neels!
    i’m so jealous!

    Comment by elise — June 18, 2008 @ 18:59

  5. That’s how crisp and clean silk looks in a sweater, huh? I’m just gonna keep fighting a bit of envy here… Stunning sweater.

    Comment by Stephanie — June 19, 2008 @ 00:12

  6. It’s beautiful!

    Comment by Sharon — June 19, 2008 @ 01:18

  7. Stunning and elegant. A lovely subtle colour.

    Comment by Mary — June 19, 2008 @ 10:47

  8. That turned out stunningly gorgeous!

    Comment by Kristen — June 19, 2008 @ 17:10

  9. Oooh, that is gorgeous. Lots of feminine detail, but not fussy so you can wear it anytime. And in that great silk, too!

    Comment by Lien — June 19, 2008 @ 21:25

  10. It’s gorgeous! Love the curling stockinette edges – gives the garment a not-so-poshy touch to balance the beautiful yoke. Well done!

    Comment by WorstedKnitt — June 20, 2008 @ 09:09

  11. yikes, i’m so behind on my blog reading!
    just wanted to say that this is perfectly gorgeous! really, i’m so jealous of this beautiful sweater!

    Comment by melissa — June 26, 2008 @ 21:36

  12. BE-U-TI-FULL!!
    Great work. 🙂

    Comment by saskia — July 1, 2008 @ 14:52

  13. Hi Aileen,
    I love your sweater and I am trying to make my own but am having aproblem. I am making the sleeves and for the left sleeve it says at the bottom of the paragraph to continue in st st for 25(13,17,9) rows. I am the largest so I don’t understand why I would be knitting for 9 rows when the small is knitting for 25? Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks so much
    Stacey

    Comment by stacey — April 8, 2009 @ 15:55

  14. Gorgeous sweater. But, you have scared me. I am knitting this in the round also. I have finished the sleeves and body, but have not continued (working up the guts to do the hard part). So, why did you have trouble? What am I up against? If you could answer this for me – wow – you’d be my hero! (on ravelry, I am mansjackson) Thanks.
    And, to Stacey – that question is answered in the latest issue of Debbie Bliss Mag. It isn’t a typo, the larger sizes really do take less rows. It has something to do with the rate of inc rows or something. Weird, huh?

    Comment by shelly — October 11, 2009 @ 00:03

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