. . . fer forgé . . .

Let me present my new pattern to you… It has just been released.

Fer forgé, a cabled pattern inspired by a beautiful ironwork table.

This was my first tryout, but it looked a little too much to me… too many cables and bobbles … So I eliminated a few small cables and bobbles. Below is the new swatch.
I usually don’t know where the inspiration comes from, it just pops up, but this time I do 😀


The slightly oversized, cropped pullover is worked top down and seamlessly in the round.

It starts with the neckband, then a few short rows are worked to shape the back neck, the circular yoke is built up with cables and bobbles.


Similar cable patterns are added to the bottom sides …

and the sleeves…

Sizes: XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL
finished measurements chest: 35½ / 39¼ / 43¼ / 46 / 50 / 52¾ / 57 “ (90 / 100 / 110 / 117 / 128 / 134 / 145 cm)
Intended to be worn with positive ease (5 to 20 cm / 2” to 8“). Model is wearing M with 16 cm / 6¼” positive ease.

What you’ll need
worsted weight
cropped version
± 900/1000/1050/1150/1250/1350/1400 m (1000/1100/1150/1250/1370/1470/1540 yards)
4.5 mm (US 7) circular needle or size to obtain gauge
4 mm (US 6) circular needle for the neckband
3.5 mm (US 4) circular needle for the cuffs
8 markers

Gauge:
20.5 sts and 28 rows in stockinette stitch with the largest needle

Find out more here

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