Sweater Spire

About pattern



  • Size: S (M) L (XL)

  • Circumference bust: approx. 94 (98) 103 (108)

  • Sleeves: 45 (46) 47 (48)

  • Length: approx. 66 (67) 68 (69)

  • Yarn: pelt wool DK weight, 100 g per skein; main colour 3 (3) 4 (4) skeins, second solid colour 1(1) 2 (2) skeins, contrast colour 1 (1) 1 (1) skeins. For size M the yardage for second solid colour is very accurate.

  • Needles: 3 mm and 4 mm

  • Gauge: 22 sts x 25 rounds stockinette = 10 x 10 cm

  • Other: markers or use threads for marking

This pattern is available in Norwegian and English, and contains written text and chart.


The sweater is knitted bottom up, and with raglan.


The fit is meant to be loose. It is used garter for edging, and the sleeves are long.



The story about Spire


In the very north part of Norway, you still will find traces after the second world war. Along the coast there some places are old, rusty barbed wire, rolled together to a ball sometime after the war.


It lay there as if to make us not forget, and to remind us to appreciate our freedom even more.


The rusty barbed wire that inspired this design is surrounded of beautiful nature. And in the summer, you will see the combination of grey stones, green grass and this brown rust.


The word Spire is Norwegian for sprout. It symbolizes the growth both in the nature and out of freedom.

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