Sleeves measured from underarm to cuff: ca. 46 (47) 47 (48) 48 (49) cm
Yarn: Rauma Finullgarn, 50 g, and 175 m per skein
Yardage: 5 (5) 6 (6) 7 (8) skeins’ main colour, 1 skein contrast colour 1, 1 skein contrast colour 2, 1 skein of each of the contrast colour 3 (alternate between colours, very well suited to use scrap yarn). To the smallest sizes you will use less than 30 g pr contrast colour.
Gauge: 22 sts x 29 rows = 10 x 10 cm stockinette
Needles: 3 mm and 3,5 mm or what is needed to reach gauge
Other: 8 - 10 buttons, markers to follow the work, stitch holder or thread.
This pattern is available in Norwegian, and will be transleated to English.
The jacket is knitted top down, with increases for raglan. It is worked in the round and is steeked in the front. The neck is shaped with short rows. When the raglan is finished, the sleeves and body will be worked separately.
The pattern contains written text and chart.
The story about Hjemover
The jacket is named Hjemover and is an adult version of the child sweater Hjemover. The English word for Hjemover is homewards, and this jacket contains some of the colours in the summer landscape a place in the northern part of Norway, where Aud B grew up.