Sigga Sweater pattern from Rosee Woodland

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Sigga Sweater pattern from Rosee Woodland

This is a classic Icelandic-style sweater, traditionally known as a lopapeysa or lopi.


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Lopis are always worked in the round, so you will need circular needles, plus
double-pointed needles for the sleeves. If you are comfortable using the Magic Loop
technique you won’t need the DPNs.

The colourwork sections are worked using the stranded technique. When working a
colourwork round, strand the colour you’re not using loosely across the wrong side of
the work. However, unlike Fair Isle designs, which only use two colours in a round,
lopis often use three colours per round, as is the case in this garment.

The pdf workshop notes are available to subscribed members.

If you are a beginner and  interested in learning a more about knitting just click here

where you can  enjoy the workshop about casting on, and then all the others are helpfully listed on the lefthand side of the workshop page.



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