Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir
Threipmuir

Threipmuir

Ysolda

A top-down pullover with a dramatic round yoke. This yoke is inspired by Icelandic Lopapeysas but the finer gauge provides a larger canvas for more intricate patterning. The fairly deep yoke and slightly dropped underarm combine with positive ease for a slouchy, comfortable fit.

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Fingering / 4ply weight yarn. Non-superwash, 'sticky' wool yarns are ideal.
Shown in S Twist Wool Celtic Colours

24 sts and 33 rnds = 4˝ in st st in the rnd.

Size 2½ US / 3mm 16” / 40cm and 32” / 80cm circulars
Size 4 US / 3.5mm 16” / 40cm, 24” / 60cm, 32” / 80cm circulars
Size 2½ US / 3mm dpns or circulars for your preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd
Size 4 US / 3.5mm dpns or circulars for your preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd

Finished chest circumference: 36[38, 40, 42, 44] (46, 48, 50, 52) [54, 56, 58, 60]"
Shown in size 40˝ with 4" of positive ease. 

  • The colourwork slowly feathers into the main colour avoiding the heaviness and unflattering line across the chest that can sometimes result from deeper yoke patterns. This results in wide gaps between the contrast colour in the last few rounds of the yoke. Long floats are avoided with a fun slipped stitch trick.

    Note that the sleeves are designed to be long, but the sleeves on the sample are approximately 1½"  longer than in the pattern (Ysolda has really long arms).  If yours are average length the sleeves should fit like the photos. When measuring for both sleeve and body lengths account for the dropped underarm by starting about 1½" below your armpit.

    VERSION INFORMATION

    Threipmuir_v.1.1.pdf

  • YARN

    Fingering / 4ply weight yarn. Non-superwash, 'sticky' wool yarns are ideal. Shown in S Twist Wool Celtic Colours (100% Jacob wool, 437yds / 400m, 100g). 

    MC – blue dye on natural dark grey base
    CC1 – yellow dye on natural light grey base
    CC2 – blue dye on natural light grey base

    MC: 1015(1070, 1115, 1170, 1225) [1270, 1325, 1385, 1425] (1485, 1540, 1595, 1640) yds / 930(980, 1020, 1070, 1120) [1165, 1215, 1265, 1305] (1355, 1405, 1460, 1500)m

    CC1: 85(90, 95, 100, 105) [110, 110, 115, 120] (125, 130, 135, 140)yds / 80(85, 85, 90, 95) [100, 105, 105, 110] (115, 120, 125, 125)m

    CC2: 115(120, 125, 130, 140) [145, 150, 155, 160] (165, 175, 180, 185)yds / 105(110, 115, 120, 125) [130, 135, 145, 145] (155, 160, 165, 170)m

    NEEDLES AND NOTIONS

    Size 2 US / 3mm 16" / 40cm and 32" / 80cm circulars

    Size 4 US / 3.5mm 16" / 40cm, 24" / 60cm, 32” / 80cm circulars

    Size 21/2 US / 3mm dpns or circulars for your preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd

    Size 4 US / 3.5mm dpns or circulars for your preferred method of working small circumferences in the rnd

    Note: the top down yoke requires different needle lengths as the increases are worked, if you don’t have every length available it could be worked on magic loop until the stitches fit comfortably around the longer needle. For the largest sizes, if you don’t like your stitches being squashed on the needles, you might want to add a fourth length towards the end of the yoke.

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