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Women's Cable Hoodie Novita 7 Veljestä (7 Brothers)

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Casual yet pretty hooded pullover worked in Novita 7 Veljestä (7 Brothers). The pullover has slits on both sides and a kangaroo pocket in front.
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Women's Cable Hoodie Novita 7 Veljestä (7 Brothers)
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Women's Cable Hoodie Novita 7 Veljestä (7 Brothers)
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    Availability:In stock
    SKU N011520
    Pattern details
    Size
    XS-S-M-L-XL-XXL

    Yarn demand
    Novita 7 Veljestä (307 bean) 650[700:750:800:850:900] g

    Needles and other supplies
    1 pair Novita 4 mm needles
    1 pair Novita 4,5 mm needles

    Designer
    Lea Petäjä

    Details

    Stitch pattern

    Pattern st: See chart.

    Cable pattern: See chart.

    Garter stitch: knit every row.

    Tension

    20 sts and 31 rows to 10 cm measured over patt (Chart II. rep from A-B) using larger needles

    width of cable patt in the middle (from B to C =70sts) slightly stretched: 32cm

    Back

    Using smaller needles cast on 87[95:103:111:119:131] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: K6, rep 2 st patt 37(41)45(49)53(59) times, work 1 st from right end in chart, K6. Work 6 sts at both ends in garter st and rep rows 2-3 in patt. Work until back meas 5cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: work 6 sts in garter st, work as indicated in chart from A to B 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, from B to C = 67 + 3 sts, from C to D 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, work 6 sts in garter st = 90[98:106:114:122:134] sts. Rep in patt rows 2-9. Work until back meas 12 cm. Inc 1 st at each end. Cont in patt at both ends instead of garter st as folls: right end: work as indicated in chart from A to B, left end: from C to D. Work until back meas 13[14:14:15:15] cm. Dec 1 st at each end. Repeat decreases at each end in 5 cm intervals 2 times = 86[94:102:110:118:130] sts. Work until back meas 49[50:51:52:54:55] cm.

    Shape Armholes

    Keeping patt correct cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows, 3 sts at beg of next 0[2:2:2:2:2] rows, 2 sts at beg of next 2[0:2:4:6:6] rows. Dec 1 st at each end of foll alt rows 2(3)3(2)2(3) times = 70[74:78:82:86:94] sts. Work until armhole meas 18[19:20:21:21:22] cm. Cast off rem sts.

    Front

    Using smaller needles cast on 87[95:103:111:119:131] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: K6, rep 2 st patt 37(41)45(49)53(59) times, work 1 st from right end in chart, K6. Work 6 sts at both ends in garter st and rep rows 2-3 in patt. Work until front meas 5cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: work 6 sts in garter st, work as indicated in chart from A to B 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, from B to C = 67 + 3 sts, from C to D 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, work 6 sts in garter st = 90[98:106:114:122:134] sts. Rep in patt rows 2-9. Work until front meas 12 cm. Inc 1 st at each end. Cont in patt at both ends instead of garter st as folls: right end: work as indicated in chart from A to B, left end: from C to D. Work until front meas 13[14:14:15:15] cm. Dec 1 st at each end. Repeat decreases at each end in 5 cm intervals 2 times = 86[94:102:110:118:130] sts. AT THE SAME TIME when front meas 15[15:16:16:17:17] cm work over 46 sts in the middle of front pocket. Leave rem sts on both ends on a holder.

    Pocket

    Cont in patt and work 8 sts at both ends in garter st. Work until pocket meas 21cm. Leave sts on a holder. Rejoin yarn to sts on holders: work sts from right end holder, pick up and knit 46 sts from the back of the pocket bottom edge, work sts from left end holder. Work all sts in patt 21 cm.

    Next row: join 46 sts of pocket from a holder to 46 sts in the middle of front by knitting them together =K2tog 46 times. Work until front meas 49[50:51:52:54:55] cm.

    Shape Armholes

    Keeping patt correct cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows, 3 sts at beg of next 0[2:2:2:2:2] rows, 2 sts at beg of next 2[0:2:4:6:6] rows. Dec 1 st at each end of foll alt rows 2(3)3(2)2(3) times = 70[74:78:82:86:94] sts. Work until armhole meas about 2[3:4:5:5:6] cm and you have completed row 5 of Chart II. Cont middle sts in patt from Chart III. ,Row 6. = 2 garter sts in the middle will be increased every alt row.

    Work until you have 24 garter sts in the middle of front.

    Next row: Divide the front into 2 sides. Work each side of neck separately. Work until armhole meas 18[19:20:21:21:22] cm. Cast off 21[23:25:27:29:33] sts for shoulder and put 14 sts on a holder. Complete to match first side, reversing shapings.

    Sleeves

    Using smaller needles cast on 40[42:44:44:46:46] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: rep 2 st patt to end. Rep rows 2-3. Work until sleeve meas 5 cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: rep from A to B to end. Rep rows 1-4. Inc 1 st at each end every 12[12:10:10:10:8] row 5(2)11(4)0(12) times and every 10[10:8:8:8:6] row 6(10)2(11)16(6) times = 62[66:70:74:78:82] sts. Work increased sts in patt. Work until sleeve meas 45[46:47:48:48:49] cm.

    Shape top

    Cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 2 sts at beg of next 4 rows. Dec 1 st at each end of next and every foll alt row 10(11)12(13)14(15) times. Cast off 2 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off rem sts.

    Making Up

    Flatten the pieces to the desired dimensions on an even surface, wrong side up. Wet with water spray, and allow to dry. Join both shoulder seams.

    Hood

    Rejoin yarn to 14 sts on a holder, pick up and knit 38 sts evenly from back neck edge, work 14 sts on a holder =66 sts. Work in garter st 1 cm. Increase evenly in back 4sts = 70 sts. Work 1cm. Rep increases = 74 sts. Work until hood meas 4 cm. Increase evenly in back 6 sts = 80 sts. Work 1cm. Rep increases = 86 sts. Work until hood meas 19 cm. Mark 4 sts in the middle with a stitch marker or spare yarn.

    RS: work until you have 2 sts before marked 4 sts, K2tog, K4, sl1, K1, psso, work to end. Rep dec every alt row 11 times = 62 sts. Cast off sts. Join the crown seam using back stitch or matress stitch if preferred.

    Sew pocket sides 6 cm from bottom to front.

    Join side seams (leave the slits unjoined) and sleeve seams using back stitch or matress stitch if preferred. Set in sleeves.

    Using 3 strands of yarn, twist about 140 cm long cord. Weave the cord into hood's edge. Start weaving about 6 cm from front neck opening.

    Pattern instructions
    Finished dimensions
    Bust: 76[84:92:100:110:120] cm Length: 67[69:71:73:75:77] cm Inner length of the sleeve: 45[46:47:48:48:49] cm

    Stitch patterns & gauge
    Stitch pattern
    Pattern st: See chart.
    Cable pattern: See chart.
    Garter stitch: knit every row.
    Tension
    20 sts and 31 rows to 10 cm measured over patt (Chart II. rep from A-B) using larger needles
    width of cable patt in the middle (from B to C =70sts) slightly stretched: 32cm


    Stitch pattern

    Pattern st: See chart.

    Cable pattern: See chart.

    Garter stitch: knit every row.

    Tension

    20 sts and 31 rows to 10 cm measured over patt (Chart II. rep from A-B) using larger needles

    width of cable patt in the middle (from B to C =70sts) slightly stretched: 32cm

    Back

    Using smaller needles cast on 87[95:103:111:119:131] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: K6, rep 2 st patt 37(41)45(49)53(59) times, work 1 st from right end in chart, K6. Work 6 sts at both ends in garter st and rep rows 2-3 in patt. Work until back meas 5cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: work 6 sts in garter st, work as indicated in chart from A to B 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, from B to C = 67 + 3 sts, from C to D 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, work 6 sts in garter st = 90[98:106:114:122:134] sts. Rep in patt rows 2-9. Work until back meas 12 cm. Inc 1 st at each end. Cont in patt at both ends instead of garter st as folls: right end: work as indicated in chart from A to B, left end: from C to D. Work until back meas 13[14:14:15:15] cm. Dec 1 st at each end. Repeat decreases at each end in 5 cm intervals 2 times = 86[94:102:110:118:130] sts. Work until back meas 49[50:51:52:54:55] cm.

    Shape Armholes

    Keeping patt correct cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows, 3 sts at beg of next 0[2:2:2:2:2] rows, 2 sts at beg of next 2[0:2:4:6:6] rows. Dec 1 st at each end of foll alt rows 2(3)3(2)2(3) times = 70[74:78:82:86:94] sts. Work until armhole meas 18[19:20:21:21:22] cm. Cast off rem sts.

    Front

    Using smaller needles cast on 87[95:103:111:119:131] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: K6, rep 2 st patt 37(41)45(49)53(59) times, work 1 st from right end in chart, K6. Work 6 sts at both ends in garter st and rep rows 2-3 in patt. Work until front meas 5cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: work 6 sts in garter st, work as indicated in chart from A to B 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, from B to C = 67 + 3 sts, from C to D 2(4)6(8)10(13) times = 4[8:12:16:20:26] sts, work 6 sts in garter st = 90[98:106:114:122:134] sts. Rep in patt rows 2-9. Work until front meas 12 cm. Inc 1 st at each end. Cont in patt at both ends instead of garter st as folls: right end: work as indicated in chart from A to B, left end: from C to D. Work until front meas 13[14:14:15:15] cm. Dec 1 st at each end. Repeat decreases at each end in 5 cm intervals 2 times = 86[94:102:110:118:130] sts. AT THE SAME TIME when front meas 15[15:16:16:17:17] cm work over 46 sts in the middle of front pocket. Leave rem sts on both ends on a holder.

    Pocket

    Cont in patt and work 8 sts at both ends in garter st. Work until pocket meas 21cm. Leave sts on a holder. Rejoin yarn to sts on holders: work sts from right end holder, pick up and knit 46 sts from the back of the pocket bottom edge, work sts from left end holder. Work all sts in patt 21 cm.

    Next row: join 46 sts of pocket from a holder to 46 sts in the middle of front by knitting them together =K2tog 46 times. Work until front meas 49[50:51:52:54:55] cm.

    Shape Armholes

    Keeping patt correct cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows, 3 sts at beg of next 0[2:2:2:2:2] rows, 2 sts at beg of next 2[0:2:4:6:6] rows. Dec 1 st at each end of foll alt rows 2(3)3(2)2(3) times = 70[74:78:82:86:94] sts. Work until armhole meas about 2[3:4:5:5:6] cm and you have completed row 5 of Chart II. Cont middle sts in patt from Chart III. ,Row 6. = 2 garter sts in the middle will be increased every alt row.

    Work until you have 24 garter sts in the middle of front.

    Next row: Divide the front into 2 sides. Work each side of neck separately. Work until armhole meas 18[19:20:21:21:22] cm. Cast off 21[23:25:27:29:33] sts for shoulder and put 14 sts on a holder. Complete to match first side, reversing shapings.

    Sleeves

    Using smaller needles cast on 40[42:44:44:46:46] sts. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart I. as folls:

    WS: Row 1: rep 2 st patt to end. Rep rows 2-3. Work until sleeve meas 5 cm. Change to larger needles. Beg and ending rows as indicated, cont in patt from chart II. as folls:

    Row 1: rep from A to B to end. Rep rows 1-4. Inc 1 st at each end every 12[12:10:10:10:8] row 5(2)11(4)0(12) times and every 10[10:8:8:8:6] row 6(10)2(11)16(6) times = 62[66:70:74:78:82] sts. Work increased sts in patt. Work until sleeve meas 45[46:47:48:48:49] cm.

    Shape top

    Cast off 4[4:4:5:5:6] sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 2 sts at beg of next 4 rows. Dec 1 st at each end of next and every foll alt row 10(11)12(13)14(15) times. Cast off 2 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows. Cast off rem sts.

    Making Up

    Flatten the pieces to the desired dimensions on an even surface, wrong side up. Wet with water spray, and allow to dry. Join both shoulder seams.

    Hood

    Rejoin yarn to 14 sts on a holder, pick up and knit 38 sts evenly from back neck edge, work 14 sts on a holder =66 sts. Work in garter st 1 cm. Increase evenly in back 4sts = 70 sts. Work 1cm. Rep increases = 74 sts. Work until hood meas 4 cm. Increase evenly in back 6 sts = 80 sts. Work 1cm. Rep increases = 86 sts. Work until hood meas 19 cm. Mark 4 sts in the middle with a stitch marker or spare yarn.

    RS: work until you have 2 sts before marked 4 sts, K2tog, K4, sl1, K1, psso, work to end. Rep dec every alt row 11 times = 62 sts. Cast off sts. Join the crown seam using back stitch or matress stitch if preferred.

    Sew pocket sides 6 cm from bottom to front.

    Join side seams (leave the slits unjoined) and sleeve seams using back stitch or matress stitch if preferred. Set in sleeves.

    Using 3 strands of yarn, twist about 140 cm long cord. Weave the cord into hood's edge. Start weaving about 6 cm from front neck opening.


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