This pattern is in English.
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The Chunky Fall Jacket is knitted back and forth, from the top down. Raglan increases are knitted on the yoke, at the same time as increases along the neckline.
The arm stitches rest on a piece of scrap yarn while the body is being knitted. The body is knitted in stockinette stitch, back and forth.
The work is divided between the two front parts and the back, and the pockets are knitted as extensions of each part. The pocket stitches are then cast off, and the front and back pieces are connected again and knitted further in one piece. The pockets are sewn together at the end, and are secured on the front’s wrong side.
The arms are knitted in the round on a small circular needle, with double-pointed needles, or with the magic loop method.
The arms have a wide fit. The number of stitches is reduced before the cuffs are knitted.
Once the jacket has been knitted, stitches are picked up along the front and around the neckline to create button bands.
XS (S) M (L) XL
100 (105) 110 (115) 120 cm
The jacket has an ease of 10-15 cm. Therefore, the jacket should be 10-15 cm larger than your own bust circumference.
This means that the garment is designed to fit a bust circumference of 80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 cm.
Measure your own bust circumference before you begin, and find the right size for your measurement.
51 (52) 53 (55) 56 cm, measured from the mid-back cast-on edge.
15 stitches and 22 rows on 6mm needles = 10×10 cm.
6 mm and 4.5 mm circular needles (80 and 100 cm). Optional small circular needles/ double pointed needles for the arms and ribbing.
Note that these needle sizes are just a guide. If you knit with a gauge other than the one given, you must adjust the needle size up or down.
This jacket is knitted in Arwetta held double (or equivalent yarn) held together with a single strand of Tilia (or equivalent yarn). The yarn amounts given are the total amounts of yarn you need.
400 (400) 450 (500) 550 g of Arwetta by Filcolana (50 g = 210 m) 100 (100) 125 (150) 175 g of Tilia by Filcolana (25 g = 210 m)
Notice- if you choose a yarn other than that given in the pattern, remember to check the length of the yarn.
The jacket pictured is knitted in Arwetta by Filcolana in the color Snow White held double, held together with a single thread of Tilia by Filcolana in the color Purpur.