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Telja pattern by Jennifer Steingass
Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and then the slightly scooped neckline is finished with an applied i-cord.
Jenn Steingass on Instagram: “My Riddari 💙✨💦This is the second time I've knit this pattern. It's definitely one of my favorite lopi designs! Yarn: Body is Beaverslide…”
My Riddari ✨This is the second time I've knit this pattern. It's definitely one of my favorite lopi designs! Yarn: Body is Beaverslide Merino/Mohair. The yoke is a mix of what I had on hand: Harrisville Highland, Lett Lopi, Quince Owl, Knit Picks wool of the Andes, and handspun from Goodwill. #knitting #handmade #lettlopi #lopapeysa #knittersofinstagram
This is a popular sock design among the Finnish knitting community. Detailed instructions available in Finnish but there are example pattern charts available which of course are universal. Jonsukat is more like a sock recipe than a detailed pattern. Each pair of Jonsukat is unique, but they do have some common characteristics