jeol sweater (english)

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This knitting pattern is in english.
Jeol sweater is worked from the top down without any need for additional finishing. German short rows are used to shape the neckline and it is worked simultaneously as the neck rib. Afterwards the shoulders are formed with increases and then the back and front are knitted separately before they are joined together. The colourwork pattern on the body and sleeves are knitted by chart.
Difficulty: difficult
See the classification of difficulty here.
Size 1: XS/S/M, (2: L/XL/XXL)
We recommend to choose the size you’ll normally wear.
NOTE: If you are between two sizes, it depends on how oversized you want the look of the sweater. The measurements on the upper body are not given, as the sweater's measurements are misleading due to the dropped sleeves. Instead, the measurements are measured across the body right under the armhole: size 1: 2x60 cm and size 2: 2x70 cm
Materials and gauge
The jeol sweater is knitted with 1 strand of Isager tweed and 1 strand of Isager silk mohair. Knit the sweater holding the two strands of yarn together as one.
Gauge: 17 sts x 27 rows = 10 x 10 cm in stockinette on needle 5 mm.
Main colour (MC):
200g (250g) Isager tweed held together with:
100g (125g) Isager silk mohair
Contrast colour (CC): 
150g (200g) Isager tweed held together with:
75g (100g) Isager silk mohair
Colours used for the brown/black version the pictures: tweed col. sand held together with silk mohair col. 7s, and tweed col. charcoal held with isager silk mohair col. 30.
Colours used for the grey/green version the pictures (Photocredit: @luiyamamuro): tweed col. oak held with silk mohair col. 0, and tweed col. moss held with silk mohair col. 68.
NOTE: The pattern suggests that you choose to have either MC or CC as dominant colour. If you choose MF as dominant, the pattern will stand out a little more. The most important thing, however, is that you are consistent in which colors are dominant throughout.
Suggested needles and notions:
Circular needle 3,5 mm (40 – 80 cm)
Circular needle 4,0 mm (40 – 80 cm)
Circular needle 5 mm (40 – 80 cm)
Stitch markers
*This is a digital pattern, which will be send to you by e-mail - see terms for more information.