"Trysling has been a popular sweater from 1956 to today," says the company modestly. Just so. The fair isle patterning is decidedly that of the Faroe Islands: simple, small, gloriously repetitious, and a great look on men or women. The sweater itself is made in the traditional Dale of Norway fashion, by working entirely in the round and cutting the garment open at the armholes and neck after machine-stitched reinforcement. A steek is provided for the notched neck. The inset black and white photo on the second page shows a boat neck, straight across; instructions are not provided for this, but with enough knowledge you could finish it that way yourself. Deep hems are provided at the bottom and sleeves of the piece. If you prefer ribbing, you could work that part flat before joining in the round for the colourwork, and seam it later.
This design was reprinted from an original 1956 booklet in Dale of Norway's Book 52.
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