Dale Garn (formerly Dale of Norway)
Two magnificent vests, happily timeless. The woman's version has a lacy cable-type pattern flanked by lacy columns, and anchored by a feather-and-fan style hem. A crochet picot edging finishes the neckline and armholes. The men's version sports 2-stitch twisted cables on either side of a staghorn cable (the back is a mirror of the front, with two cable panels on either side). Double seed (moss) stitch grounds the areas around the cables. Shoulders are the only things that need sewing. Both vests are worked flat in one piece to the armholes, then divided for fronts and back.
- In by
- all stitch patterns charted
- schematics included
- sewing required
- all season
- straight (flat)
- 9 sizes, finished 33.5" - 49.125"; see data page
- scanned PDF has 6 pages (a4 size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 4.0 mm
- US 6
- 22.0 over pattern
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Wednesday, October 19 2011, 12:12
I would go by what Dale of Norway says. Sisik is a worsted weight (size 6/7 US needle). You want to use a worsted weight yarn (which is what Sisik is). Our Freestyle yarn is also a worsted weight. You could probably get away with Sport (Falk or Heilo) but it might take a little re-working.
Monday, October 17 2011, 13:14
The info on Ravelry says this Seder 12610 pattern uses sport weight yarn, and promotes Sisek by Dale of Norway. BUT Dale of Norway says this is a worsted weight yarn. I've bought the pattern, I want to knit it, but should I buy sport or worsted yarn?
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