The Mia jumper is worked top down with a round yoke.
You begin the short-fitted jumper by working a wide and oval neckline with slip stitches in the round and with the first increase round, where after you work a further 5 increase rounds, spread evenly across the yoke.
Once you have divided the garment into sleeves and body, continue working in the round with a few decreases under the armhole openings so that small curves are formed. Right before the end of the body ribbing, the body is shaped with prolonged rows, which makes the back piece slightly longer. The short fit matches high waist trousers or fitted skirts perfectly.
The 7/8 – sleeves keep your hands free, making the jumper suitable for everyday wear. You work a couple of increases, so that the sleeves look clubby.
The instruction contains a detailed model sketch with all necessary measurements in the appendix, as well as a blank model sketch for your notes and adjustments.
SIZES / MEASUREMENTS
The model is 164 cm tall and wears size S with a bust measurement of 85 cm.
MEASUREMENTS OF THE FINISHED PIECE:
GAUGE AND PATTERN
AMOUNT OF YARN
The following yarn alternatives resulted in the same gauge with other knitting projects and serve only as a suggestion. The indicated yarn consumption is based solely on calculations.
3 threads with 8 mm needle or the needle size you need to obtain the correct gauge (11 sts x 17 rounds)
225 (250) 275 (300) 325 (375) g Mohair Luxe (175m/ 25g) by Lang Yarns
or Lusso (180m/ 25g) by Lang Yarns
or Cashmere Garzato (170m/ 25g) by Lana Grossa
The slip stitch hems can either be worked on 6 or 7 mm needles (= 5 or 6 cm hem height).