The short jacket is worked bottom up and two-stranded in single pieces. The button-less borders are already included when knitting the front pieces.
The generous and straight cables at body and sleeves are framed by small brioche ribs worked in deep stitches and thus are separated from the surrounding seed stitch ribs.
The jacket is knitted together at the shoulders, side and sleeve seams are sewn. The back is about 6 cm longer than the front, the bands remain open forming lateral vents.
The patterns are easy to repeat and described in the text of the instruction without charts. Due to the uncomplicated cut the length of the jacket is variable. It is also possible to widen the jacket by adding seed stitches to the ribs.
•S, M, L
•COMO TWEED 225 (250/275)g each in Ice Blue 54T, PREMIA 100 (100/125)g in Basalt Blue 46, 1 stitch holder, 1 wool needle
•18 sts and 34 rows two-stranded (one strand COMO and PREMIA each) in large seed stitch using 4.50 mm (US 7) needles = 10 x 10 cm / 4” square
•Long circular knitting needle (80 cm) size 4.50 mm (US 7)
•Length back = 54 (57/60) cm / 21 (22/23)”
•Length front = 48 (51/54) cm / 19 (20/21)”
•Circumference at bust = 104 (112/120) cm / 41 (44/47)”
•Sleeve to underarm (all sizes) = 46 cm / 18”