esmaspäev, 7. august 2017

Sviitri pilte ja natuke arutlusi/Pictures of the sweater and some considerations

Sviiter sai pildistatud (pildistaja Sonata Eidikienė)
The sweater got photographed (photos by Sonata Eidikienė).
Sonata, ačiū Jums!
Lõng/Yarn: lambatalle vill/lamb kid wool (100 g/370 m), 210 g.
Vardad/Needles: 3,5 mm, 4 mm
Tegin klassikalise vahelduseks klassikalise varrukaga sviitri. Varrukal on ripsitriibud. Mõtlesin, et teen vahelduseks, aga selgus, et see oli üsna vajalik. Nimelt, lõng on üsna pehme ja labane kude kisub viltu. Kui sviiter on seljas, pole eriti näha, aga väikse diameetri puhul (varrukal) on üsna nähtav. Nii et triibud on nii dekoratiivsed kui ka funktsionaalsed. Tahaksin proovida seda mudelit mõne muu lõngaga.
I made classical set-in sleeves for a change. There are some garter stripes on the sleeves. I thought it would be a good idea for a change but it became clear that this was rather necessary. Namely, the yarn is vey soft and stockinette fabric is biased. It is not very visible when I am wearing the sweater but it is noticeable on a small diameter tube (sleeve). Thus, stripes are both decoative and functional. I would like to try this model with a different yarn.

2 kommentaari:

oldnanny ütles ...

Simple and elegant, I think it's one of your best patterns :-) Set-in sleeves with garter lines look great! Biased lines on the sleeves are barely visible, but anyway, I don't mind, nothing to be worried about too much.

Anna ütles ...

Oldnanny, thank you very much! I think nobody notices the bias (if one does not know about it). I think I would try to do it in a different yarn later. Some people asked for a pattern and it would be good to do it with a conventional yarn, so to say.