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Test Knit - Posted January, 17th

Adele jumper

Mar 02
Sweater / Cardigan
Est. Yards
1200 - 1500
Testers Needed

Free Pattern(s)

Payment Notes:

Yarn Requirements

Yarn held together: DK + mohair

Sizes Available

100, 110, 120, 130, 140 cm (20cm positive ease)

Skills Required

Magic Loop
Pick Up Stitches
Sweater/Cardigan - Top Down
Working in the Round


I’m a new designer Lauriane et Charlie and I need test knitters for a sweater for women. If you want to discover my work you can visit my Instagram profile

Adele is a warm jumper worked from the top down with DK and mohair yarns held together. First the front left and the front right are worked flat (back and forth) to form the V-neck.. The back is knitted flat and then joined to the front to start the work in the round. At the bottom of the jumper, the sides are split and finished with beautiful twisted ribs.

After the shoulders are seamed, the sleeves are picked up from the armholes and worked down in the round. The sleeves are loose enough for a comfortable sweater and the cuffs are tightened to fit around the wrists.
Finally, the neckline is picked up and worked in the round with a few rows of twisted ribs.

Deadline: March 3rd (flexible)

Chest circumference: 100, 110, 120, 130, 140 cm
Sample size is 100 cm with 20 cm positive ease.

Yarn held together: DK + mohair
About 900, 1000, (1100, 1250, 1550) meters or 980, 1100, (1200, 1370, 1700) yards
Yarn used for the sample: Biscotte yarns DK pure and Hermione held together.

18 sts & 24 rows = 10 cm (4’’) in stockinette stitch with larger needles after blocking

Suggested needles (if you get the gauge):
Circular needles in size 5 mm/US 8
Circular needles in size 4 mm/US 6 for the ribbing

Notions : Stitch markers, Stitch holders or waste yarn, Tapestry needle


  • My main expectation is to have your feedback on the clarity of the pattern.
  • Fully knit and block the sweater prior to the deadline.
  • The quantity of yarn used for each color.