Erle - Norwegian sweater pattern | Morris & Sons Australia FREE 'Erle' Knitting pattern I Norwegian Style I Morris and sons – Morris & Sons Australia

Erle - Norwegian sweater pattern

Rowan
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This long sleeve sweater has an all-over fairisle pattern and colour tipping, with added stripes, at the cuffs and hem. Designed by ARNE & CARLOS, it is worked in stocking stitch throughout and uses four shades of the new Rowan Selects Norwegian Wool.

Click here for more FREE patterns you can use for this Norwegian Wool colour range.

The Erle pattern is also part of the Norwegian Wool Book Two available here.

This pattern is only available as an individual pattern online as a digital download.

Featured Yarns- Rowan Norwegian (click here to see colour range)

Tension-25 sts x 24 rows

Needles Required- 1 pair 3mm (no 11) (US 2/3) needles and 1 pair 3¾mm (no 9) (US 5) needles


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