Designed by ARNE & CARLOS, this is the perfect layering piece for Winter. A great alternative to a scarf, this roll neck tabard has a beautiful two-colour fairisle design and also features a moss stitch edging.
The Jaeger pattern is also part of the Norwegian Wool Book One available here for -
This pattern is only available as an individual pattern online as a digital download.
Featured Yarns- Rowan Norwegian
Tension-22 sts and 28 rows
Needles Required- 1 pair 3mm (no 11) (US 2/3) needles and 1 pair 3¾mm (no 9) (US 5) needles
Digital Content is non-refundable
- Type: Individual pattern
- Format: Leaflet
- Designed by: ARNE & CARLOS
- Crafts: Knitting
- Needle sizes: 3.00mm, 3.75mm
- Categories: Tabard
- Ages: Adult
- Yarn weight: 8ply / DK / Light Worsted
- Construction method: Flat
- Featured yarns:
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