Urke | Knit Kit

Variant 1


Note: This is NOT a finished sweater, but a knit kit which includes yarn and a digital pattern
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What does the knitting kit contain?

The knitting kit includes yarn and a SKAPPEL label. The knitting kit is delivered in a SKAPPEL box. The pattern is digital.

Knitting needles and Skappel tote bag are purchased separately.

The pattern is written in English.

Detailed description

Note: The colors in the pictures may differ slightly from how they appear in reality.
Size Size Small Medium Large
Size Garment measurements In cm:
Chest size, approx. 136S 146M 156L
Total length, approx. 72S 75M 78L
Sleeve length, approx. 46S 46M 46L

Chest, approx. 53¼ S 57½ M 61½ L
Total length, approx. 28¼S 29½M 30¾ L
Sleeve length, approx. 18¼ S 18¼ M 18¼ L

Size Amount of yarn (g) Myk Norwegian Lambswool:

Main Color: 300S 350M 400L
Contrast Color: 300S 300M 350L
Size Recommended needles Circulars: 6mm, length 16 and 32 in/ 40 and 80 cm.
Double pointed needles: 6mm

NOTE adjust needle size to obtain correct gauge if necessary.
Size Difficulty level 2
Size Knitting gauge 14 stitches in stockinette = approx. 10cm / 4 inches

NOTE adjust needle size to obtain correct gauge if necessary.
To ensure that your result turns out well and that you have enough yarn to complete your project, it's important that you follow the specified measurements in the pattern and check gauge before starting the project.

We all knit a little differently, and the specified gauge for our models is based on Dorthe Skappel's gauge on the garments. Therefore, it doesn't matter if you consider yourself to knit "normally," as her normal might be different from yours.

Remember that the recommended needles in the pattern are just guidelines. They will provide the correct gauge for some, but not for everyone. When you knit a swatch to measure your gauge, you may discover that you either knit a bit tighter or looser compared to the specified gauge. If you knit tighter, you'll need to go up a needle size, and if you knit looser, you'll need to go down a needle size.