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Two Tone Sweater in Sirdar Jewelspun (10030)
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Two Tone Sweater in Sirdar Jewelspun (10030)

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Using just one shade of yarn, you can create this beautiful striped ladies' two-tone sweater. This intermediate pattern is designed in Sirdar Jewelspun, Jewelspun blends opulent colours to mimic the popular hand-spun look in a soft, light Aran weight that’s as easy to care for as it is to wear. Choose from six flattering shades to bring a bit of simple Scandi-style cosiness to your wardrobe.

Size: 32" - 54"

This Kit contains:

  • 2 x Sirdar Jewelspun - Midnight Fjords (0846)
  • 1 x Digital Pattern

You will also require 4.5, 5mm Knitting Needles & Stitch Holders.

Please see below for the yarn requirements for the individual sizes instructed in the pattern.

  • Yarn weight: Aran (10ply) / US Worsted (4)

  • Length: 500m ( 546yds) per ball

  • Needle Size: 4.5mm, 5mm (US7, US8) Knitting Needles

  • Ball weight: 200g (7oz) per ball

  • Tension: 18 sts and 27 rows on 10cm, 4in over stocking stitch on 5mm needles.

  • Fibre: 100% Acrylic

  • Care Instructions: Machine Washable 40°C, Do Not Bleach, Do Not Tumble Dry, Cool Iron, Dry Clean in Most Solvents.

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Sweater

  • Pattern For: Ladies

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Jenny T.
Australia Australia
Jewelspun yarn and pattern

I haven’t started knitting the garment yet, but I was really impressed that I received the order so promptly.

Jessica T.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Sirdar Jewelspun Aran Wool and Patterns

Pattern is so comprehensive and easy to follow, but unfortunately I ran out of wool, having bought 2 balls as the pattern stated. I needed 3 to complete the garment. I wrote to Sirdar and explained their mistake (I followed the tension and measurements down to the letter) and they kindly said they would refund the cost of the third ball (I have yet to receive this in the post). However, the finished garment looks lovely and should be very warm in the forthcoming winter.