Pull L’Heure Bleue
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Blue Hour Pull

The Blue Hour is a cozy and comfortable knitwear. It’s called « the Blue hour » because of the deepness of the color. A truely midnight blue !

This is The sweater that we enjoy wearing during the week-end with a pair of jeans, ready to walk the woods or relax in a log cabin with a cup of tea.

My 11-year-old daughter loves to steal it and read her mangas nested in the couch.

Size

Unique

Level

Intermediate

material

  • 340 gr MADI by la Maison Tricotée (90 % Kid Mohair, 10 % Nylon, 170m/100 grammes) color Marie-Claude
  • 1 pair of 6 mm needles
  • 1 pair of circular 6 mm in 24 ‘’
  • 4 locking stich markers
  • 4 stitch holders (or scrap yarns
  • 1 embroidery needle

Gauge

11 sts x 19 rows = 10 cm x 10 cm in stockinette stitch with 6 mm. Take time to check the gauge and adjust your needles if necessary. I’m quite a « loose » knitter.

Abbreviations

Sts
stitches
WS
wrong side
RS
Right side
R
row
K
Knit
P
Purl
SSK
slip 1 st, slip an other stitch, place these stitches back on left needles and knit them together.
K2tog
knit 2 stitches together

Realisation

Back

Cast on 82 sts with 6 mm needles.

R1 (WS) : P2, * K2, P2* repeat from * to *.

R2 : K2 * P2, K2 * repeat from * to *.

Repeat R1 et 2 two more times, knit R1 once for a total of 7 rows.

Continue in stockinette stitch, beginning with a knit row for a total lenght of 35 cm.

Place 2 stitch markers for armholes at each side.

At 19 cm after the stitch markers, place all the stitches on a stitch holder or scrap yarn.

Front

Same work as the front until 10 cm after the armholes stitch markers ending with a wrong side row.

Begin to shape the neckhole as follow :

R1 : K35, cast off the following 12 sts, knit to end.

If you feel more comfortable, you can place the 35 sts of the left side on a stitch holder until we finished the right side of the work.

R2 (WS) : P34 and slip the last stitch purlwise.

R3 : Cast off 3 sts, slipping purlwise the first st. of the row, knit to end.

R4 : Purl to the last stitch and slip it.

R5 : Cast off 2 sts, slipping purlwise the first st. of the row, knit to end.

Repeat R4 and 5 one more time.

R8 : Purl

R9 : K1, SSK, knit to end.

Repeat R8 and 9 two more times = 25 sts.

At 19 cm of length after the armholes stitch markers, place the remaining 25 sts on a stitch holder or scrap yarn.

Place the 35 sts of the left side on the needle with wrong side facing.

R1 (WS) : Cast off 3 sts, slipping purlwise the first st. of the row, purl to end.

R2 : Knit to the last stich and slip it.

R3 : Cast off 2 sts, slipping purlwise the first st. of the row, purl to end.

R4 : Knit to the last stich and slip it.

Repeat R3 and 4 one more time.

R7 : Purl.

R8 : Knit to the last 3 sts, K2tog, K1.

Repeat R7 and 8 two more times = 25 sts.

At 19 cm of length after the armholes stitch markers, place the remaining 25 sts on a stitch holder or scrap yarn.

Sleeves (Knit 2)

Cast on 52 sts and knit 7 rows of rib 2/2. At 27 cm of total length, cast off all sts loosely.

Finitions

Place the 25 sts of the back and front shoulders on needles and do a 3 needles bind off or a kitchener stitch. Do the same with the right shoulders.

Begining at the left shoulfer, right side facing, pick up and knit 40 sts along the front neckhole and knit the 32 sts on hold of the back = 72 sts.

Join in the round with the 24 ‘’ circular needles, place a marker and knit 5 rows of rib 2/2.

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