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« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2006 10:30:19 PM »

beautiful!  I would also love the translated pattern!
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« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2006 04:56:22 AM »

And again, thanks a lot for all the replies, I will post the translation later this day - I think it will be really nice to see all the pullovers in one gallery  Wink!
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« Reply #12 on: July 14, 2006 06:52:03 AM »

Very nice pullover and it your tailor it well to your frame.  Excellent job
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« Reply #13 on: July 14, 2006 08:18:25 AM »

Well, now here´s the translated pattern, excuse the mistakes I´m not a pro in English language... so if somebody can´t figure out what these hieroglyphics say ... give me a hint...

ANGORA PULLOVER

SIZE : M (L)
Originally made of Online-wolle “Linie 99 Royal” (70% angora, 30% lambswool, about 33mtrs/ 10g), I made mine out of Schachenmayr nomotta´s “Rosato” (60% cotton, 40% Polyamid, 50g / 85m, needle size 4-5mm), approx. 11 skeins for size M

Gauge:
16 sts/26rows = 10 x 10 cm



BACK:

CO 86 (94) sts,
Row 1:  k1*p1 k2 p1* repeat ** 21 (23) times, k1
Row 2:  k1*k1 p2 k1* repeat ** 21 (23) times, k1
Repeat R1&R2 until your work measures 5 cm.

Then work in stockinette stitch until your work measures 35 (31) cm.

Shape armholes:
BO 4 (5) sts at beg of next 2 rows, then in every 2. row:  k2, ssk, work in patt as set to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2, repeat the dec for 7 times;

Neckline:
When work measures 48 cm BO center 26sts and finish both sides seperately:
BO 1x 4sts, 1x 2sts, 4x 1sts in every 2. row; BO remaining 9 (12) sts when work measures 55cm.

FRONT:

CO 86 (94) sts,
Row 1:  k1*p1 k2 p1* repeat ** 21 (23) times, k1
Row 2:  k1*k1 p2 k1* repeat ** 21 (23) times, k1
Repeat R1&R2 until your work measures 5 cm.

Then work in stockinette stitch until your work measures 15 (15) cm.
Now split your work in the middle of the front and put one half onto a holder as you have to finish both sides seperately.

(Work the decreases for the v-neck using ssk or k2tog), so dec in every 2. row 5x 1sts , in every 4. row 13 x 1sts, in every 6. row 5 x 1sts.

At the same time – don´t forget the armholes!

When your work measures 35 (31) cm shape armholes:
BO 4 (5) sts at beg of next 2 rows, then in every 2. row:  k2, ssk, work in patt as set to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2, repeat the dec for 7 times.

BO the remaining 9 (12) sts when work measures 55 cm.
SLEEVES:

CO 38(44)
Row 1:  k1*p1 k2 p1* repeat ** 9 (10) times, k1 (p1 k2)
Row 2:  k1*k1 p2 k1* repeat ** 9 (10) times, k1 (k3)
Repeat R1&R2 until your work measures 5 cm.

Then work in stockinette stitch, inc 1sts in every 6. row for 11 times (= 60(66) sts).

When work measures 35(34) cm BO 4 (5) sts at beg of next 2 rows, then in every 2. row BO 1 x 2sts, 16(17)x 1sts, 2x2sts, then BO the remaining sts. ( I did the dec again using ssk & k2tog when there was only 1sts to BO).

Work the 2nd sleeve in the same way.

FINISHING:

Sew the soulder seams.
For the neck edge finishing pick up about 212 sts ( 56 around the back of the neck, 78 around the right and left side of the neck); start in the center of the front and with RS facing you join and * k2, p2 * 1row, be sure that the 2 center sts of the front are knitted, not purled!
In the 2nd row, knit together the right center st and the st before, and slip the left center st over the st after the center sts. Do that in every 2nd row for 8cm. BO all sts but k2tog the purled sts on the back of the next before you BO.

Sew sleeves into armholes then sew side and sleeve seams.





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« Reply #14 on: July 14, 2006 10:37:14 AM »

Thanks so much for the translation!
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« Reply #15 on: July 14, 2006 11:26:55 AM »

Thank you, thank you, thank you. You're a doll. The translation is great. Cant wait to get started Grin
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« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2006 07:46:49 PM »


OOOOHHHHH, Thanks so much for translating and posting the pattern.

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« Reply #17 on: July 15, 2006 07:33:32 AM »

That's soo beautiful.

You must have really gooood english to be able to translate the pattern so clearly. I literally just got back from living in Germany for a month (I've been home for 2 hours) and I have no idea what they're talking about.
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« Reply #18 on: July 15, 2006 08:02:45 AM »

Hi! Wow, I love your pullover! Danke so much for the translation. Awesome! I'd like to visit Germany someday. I'd like to go a lot of places. Cheesy

Oh, and I have a question. I'm about your size (I think). Did you do it in M? Or did you make it smaller?
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« Reply #19 on: July 15, 2006 08:03:57 AM »

That's soo beautiful.

You must have really gooood english to be able to translate the pattern so clearly. I literally just got back from living in Germany for a month (I've been home for 2 hours) and I have no idea what they're talking about.

OMG. What is that cuteness in your profile picture? Is the little darling a naked rat? Agh, I want to hold!
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