The first top-down sweater kit (includes Japanese text pattern and video tutorial)
In response to a long-standing request, we have created a kit with a detailed video on how to knit a top-down (knit from the neck) sweater!
The top-down sweater is a familiar pattern in sentence form, but it is difficult for those who are familiar with Japanese knitting. This time, for such people, we have prepared videos that are not just knitting techniques, such as how to read sentence patterns and the flow of how to knit a top-down sweater.
Also, this time, it is a pattern that I made to solve the problem of "too wide neck" that I always complained about with top-down sweaters. If you thought it would be difficult to wear because the neck is too open, please try it.
Hike, it's easy to knit. Tokuko
amirisu Hike S (M, L, XL, 2XL ) = 5 (5, 6, 6, 7) Kase printing pattern (Japanese sentence pattern)
designed by Ochiai Tokuko
Bust: S (M, L, XL, 2XL) = 100 (106.5, 110, 119, 123) cm
Recommended allowance: +15 - 20cm
Model wears size S with a margin of 18cm
needle to use
US 5 (3.75 mm) 80cm circular needle
binding needle , stitch number marker
About video tutorials
The URL and the password of the page where the videos can be viewed together are specified in the pattern. The video included is below.
・Explanation of the structure of a top-down sweater ・How to read a pattern and how to choose a size
sample color is venus
Pendant worn by model: AWAI
This pendant is carved out of a block of wood in the shape of a drop and coated with multiple layers of lacquer. I was lucky enough to borrow it. The presence of a carefully crafted item perfectly matched the delicately dyed Hike sweater.