Raglancardigan

Her er opskriften til min raglancardigan  som jeg nu endelig er blevet færdig med. Måske der er nogen der kan få glæde af den.

Tusind tak til Diane Franklin der hjalp mig både med teststrikning, teksten og min stavning på engelsk.

Here is the pattern for my raglancardigan which I now finally been completed. Perhaps there is someone there to enjoy it.
Many thanks to Diane Franklin, who helped me both with test knitting, text and my spelling in English.

Directions for Bente’s raglan cardigan

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Text Information 19/5/09

Garment type

Cardigan - female

Sleeve type

Raglan

Neck style - front

Vee

Neck style - back

Round

This garment was based on the following dimensions

To fit chest

112 cm

+ ease

10 cm

To fit waist or hip

125 cm

+ ease

5.0 cm

To fit Nape to garment length

68 cm

+ ease

0 cm

To fit Arm length

61 cm

+ ease

0 cm

To fit Upper arm

39 cm

+ ease

10 cm

To fit Wrist

18 cm

+ ease

9 cm

To fit Shoulder to shoulder

37 cm

+ ease

1 cm

Main Tensions

29.0 Stitches

41.0 Rows per 10 cm

 

Tension dial setting = tension 8
Notes about this shape file: 2 threads red 28/2 – 1 thread golden 28/2
This sweater is knit in one piece, with the only seam being on the underside of the sleeve,
though the diagram shows 19 separate pieces, you never break the thread.
You use short rows throughout.

I always start with the carriage to the right! Except at the sleeves!
Begin with “piece 1” and when it is completed, knit piece 2, and so on until the end.
The pattern uses all the needles on the machine, so if you are very far from the measurements
and gauge it will be difficult to make the sweater.
I made this pattern in DAK, if you want, maybe you can alter it in DAK, I don’t know.

Instructions:

Begin the sweater by casting on 184 stitches (93 to the left of 0 and 91 to the right of 0), using scrap yarn. Knit about 10 rows. Finish with carriage at right.
Now shift to main yarn

Piece 1:
Knit 2 rows on all the stitches. COR Set RC to 0.
Pull out 174 needles on the left into holding position (HP) and knit 2 rows on the 10 needles from right to left and left to right. This is row 0 and 1. COR.
(*Remember, before the row from left to right, to put the yarn around the 1. needle in hold to prevent holes. *)
Push back 9 needles into working position (WP) and knit 2 rows. This is row 2 and 3. You now have 165 needles still in HP. COR
Push back 10 more needles into WP and knit 2 rows. This is row 4 and 5. You now have 155 needles still in HP. COR.
Push back 10 more needles into WP and knit 2 rows. This is row 5 and 6. You now have 145 needles still in HP.
Continue following the left side of diagram for piece 1, bringing needles into working position according to the diagram.
AT THE SAME TIMEon the right, when you get to row 18 you will increase 1 stitch.
At row 36, through a combination of bringing needles into WP on the left and increasing on the right, you will have 185 needles in use. Knit 2 rows. COR Set RC to 0.

Piece 2:
(This piece is the same as piece 18)
Put all the stitches into holding HP except for 17 stitches on the right hand side of the needle bed. Knit 2 rows from right to left and left to right, row 0 and 1. (* *) COR
Push back 17 more stitches into WP and knit 2 rows, row 2 and 3. You now have 155 needles still in holding position.
Continue on the left side in this way until you have brought out a total of 185 needles into WP on the left.
When you get to row 22 on the left, start putting needles back into HP according to the diagram for piece 2.
When you get to row 40, you should have only the rightmost 17 stitches in working position. Knit 2 rows on those stitches.
Put all the needles in WP and knit 2 rows. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 3:
Bring 168 needles from HP to WP to the left of the 17 needles already in WP. Knit 2 rows COR. Set RC to 0.
Now, bring 2 needles into HP on the left, and knit 2 rows, row 1 and 2, and then bring 1 needle into HP on every row for the next 83 rows. (* *).
AT THE SAME TIMEon the right, at row 32 increase one stitch, at row 64 increase one stitch, COR.
At row 86 bring 16 needles on left into HP, and do the same at row 88. At row 90, row 92 and row 94, bring 17 needles in HP.
There are now 17 needles in WP at right. Knit 2 rows on all the needles. COR.
Now put 83 needles in WP to the left of the needles in WP, there will be 100 needles.
Knit 1 row to the left. Yarn is supposed to be at the middle of the machine now. COL.
Now shift to scrap yarn and knit 10 rows and drop these stitches off the needles for later use. COL Set RC to 0.
Piece 4:
The sleeve is worked on the remaining 87 needles that are still in HP to the left.
With scrap yarn, cast on 103 stitches to the right of the needles in holding position and knit 10 rows. COL.
Shift to the main yarn and knit 1 row to the right. COR
Put all needles in WP and knit 1 row. COL.
Put 98 needles to the right of the 92 last needles into HP and knit 1 row. COR. Set RC to 0.
Now you take 6 needles to the right of the stitches you just knit, put them in WP and knit 1 row to the left.
Put all the needles to the right of the 6 last needles into holding position. (Row 1) COL
Put 1 needle on the left and 5 needles on the right into WP and knit one row left to right (Row 2) COR. (* *)
Take 1 needle on the left and 5 needles to the right into WP and knit to the right (Row 2) COR.
Take 1 needle on the left into WP and knit to the left (Row 3) COL.
Take 5 needles to the right into WP and knit to the right (Row 4) COR
Continue bringing needles into WP, on the left and right alternately according to the diagram in piece 4.
When you get to row 45, COL, take 1 needle into WP on the left and 4 needles into WP on the right and knit 2 rows. COL.
Knit even on the right side until row 155. At this point you have 91 stitches in WP on the right.
Then put needles back into holding position at the right, according to the diagram, until you get to row 200. COR.
When you get to row 86, you should have 87 needles in WP on the left.
Knit 1 row and increase 2 stitches at left and knit 2 rows continuing increases according to the diagram until row 103. COL.
Now you put 1 needle back into HP every row until row 200.
You now have a total of 97 stitches back into HP on the left, at that point there are 5 needles in WP and the rest of the needles are in HP. COL.
Put all the needles to the right of the 5 needles that are in HP into WP and knit 2 rows. Put COL.
Shift to scrap yarn and knit 10 rows. Take the stitches off the needles.
Shift to main yarn. COL Set RC to 0.

Piece 5

Re hang the 100 stitches that you earlier took off on scrap yarn (at the end of piece 3) and knit 1 row. COR.
Put all needles in HP except the first 20 and knit 2 rows. (* *) COR
AT THE SAME TIMEon the right, increase one stitch on row 13 and knit 13 rows, at row 26 increase one stitch and knit 14 rows.
Do the same on row 40 and knit 13 rows. Follow the diagram for piece 5 by bringing needles to the left into WP according to the diagram
At row 52 you should have 147 needles in WP. Knit 2 rows. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 6:

(This piece is the same as piece 14)
Start by pulling out all needles on the left to HP except for the first 13 needles. (* *)
Put 14 needles into WP and knit two rows. Continue putting needles into WP according to diagram.
When you get to row 22, start putting needles back into HP following the diagram. Knit 2 rows. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 7:

Startby putting 147 needles in to WP.
Follow the diagram by bringing needles to WP according to the diagram. (* *)
At row 52 you should have 200 needles in WP. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 8:

(This piece is the same as piece 12)
Put all needles on left into HP except for the first 20 needles. Knit 2 rows. COR.
Follow the diagram and bringing out additional needles into holding position. (* *)
At row 22 start bringing needles back into WP according to the diagram. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 9:

Startby knitting 2 rows across all 200 needles. COR. At row 2 decrease 1 stitch at left and knit 3 rows.
(Use a 2 or 3 needle transfer tool- gives the nicest result) At row 5 decrease 1 stitch and knit 12 rows.
At row 17 decreases 1 stitch and knit 11. At row 27 you now have 197 needles. Knit 1 row. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 10:

Put all needles into HP except for the first 18. Knit 2 rows. (* *) COR. 
Continue putting needles into HP according to the diagram.
On row 22, begin putting needles into WP according to the diagram and knit 2 rows. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 11:

Start by knitting 10 rows on all 197 needles. COR.
On row 11, increase 1 needle on left (use a 2 or 3 needle transfer tool) and knit 12 rows.
On row 23 increase 1 needle to the left and knit 2 rows.
Repeat 1 time. On row 27 you will have 200 needles in WP, knit 1 row. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 12

is the same as piece 8. 
(* *)

Knit 2 rows. COR. Set RC to 0. Follow the directions for piece 8.

Piece 13:

Start by bringing 1 needle into HP on every row for the next 52 rows. (* *)
At the same time
on the right, on row 26 decrease 1 stitch and knit 27 rows.
At row 52 you will have 147 needles in WP. COR Set RC to 0.

Piece 14:

is the same as piece 6 COR. 
(* *)

Follow the directions for piece 6.

Piece 15:

At row 2 put 2 needle on the left HP and knit 2 rows and do that 5 times. (* *)
At row 12 put 3 needles in HP and knit 2 rows. At row 14 put 2 needles in HP and do that 9 times.
At row 32 put 3 needles in HP. At row 34 put 3 needles in HP and do that 5 times.
At row 44 put 17 needles in HP. At row 46 put 16 needles in HP. At row 48 put 17 needles in HP twice. At row 52 put 16 needles in HP.
At the same time to the right decrease 1 stitch at row 13 and knit 13 rows.
At row 26 decrease 1 stitch and knit 14 rows. Do the same on row 40 and knit 13 rows.
You will have now 17 needles in WP. COR. Put 83 needles in WP to the left of the needles in WP, there will be 100 needles.
Knit 1 row to the left. Yarn is supposed to be at the middle of the machine now. COL.
Shift to scrap yarn and knit 10 rows and drop these stitches off the needles for later use.

Piece 16:

The sleeve is worked on the remaining 97 needles that are still in HP. COL
With scrap yarn, cast on 103 stitches to the right of the needles in holding position and knit 10 rows. COL.
Shift to the main yarn and knit 1 row to the right. COR
Put all needles in WP and knit 1 row. COL.
Put 98 needles to the right of the 92 last needles into HP and knit 1 row. COR. Set RC to 0.
Now you take 6 needles to the left of the stitches you just knit, put them in WP and knit 1 row to the left. (Row 1) COL
Put 1 needle on the left and 5 needles on the right into WP and knit one row left to right (Row 2) COR. (* *)
Take 1 needle on the left and 5 needles to the right into WP and knit to the right (Row 2) COR.
Take 1 needle on the left into WP and knit to the left (Row 3) COL. Take 5 needles to the right into WP and knit to the right (Row 4) COR
Continue bringing needles into WP, on the left and right alternately according to the diagram in piece 4.
When you get to row 45, COL, take 1 needle into WP on the left and 4 needles into WP on the right and knit 2 rows. COL.
Knit even on the right side until row 155. Then put needles back into holding position, according to the diagram, until you get to row 200.
When you get to row 94, decrease 2 stitches and the same on row 94. at row 96 decrease 2 stitches and knit 2 rows.
At row 100 decrease 2 stitches and knit 3 rows. At row 103 decrease 1 stitch and knit 3 rows.
At 106 decrease 1 stitch and knit 4 rows again at row 110. At row 114 decrease 2 stitches and knit 1 row.
Now put needles back into HP at the left according to the diagram until row 200.
At that point there are 5 needles in WP and the rest of the needles are in HP.
Put all the needles to the right of the 5 needles into WP and knit two rows. COL.
Shift to scrap yarn and knit 10 rows. Take the stitches off the needles.
Shift to main yarn. COL Set RC to 0.

Piece 17:

Re hang the 100 stitches that you earlier took off on scrap yarn at the end of piece 15.
Now you put all the needles in HP except the first 20 needles to the right.
Follow the diagram by bringing needles to the left into WP according to the diagram. (* *)
At row 9 you start to bring needles in HP every row.
At row 32 decrease 1 stitch in right side and knit 32 rows, do that 3 times.
At row 95 you will have 185 needles in WP. COR. Set RC to 0.

Piece 18:

is the same as piece 2. 
(* *)

Follow the directions for piece 2.

Piece 19:

Start bringing needles into HP according to the diagram.
At the same timeto the right decrease 1 stitch at row 18.
When you come to row 36. Knit 2 rows on all the stitches. COR
Shift to scrap yarn and knit 10 rows and take the whole thing off the machine.

Now you must finish the front edges end back neck.

Hang the front stitches for one front on the needles.
Knit over all the stitches on the front with T8 knit 2 rows, then lower the Tension one point at every other row until you get to T5 then go up again.
You will knit 40 rows in total. Then hang the start row up, knit 2 rows and cast off over the gateposts.
Do the same for the other front and last hang the neck on the machine, including the front bands that you just knit, and make the neckband in the same way. 

Happy Knitting

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