Triade is the ideal winter wool for your winter knits. Select this yarn if you are looking for a rugged effect. This tweed wool made from recycled threads is bound to give your knitted items a truly natural look. Choose an eco-friendly knitting wool!
Triade is made of 100% recycled yarns, 38% wool, 22% cotton, 28% polyamide, 7% acrylic and 5% other fibers
Each wool ball is 100 meters and 50 grams
Gauge 17 sts x 24 rows = 4 inches on US#6-8 (4-5 mm) needles
Wash on a gentle cycle and dry flat
Opt for an eco-friendly knitting winter wool!
The Jane cardigan features a Garter Stitch yoke with a beautiful faux cable hem. This cardiagn is a beginner friendly, enjoyable knit.
To knit the Jane cardigan, you need between 8 and 14 balls of Laines Cheval Blanc Triade yarn.
"Just like a sea anemone that anchors itself to the rocks to undulate with the rhythm of the ocean, the stitch pattern of this sweater starts at the base of the neckline to unfold gracefully, carried by the sea current all the way to the end." - Louise
This sweater is a circular yoke worked from the top down with an open ballerina style neckline style and ¾ sleeves but you may also opt for a full-length sleeve if you prefer this style. There is no extra length added for the back of the neck: the back and the front of this yoke are identical. I recommend using stitch markers between each pattern repeat. This sweater is designed to be worn with 2" to 4" of positive ease so you must choose a final size that is 2" to 4" larger than your actual bust circumference.
To knit the Anemone pattern, you need between 8 and 18 balls of Triade yarn in the color of your choice.
Beautiful cozy turtleneck pullover worked diagonally, featuring Fisherman’s Rib over the yoke with cute elbow colored patches. The Cozy Corner Pullover will surely become your new favorite!
To knit it, here's what you need in your three favorite colors: