Yoki is a super fluid and light sweater with a top-down drop-sleeve construction and an oversized, boxy fit - ideal over your favorite pair of high-waisted jeans or with a dress! The cable pattern that covers the front is simple and easy to remember (and it can be done without a cable needle!), but looks striking!
The sweater is knitted in one piece, entirely seamless, from the top down. The cabled pattern that completely covers the front is very delicate - it's a very simple system of cables on 2 stitches only that can be knitted without a cable needle. It's also easy to remember, and very addictive! Yoki's straight line and drop shoulder shape make the sweater a timeless and very comfortable basic.
This listing is for the single PDF pattern for Yoki. You'll get an email with a download link immediately after purchase.
If you're interested in the pattern in print form, check out Issue 5 - that's where it first got published!
Finished bust circumference: 100 (105, 110, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155, 165) cm / 39.25 (41.25, 43.25, 45.25, 49.25, 53.25, 57, 61, 65)” - recommended to be worn with 13-25 cm / 5-10” of positive ease at the bust.
Marianne Munier lives in France, close to Paris. She works in IT and became a knitwear designer by chance, wanting to prove herself she could do it. Marianne Munier lives in France, close to Paris. She works in IT and became a knitwear designer by chance, wanting to prove herself she could do it. Marianne is a pragmatic person who was always told that she didn’t have much imagination. For a long time she believed it – but then she started knitting. “It was a revelation. I was able to invent myself on my needles.” Knitting has taught Marianne patience and perseverance, but above all, the sense of detail. She likes to put time and effort into the little finishes that are not necessarily visible but make all the difference.
Photography: Melinda Dela Costa
Model: Charifa Radji
Tech Editing: Marina Skua & Jessica Schwab
Graphic Design: Camille Romano
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