Coronille sleeveless jumper to knit
Sleeveless Sweater to knit
The Coronille Sweater is a V-neck tank top to be knitted in Heritage, a pure undyed alpaca wool. The kit contains balls of wool, optional knitting needles, a small heart swee and the knitting pattern for sizes S to XL.
The measurements of our model correspond to a size M. The height of the jumper is 60 cm for this size. The model shown is knitted in Natural Heritage.
Treat yourself to a jumper made of pure alpaca wool, comfortable and warm. The Coronille Sweater is a straight cut tank top that falls to the hips with a shallow V-neck. A trendy design!
Wear this sleeveless jumper directly on the skin or over a long-sleeved shirt or tank top.
How to knit the jumper?
The Coronille Sweater is knitted with n°4.5 needles. To make it, you need to know the basic knitting techniques:
- Knit knit and purl stitches
Pick up stitches for the neckline
Bind off and assembly
If you know these techniques, you can start this project. Knitting beginners with a little experience will benefit from help in raising the stitches.
Heritage Alpaca Wool is available in several natural shades of the animal's fleece. Choose the colour that suits you, then determine the size in which you wish to knit the jumper.
The knitting kit
The kit contains everything you need to make the Coronille Sweater: balls of alpaca wool, optional knitting needles, a small 24-carat gold heart to sign your work and the knitting pattern with all the instructions for sizes S to XL.
To make the jumper, you will also need a pair of scissors, a tape measure, a wool needle and a stitch holder (optional). Visit our haberdashery page to complete your knitting accessories.
To keep your jumper looking good for a long time, space out the washings and use little detergent. Simply air your jumper to get rid of any bad smell.
Wash by hand or in the washing machine if it has a wool programme. The water temperature should be constant and <30°C for washing and rinsing. Spin without wringing or at less than 600 rpm. You can iron under the steam of the iron in the 1 point position with the help of a pattemouille.
Store flat in an unconfined area.
- Stocking stitches and ribs
- Difficulty Level
- Needles size
- 7 à 9