Samstag, 23. August 2014

Strickjäckle Reloaded: Petit Gilet Rillet aus Supergarne Baumwollsockengarn

Ich besitze bereits einen Vitamin D aus Supergarne Baumwollsockengarn und finde die Qualität super für Sommerklamotten - fällt sehr schön, ist nicht so dick, aber auch nicht so unelastisch und schwer wie reine Baumwolle.

Diese kostenlose Ravelry-Anleitung wollte ich ein bissle weiter haben als in der Anleitung und habe also grosszügig mehr Maschen angeschlagen - nicht bedenkend, dass dadurch der Halsausschnitt viiiiiel zu weit wird.

Glücklicherweise wussten die Ravelry-Leutz Rat: Ich habe rund um den Ausschnitt mit einer dünnen Häkelnadel von hinten eine Runde Kettmaschen gehäkelt - und nu passts"

Ist war einen Tick länger, als ich eigentlich gerne gehabt hätte, aber insgesamt ok.

Well, after rescuing the neckline, I quite like it! I should have used a single crochet cast off for the bottom hem instead of the normal one which is a little tight and a normal cast off instead of the crocheted one for the button bands which are a bit floppy. However, I will wear it unbuttoned at the hem most of the time, I assume. In addition, ideally I would have liked it a bit shorter. But the sleeves length is really great. And I really love the cotton sockyarn for summer clothing!
July 20th
Sewn on buttons - and discovered that the neckline is indeed waaay too big in the back. Will regulate it with a woven through drawstring, just not sure if I will go for a crocheted version or a satin band. sleeves 35 cm after arm pit after washing.

Haah! Thanks to the great folks of Ravelry, I was able to tighten the neckline: I did a row of crochet slip stitches around the whole neckline, using a 3 mm hook on each front 8 eyelets and a 2 mm hook on the back eylets - like it much better now!
July 18th
Finished 2nd sleeve after a 10 days break. Now just have weave in ends, wash and add buttons.

July 4th
Finished 1st sleeve at 3/4 length - 6 eylet ridges with 6 rows plain, 4 garter ridges for cuff. Will decrease less dramaticly for 2nd sleeve, 1st one is a little tight in the arm pit.
June 30th
Finished body and button bands. Used a normal bind off for the bottom hem, not sure if that might be too tight. Picked up 2 stitches every 3 rows for button bands, did 4 garter ridges and place button holes every 15 stitches (simple yarn over buttonhole). Used a single crochet cast off for button bands.

Picked up 86 stitches for the first sleeve, intend to decrease every 4th row in the beginning.
June 28th
Reached 35 cm. Placed a removable stitch marker there so that I can measure from there on and do not have to lay out the whole thing when measuring. Plan to do another 20-22 cms.

June 25th
Made a try-on - glad the neckline is not too wide. Decided to add another set of eylet rows (without the increases of course) at the waist, k8, k2tg, yo

June 22nd
Separated Sleeves - neck seems to be on the wide side, but might adjust with a drawstring through the first row of increase holes. CO 5 stitches under each arm

Maschenprobe: 24 Maschen, 36 Reihen
Angeschlagen: 169 Maschen
3 Garter Ridges


  1. Zunahmereihe: 27 - alle 6 Maschen = 196
  2. Zunahmereihe: 38 - alle 5 - 234
  3. 38- alle 6 - 272
  4. 38 - alle 7 - 310
  5. 38 - alle 8 - 348
  6. 33 - alle 10 - 381

1 Kommentar:

  1. Schön geworden, das Jäckchen. Die Wolle habe ich auch bereits zweimal verstrickt und ich bin super zufrieden damit.

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