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Frost all done! :)

The traditional icelandic sweater I was making for a friend of mine is all done and shipped to USA!

Pattern:  Frost by Védís Jónsdóttir from Lopi 29
Yarn:  Álafoss lopi, same colors as in the pattern

A little close up on the finishing…

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  1. Ekki varstu lengi að þessu!
    Ég var einmitt að klára lopakjól, fæ myndir af honum fljótlega :)

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  2. Knitty Attitude

    Það lá pínulítið á þessari, þurfti að senda vini mínum hana út meðan enn væri vetur í USA. Hlakka til að sjá myndir af lopakjólnum! :)

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  3. this sweater is beautiful!!!! i looooove your knits!

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  4. Knitty Attitude

    Thanks Julie! :)

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  5. Renée Epker

    Hello,
    First of all, it is beautiful!!!
    Though I know this is an old post, I hope you still check in here sometimes? I want to start on the Frost but can’t seem to make out how many skeins I need of the grey and white (I want to make the black version) from the pattern book. They only tell you the amount of black you need…………? Very frustrating ;-)
    Thank you!
    Renée

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    • Knitty Attitude

      Thank you Renée! I checked my pattern book. The sweater is in sizes S (M, L, XL, XXL) and for the black version you need:
      Black-spotted no. 9975 = 5 (6, 6, 7, 7)
      Grey no. 0056 = 3 for all sizes
      White no. 0051 = 1 (1, 2, 2, 2)

      Hope this helps! If not just contact me again. You can also send me a mail: knittyattitude@gmail.com

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  6. Renée Epker

    Thank you :-) Now I just need to wait for the wool to arrive………

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