Gabriella - Girl's Romantic Cable Bolero

Gabriella – a beautiful short bolero with a romantic valande which is in the front short and long in the back. The bolero / cardigan is allover decorated with different cables. Very romantic and extravagant with the long valance in the back. Valances also at the end of sleeves. Simply great for small princesses.

The pattern includes a detailed description with pictures and stitching glossary for the different cables.

The pattern is a PDF with 12 pages in english and german.

Skill Level: Advanced

Sizes: 122, 128, 134, 140 (EU) resp. 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 (US)

Tweedwool 80m / 50 g - Nd. 5.00 mm Gauges: 20 stitches, 25 rows to 10 cm

Contains:

  • pattern includes a detailed description with pictures and stitching glossary for the different cables.
  • pattern is a PDF with 12 pages in english and german.
  • Skill Level: Advanced
  • Sizes: 122, 128, 134, 140 (EU) resp. 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 (US)
  • Knitted Measurements:
  • Length front: 26 / 27,5 / 28 / 29 cm -10,2 / 10,8 / 11 / 11,4''
  • Length back: 34 / 35 / 36 / 37 cm - 13,4 / 13,8 / 14,2 / 14,6 ''
  • Sleevelength from shoulder: 42 / 45 / 48 / 50 cm - 16,5 / 17,7 / 18,9 / 19,7''

Materials you need at home:

  • Du Store Alpakka – Alpakka Tweed (50% Alpakka, 30% Merinowool, 20% Donegal, approx. 80 m / 50 g): 8 / 9 / 10 / 11 skeins each 50 g in colour 102 dark grey
  • 2 / 2 / 3 / 3 buttons 15 mm Ø
  • Circular needles size 5.00 mm (US 8) min. 80 / 100 cm (32 / 40 '') long
  • 1 additional two point needle (helpneedle) also size 5.00 mm (US 8)
  • 1 set of 5.00 mm (US 8) needles
  • 1 crochet hook Size 5.00 mm (H)
  • Gauges: 20 stitches, 25 rows to 10 cm
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Bettina Kast

Knitting was my first love

Even as a small girl marvelous dresses were my favourite. When I went to school I learned knitting from an old nun (but in a "normal" primary school in the beautiful small city Füssen, which is located at the foot of the castle Neuschwanstein of the famous king Ludwig II. in Bavaria / Germany), my passion was aroused. Since then I have the passion to create something of my own from scratch. My mother then taught me sewing, which probably was usual already in my family, because my grandma has always sewn, embroidered and crocheted. So has come slowly but surely one skill to another. I love beautiful, harmonious color combinations, noble natural materials and traditional patterns, soft wool, cashmere, silk, colors in soft natural tones and all colors of the rainbow ... I like to combine old and new and develop my own style from it. A little bit romance, a little bit boho, a little bit eco and lots of pleasure in doing things. Inspiration is my little girl that you see on many pictures at the moment.

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