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CLOSED: Cumulonimbus Sweater Testing Call

The Cumulonimbus Sweater is a continuation of my appreciation for cloud formations, the super fluffy yarn used in the pattern really is like a big fluffy cloud. The v neck is wide and deep giving plenty of space to show off your favourite fancy collared shirt. Worked top down in the round you can customise the length to suit, increase the positive ease for a more relaxed fit.



Sizes: A (B, C, D, E) (F, G, H, I)


32” (36”, 40”, 44”, 48”) (50”, 54”, 58”, 62”) / 82cm (91cm, 101cm, 111cm, 121cm) (131cm, 142cm, 152cm, 162cm)


*actual garment size, choose a size with at least 2" / 5cm positive ease


Yarn: Sample knitted in Snefnug by CaMaRose in 7310 askegra (110m/50g). However you can use any yarn that meets the gauge.


Yardage: 350g (400g, 450g, 470g, 500g) (550g, 600g, 620g, 650g)


770m (880m, 990m, 1034m, 1100m) (1210m, 1320m, 1364m, 1430m)


Needles: 4.5mm & 5.5mm circular needles and/or DPNs


Gauge: 12 stiches & 16 rows per 4” / 10cm


Deadline: 8th December 2021


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I'm Iris, the designer behind hirismakes. I am a lover of nature and as well as a knitwear design I am also a neuroscientist, where I study the fundamental properties that make brains work.