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Biches & Bûches

No.19 Sweater Pattern

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The sweater is worked in the round, bottom-up in stocking (stockinette) stitch with a strand of each yarn held together throughout. It has a ribbing at the neck, the lower body and the sleeves.


Biches & Bûches
Le Petit Lambswool 200 (200, 250, 250, 300, 350) g
Le Petit Silk & Mohair 125 (125, 150, 150, 175, 200) g
(1 thread of each held together throughout)


3.5 mm (US 4) or one size smaller than the larger needle size
4 mm (US 6) or size to obtain gauge


19 sts and 28 rows = 10 cm/4” in stockinette stitch.


XS (S, M, L, XL, 2XL)

: the sweater is intended to have approx. 10cm/4” positive ease in chest width.

Finished Measurements

XS: chest width 46.5cm/18.25” - armhole 19cm/7.5” - length from underarms and down 38cm/15” - sleeve length to underarm 43cm/17” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

S: chest width 50.5cm/20” - armhole 20.5cm/8” - length from underarms and down 39cm/15.25” - sleeve length 44cm/17.25” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

M: chest width 54.5cm/21.5” - armhole 22cm/8.75” – length from underarms and down 40cm/15.75” - sleeve length 46cm/18” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

L: chest width 58cm/22.75” - armhole 23cm/9” - length from underarms and down 41cm/16.25” - sleeve length 45cm/17.75” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

XL: chest width 62cm/24.5” - armhole 26cm/10.25” - length from underarms and down 42cm/16.5” - sleeve length 45cm/17.75” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

2XL: chest width 66.5cm/26” - armhole 28cm/11” - length from underarms and down 44cm/17.25” - sleeve length 45cm/17.75” (ribbing 12cm/4.75”)

"how to determine your size:you can take your favourite knitted sweater, worked in a yarn similar to the one you are considering, and measure its dimensions. it may not have the exact same shape, but it will give you an idea of the size to choose ! a sweater in thin wool is often designed a little loose, so it is best to choose a slightly larger than smaller size, and biches & bûches designs are actually not intended to be worn tight"