Zipper Teddy

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Intermediate / Zipper neckline is created first. Then the sweater is worked top down. Stitches are picked up for the sleeves, which are knitted from the shoulders down. Sleeve cuffs are worked first and seamlessly attached to the sleeves. See Strikkehjelpen for instructional videos.

You can find more information about yarn and sizes further down on this page.

The pattern comes as a downloadable pdf-file, and is available directly after purchase.

Pattern and yarn kit - Zipper Teddy is a 100% natural, sporty and cozy sweater. Bouclé yarn and soft merino in a delightful combination.

  • Sizes in the pattern
  •  2XS (XS) S (M) L (XL) 2XL (3XL)
  • Yarn in the yarn kit
  • Pickles Mjuk Merino: 150 g for all sizes
  • Pickles Teddy: 400 (500) 500 (600) 600 (700) 700 (800) g
  • Needles you need (recommended sizes)
  • 32” | 80 cm circular and double pointed needles US 4 | 3,5 mm
  • 32” | 80 cm circular and double pointed needles US 13 | 9 mm
  • 32” | 80 cm circular and double pointed needles US 10 1/2 | 7 mm
  • Accessories
  • Zipper 10” | 25 cm long
  • Gauge per 4” | 10 cm
  • Twisted rib with Pickles Mjuk Merino on US 4 | 3,5 mm needle before blocking: 36 s / 30 rows
  • Twisted rib with Pickles Mjuk Merino on US 4 | 3,5 mm blocked: 24 s / 35 rows
  • Stockinette with Pickles Teddy on US 13 | 9 mm: 8 s / 12 rows
  • Measurements, garment lying flat
  • Width body: about 50 (55) 60 (63) 67 (70) 75 (80)” | 50 (55) 60 (63) 67 (70) 75 (80) cm
  • Length: about 47 (48) 50 (52) 54 (58) 62 (64)” | 47 (48) 50 (52) 54 (58) 62 (64) cm
  • A 10-14” | 25-35 cm positive ease on your circumference is recommended, depending on how oversized you like the garment. The model is 5 ́3 | 163 cm and wears a size S.

Intermediate / Zipper neckline is created first. Then the sweater is worked top down. Stitches are picked up for the sleeves, which are knitted from the shoulders down. Sleeve cuffs are worked first and seamlessly attached to the sleeves. We have instructional videos for techniques used in the pattern and yarn kit - Zipper Teddy on Strikkehjelpen. Feel free to also follow us on YouTube for more knitting tips.