Sizes: A (B) C (D) E (F) G
Length: 130 (131) 132 (134) 135 (136) 138 cm measured in the front
Sleeve length: 42 (44) 45 (47) 49 (50) 50 cm
Bust circumference: 101 (110) 118 (123) 127 (132) 136 cm
Gauge: 22 stitches per 10 cm in ribbing.
Suggested needle sizes: 3 mm circular needles (40, 80 cm), optionally double pointed needles 3mm, 4mm circular needles (40, 60, 80, 100 cm), optionally double pointed needles 4mm
Yarn required: 600g (650g) 650g (650g) 650g (700g) 700g Jawoll og 200g (225g) 225g (225g) 225g (250g) 250 g Lace
Yarn suggestions: Lang Yarns Jawoll with a strand of Lang Yarns Lace
Oda’s dress is a timeless and feminine dress in ribbing. It is oversized with a tight ribbing at the bottom of the body and in the wrists, which creates a balloon effect.
Oda’s dress is worked top-down with shoulder increases. While the increases are made, the neckline is formed with German short rows. The neck, the lower rib at the body and the rib at the wrists are knitted wíth 3mm needles and the rest of the pullover is knitted on 4mm needles. For the dress, the methods tubular cast on and bind off are used to ensure a nice finish along with increasing the functionality.
Make sure the tension is correct. Make sure to knit a swatch before you start. The gauge is stated after washing. While knitting the gauge be approximately 26-28 stitches.
There is a positive ease with approximately 20-30 cm around the bust. Therefore, measure your bust circumference to find the right size.
I recommend to try the dress along the way and adjust the length to make sure it fits perfectly.