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Fremstrikk Haraboji cardigan (Eng)

The Haraboji Cardigan is a knitting pattern designed by Karoline Skovgaard Bentsen of Aegyoknit.

This pattern is written in English and will be downloadable .

This pattern is part of Fremstrikk 2023. Fremstrikk is a magazine from Rauma Garn made with the intention of promoting those who work with, engage in, and create using Norwegian wool. In Fremstrikk 2023 we have teamed up with six talented and inspiring designers. Each of them have created a pattern using one of our softest yarn qualities made from Norwegian wool, Fivel.



Karoline Skovgaard Bentsen was inspired by the yarn when designing for Fremstrikk. She read about Fivel and Norwegian wool and decided that the best way to showcase the wool’s qualities was through cables and texture. “I knew right away that it would be a cardigan. There was no doubt about it. A cardigan made the way Aegyoknit does best: playing around and having fun with knitting.” To make it innovative and exciting, and of course, different, as is always a welcome element in Aegyoknit’s patterns, it would be knitted from sleeve to sleeve. The design is called Haraboji, which is South Korean for grandfather, as it resembles a typical “grandpa cardigan”.

Oversized fit, cables and pure wool characterizes Haraboji. This cardigan will become a friend for life as soon as you put it on. You start by knitting the right sleeve and work your way up to the shoulder. You then knit the front and back of the body before you join the work to knit the left sleeve. The pattern is both charted and written.

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Circumference: ca. 120 (130) 140 cm
Sleeve to sleeve: ca. 146 (152) 158 cm
Length from neck to hem including rib: ca. 55 (57)
60 cm
The model in the photo is wearing a size 1. She is 160 cm tall and has a breast circumference of 78 cm. This gives her 42 cm positive ease. We recommend choosing  a size that has no more than 48 cm positive ease and a minimum of 7 cm positive ease. Measure yourself before choosing your size.

Rauma Fivel (100% Norwegian wool, 100 m / 50 g)

700 g (850 g) 1000 g

Fivel 01 – Natur

18 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm on needle 4.5 in moss
stitch after blocking.

Circular needle: 3 mm (40 or 60 cm)
2 x circular needle: 4.5 mm (60, 80 or 100 cm)c
Cable needle 4.5 mm

For this pattern it is recommended to buy at least 14 skeins of Rauma Fivel.