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Named after the philosopher, poet and mathematician Omar Khayyam who worked on problems of Algebra is this long slightly oversized jacket with a cable collar and long cuffs. The remaining parts are knitted in stockinette stitch to make the cable stand out. A double belt in stockinette stitch highlights the beginning of the collar. Khayam is worked in pieces for the ultimate fit and made to be worn with the Laplace trousers as a set. Both are knitted in the Bendigo Classic 5 ply with a crepe construction.
Intended ease: 10-20 cm/4-8” positive ease. Sample shown is 106 cm/41.75” and worn with 23 cm/9” positive ease on model who stands 167 cm/5’6” tall.
Gauge: 24 sts and 34 rows in st st using 3.75 mm/US 5 needle measures 10 cm/4” square.
Notes: The jacket is worked in pieces and seamed. A narrow frontband is worked before the collar on each front and folded to the Wrong Side and attached at the end.
- Independent Designer
- Linda Marveng
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- English, Norwegian
- Jacket and belt: 1924 (2088, 2252, 2416, 2622) (2828, 3034, 3240, 3446) m. Belt only: 220 (220, 220, 220, 220) (258, 258, 258, 258) m.
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