Freyja is a cape, a shawl and a poncho all together. It’s very versatile and can be worn in many different ways. It’s a must for mid-season style!
The built-in sleeve tunnels keep you warm and make Freyja even more versatile! Pick a favorite color and make one for yourself.
See all the different ways the Freyja can be worn:
Julie Asselin Leizu DK(90% superwash merino, 10% silk; 252 yds [238m]/100g): Paprika 9 (10, 11) skeins.
Thanks to Julie Asselin for providing the yarn and to Lori for knitting it!
Size US 7(4.5 mm) needles, 40″ (100cm) circulars (for body) and 24″ (60cm) circulars (for sleeves).
Or size needed to obtain gauge
Note: a smaller needle size can be used for the sleeves.
18sts and25rows = 4″ [10cm] in St stafter blocking
S, (M, L): 60 (64, 68)’’ [150 (162.5, 172.75) cm] wide at shoulders and 29.5 (31.25, 32)’’[75 (78, 81) cm] long from shoulder.
Tapestry needle, stitch markers, 2 flexible stitch holders, cable needle,  1″ (25mm) buttons.
See the Standard Abbreviations.
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About the Designer: Stéphanie Voyer
I’ve been knitting for more than 20 years.
In high school, I was very interested in fashion, design and crafts, so I decided to study fashion design. I’ve been working in the garment industry for 6 years, but mostly in the production department. I was always knitting for fun, but in 2008 I self-published my 1st design on Ravelry, then I sent some submissions to magazines and discovered indie dyers and began to work with them… and so on.
I’m now designing as A la maille suivante (it means:“to the next stitch” in French) and I’ve been teaching at my LYS for the last 7 years. I’m grateful to make a living of my passion and to be able to design what inspires me.