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This pattern is digital and available in English and Polish.

Opuntia is a classic, remarkably comfortable everyday pullover, fitting every body shape and every wardrobe! I designed my version to go well with jeans, but you can simply make it waistlong to match it nicely with dresses or skirts. The details on the arms and mid-height collar, which can be rolled, are its only embellishments. Using rib as the main stitch underlines its modern look and makes it elastic and fitting the body.

Kwiatek 1 mały

Opuntia is a very minimalist pullover, which is a perfect match for many different occasions! Its main features are modern collar and interesting arm shaping. Whole sweater, except cuffs, is made in Rib 1×1 pattern. It makes the fabric both soft and spongy, and definitely catches the eye.

The pattern is totally beginners friendly. You can easily adjust this sweater to your preferences and body shape without doing complicated calculation. If you would like to modify length of your body or sleeves, just remember about the crucial features of Opuntia to reach the proper effect.

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Podkreślenie 5x81

XS (S, M, L) [XL, 2XL, 3XL] 4XL

Sweater circumference in chest:
94 (104, 112, 120) [128, 138, 146] 154 cm
37 (41, 44.1, 47.25) [50.4, 54.3, 57.5] 60.6”
Suggested ease: 16 -19 cm / 6.3 – 7.5”.
The pictures show size S, with 18 cm 7” ease.

Emilia & Philomene Josephine (100g/399m 436 yards) about:
1160 (1280, 1380, 1550) [1680, 1790, 1900] 2010 meters
1268 (1399, 1509, 1695) [1837, 1957, 2077] 2198 yards

3.5 mm and 3.25 mm US 4 and US 3 circular needles

3 stitch markers
2 safety pins
Stitch holder or scrap yarn

29 sts x 42 rows – 10 cm x 10 cm [4” x 4”] on 3.5 mm US 4 needles in Rib 1×1, after blocking.

Level: beginner

Simple design with interesting lines, meditative k1p1 and the softness of mohair. And this neckline!


What a joy to knit. I loved everything about this pattern. This is my first pattern by the designer but It definitely wont be my last. Love her pattern style.

Kim W from simeze1