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Tanja Koenigs

The ULLA shirt is a simple pullover worked in brioche stitch, featuring a boat neckline, slightly shortened sleeves, and a straight, short, cut. The design is inspired by 60s style shirts.

This model is worked top-down in one piece, by initially casting on the stitches for the entire back as well as the sleeves. The neckline and shoulders are then shaped with short rows and then worked straight down to the armholes.

The front part is worked (almost) in the opposite direction. You will then knit the bottom of the sleeves together, and finish working the body in rounds. No sewing is necessary. Finally, and depending on your preference, you can either crochet around the neckline to tighten the fit or use an elastic bind-off technique.

These 14-page detailed instructions contain step-by-step descriptions. You will also find a technical sketch for marking off the wrapping/turning stitches for the short rows at front and back. Some of the knitting techniques are shown with the help of videos. These are not part of this pattern, but you will find a collection of links to these and other techniques in this pattern under “knitting techniques”.

The pattern is available at Ravelry
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