Anna Huolia Hevosen Sweater
The other elements on the colorwork yoke have their origin in the Scandinavian mythology and ancient runes. The bottom one, resembling a letter M, is a rune denoting a horse and bears the meaning of fidelity and trustworthiness. The symbol on the top corresponds to history and heritage.
The sweater is worked seamlessly from the bottom up, and the sleeves are worked separately and joined with the body to work the yoke. A sweater made with Icelandic wool has traditionally been used as an outdoor garment, and this sweater is intended to have enough ease to allow extra layers of clothing underneath.
87 (99, 110, 121, 132, 143) cm
34.25” (39”, 43.25”, 47.5”, 52”, 56.25”) in