Sverrigsgade - en fed børnesweater

The street Sverrigsgade runs parallel to Hallandsgade and is part of one of the old working class neighbourhoods of Amager. The cobbled street used to be lined with charming old housing association houses painted in many different colours. Fortunatly some of these old houses have been preserved and protected. The street was named in 1902 and the old spelling of Sweden (Sverige) has been preserved as well.
Lovelier colours and patterns have rarely been seen. The sweater has been designed for boys, but naturally it can be knitted for girls as well. Play with the colours and turn the vibrance up or down depending on the look you want for your finished sweater. If you would like to make an adult version, take a look at the ”Hallandsgade” design.
The designer has lived on the island of Amager, where a part of Copenhagen is located, for most of her life, so the inspiration for her designs for the Copenhagen collection naturally come from the places on Amager that she loves the most.

Włóczki Włóczki : 
(2 years/92 cl) 4 years/104 cl (6 years/116 cl) 8 years/128 cl (10 years/140 cl) 12 years/152 cl
1. udgave: 
Sierpień 2020