“Ringell” de Trin Annélie

I am very happy to share with you the release of “Ringell” , the new pattern by the German designer @trin_annelie created for Ulysse!

Anne imagined this pretty jumper as a gift to herself with a scoop neckline to breathe comfortably, a feminine and comfortable cut, a graceful and creative play of colours and this asymmetrical border detail which gives it the perfect modern touch 🙂

Written with great attention to detail and with all body types in mind, the explanations are accompanied by extensive advices on how to adjust the pattern to your size and a blank pattern sheet to try and choose your perfect colour scheme.

Ringell is worked in the round from the top down, starting with the yoke. Short rows are used to lower the front and make a more comfortable fit at the neckline. Once yoke colorwork and shaping are completed, the work is separated into body and sleeves. Both are finished in a colorwork stripe 
pattern worked in the round. With its light, foamy texture and small fibres that cling together to create a beautiful fused pattern, Ulysses will be the perfect companion for this new adventure!

“Ringell” is a fine example of the designer’s classic, polished style and her love of subtle, harmonious colour schemes. The delicate three-colour pattern of the yoke, which is here declined in stripes to punctuate the body and the sleeves, gives a cheerful little sailor look.

Pattern:Ringell” by Trin-annelie available in French and English on our website and Ravelry (sizes 1 to 9)

Yarn: Ulysse (185 m/50g) shown in “bruyère“, “poivre blanc” and “brouillard“.

MC: “sel” / CC1: “doré” / CC2: “argile”

We had fun in the studio sampling some variations on this lovely theme:

MC: “darjeeling” / CC1: “figue” / CC2: “aster”

MC: “nuit” / CC1: “poivre blanc” / CC2: “caramel”

I also invite you to discover the beautiful versions of the testers of this model on Instagram and Ravelry; a big thank you to them for having explored with talent the Ulysses palette and for sharing with us these so beautiful creations!

Here are a few projects that we particularly liked and that may inspire you in your choice of colours 🙂

The soft version of @machamaya :

The dark and fancy version of @fioratta:

The fresh version of @barunka:

The tender and subtle version of @ananagram:

The spicy and warm version of @stricknell:

A big thank you to Anne @trin_annelie for this lovely model that brings us gently and beautifully into autumn!

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