Laneus Pullover Kit by Teti Lutsak

£95.00 - £171.00

We now offer handy kits for this pattern. All kits include enough yarn to make this brilliant pullover, along with a limited edition button badge and a fab project bag to keep it all safe. Happy knitting!  

The Laneus Pullover is designed by Teti Lutsak, a fab indie designer. Click here if you’d like to buy just the pattern, without the yarn.

This kit contains both the yarn and a meter of matching tops, but please be aware that this kit does not include the pattern. 


John Arbon Textiles Yarnadelic Worsted

Kit includes : 5-9 full skeins of Yarnadelic Worsted in the colour of your choice, plus a limited edition button badge and a handy project bag.
We will also include a meter of unspun tops for use as the unspun yarn in the pattern. You will need to split it down into thinner bits to work with it.

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The Pattern

The lovely Laneus (from Latin “woolly”) is a round yoke pullover knit top-down in Yarnadelic Worsted. The yoke features a beautiful textured pattern with two sections of floral inlay colourwork, which can be worked right away or embroidered after blocking of the finished pullover. The hem and cuffs are also decorated with textured ribbing, matching one of the sections of the yoke pattern. The body of the pullover can has a feminine A-line shape, growing wider towards the hem. An option for a boxy shape is also included. What a beauty!


The pattern is written for nine sizes 1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9) with a finished bust circumference of ca. 80 (90, 100, 110, 120) (130, 141, 151, 162) cm // 31.5 (35.5, 39.25, 43.25, 47.25) (51.25, 55.5, 59.5, 63.75) in incl. at least 6 cm (2.25 in) of positive ease.

The sample is shown in size 2 on a 160 cm (5.3 ft) tall model with ca. 84–66–94 cm (33–26–39 in) body measurements.

Needles and Notions 

  • 3.5 mm (US 4) circular needles;
  • spare cables, spare circular needles or scrap yarn to keep sts on hold;
  • a few stitch markers;
  • a tapestry needle or a crochet hook to weave in the ends and optionally embroider the flowers.