Gepard Kongming - balloon-sleeved sweater
Kongming is the name of the Chinese sky lanterns that were among the first designs using hot air to make a man-made object fly, making the Kongming-lantern the ancestor of ballooning.
That is the story behind the name of this balloon-sleeved sweater with a simple lace pattern. It is knitted in Puf, a soft blend of cotton and alpaca, and thus a more summery version of Montgolfier, the first of our sweaters with balloon sleeves.
S (M) L [XL] XXL
Bust:110 (118) 126  154 cm
Length:45 (46) 48  52 cm
Colour A - Puf, balls of 50 g: 6 (6-7) 7  9
Colour B - CottonWool 3, balls of 50 g: 2 (2) 2  2
Colour A - Puno, balls of 50 g: 6 (6) 7  8
Colour B - Kid Seta, balls of 25 g: 2 (2) 2  2
Needles 4½ and 7 mm
11 sts x 26 rows on needles 7 mm = 10 x 10 cm
This design is knitted using large needles and an airy yarn. It is therefore especially important that it is washed and put through spin cycle in a laundry wash bag, and dried flat (preferably on a towel).