Colour reproduction can vary depending on your computer screen.
Be careful to keep the right stitch density, otherwise the size will not be correct. Knit a sample fist to check if you need to use needles that are half a number smaller or larger than the needles stated in the pattern.
If you like to use a different yarn it is important to check that both yarns have the same stitch density. All DK (double knit) yarns, for example, have the same stitch density: 22 stitches and 30 rows measures 10 x 10 cm.
Many of our patterns state needles size 3.25, 2.75, 3.25 and 3.75 mm, which are standard English sizses. In Sweden the standards are half and whole millimeters. Depending on how you knit it is absolutely fine to use whole and half numbers instead. If. for example, the patterns states that you should use 3.25 mm needles, you can use 3 mm if you knit more loosely or 3.5 mm if you knit more tightly.
Certain women's patterns use the sizes S,M,L,XL etc. The bust measurements given in brackets after each size (the first number) are average measurements. The bust measurment 84 cm in size S signifies a measurement between of 81 and 86 cm.
Each pattern has information as to its degree of difficulty in the form of symbols of balls of yarn. One ball signifies an easy pattern that can be followed by people who not accustomed to knittin or crocheting.
Two balls are for people with more experience and three balls are for people with much more experience.