Photoshoot at Bøler Church May 2020: Sculpted Frost

I am thrilled to show you these new photos of my old design Sculpted Frost Jacket that Eivind Røhne took of the gorgeous Olivia Lindtein, with hair & make-up by Sissel Fylling and jewellery by Kaja Gjedebo Design, back in May at Bøler Church. This time I styled it with cream coloured silk trousers, instead of a skirt like I did back in 2015.

A beautiful frost flower lace pattern adorns this a-line jacket. The cuffed sleeves only have a central lattice panel, while the frost flowers reign on the body. The coat is framed by a shawl collar in garter stitch divided with a tuck and finished with an I-cord bind off. A vivid lilac color was made by combing the divine mélange lace weight Du Store Alpakka, Dreamline, Soul with the beautiful light fingering comb wool Hillesvåg ullvarefabrikk Huldra kamgarn. Together they create a stunning stitch definition as well as a slight halo.

I wanted a light background and choose the concrete wall outside the church hall. It was perfect and so was the lilac colour on Olivia who is wearing size Small with a bust circumference of 92 cm/38.5 inches. The Sculpted Frost is available in sizes XS to 2XL, with bust measurements of 84 to 124 cm/33 to 49.5 inches.

The sample is knitted with a 20 stitches and 28 rows gauge in stockinette stitch using both yarns held together and a 4 mm/US 6 needle measuring 10 cm/4 inches square.

Above is a detail of the sleeve cuff and the lovely lace pattern that adorns the body. The Sculpted Frost pattern is available in both English and Norwegian in my Ravelry store and on LoveCrafts.

I am so chuffed with these new photos of the jacket and want to thank my brilliant team for their work!