Dervla \d(e)-rv-la, der-vla\ as a girls’ name is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Dervla is “poet’s daughter”. The source is “Deirbhile“, an Irish Gaelic name.
8 ~ dervla by Lisa Richardson
This design by Lisa Richardson is showing a simple rib pattern and the main body is knitted in the round in one piece. It is knitted in Rowan Fine Art, a luxury fingering weight yarn. This ribbed raglan sweater is part of the Essential story of Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 58.
I love this garment because it is knitted in my favourite construction. Knitting in the round from bottom to top, joining in sleeves, which are also knitted in the round and raglan shoulders which were also formed by knitting in the round. So minimal finishing has to be done.
2 thoughts on “8 ~ dervla by Lisa Richardson”
This is a jolly nice sweater, I am putting this at the top of my list. I like this colour also . Thanks for all your reviews Cilla
I love this. I will be knitting this for the Autumn.
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