The difference between Woolstock's Edith, Bente and Kristine:
All 3 cardigans are beginner-friendly and are knit with Mondial's Dolce Mohair, but they are not alike.
Edith is the thickest and warmest of the three, because it is knitted with three threads. It makes it more compact and jacket-like in character. It is the most expensive as it requires the most yarn.
Bente is knitted with two threads, like Kristine, but it is knitted on size 12 needles, and is therefore a little more structured, with sleeves that are narrower and longer than Kristine's.
Kristine is the most airy of the three. It is knitted on size 15 needles, which means that the stitches are very large. It makes it less warm and suitable as a summer jacket both inside and out. The sleeves are extra short and much wider. Kristine is the cheapest version of the three cardigan, as it only requires 5-6 balls.
Yarn: Dolce Mohair from Mondial 150 m/50 g
Sizes: S/M (L/XL)
Yarn requirements: 5 (6) balls
Length: 50 (60) cm
Arm length: 30 cm both sizes
Needles: Both sizes knit ribbing on a 12mm, and stockinette on 15mm (or 8mm and 12mm, if you knit loosely)
Gauge: 7 st x 9 rows = 10 x 10 cm with double thread
The whole cardigan is knitted with double thread