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Have You Made a Jumper Yet?

  • This elegant pattern combines knitting and crochet to create a jumper that is easy to wear and looks incredibly stylish. The simple, knitted body is knitted in one piece with filet crochet panels worked separately and then joined to the main body. A softly curved neckline is extremely flattering and the body length can be easily adjusted for personal preference.

    Have You Made a Jumper Yet? is an example of a very early twentieth century sweater pattern created at a time when sweaters or jumpers were only just beginning to be worn as outer wear.

    Have You Made a Jumper Yet? is knitted using Bluem Sock, a fingering weight sock yarn, which is beautifully soft against the skin but with a high twist finish, it also has perfect definition for the delicate filet crochet. Have You Made a Jumper Yet? is shown here in shade Limestone.

    Our model Miranda is shown wearing the second size.

    The pattern includes instructions for six sizes to fit chest measurements between 76cm (30in) and 132cm (52in) and contains clear written instructions plus a comprehensive schematic diagram and sizing chart.

  • Yarn
    Bluem Sock, 75% Bluefaced Leicester, 25% Nylon (395m / 432 yds per 100g skein)

    4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 5) skeins, shade Limestone

    Suggested needles
    1 Pair of 4mm (US 6) needles
    4mm (US6) circular needle
    3mm crochet hook

    22.5 sts and 32 rows = 10cm (4in) using 4mm needles over stocking stitch

    Stitch holders
    Spare needle

  • Simple knit and purl stitches
    Knitting in one piece
    Filet crochet
    Sewing up a garment

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