Mrs Moon Making Tracks Jumper
I am a huge fan of slip stitch knitting. I love colourwork, but stranding can be tricky especially when using a bulky yarn and slip stitch is just so clever! It is knitted from the top down with simple increases at the raglan shoulders. There is no shaping so that the fabric itself does the talking, I’ve kept it loose so that it isn’t cumbersome to wear. The sample shown is very cropped. You can make it as long as you want
Yarn quantities are for the cropped version shown. If you are going to add considerable length you will likely need a skein extra of each colour.
XS/S (M/L, XL/XXL) The sweater is designed with lots of positive ease making it loose and boxy.
Finished Garment Measurements:
Back of neck to hem: 32, (36, 40cm) 12 ľ (14, 16”) (or as long as you want) Sleeve underarm: 31 (35, 39) 12” (14 , 15 ˝ ”) Chest circumference: 96cm (112cm , 128cm) 38”( 44, 50˝ ”)
10.5 sts and 20 rows to 10cm (4”) over pattern
You will need:
You will need 4 (4, 5) skeins of Mrs Moon Plump Superchunky in Main Colour (MC) shown in Slushy
4 (4, 5) skeins of Plump Superchunky in Contrast Colour (CC) shown in Bonbon
10mm circular needles (at least 80cm)
10mm dpns or 40cm circular needles for sleeves
Please note that this pattern is sold as a physical copy; it is not a PDF.