Blue Jumper

You have heard about and seen this jumper over the past few weeks. I loved the stitch when I saw it. My sister was making an afghan using the stitch, when I was in Dublin, in July. Although I had a couple of cardigan/jackets unfinished, they were for later in the season when winter winds invade us.

Blue jumper_frontMy body goes cold in mid August every year. I see people all around me in sleeveless tops or short sleeved t-shirts and they make me shiver, so I need to move to a warmer layer of clothing. It gave me the opportunity to use the couple of tips I shared with you last week and to try this pattern. The body and the sleeves were started in the same way. The actual stitch pattern is over two rows and works up pretty fast.

back view of blue jumper

back view of blue jumper

My sister gave a copy of her original jumper pattern where she found the stitch. It was the stitch I wanted and not the shape. It was short, boxy, boaty and with a wide stand-up neckline. Not me at all. So I made my own shape.

neckline of blue jumper

neckline of blue jumper

The neckline was an experiment. I like the shape – minus the odd bump. Well, there is one thing sure, Buffy finds it comfortable enough to rest her head on my arm.

Time for a cuddle

Time for a cuddle

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14 thoughts on “Blue Jumper

  1. What do you expect? Buffy does have good taste after all ! Seriously – this top and the colour are, I think, perfect for you – very elegant and I like your necklace – have a similar one here . And the stitch is nice-dont think I have seen one like this in the past (but then I do not knit:)
    Take care-and a pat for Buffy. Carina 🙂

    • Buffy just likes a knee to sit on and with her I am a soft touch! Buffy has gone home, but I will give her a pat next week when I see her. That stitch really appeals, I may well use it again!

  2. It looks beautiful of course, but I was most impressed by the tidy looking space where you sit with the keyboard and Buffy in lap. My computer space looks nothing like that! Impressive all ’round. 🙂

    • Alice, you may remember when I had my hip replaced, I bought a bed table on castors. It has become home for my laptop and can be moved easily from room to room to suit my mood. Having a small surface area means there is no place for clutter. A small side section is enough for a notebook, pen, phone and the all important cup of coffee.

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