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When the sun is shining but the temperatures aren’t hot, baring a little shoulder jumper is a great way to look glam without feeling the cold. Our Bardot jumper sit just below the shoulders and create a pretty, feminine look. Team with jeans and flats for a lunch date with pals. Stylish striped jumpers Tip: Use different coloured stitch markers that the one you used at the beginning of the round (BOR).

Knit until you reach the armholes. Then put what you’ve done until that point on hold and begin on the sleeves. Knit the sleeves to the length needed (down to the cuff), working the decreases shown in the pattern. If you weren't writing a program, but instead you were challenged to draft a sentence to describe the numbers highlighted, what would you say? Put all the stitches for one of the sleeves on hold onto the needles with an 80-cm cable (at least). This is so you can use the magic loop method.Tip : An 80-cm cable (or longer ) makes working the magic loop technique more comfortable. If you want, you can distribute the stitches on double-pointed needles . They’re perfect for knitting small circumferences like sleeves.

Neither technique requires you to sew the parts of your jumper together at the end, of course. Afterall, isn’t this what we’re trying to avoid by knitting in the round? By this point on one hand you’ll have: the sleeve stitches on hold on cables (or waste yarn). And on the other hand you’ll have: the body stitches on the needles .

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Cast on the number of stitches shown in the pattern, join to work in the round and knit the ribbed hem . Whether you call it circular knitting or knitting in the round, it’s something you’ll want to learn so you can improve your knitting skills beyond the basics. And although this is possible with straight needles, you’ll soon see how much easier it is with circular needles. First we’ll take you through how to knit top-down jumper patterns and then we’ll move onto bottom-up jumper patterns. In some countries, the weather is guaranteed. If you live in Spain, for example, you can safely put all of your cosy jumpers away in March and feel pretty confident that you won’t be needing them again until November. In the UK? Not so much. If you’re looking for something that will keep you warm whatever time of year it is, then we’ve got you covered. Off the shoulder jumpers Follow the video below to see how to join the first and last stitches to work in the round (try not to twist the stitches).

There’s something timeless about a striped jumper. Whether you’re looking for blue and white nautical knits, eye-catching bursts of colour or simple monochrome classics, we’ve got something you’re going to love in our striped selection. Whatever your size You’ll see that for this jumper, the only difference is the way the increases are distributed throughout the yoke . The rest of the jumper is worked in the same way as above. Tip : Don’t use a stitch holder , because they’re very stiff and can make knitting the body uncomfortable.

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You’ll see that when you start the jumper from the bottom up , at the yoke you make decreases , not increases. Continue knitting the current round, without increasing, up to the first marker of a sleeve: slip all the sleeve stitches onto a cable (or waste yarn).

We know that whoever you are and whether you’re an apple, a pear or something else entirely, you want to look and feel great in your clothes. That’s why we’ve created a selection of ranges from the Papaya Classic to the Papaya Petite (for those under 5’3”) and the Papaya Curve (for sizes 18-28). You deserve to look and feel gorgeous and we provide the clothes to help. Let’s talk budget Tip : If you knit both sleeves at the same time , you make sure they both have the same number of rounds. If so, we recommend working with two balls (one per sleeve). Remember to knit each sleeve with its corresponding yarn and to work the increases shown in the pattern on both sleeves.Increase before and after each stitch marker, except along the raglan stitches. Note: The number of raglan stitches between the stitch markers is always the same. When all the stitches for the first sleeve are on hold , it’s common/recommended to cast on some stitches at the underarm using a cable cast-on (as you can see in the video ). When the yoke measures the length shown in the pattern, this is when you separate the sleeves from the body/chest. Here’s how:

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