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Sailor jumper to knit
The Hamine Jumper has all the attributes of a sailor jumper: a straight, slightly loose fit that falls to the hips with straight sleeves, a rounded neckline, a sufficiently thick wool that is warm and pleasant to touch, not forgetting the stripes. This wardrobe essential can be worn in winter as well as in summer over canvas trousers or jeans, or even jean shorts.
Easy to knit
The Hamine Jumper is knitted with needles n°5 (8 US) for the body and n°4,5 (7 US) for the edges. To knit it, you need to know the basic knitting techniques:
• Knit knit and purl stitches
• Increase and decrease
• Pick up stitches
• Bind off and assembly
If you have these techniques or wish to explore them further, you can go for this project. Knitting beginners who already have some experience can approach this model with help, especially for the finishing touches.
The colors of the Hamine Jumper are navy: blue striped natural background or natural striped blue background. If you would like a different color combination, please indicate this when ordering and we will create a made-to-measure kit. Select your size helping you with our size guide.
The knitting kit
In the kit you will find everything you need to make the Haminée Jumper: wool balls, optional knitting needles, a little heart to sew and the knitting pattern with step-by-step explanations with dimensional drawings for sizes S, M, L and XL. Needles are optional: click on the number of the needles you wish to have in your kit. To knit this model, you will also need a pair of scissors, a tape measure, a wool needle and 2 stitch holders. Visit our Haberdashery page to buy or complete your tools.
Keep your jumper for a long time by giving it the best care. Space out your washings, use little detergent, never use softener and avoid wearing your jumper several days in a row. Hand wash <30 degrees or machine wash if it has a wool balance program. Dry flat in a well-ventilated area. Iron, if necessary, under steam in the “wool” position. Store flat in an unconfined area and change places regularly to avoid creasing.