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The Lotier jumper is a must-have: easy to live with and comfortable, it brings a touch of fantasy to your outfit, right in line with fashion trends. Entirely knitted in kid mohair and silk, a compound of softness and lightness, it adapts to all outfits, from the most casual to the most dressed up. Its cut is straight and slightly loose, coming down on the hips, the set-in sleeves, and the right neckline has a split yoke knitted in fancy stitch, looking like a fake collar.
Easy to knit
The Lotier jumper is knitted in Top Hair with needles n°5 (8 US). To make it, you need to have the basic knitting techniques:
• Knit knit and purl stitches
• Increase and decrease stitches
If you know these techniques, you can go for this project. Knitting beginners who already have some experience and all those who want to improve their technique can tackle this very simple model.
Top Hair yarn is available in many colors. Choose the one that suits you the best. Select your size and, if necessary, visit our size guide to determine your size.
The kit contains everything you need to make the Lotier Jumper: wool balls in the selected color and size, optional knitting needles, a small sewing heart and the knitting pattern with all the step-by-step explanations for sizes S, M, L and XL. If you don't need the needles, click on "without needles” or opt for "with needles" if you want them in your kit.
To make this model, you will also need some tools, such as a pair of scissors, a tape measure and a wool needle for assembly. Go to our Haberdashery page to complete your accessories.
To keep your jumper for a long time, space out the washings and avoid wearing it several days in a row. Air it out during few hours to remove any bad smell. Hand wash or machine wash if it has a wool balance cycle. Use little detergent. Rinse without adding softener, a few drops of white vinegar are enough to remove the excess detergent. Dry flat in a ventilated area. Store flat your jumper in an unconfined area and change places by folding it in different ways so as not to mark the wool.