SHAPE RAGLAN

Simply Knitting - - Jumper Dress -

Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows, keep­ing patt cor­rect.

[91 (95: 97: 101: 105) sts]

Work­ing all raglan de­creases in same way as raglan arm­hole de­creases, dec 1 st at each end of next 9 rows, then on ev­ery foll alt row un­til 25 sts rem.

Work 1 row, end­ing with RS fac­ing for next row.

Break off yarns and leave sts on a holder. MAK­ING UP Join all raglan seams us­ing back­stitch, or mat­tress stitch if pre­ferred. NECKBAND With RS fac­ing, us­ing a 4.5mm cir­cu­lar nee­dle and Yarn A, knit across 25 sts on left Sleeve holder as folls: k2­tog, K21, skpo, pick up and knit 9 (9: 10: 10: 13) sts down left side of front neck, knit across 19 sts on front holder, pick up and knit 9 (9: 10: 10: 13) sts up right side of front neck, knit across 25 sts on right Sleeve holder as folls: k2­tog, K21, skpo, then knit across 35 (35: 37: 37: 39) sts on back neck holder as folls: k2­tog, knit to last 2 sts, skpo.

[116 (116: 120: 120: 128) sts] Round 1 (RS) *K2, P2; rep from * to end. Rep last round 6 times more. Cast off in rib. MAK­ING UP Join side and Sleeve seams. Gen­tly block to mea­sure­ments, fol­low­ing any yarn care in­struc­tions on the ball band.

Knit­ting colour­work is so re­ward­ing and this great jumper has plenty to get your nee­dles into! You’ll soon have its two-colour pat­tern un­der your belt

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