IN­SIDE-OUT JUMPER

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Change to 10mm nee­dles and con­tinue with main sleeve. Main sleeve Note: work in­crease row as fol­lows: k1, m1, k to last st, m1, k1. Con­tinue to work in re­verse st st and in­crease 1 st at each end of the 6th Row. 27 ( 29: 31: 31: 33) sts Next, in­crease 1 st at each end of ev­ery fol­low­ing 6th ( 6th: 6th: 4th: 4th) row 4 ( 5: 5: 7: 7) times. 35 ( 39: 41: 45: 47) sts

Con­tinue in re­verse st st un­til sleeve mea­sures 38 ( 38: 39: 40: 40) cm, 15 ( 15: 15½: 15¾ :15¾) in, end­ing af­ter a WS row (this will be a k row). RS is now fac­ing for sleeve shap­ing.

Sleeve shap­ing Row 1 (RS): Cast off 3 ( 4: 4: 6: 6) sts, p to end. 32 ( 35: 37: 39: 41) sts Row 2 (WS): Cast off 3 ( 4: 4: 6: 6) end. 29 ( 31: 33: 33: 35) sts

sts, k to

For sizes 8-10, 12-14, 16-18, 20-22 only Row 3: Purl.

For size 24-26 Row 3: P2­tog, p to last 2 sts, p2­tog. 33 sts

For all sizes, now start raglan shap­ing Row 4: P1, p2­tog, k to last 3 sts, p2­togtbl, p1. 27 ( 29: 31: 31: 31) sts Row 5: K2, p to last 2 sts, k2. Rep last 2 rows 7 ( 8: 9: 9: 10) times more. 13 ( 13: 13: 13: 11) sts

For all sizes, rep row 4 once more. 11 ( 11: 11: 11: 9) sts Slide re­main­ing sts onto a stitch holder. Us­ing mat­tress stitch, sew front and back raglan edges to one sleeve (this will be the right sleeve). Sew front raglan edge of re­main­ing sleeve to front left raglan edge. Leave back right raglan edge open.

NECK­BAND Use 9mm nee­dles. Row 1: With RS fac­ing, start­ing at open edge, knit across 11 ( 11: 11: 11: 9) sts from left sleeve, pick up and knit 7 sts down side of left front neck, knit across 11 ( 11: 13: 13: 15) sts from front main jumper, pick up and knit 7 sts up right front neck, knit across 11 ( 11: 11: 11: 9) sts from right sleeve, pick up and knit 7 sts down back right neck, knit across 11 ( 11: 13: 13: 15) sts from back main jumper, pick up and knit 7 sts up back left neck. 72 ( 72: 76: 76: 76) sts. Turn. Us­ing a 2-nee­dle cast on method, cast on 1 st for seam­ing. 73 ( 73: 77: 77: 77) sts Row 2: (P1, k1), to the last st, p1. Row 3: (K1, p1) to the last st, k1. Rep rows 2 and 3 twice more. Rep row 2 once more. Cast off in rib pat­tern.

MAKING UP 1 Sew re­main­ing raglan seam and neck­band seams us­ing mat­tress stitch. 2 Sew side and seam sleeves us­ing mat­tress stitch, al­ways work­ing from RS and work­ing un­der the hor­i­zon­tal bars of the stitches at ends of each cor­re­spond­ing row. This will give a seam­less fin­ish. 3 Weave all yarn ends into WS and trim. 4 Spray jumper with cold wa­ter and pin out flat to block. Leave to dry com­pletely. When you’ve fin­ished work­ing the cuff rib, don’t forget to start with a purl row The neck­band is worked by pick­ing up and knit­ting the cast off edges around the neck

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