Men's V-neck jumper in ggh Reva - Rebecca Knit Kit

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Knitting pattern and yarn kit for men's jumper with v-neck. Ideal for spring and summer. Make this with high quality recycled denim cotton yarn ggh Reva.

A straight up knit that suits a wide range of tastes. ggh Reva is soft yet sturdy and environmentally friendly. Perfect for blokes who like their garments practical and comfortable! 

Available as Rebecca Knit Kit, including a free pattern download and the recommended amount of ggh Reva for your size (all AU men's sizes)

38-42 (M): 450g ggh Reva in main colour and 50g  ggh Reva in darker offset colour
44/46 (L): 500g ggh Reva in main colour and 50g  ggh Reva in darker offset colour
48/50 (XL): 550g  ggh Reva in main colour and 50g  ggh Reva in darker offset colour

The main photo shows the jumper worked in the combination 013 Light Grey (main colour) and 010 Denim (offset colour) and is very similar to the combination 013 light grey & 015 stonewashed.

 addition (not included), you need knitting needles 3–3.5 mm in size and 3.5– 4 mm and a 40 cm long circular needle in size 3–3.5 mm.

Other colour combinations possible - simply get in touch and we will be happy to put together a personalised knit kit for you (ggh Reva only and subject to availability). Please include reference number RO-070-025 when contacting us about this knit kit so we can easily identify which pattern you are interested in!

All our Knit Kits include a downloadable pattern plus the amount of yarn recommended for your chosen size. After you put in your order, you will receive an email with a link to your pattern download. You may consider adding our email address to your contacts so that the email does not end up in your spam folder.

The pattern was first published in German in Rebecca Magazine edition 70. Photos @Rebecca and @ggh. Please note that Rebecca patterns are copyright protected and that we cannot sell the pattern separately.


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