Raglan Jumper with Stripes in ggh Elbsox - Rebecca Knit Kit
Who says that sock yarn is only for socks?
Make this feather-light striped Raglan jumper with ggh Elbsox, a beautifully soft yet robust sock yarn that lends itself to a wide range of applications.
The stripes on the main body and the sleeves match up across the Raglan section. This is a very attractive jumper that is both pleasant to wear and easy to care for - machine washable.
Available as original Rebecca Knit Kit which includes a free pattern download plus the recommended amount of yarn for your chosen size. Don't forget to check your inbox for the email with the link to your pattern download!
Available sizes and yarn:
AU 8-10 (US 4/6): ggh Elbsox 4 UNI 200g in colour 005 beige; 150g in colour 002 black and 100g in colour 004 dark grey. (TOTAL 450g)
AU 12-14 (US 8/10): ELBSOX 4 UNI 200g each colour 005 beige and in colour 002 black and 100g in colour 004 dark grey. (TOTAL 500g)
AU 16-18 (US 12/14): ELBSOX 4 UNI 200g each colour 005 beige and in colour 002 black and 100g in colour 004 dark grey. (TOTAL 500g)
Please note that we currently only have the US version of the pattern available. We are waiting for the updated Australian version. The only difference between the two versions are the garment and needles sizes used in the pattern. We have added the equivalent Australian sizes to the pattern.
In addition to the knit kit, you need the following knitting needles: Size 2.5–3mm and 3.5–4mm needles, one size 3.5–4mm circular needle each 80cm and 60cm long, and one size 2.5–3mm circular needle 40cm long. Knitting needles are NOT included in our knit kits but can be purchased separately.
Like the pattern but would prefer a different colour combination? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will happily organise that for you! (ggh Elbsox only and subject to availability). Please include reference RO-075-010 when contacting us about this pattern.
Please note that Rebecca patterns are only available as part of our knit kits and cannot be purchased separately.