This relaxed, easy-to-make, side-to-side jumper is worked from cuff to cuff in one piece and only requires two long seams from cuff to bottom corner.
Linen stitch and slipstitch patterns make for colourwork that looks intricate, but is easy to do and involves no stranding - only one colour is worked per row.
If you don’t want to stick to the original colour sequence, make up your own - this is a great project for using up scraps, e.g. sock yarn remnants.
The jumper looks good both worn with a lot or just a little positive ease. See finished garment measurements in Picture 8. The sample is a Size S/M shown on a Size S model.
The major part of the pattern is written. The mosaic-like pattern bands are charted.
Skills required: basic - cast on, bind off, knit, purl, slip, pick up and knit. Increases and decreases are explained in the pattern.