Jumper Knitted In Rust Wool by Australian Women's Weekly
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Jumper Knitted In Rust Wool

June 1940
"Sun-Glo" Shrink Proof
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
32" - 34" bust
This pattern is available for free.

It’s gay and it’s young looking …


A QUICK-TO-KNIT design with unusual vertical bands in a fancy stitch that gives a plaited effect. Smart revered neckline finished with contrasting bow and short sleeves for the youthful touch.

Here is a simple but ever so flattering jumper knitted in rust wool with a contrasting white bow at the neck.

The attractive fancy bands down either side of the front and run- ning up the sleeves look intricate, but are really quite easy to do, as long as you follow the directions closely.

The garment .should be knitted in unshrinkable wool, which means you can choose a lighter shade of wool than rust if you wish, for you can wash the jumper without fear.

The bow at the neck is simply a strip knitted in moss-stitch.