Indradha Jumper by Catalina Ungureanu

Indradha Jumper

by Catalina Ungureanu
Crochet
Sport (12 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in Double crochet
4.0 mm (G)
1356 - 1531 yards (1240 - 1400 m)
S, M, L
US
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The Indradha Jumper is so easy to make and perfect for spring and summer evenings. It’s so light, soft and breathable. I simply love it.
And the colors are so beautiful. The name inspiration came from the fiber Cashmere, which is a wool from the Kashmir goats that are originally from Himalaya. “Indradhanush” in Hindi means “Rainbow”. I love how it sounds, so I decided to use the first part of the word to name my new, beautiful design.

This Indradha Jumper is such a great pattern for beginners. It’s easy to make and requires no shaping. It’s worked in one single piece and the sleeves are worked as we go. After finishing the whole piece, all you have to do is to sew the sides and done.
The back and front panels are made one continuing the other, after letting the neck opening. The Indradha Jumper is oversized having a 10 cm (4”) positive ease. But if you want a closer fit you can just start with less stitches than written in the pattern.