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Jacket in James C. Brett Marble Chunky (JB335)

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Jacket in James C. Brett Marble Chunky (JB335)
A warm and cosy jacket for a day out in the countryside. Created using James C. Brett Marble Chunky, a soft and cosy yarn which is made of two different self-striping threads twined together to produce a beautifully variegated effect. Knitted in slip stitch, the wide neck and set in sleeves are balanced by the neat double rib of the bands and cuffs, and the wide collar adds interest – and extra warmth. The illustration shows shade 58 but the jacket would look equally good in other shades in the range – and there are plenty to choose from. Instructions are for sizes for fit bust 28/30” – 44/46” (71/76cm-112/117cm) To complete your garment you will need 5.0mm (US8) and 6.0mm (US 10) needles and stitch holders.
  • Format: Leaflet

  • Garment: Jacket

  • Pattern For: Adults , Women

  • Pattern Count: 1

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Jennifer B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

lovely pattern

moira m.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Grown up gardigan

Easy pattern to follow, have actually only just started but seems to be going well

New Zealand
Love this pattern

Have just finished knitting this and it looks great. Love the feel of the wool and the color is fantastic

Mary. B.
Jacket In James C Brett Marble Chunky Jb335

Clear instructions

Carol S.
Jacket In James C Brett Marble Chunky Jb335

Have begun knitting this jacket and its looking great as far as I have got. I have completed both fronts and am half way up the back. An unusual pattern as it has a shaped bottom edge rather like the tunics you see about, and you have to pick up and knit the ribbed band afterwards. Hope it will look as good when finished.