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This pattern can also be found in my book Fast and Fabulous Knits: 18 Speedy Sweater and Top Patterns for Busy Knitters, which can be purchased via this link:


This jumper is worked mostly flat in stockinette stitch and charted cables from the bottom up. You will first work the back panel flat, followed by the front panel. You will join the shoulder seams to create the neck hole using the Three Needle Bind Off method. To create the armholes, you will use the Mattress stitch to seam the sides together. The neck trim and sleeves are worked in the round by picking up stitches along the neck hole/ armhole edges.


Skill Level
Advanced Beginner


XS (S, M, L, XL) (XXL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL)
Finished bust: 34.6 (38.6, 42.6, 46.4, 50.4) (54.4, 58.2, 62.2, 67)” / 88 (98, 108, 118, 128) (138, 148, 158, 170) cm, blocked
Recommended ease: This jumper is designed with approximately 4.7–6.7” / 12–17 cm of positive ease
Sample shown is knit in Size S.
Full sizing chart is included in the pattern.


Bulky weight, Wool and Works, Merino Chunky (100% Superwash Merino),
110 yds (100 m) per 100-g skein, shown in Glacier colorway.


Any bulky weight yarn can be used for this pattern as long as it matches gauge. A good substitute would be Wool and the Gang, Alpachino Merino or Drops, Andes.


880 (998, 1113, 1203, 1325) (1460, 1553, 1717, 1871) yds / 805 (913, 1018, 1100, 1212) (1335, 1420, 1570, 1711) m


For body: US 11 (8 mm) straight needles or 24- to 32-inch (60- to 80-cm) circular needle
For sleeves: US 11 (8 mm) 24- to 32-inch (60- to 80-cm) circular needle
For bottom ribbing: US 8 (5 mm) straight needles or 24- to 32-inch (60- to 80-cm) circular needle
For neckline and sleeve cuffs: US 8 (5 mm) 24-inch (60-cm) circular needle

Sweet as Pie Jumper Pattern

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