Frank&Olive Pretty Pockets Jumper – Free Pattern

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Here’s a little something from me to you, a free pattern for my Pretty Pockets Jumper. Enjoy! Don’t forget to upload a photo of your finished jumper to Instagram, using the tag #myfrankandolive 🙂

Pretty Pockets Jumper one size.

By Ruby McGrath

IMG_0850Materials

– 12 x Debbie Bliss – Paloma in Charcoal

– 1 x Debbie Bliss – Paloma in Mustard

– 7mm or 8mm hook

– Tapestry needle (for weaving in the 
ends & stitching seams)

– This pattern uses UK terminology.

Text, project designs and photography © 2014 Frank&Olive Crochet. Please do not share, sell or reproduce this pattern without prior consent from the designer. Any product made from this pattern, is NOT to be sold

Front

Front and back panels should measure approx. 70cm x 70cm each, so please adjust hook size accordingly.

Foundation

Working very loosely throughout, start at the bottom – Ch71.
1tr in 3rd ch from hook and in each to end., ch 2 and turn. (70sts)

Rows 1 – 32

Work 1tr into each st across, ch2 and turn. (70sts)

Row 33

Work 1tr into each of the next 27sts, ch2 and turn. (27sts)

Row 34

Trc2tog, then work 1tr into each st to the end.. ch2 and turn. (26sts)

Row 35

Work 1tr into each of the next 23sts then trc2tog, fasten off and weave in ends. (25sts)

Row 36

Join with slst to first st of row 32.
Work 1tr into each of the next 27sts, ch2 and turn. (27sts)

Row 37

Trc2tog, then work 1tr into each st to the end.. Ch2 and turn. (26sts)

Row 38

Work 1tr into each of the next 23sts then trc2tog, fasten off and weave in ends. (25sts)

Back

For the back piece, repeat the instructions for the front piece, up to row 32. Then continue with the following instructions:

Row 33 & 34

Work 1tr into each st across, ch2 and turn. (70sts)

Row 35

1tr into each of the next 23sts then trc2tog., fasten off and weave in ends (24sts)

Row 36

Join with slst to first st of row 32.
1tr into each of the next 23sts then trc2tog., fasten off and weave in ends (24sts)

Stitching Seams

Lay the front piece on top of the back piece.
Use a tapestry needle and a length of the same wool you have been working with, to stitch the sides together, leaving the top 8 rows open for the sleeves. Stitch the front and back together, along the top for the shoulders – inwards from the top corners, up to the neck-hole.

Collar

Join contrasting wool with a slst at any point along the neckline, ch3. Work approx 46tr, evenly spaced around the neckline, fasten off and weave in ends.

Sleeves

Repeat for both sleeves.

Row 1 

Join with a slst at any point around the armhole, ch3. Work approx 40tr, evenly spaced around the armhole, join with slst to first st and ch3.

Rows 2-9 

Work 1tr into each st around. Slst to first st and ch3.

Row 10 

Work 1tr into each st around. Slst to first st and fasten off.

Pockets

Repeat for both pockets..

Round 1 

Using contrasting wool, ch16. 1tr into third ch from hook and into each ch to the end. Ch2 and turn.

Round 2-9 

1tr into each st across. Ch2 and turn.

Round 10 

Work 1tr into each st across. Fasten off and use loose end to stitch pocket onto the jumper (use images as a guide for placement).

 IMG_3792

Text, project designs and photography © 2014 Frank&Olive Crochet. Please do not share, sell or reproduce this pattern without prior consent from the designer. Any product made from this pattern, is NOT to be sold.

3 thoughts on “Frank&Olive Pretty Pockets Jumper – Free Pattern

  1. What an amazing pattern, when I’m a bit more confident I will give it a go. A great first blog :-)…I’m signed up ready for the next one. Beccy

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