11.02.2008

Sunflower Jumper

Inspired by sunflowers opening up to the sun, this sweater will make you feel as bright as those flowers. Whether you wear it at your shoulders or around your neck as a cowl; it will be a striking new piece to your wardrobe. The construction is purely from granny motifs that can be joined as you crochet or joined once they are all complete. Big Thank you to Rebecca for crocheting the sweater and to Megan for being so nice to model it for me. Thank you so much you guys! I really appreciate you both so much!

Sunflower Jumper

Yarn: Sheep 3 by Sheep Shop (CYCA #3), 70% wool, 30% silk; 325 yd/ 100g: #A101 olive 4,(4, 5, 5, 6, 7) hanks
Hook: US G/6-4.25mm, H/8-5.0mm, and I/9- 5.5mm or hooks needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle
Gauge:
4” dia = Granny Motif with G/6 hook 4 3/8” dia =Granny Motif with H/8 hook 4 3/4” dia = Granny Motif with I/9 hook
Size:
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL) fits 32 (35, 40, 43, 48, 52)” bust circumference. Sweater shown in a Small.
Notes:
1. Work motifs for XS, M, and XL sizes with G/6 (B) and H/8 (A) hooks. Work S, L, and XXL sizes with H/8 (B) and I/9 (A) hooks. 2. Work the first Granny Motif completely and then join the following motifs on the last round (see Joining Granny Motifs).





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You can find the jumper on Ravelry. If you are a yarn store owner, you can buy the pattern wholesale at Stitch Coop. More photos on flickr.

5 comments:

Mom said...

This is beautiful...you are something else!
Love
Mom

CN said...

Wow, Robyn! It's absolutely gorgeous!!

Another pattern to pester my mom about!

Chelsea
aka crochetcollection

Lorena said...

I LOVE this! and I can't not wait to make one for myself!

woolcrafter said...

Yet another great design - terrific and prolific! How do you do it?

Michelle said...

I saw this on Ravelry this morning. I love it! Will be sure to buy it soon - once our Australian summer is over and I can crochet big things again!