Pop Jumper

Break up winter’s dull days with this bright warm tunic jumper. Dress can grow with baby by changing out the collar to become a vest.

Pop Jumper

Filatura Di Crosa Zara (CYCA #3), 100% Lana Extra Fine Superwash Merino, 136.5yds/ 50g:
MC: #1794 Deepest Teal, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5 balls
CC: a: #1797 Bright Aqua, b: #1790 Mustard, c: #1794 Coral 1 ball ea

H/8 (5.0mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge

Blocking pins &spray bottle
(2) 1 1/16” dia buttons

Stitches Used:
ch Chain
sl st Slip Stitch
sc Single Crochet
dc Double Crochet
fdc Foundation Double Crochet
t-ch Turning Chain
yo Yarn Over

16 sts x 12 rows= 4¼” x 4” in pop stitch pattern

Dress is sized for 6mth, 12mth, 18mth, 2yr, 4yr (S, M, L, XL, 2X). Chest circumference is 16.5”, 18”, 19”, 21”, 23”. Shown in 6mth size.

1. When substituting yarns be sure not to use a heavy yarn (like cotton) or the dress will hang wrong. Good substitutes to the wool are acrylic and bamboo blends.

More Photos at flickr.

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Rikke said...

Waru what a lovely little dress AND baby :O)

Have to make a new baby now ;O)

TheHMC said...

Adorable! I'll be coming for it on payday...too cute. And sized big enough to fit both of my girls!

smallsmallfaery said...

Adorable! Must make this! Too bad most of my friends have baby boys!

Megan said...

It's so cute on the baby! Are you going to show us what it looks like on a bigger girl as a vest?

Robyn said...

Thanks for the question, Megan. I should have explained what I meant better. If you crochet the pattern as is, it will be a dress in length. Then next year you can crochet a new collar and replace it with the old one on the jumper, and it becomes a vest. I do not have another sample made. I am going to wait till CJ grows out of this one I made, and switch out the collar for her next fall to make it into a vest.