Lucy Jumper – Crochet Pattern

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The Lucy jumper consists of two identical panels, a back and a front one. You’ll make them from the bottom up.

For the sleeves you’re going to start on the widest part (at the shoulders) and then decrease until you reach the wrist.

This simple construction makes the pattern beginner friendly.

I really, really love the Cluster stitch I used for this jumper. I even managed to design the sleeves with this stitch. They look so sophisticated! Don’t underestimate the little buggers though. They are very time consuming!

The jumper has a loose fit. This makes it ideal to add a few layers in winter.

Yarn used: Drops Sky (50gr/190m, 74% Alpaca, 18% Polyamide, 8% Wool, )
Colour 11 Hazelnut

XS: 385 gr, (1463 m) 8 skeins
S: 425 gr, (1615 m) 9 skeins
M:470 gr, (1786 m) 10 skeins
L: 500 gr, (1900 m) 10 skeins
XL: 545 gr, (2071 m) 11 skeins
XXL: 600gr, (2280 m) 12 skeins
XXXL: 630 gr, (2394 m) 13 skeins

Skill level: Easy-Intermediate

Materials needed:
Yarn
Crochet hook 5mm and 5.5mm
Scissors
Yarn needle
Measuring tape
Stitch markers

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