Hannah's (and Jake's) Hooded Jumper

Added Jun 6, 2009

by hannnc

Newcastle, Austr...

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My boyfriend loves jumpers, but at the moment all hooded jumpers come as jackets! (with zips) So for his birthday i made him this, but made it too short! So I got the short one, and he got a longer version.

These have been made for weeks but it’s been hard to pry the jumper off of him so i could wash/de-lint it! (meaning he loves it! Successful present.)

It’s called a “Kwik Serge” project, and I have an old overlocker that doesn’t work very well, but i used the overcast stitch on my sewing machine which was just as efficient!

I put the two pattern variations together, using the ribbing in one, and eliminiating the drawstring at the bottom.

May I also add, that Australian’s call these jumpers as it is a jacket which doesn’t do up, and you pull it on. I find it fascinating that the word jumper is used by other nationalities, but to mean something completely different! I understand these are called sweaters/pullover in other countries, but what is a jumper to you? Explain? :)

Material Notes

Fleece – It is fleecy on the inside and ‘normal’ on the outside.
Ribbing

Difficulty

Novice

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Categories

Season
Winter, Fall
For
Men
Garment Type
Jacket/Blazer
Style
Casual

Credits

Kwik Sew

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    Mar 1, 2011, 03.37 PMby wonderlandalys

    These are brilliant! I’ve wanted to find something to make my boyfriend but I wasn’t sure what I could manage. Might have to give this a try.

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    Jun 29, 2010, 04.40 AMby meegie-moo

    I have been trying to find the right pattern to make one for my boyfriend! great work – i’ll definately be attempting one soon :-)

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    Jan 19, 2010, 03.00 AMby jkinsey

    This looks so comfortable. I know that my sister loves these kinds of pullovers, so I’ll have to make something like this soon.

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    Jul 7, 2009, 01.02 AMby joanrobinson

    This is great! I have been afraid to do something for my husband, but this is great work and I think my husband would get a lot of use out of something like this. Maybe for Christmas…

    In the US we call what you made a “hooded sweatshirt” and without the hood it would just be a “sweatshirt.” “Jumper” to us is an old-fashioned sounding word that means it is an all in one outfit with legs, like top and bottom connected (like are coming back in style this summer). Babies/toddlers, for instance, wear “jumpers”…. no idea why we do this. The material you used, we just call it “sweatshirt material.” Pants of the same fabric are “sweatpants.” And “sweater” indicates a top that is made of knit fabric, usually for winter, but less casual than sweatshirts, like, you could wear it to work.

    :) But no matter what it is called it looks great!

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    Jun 8, 2009, 02.54 AMby lybu

    These jumpers are cool. Great work

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    Jun 6, 2009, 11.13 PMby hannnc

    Hmm Australia takes on certain english terms, seeing as we came from there, so this is probably one of them! Thanks for the insight lol. I was happy to find this pattern :) even though normal patterns cost alot more than Burda ones!

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    Jun 6, 2009, 05.58 PMby alekat

    i have been looking for a jumper pattern since the start of winter. The Lydia pattern doesn’t cut it. and i feel your pain over the zip-up hoodies, there’s way too many. and then there’s the jumpers that have the branding and pictures all over them… they’re just as bad! thanks again for the pattern

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    Jun 6, 2009, 11.31 AMby dinkley101

    Nice job, just the sort of thing i could do with for camping! warm and snugly!

    jumper for me, is a sweatshirt/sweater as i’m from the UK originally, but i also use jumper here in Canada for overall type dress !*
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    Jun 6, 2009, 10.01 AMby reneebeth

    Cool! These look really professional. I made a shirt for my boyfriend from this pattern, too. He loves it, and I’m going to make a smaller one for myself once I get good sweatshirt fabric again. I can’t remember if I just used my machine or my mom’s serger. Also, a jumper to me is like an overalls short dress or overalls shorts :)

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    Jun 6, 2009, 07.38 AMby nicholejolene

    those look great! I’ll have to check into that pattern.

    A jumper to me is what people have been calling pinafores. I don’t know if that “jumper” is just me, from my Minnesota parents or an Americanism.

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