Jumper sewing pattern

Cosy up in me-made style with The Jodie Jumper in UK sizes 6-20, an everyday winter staple designed for knit fabrics with raglan sleeves and cuff and patch pocket details.

Jumper sewing pattern
Published: March 14, 2018 at 8:18 pm
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Cosy up in me-made style with The Jodie Jumper, an everyday winter staple with cuff and pocket details.

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Learn to sew raglan sleeves, a hem band and cuffs, and a cute patch pocket detail with this cosy winter wardrobe sewing pattern. Don’t forget to share your finished Jodie Jumper with us tagged #simplysewingmag!

The Jodie Jumper sewing pattern

The Jodie Jumper: digital sewing pattern

This pattern is available to download (PDF) in our pattern store.

Sizes

UK sizes 6-20, US 4-18 and EUR 34-48.

You will need

  • Main fabric: 2.5mx115cm (2¾ydx45in), for all sizes
  • Ribbing fabric (optional): 1mx115cm (118ydx45in), for the cuffs, neckband and hem
  • Ballpoint sewing machine needle
  • Twin sewing machine needle
  • Matching thread
  • Basic sewing kit

Make a jumper dress to match!

If you like this pattern, you'll love our jumper dress sewing pattern to match – download the free pattern for free and give cosy sewing a go!

Jumper Dress Sewing Pattern 2

Fabric suggestions:

Medium-weight sweater, fleece or ponte roma fabric.

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Skills:

  • Learn to sew with stretch fabrics
  • Add a neckband and cuffs
  • Sew raglan sleeves
Ponte roma sewing pattern

Authors

Charlie MoorbyEditor, Simply Sewing magazine

Former Mollie Makes Deputy Editor and CrossStitcher Commissioning Editor, Charlie has been editing Simply Sewing for over 6 years. She is passionate about all things created with a needle and thread! With over ten year’s experience in craft publishing, she’s edited and curated over 10 bookazines, contributed to a series of Mollie Makes books published by Pavilion and has had her work featured in All About You, Beads Trends USA and The Guardian. Spreading positive vibes through slow stitching, craft and colour you can follow her latest makes on Instagram @theluckybluebird.

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