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I realise it's only the beginning of February, and temperatures here are around freezing, but this sweet jumper is a lovely piece of Springtime knitwear to look forward to.
It's knitted in one piece, top-down, in worsted-weight yarn, so shouldn't take long to whip up. I suspect the little two-stitch cables are twisted/crossed stitches, and therefore very easy to do without the faff of a cable needle. Personally, I'd probably want to make the body a little bit longer, but that's simple enough to do. Another winner from Quince & Co.
It's on Ravelry here:Â http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petra-6
Or the Quince & Co. website here:Â http://quinceandco.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_12&products_id=128