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BOMBER dot com Jacket Knitting Pattern

BOMBER dot com Jacket Knitting Pattern

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Construction

The BOMBER dot COM  The design of the jacket is inspired by a bomber jacket, giving it a modern and stylish look. This knit pattern is perfect for those who want to create a super cozy jacket for the colder months.

The Bomber Dot Com Jacket is worked from the bottom up, beginning at the hem. The body stitches are placed on hold while the pockets are worked, then the body is joined and worked up to the underarm. Stitches are placed on hold again to shape the fronts and work the back. The sleeves are picked up and worked in the round, before working in double stockinette for the cuffs.

Skill Level 

Intermediate/Advanced

Techniques The techniques used in this pattern include:  knit, purl, double stockinette, fisherman’s rib, tubular bind off.

 

Gauge 16 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches in Fisherman's Rib, on 5mm knitting needles, blocked.

 

Suggested Needles

 

Suggested Yarn  WATG Feeling Good Yarn (70% Baby Alpaca, 7% Merino, 23% Nylon) 50g = 130m / 142 yds, Worsted/Aran.

1066 (1237) 1389 (1549) 1664 (1836) 1985 (2105) metres / 1165 (1352) 1519 (1694) 1819 (2007) 2170 (2302) yards of yarn for the Main Colour. 

86 (101) 114 (129) 148 (162) 182 (204) metres / 94 (110) 124 (141) 161 (177) 199 (223) yards for the contrasting colour.

Main Colour (MC): 9 (10) 11 (12) 13 (15) 16 (17) balls in Duck Egg Blue.

Contrasting Colour (CC): 1 (1) 1 (1) 2 (2) 2 (2) balls in Cameo Pink. Sample worked in size XS.

Single Colour Version: Hobbii Tweed Delight (85% Wool, 10% Acrylic, 5% Viscose) 50g = 100 metres / 109 yards, Worsted/Aran Weight Yarn,

1071 (1276) 1419 (1566) 1719 (1876) 2078 (2248) metres / 1171 (1395) 1551 (1712) 1879 (2051) 2273 (2458) yards,

11 (13) 15 (16) 18 (19) 21 (22) balls in the colour Ivory.

Yarn Alternatives
Drops Air
Lana Grossa Alpaca Moda
Hobbii Divina
KnitPicks Wonderfluff
Berroco Mochi
Rico Luxury Alpaca
Bare Reverie

 

Notions

 

Techniques used in this pattern include:  knit, purl, double stockinette, fisherman’s rib, tubular bind off.

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Size Guide


The Bomber dot com Jacket is intended to be worn with approximately 6 to 8 inches of positive ease built in.

XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL (4XL) 

The sizes are based on a bust circumference of approx. 71-76 (81-86) 91.5-96.5 (101.5-106.5) 111.5-117 (122-127) 132-137, (142-147) cm / 28-30 (32-34) 36-38 (40-42) 44-46 (48-50) 52-54 (56- 58) inches.


Finished Garment Measurements
Bust (a): 
91 (106) 116 (127) 137 (147) 157 (167) cm / 36 (42) 46 (50) 54 (58) 62 (66) inches finished bust circumference; garment is meant to be worn with up to 15-20 cm / 6-8 inches of positive ease built in.


Measure yourself before beginning to ensure that you choose the right size. For example: Your bust circumference is 86 cm + 20 cm = 106 cm [34 + 8 = 42 inches]. i.e. work a size S. If you are in between two sizes, you can size down because there is a lot of ease and stretchiness in fisherman’s rib. This will give you approximately 5 inches of positive ease.