Sew House Seven never fail to bring out a fabulous pattern at just the right time, the English weather has dramatically changed from the warm summer days to the cool chilly coat weather. The cosy Toaster Sweater is sure to keep you feeling toasty warm in this cold season.
Both Toaster Sweater 1 (Left Image) and Toaster Sweater 2 (Right Image) are high neck, top/jumpers. They are both very simple to sew and perfect for the colder autumn/winter weather. What makes them different from each other is they are both slightly differently shaped and for using with different fabrics.
Toaster Sweater 1 is a tighter fitting slightly cropped jumper with raglan sleeves, wide waistband and a high neckline. This jumper is perfect for sewing with thicker warmer knits, this also helps to keep the neckline standing. If you want to create a more casual look try make this one in a sweatshirt material for casual chill days.
Toaster Sweater 2 is a more casual version of the jumper as it is easy to wear, can be dressed up or down. It is slightly fitted throughout the top but with a little bit of swing under the arms, for a more causal look. The top has a high neck inspired by the boat neck style. Sew House Seven say "Make in a boiled wool knit, wool jersey or ponte for a more dressed up look. Sew it in a sweatshirt fleece (with stretch or jersey knit for a more casual look"
The patterns are available to purchase in PDF form from the Sew House Seven website, using the above links and images.