Magena Fringe Jumper

Hi friends,
As the weather is getting colder I been dreaming of making transitional clothes. Nothing too warm, something I could just layer up, casual but stylish. 
My love affair with Named is not a secret over here. Their aesthetics fits my personal style and I cannot have enough of the whole new collection. 
The Magena fringe jumper is super easy to make. Made it size 40 without the neck band. I actually sewn that in but didn’t like it so I removed it and lowered the neckline.

The fabrics are all different stretch knits but they match so perfectly. Oh did you recognise the shoulder yoke is the same as my Mabel skirt. It’s like Im wearing a fashionable version of track suit.

I made the pattern using only scrap fabrics. De- stash-ING!!!! 
That mean I didn’t cut the front and back on fold. Looks great topstitched both sizes.  
The sleeves are on the large side (but perfect length) so the next version I will trim them a little. I also plan to lengthen the jumper about 3 cm.
OMG!!!! I really love this jumper!
  • I want one too! Looks amazing

  • Sam

    Wow, that looks amazing. So much nicer than the version they show on the website.

  • Gorgeous!

  • Looks great! I have a similar pullover in my fall sewing list too 🙂 And and and this could be your entry to the Scraptember sewalong!

  • I love it. I have made the shoulder yoke of this pattern but haven’t decided on the fabric for the body yet, the fact that the weather became hotter hasn’t helped. But now you have me thinking I need to find a sleeve fabric too, hmm. Just love the look of the contrast down the arms.

  • amazinggggg!!!!

  • It’s difficult not to like the jumper! Great pattern combo: dots and strips had never looked so good together!

  • So awesome!! Great comfy, transitional piece!

  • Very cool!

  • I use to not like this pattern… but your version is so mazing that I want it now!!! 🙂

  • I’ve been starting to think about my fall wardrobe as well. Great transitional piece, Rachel!

  • What a fun mixed-print top! I like Named too.

  • I love it in those fabrics. How fun!

  • Lovely job – and a stash-buster too! I wish my stash was as colour co-ordinated!

  • Adore this. This one is now on my sew list as well!!

  • Love it! Great way to de-stash!

  • love the mix an match of the different fabrics. So cute.

  • Chic and fun at the same time. A great stashbuster!

  • You look really cool (what’s new!). I love the coordinating fabrics and you are right, Named patterns are really great. They suit my style too. I just bought the koko tunic top. Its spring-ish in Canberra/Australia and i can just see it being paired with a pair of jeans or dungarees!

  • Looks so cool and yet cosy! I love the mix of fabrics – genius! Perfect for autumn.

  • This is so, so cute on you! Love the combo of fabrics, and what a great way to stash bust!

  • I just bought the Wenona shirt pattern by Named last night, but now I want to go back for this one! It looks super comfortable with lots of fun opportunity to mix prints and colors. Really cute.

  • I really love that jumper too!! I have some of the striped fabric you used left from something else, you have given me some inspiration now!!

  • ficou super linda. Bela escolha de tecidos, amei. *

  • I really love it too, the mix of fabrics is perfect