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1940s Lumber Jacket knit in Bulky Wool c.1940 (478)


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Thick and warm – lumber jackets (also called Jeep Jackets or Eisenhower Jackets) were a staple of every 1940’s working girl’s wardrobe.

A quick and easy knit, with a loose fit body gathered into a knitted waistband. Patch pockets on the chest add to the casual look.

  • For size: 34 inches (although this knits up with about 5-6 inches of ease)
  • Yarn: Bulky/Chunky
  • Needles: 7.5mm and 6mm

Please note all my patterns have a faint watermark.

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