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S.E.H. Kelly tuck-stitch jumper

October 7, 2013

Forget about a Winter jacket this year. S.E.H Kelly have sorted everything out, with a piece of knitwear so thick and warm, you won’t be needing a coat. Coming in a whopping ten-ply (meaning there are ten stitches to the inch) these tuck-stich jumpers are properly chunky.











Indeed, the jumper is warm to a thermonuclear level, as you’d expect from what amounts to woollen armour. But in addition, it’s made from the most luxurious lambswool around it’s also cashmere-soft, meaning all that warmth isn’t at the expense of your own comfort. The tuck-stitch consists of four colours – light grey, mid grey, charcoal, and navy blue or light grey, mid grey, charcoal, and biscuit.

The stitch itself is a traditional one, where yarn-strands are folded over one another in a dense interlocking weave. The neck, cuff, and hem are knitted in a rib-stitch (in the same four colours as the body) so as to hold shape. The jumper has in-seam slouch pockets on either side with a plain-stitch charcoal lambswool lining, which fasten with a simple button-loop.

I like these so much I’ve actually bought one and it’s a beautiful piece of knitwear – if you’re in the market for a new Winter jumper then look no further. For more information on the label, or to buy via their online shop, go to the website here: S.E.H. Kelly.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. October 7, 2013 11:51 am

    A great jumper indeed, both in looks and construction. If last years version was anything to go by, definitely worth the money.

    • October 7, 2013 12:00 pm

      Yep, it’s an absolute cracker. I’ve been wearing mine this morning and love it, can’t recommend it enough.

  2. October 7, 2013 12:02 pm

    That’s an absolute beauty

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