|Giant’s Causeway from the cliff edge|
Look at all the little people climbing and crawling over the rocks of the causeway far below us. The cliff walk takes you to the organ pipes – rocks that formed liked columns when the volcano erupted and hold the cliff edge up! This was my first time to see these up close and my dad tried to do some trick photography.
No fitting issues here as the jumper is very, very loose and baggy. It is simply two giant rectangles for back and front – the front one being twisted before sewing bottom to shoulder. Two small rectangles folded to form the sleeves and all edges finished in whatever method you can. My sleeves are only half the length they should be due to translation problems but they look fine.
The front pulls the side seams forwards, hence the shape below.
|Plenty of room to grow|
What else can I say, easy to cut out, easy to sew and very easy to wear! A casual wear winner. A giant jumper for a giant day out at the Giant’s Causeway.
Thanks for reading. Ruth