Also known as Smuthul... Originally, this model was called Round of Redundancies, but maybe there are too many financial crisis associations with that. Round of Redundancies was the name, because you can put your fingers through the holes. Now, it is called Loophole. This design was originally worked in thick wool that I had. The yarn was discontinued, but the design remains – now in a thinner quality. Loophole is a traditional raglan sweater, worked from the top down. This way of knitting makes it possible to knit without any seaming afterwards. Furthermore, the sleeves and body could both be lengthened easily. The holes are something special. Don’t you think children will think it is great fun to play with the holes?
English printed pattern folded in 6" x 8¼" plastic sleeve. Includes embroidered sew-in garment tag with Geilsk name and logo.