The Jasper sweater is officially a winter wardrobe staple for this girl. This version is almost identical to the first Jasper I posted in this space, just a different shade of grey.
I love this pattern sewn in boiled wool. The collar has more structure in wool than it does in the sweatshirt fleece fabric I used on a third rendition of this pattern. Three seems to be my number these days. HA. But, I have a feeling I'll revisit this pattern again in the future.
When I do use this pattern next, I may try to bring the shoulders in a smidgen. I don't necessarily want the same should fit in a sweatshirt that I would want in a tailored garment, but I think that they could come in a touch.
I don't have a lot to add regarding the pattern. It's got excellent features and design details. It's clearly written and has nice supporting tutorials on the Paprika Patterns website.
As fun as it's been whipping through winter wardrobe additions, I'm hopeful that I'll be able to shift gears soon and concentrate on short sleeves and sundresses. :-D Oh, and JEANS. More. JEANS. Which patterns are on your radar for spring?