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Ponsanooth Jumper

£59.95

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80% Cotton, 20% Linen

Made from a cool, comfortable cotton and linen blend, with distinctive multi-coloured yarn-dyed stripes, our Ponsanooth Jumper is truly special. It's knitted using basket stitch, giving it a beautiful textured feel that's enhanced by the one-by-one rib detailing on the neckline, cuffs and hem. This striking, semi-fitted style is finished with a boat neck and long sleeves. Perfect with denim, crops and shorts.

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* * * * * Rated 5/5 (3 reviews)

Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 3 reviews.

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My new favourite piece!

I bought the Ponsanooth jumper for the cold evenings we get at this time of year. The cotton/ linen yarn will make it cool enough to wear throughout the summer. The colours are beautiful and the garment is well made. I think this one will be worn out before I grow tired of it!

Posted by  •  8th May 2018

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Disappointing colour

This sweater is certainly not the same as the picture on the Webb site. The model is clearly wearing white trousers and the sweater appears to be red white and blue. The sweater is in fact quite a dull ecru red and blue. Doesn’t look good at all with white crops. It’s also not a generous size although the quality seemed ok. Sadly I returned it. Surely it must be possible to get an image for the Webb site that reflects its true colour.

Posted by  •  5th May 2018

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Lovely sweater

A really nice sweater that is light and easy to wear. The colours are exactly as they appear in the description and I would highly recommend it, especially for this time of the year

Posted by  •  3rd May 2018

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