sweater factory

According to British dictionaries, “sweater” is used in British English in the same sense as in American English but “jumper” is commonly used instead (though some say that “sweater” is used for heavier ones worn for warmth).[2][3][1] Oxforddictionaries.com states that in British usage sweaters are always pulled over the head and jumpers are not necessarily,[4][5][6] whereas most or all other British dictionaries disagree and say that sweaters are not necessarily pullovers or even say that jumpers are always pullovers, i.e. never open in front