A Brooklyn Tweed pattern designed by Julie Hoover. The thermal Henley, a perennial favorite for guys, served as Julie’s inspiration for this cozy pullover. Knit in the worsted-weight Shelter, Sawyer’s set-in sleeves and seamed construction offer garment integrity and strength while the unique textured fabric lends an understated look. Style over a long sleeved tee or a dress shirt—this pullover is destined to become his fave.
Twelve pages are filled with informative schematics and detailed instructions on techniques such as tubular cast on, stem stitch bind off, and knitting into the row below. And as always, gorgeous photography.
Finished dimensions: 40 (44¼, 48½, 52¾, 57, 61¼)" at chest. Suggested ease: +4-6"; shown in size 44¼ with +6¼" of ease on cover model.
Approx. 1365 (1510, 1665, 1815, 1980, 2150) yds of worsted weight wool; 10 (11, 12, 13, 15, 16) skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (140 yds/128m each); shown in Wool Socks.
For main fabric: 24" circular or straight needles in size needed to obtain gauge [US 8 (5mm) suggested].
For ribbing: 24" circular needle or straight needles one size smaller than gauge size [US 7 (4.5mm) suggested].
For placket, collar, and optional tubular cast on: 24" circular needle two sizes smaller than gauge needle [US 6 (4mm) suggested].
Optional (for tubular bind-off only): 24" circular needle three sizes smaller than gauge size [US 5 (3.75mm) suggested].
15 sts/40 rows = 4" in thermal texture stitch with gauge needles, after blocking.