This cable jacket is perfect when you need to keep warm outdoors, but with complete freedom of movement. The hood is great for protecting the neck and head from cold winds. With the horizontal cable yoke worked in short-row technique, this is an eye-catching and unconventional jacket that will draw lots of compliments!
This is a downloadable pdf knitting pattern.
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The most update version is 1.3
8-10 (12-14, 16-18, 20-22, 24-26) / 32-34 (36-38, 40-42, 44-46, 48-50)Ē
Model wears size 8-10 / 32-34Ē
Jamiesonís of Shetland Marl (Chunky weight; 100% pure Shetland wool; 120m [131yds] per 100g ball)
9 (9, 10, 11, 11) x 100g balls in Chiantili (200)
15 sts and 20 rows to 10 cm over stocking stitch using 6mm needles.
For the yoke, body and edges use the following needles:
1 set of 6mm (UK 4/US 10) circular (cir) needles (100cm length)
1 set of 5.5mm (UK 5/US 9) cir needles (at least 120cm length for working the garter edging)
For sleeves, use the following needles. If you can work the Macig Loop method with circular needles, you donít need DPNs:
1 set of 6mm (UK 4/US 10) double-pointed needles (DPNs)
1 set of 5.5mm (UK 5/US 9) DPNs
Waste yarn to hold sleeve & hood stitches
3 x toggle buttons
4 x markers
Yarn needles to tidy ends