Ginsberg’s dramatic volume creates a striking silhouette and a cocoon of snuggly warmth. The knitting begins with a barn roof-shaped back piece, with the fronts worked on stitches picked up from the upper gambrel slopes. These projecting wings fold over the shoulders and are seamed to the back piece at the sides. Hem ribbing is worked along the fronts and back in one piece. Cables and blocks of textured stitches create a large-scale plaid effect on the fabric. Cuffs are knit in the round on stitches picked up after seaming to form a gentle puff above the elbow. We knit Ginsberg in woodsy Serpentine; choose Obsidian for mystery or creamy Gypsum for wear-with-anything magic appeal.
- 1090 (1555) total yards of chunky weight wool yarn
- 6 (8) skeins Brooklyn Tweed Quarry (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 200 yards/100 grams)
- Photographed in color Serpentine
Please note: the stitch patterns for this garment are charted only.
- 14 stitches & 22 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch with Size A needle, after blocking
- 19-stitch cable and texture panel from chart = 5″ wide with Size A needle, after blocking
Size A (for Main Fabric)
- One 32″ circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed
- Suggested Size: 6½ mm (US 10½)
Size B (for Ribbing)
- One each 16″ and 32″ circular needles, two sizes smaller than Size A
- Suggested Size: 5½ mm (US 9)
- 25¾ (31½)” [65.5 (80) cm] back width at bust; approximately 22 (26)” [56 (66) cm] length from shoulder
- Intended to fit 32–42 (44–54)” [81.5–106.5 (112–137) cm] bust circumference
- Sample shown is 25¾” [65.5 cm] wide on model with 31″ [78.5 cm] bust