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Sophisticated Rustic Jacket
Design by Pam Allen

Chris Hartlove

P lay up the sophisticated and you can wear this jacket to parties or the office. Play up the rustic and you can wear it on a hike. It is made in garter stitch in a thick-and-thin wool and linen yarn, and features feminine shaping, subtle ruffles, and contrasting buttons.

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Originally published in Interweave Knits, Spring 2002. ©Interweave Press LLC. Not to be reprinted. All rights reserved.

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M1. Inc row: K2. Cont even until piece measures 13 (13.5 [21.) Inc 1 st after m in this manner every 10 rows 3 more times—35 (37. 7) sts at beg of foll 2 rows—21 (21. ending with a WS row. 86) sts. 84) sts rem. Back With CC. 45.5] cm) from beg.com Visit knittingdaily. 44) sts rem. bringing yarn ends to front. Change to MC and work as foll: K1. 44. 74. 18).5. Shape armholes: BO 4 sts at beg of next 2 rows. 35. Shape shoulders: BO 6 (6. knit to last 2 sts. 26.5 [13. Purl 1 row. #3616 ivory (CC). 7) sts at beg of next 4 rows.5. 8. rep from * to last st. Cont in garter st until piece measures 91⁄2 (91⁄2. k14 (16. Left Front With CC. 2) times—57 (59. 25. Yarn Classic Elite Zelda (70% wool. 93 yd [85 m]/50 g): #3645 zinc (MC). 20. 2) time(s). 10. BO 2 sts and work to end as established—31 (35. when piece measures 51/4 (51/4. M1. Right Front Work as for left front. 46)” (94 [101. M1. 34. Dec row: K2. 101/2)” (24 [24. stitch holders. k25 (27. 41) sts after all armhole decs and all collar incs have been made. 53/4)” (13. 71/2)” (16. 87. 7. One 16” (40-cm) circular (cir) needle in any size smaller than size 9. tapestry needle.SOPHISTICATED-RUSTIC JACKET d e s i g n b y P A M A L L EN Finished Size 37 (40. then every 4 rows 0 (1. and at the same time. 68. 13. 101⁄2)” (24 [24. Dec row: (RS) K2. knit to last 4 sts. M1. 72. 9. 16).5 mm). 1 skein. ending with a WS row. M1. k2. 41. M1. k2. Cont in garter st until piece measures 61/2 (7. k2—61 (67. then BO 2 sts at beg of foll 2 rows—57 (63. publishers of Interweave Knits magazine…join the online knitting community at KnittingDaily. Classic Elite Provence (100% cotton. k2tog. Cont in garter st until piece measures 51/2 (51/2. Place sts on holder.5 [4. 15. 15] cm) from beg. Shape armhole and collar: (RS) BO 4 sts at beg of row. 45. work to end as established—33 (37. 3) times. 14. 93) sts. k1—69 (75. k12 (14. work to end as established—36 (40. 7. On next RS row. Shape collar: (RS) Knit to last 4 sts. leaving a 21/2-yd (2. 80. 3. CO 64 (64. 22) sts rem. 2)” (2. Inc row: K2. *k2tog. 44. 7. 39. k2. Knit 1 (RS) row. ending with a WS row. 15. Inc row: K2. k14 (16. k2—69 (75. 6)” (14 [14. 14)” (33 [33. ©Interweave Press LLC. 7) sts once—17 (18.com for more great patterns! page 2 . 9)” (20. 16). 31/2. 15. Gauge 15 sts and 30 rows = 4” (10 cm) in garter stitch. All rights reserved. 74) sts. 11 (12. Purl 1 row. Sleeves With CC.5. and at the same time. k14 (16.5] cm) from beg. *k2tog. 8)” (19 [19. Cont even until piece measures same as back to shoulder. CO 136 (148. M1. 256 yd [233 m]/125 g) #2623 Bideford shrimp.5. when armhole measures 1 (11/2. M1. 38) sts rem. 11/2. three 11⁄8” (3-cm) plastic rings for buttons.5. 20) sts rem. maintaining 2 sts at center front in CC (twist yarns tog at color change to prevent holes) until piece measures 4” (10 cm) from beg. 20. ending with a WS row. M1. Place sts on cir needle. then BO 6 (7. 6. k2 with CC—37 (41. 19] cm) from beg. 7) sts at shoulder edge 2 times. 78. 48) sts. 6. Dec 1 st at armhole edge every other row 0 (1. 26.5. Work 2 more buttonholes in this manner at 31/2 (31/2. 78. k12 (14.5]-cm) intervals. k2. 32). reversing shaping. 28. k2tog.5] cm) from beg. 38. 86) sts rem. ending with a WS row. Inc row: (RS) K2. 17. 6. 39. ending with a WS row. 20.5] cm) from beg. 17. k2—67 (73. 47) sts. k12 (14. Dec row: K2. 18). 42) sts rem. Cont even until piece measures 91/2 (91/2. 30% linen. 6)” (14 [14. k2. 158. 170) sts. 9. ending with a WS row. M1. Sweater shown measures 43” (109 cm).5. rep from * to last 2 sts. Notions Markers (m). 1 skein. Knit 1 (RS) row. 1. 15. 109. 117] cm) bust/chest circumference. Shape shoulder: BO 6 (6. 3) time(s). Cont in garter st. then BO 6 (7. 8)” (19 [19.5 [18. k2. ending with a WS row. M1. 34). M1. 18. 43. size F/5 (3. k2tog. ssk. work 3-st one-row buttonhole (see box) 4 sts in from center front edge. Inc row: K2. ending with a WS row. place marker (pm). 3. k2tog. ending with a WS row. Note Slip the first st of every row knitwise. ssk. 17. Not to be reprinted. Cont even until piece measures same as back to armhole. 18). (Note: From this point forward the wrong side of the marked sts at center front will correspond to the right side of the collar so RS of collar will show when lapels are folded back. Cont in garter st (knit every row) until piece measures 4” (10 cm) from beg. ending with a WS row. 21. 15] cm) from beg.75mm) crochet hook. 23] cm). Originally published in Interweave Knits. Change colors on the RS of the front piece. 14. 10. 5] cm). Cont even until piece measures 71/2 (71/2. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Join MC and work next row as foll: K1. k2—67 (73. ssk.5. Dec 1 st each end of needle every other row 0 (1. work to end as established—37 (41. k2tog. 80. knit to end of row as established—36 (40. k1—33 (33. *k2tog. 33/4)” (9 [9. 22. 64) sts rem. Dec row: K2. work to end as established. 20.5. k2tog. Spring 2002. knit to last 2 sts. Cont even until piece measures 51/2 (51/2. ssk. 84) sts. 78) sts rem. k2 with CC. 25. M1.5] cm) from beg. 16). Needles Size 9 (5. k2tog. k2. k23 (25.3-m) tail of CC for finishing. 8. 131/2. rep from * to last st. Cont even until armholes measure 8 (81/2. 53/4. Knit 1 (RS) row. 47) sts rem. 48) sts. Purl 1 row. M1. Change to MC and work next row as foll: K1. ending with a WS row. 1. then every 4 rows 0 (1. 60. M1. 74) sts rem. 6. ending with a WS row. 81/2. 15. Knit 1 (WS) row.5 20. 30. CO 71 (79.5] cm) from beg. Cont in garter st until piece measures 71/2 (71/2. ssk. 14) skeins. 4.

2) times—57 (59. insert plastic ring into button. 2) time(s). an avid knitter and a knitwear designer. 3. ch 1. *Work 1 sc into each of the 16 sc. Cut yarn. PAM ALLEN is the former editor of Interweave Knits. k2 with CC as established. 8. sl last st pwise to right needle. sl this st to cir needle and k2tog the last collar st and first back neck st. Rep Rows 1 and 2 until all back neck sts have been worked. ch 1. Work 2 sc into each of 8 sc of previous rnd—16 sc. make a slipknot and with a crochet hook. 8) sts rem.com Visit knittingdaily.5-cm) tail. Buttons: With red and leaving an 8” (20. 4. BO rem sts. Thread tail on tapestry needle. ssk—5 (7. Finishing With yarn threaded on a tapestry needle. 46. run it through the 16 sts of last rnd. Cont in garter st and at the same time. Work even until piece measures 17 (171/2. 181/2)” (43 [44. then every other row 17 (15. turn. ch 1. leaving an 8” (20. 10) times more. Rep Rows 1 and 2 until 11 back neck sts rem. 10. 47] cm) from beg. Spring 2002. 14. 6. ending at neck edge. Not to be reprinted. Row 2: Work as established to last st. Position buttons opposite buttonholes. and ssk the last collar st and first back neck st. BO 2 sts at beg of next 2 rows—7 (9. 7) rows 4 (10. 3) time(s). sl last st pwise to right needle. BO all collar sts. 10) sts rem. 7. Sew sleeves into armholes. not 11 as stated. Join MC. Dec 1 st each end of needle every other row 0 (1. then BO 2 sts at beg of foll 2 rows—45 (47. 20. Sew center back seam of collar. then every 7 (6. 18. Shape cap: BO 4 sts at beg of next 2 rows. 52) sts rem. Weave in loose ends. k2 with CC as established. ending with a WS row. inc 1 st each end of needle in this manner every 6 (5.5. 40) sts. Sl st into first sc to join. then every 4 rows 0 (1. 6) rows 7 (2. Originally published in Interweave Knits. sew shoulder seams. knit to last 2 sts. Join yarn ready to work a RS collar row. Work 8 single crochet (sc) into center of ring made by chain. ch 4 (see box for crochet instructions). knit to last 2 sts. 20) held right collar sts on needle with WS of garment (RS of collar) facing. Row 2: Work as established to last st. sl this st to cir needle. Tie ends tog. 13. Finish as for left collar. Rep Row 1. 14) times—11 (13. ©Interweave Press LLC. k10 as established. 40.) Right collar: Place 17 (18. 20) held left collar sts on needle with RS of garment (WS of collar) facing. knit to last 2 sts. 1. 8. All rights reserved. Rep Row 1. Row 1: (RS of collar) With MC. and tie ends in a square knot. and pull yarn snugly to gather up the edges and close button. Row 1: (WS of collar) With MC. 64) sts. On next row. Left collar: Place 17 (18. wrap next st (see box). 48. sl 1 kwise. and knit back to collar edge. sl st into first sc of rnd to join. Sew sleeve and side seams. Next row: (RS) K2tog.k2—35 (35. Sl st into first sc of rnd to join. including the wrapped st. Slip st into first chain to join into a ring. Bring ends back to RS and secure in button. 14) sts rem. rep from * 2 more times. publishers of Interweave Knits magazine…join the online knitting community at KnittingDaily. 20. (There will be the original number of collar sts. sl 1 kwise. 60.5-cm) tail.com for more great patterns! page 3 . bring ends to WS of jacket.

slip next stitch purlwise to right needle. pass first slipped st over second. and then into wrapped stitch as usual. Knit them together. 5) more times. Crochet Chain (ch) Make a slipknot on hook. publishers of Interweave Knits magazine…join the online knitting community at KnittingDaily. draw up a loop. making sure new stitch comes out under wrap. sl first st of left needle onto right needle and pass last CO st over it (Figure 4). Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Originally published in Interweave Knits. All rights reserved. Turn work and bring yarn in position for next stitch. Bring yarn to front (Figure 1).com Visit knittingdaily. work to just before wrapped stitch. CO 4 (5. and put on left needle. under the wrap from bottom up. work to just before wrapped stitch. work to end of row. 3 (4. Purl them together. Insert right needle from back. and place it on the left needle (Figure 3). *Sl 1 pwise. turn. Slip same stitch back to left needle (Figure 2). under wrap from bottom up. Not to be reprinted. 4) more times. turn. Repeat. Yarn over hook and draw it through loop of slipknot. Place last st back on left needle (Figure 2). Insert right needle from front. Note: Hide wraps in a knit stitch when right side of piece is worked in a knit stitch. Rep from * 2 (3. Figure 1 wrapping the stitch as you do so. 6) st as follows: *Insert right needle between the first and second sts on left needle. Spring 2002.com for more great patterns! page 4 Illustrations by Gayle Ford . Hide wraps as follows: Knit Figure 2 stitch: On right side. 5) Stitch One-Row Buttonhole Work to where you want the buttonhole to begin. ©Interweave Press LLC. Bring yarn to back.Short Rows: Wrapping a Stitch Work to turn point. drawing yarn through the last loop formed. Purl stitch: On wrong side. Leave wrap if the purl stitch shows on right side. bring yarn to back (Figure 1). bring yarn to front. rep from * 3 (4. sl 1 pwise.

21. 35. 34. 9)” 20.5. 51/2. 14. 18.5.5. 10. 17)” 38. 54. 23)” 47 (51. 23) cm Back 11/4 (13/4. publishers of Interweave Knits magazine…join the online knitting community at KnittingDaily. 5. 13.5) cm 43/4 (5. 21. 43.5 (14.5 (12. 81/2. 203/4)” 41. 15.5 cm 1” 2. 9)” 20.5.5 (21. 6. 181/2)” 43 (44. 40.com for more great patterns! page 5 41/2 (43/4. 201/2.5. 123/4)” 25.5 cm 8 (81/2. 21/4. 131/2. 14) cm Originally published in Interweave Knits.5. 23) cm 13 (13. All rights reserved. 46.com Visit knittingdaily. 18.5. 14.5.5 (40.5.5 cm 53/4 (53/4. 53) cm 51/2 (51/2. 15) cm 151/4 (153/4. 47) cm 13 (13.5) cm . 25. ©Interweave Press LLC. 49. 81/2.5.43/4 (5. 5.2 (4. 14)” 33 (33.5. 51/2)” 12 (13. 14)” 33 (33.5. 21/4)” 3. 34. 51/2)” 12 (13. 14) cm 1” 2. 25.5) cm 10 (11. 71/2)” 16. 35. Not to be reprinted.5.5 (21.5) cm 17 (171/2. 5. 6)” 14 (14. Spring 2002. 131/2. 15) cm 8 (81/2.5 (18.5) cm 181/2 (20. 7. 51/2.5. 5.5. 58. 6)” 14. 32. 14) cm Sleeve 61/2 (7. 191/4. 19) cm 9 (9. 12. 16. 13.5) cm 161/4 (18.5 (45. 10)” 23 (23. 51/2)” 11. 30.5) cm Left Front 3” 7.5 (28.