Emily Greene



This architectural A-line pullover in Arbor surprises the eye with unexpected intersections of ribbed texture. Columns of half-twisted single rib climb the body from the split hem and then begin to diverge and overlap in geometric panels. Arbor’s round, 3-ply construction and worsted spin renders every line in the crispest definition. Bracelet-length sleeves in reverse stockinette and an open neckline balance the wide hem and the busy fabric of the torso.

32 (35½, 39½, 44½, 48, 52, 55½)” / 81.5 (90, 100.5, 113, 122, 132, 141) cm circumference at bust
Intended Ease: + 1–3″ (2.5–7.5 cm)
Sample shown is size 35½” (90 cm) with 1½” (4 cm) ease on modelS/M (M/L), to fit palm circumference 6.5-7.5” (7.5-8.5”)

1185 (1340, 1495, 1670, 1865, 2020, 2210) total yards of DK weight wool yarn
Sample shown in Brooklyn Tweed Arbor (100% American Targhee wool; 145 yards/50 grams), in colorway ‘Degas’.

24 stitches x 30 rows = 4″ in reverse stockinette stitch with Size A needle(s), after blocking
27 stitches x 30 rows = 4″ in 1×1 Half-Twisted Ribbing with Size A needle(s), after blocking

Size A (for Main Fabric)
One 32″ circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed
Suggested Size: 3½ mm (US 4)

Size B (for Neckband)
One 16″ circular needle, three sizes smaller than Size A
Suggested Size: 2¼ mm (US 1)

Advanced: Skills required include twisted stitch knitting, cable knitting, knitting from multiple charts, seaming, and simultaneous shaping.

Note: Complete instructions are provided within the pattern for each technique. 
Cabled Cast On
Cabling Without a Cable Needle
Short Rows: German Method
Sloped Bind Off

Instructions for cabled stitch patterns are provided in charted form only.

DIVIDE was originally published as part of Brooklyn Tweed’s Wool People 11.
Photographs by Jared Flood, courtesy of Brooklyn Tweed.
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