Emily Greene



GRAN is a minimal cardigan/coat featuring deep front pockets, an oversized fit, and delightfully substantial double-knit trims. This pattern pairs inventive construction and finishing techniques with just the right amount of relaxing stockinette knitting, offering an engaging project with stunning finished results. 

To fit bust 30 (34, 38, 42, 46, 50)“

43.5 (48, 52, 57, 61, 66)“ bust circumference 
Shown in size 52”; this garment can be worn as a cardigan with 8-10” positive ease, or as a modern, boxy jacket with 12-18” positive ease (as shown). Choose the appropriate size to knit according to how you’d like to wear it.

15 (16,17,19,20,21) skeins Woolfolk LUFT (109 yds/50g); sample photographed in color no. L11

14.5 stitches x 20 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch on larger needle(s)
15 stitches x 25 rows = 4” in double-knit stockinette stitch (as measured from RS) on smaller needle(s)

One 16” and one 32” circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge  
Suggested Size: US 8 / 5.0mm

One 32” circular needle, three sizes smaller than size needed to obtain gauge
Suggested Size: US 5 / 3.75mm

Tutorials for all special techniques listed below are included in the pattern:
Tubular Cast-On  
Sloped Bind-Off
Tubular Bind-Off for 1x1 Ribbing

The signature design detail of this garment is the deep, folded bands of stockinette at the hem and pocket edging, and reverse stockinette at the sleeve cuffs and outer pockets.

The fronts and back of the garment are knit flat from the bottom-up and seamed. The reverse stockinette outer face of the pocket is cleverly knit inside-out, in the round contiguously with the lining, yielding a completely seamless join between the hem band, both sides of the pocket, and the body above. The sleeves are picked up along the armhole edge and knit in the round from the top down. The front opening and neckline are finished with a wide double knit vertical band, which is knit separately and sewn on.

GRAN was originally published as part of Woolfolk’s LUFT III Collection.
Photographs courtesy of Woolfolk.