Saddle-Shoulder Men's Pullover by Churchmouse Yarns

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This timeless sweater combines the relaxed ease of a modified drop shoulder with a slightly shaped shoulder line and gently sloped sleeve cap—the saddle tab squares it all up. The classic crew neck has a relaxed fit so it looks handsome over a collared shirt or a tee. And she’ll love its slouchy weekend comfort, too.

    Sizes:
    Finished chest: 41 (44, 47, 50, 53, 56)"/104 (112, 119, 127, 135, 142)cm circumference after seaming and blocking.
    To fit chest: 36−38 (39−41, 42−44, 45–47, 48–50, 51–53)"/91−96 (99−104, 107−112, 114–119, 122–127, 130–135)cm with ease of approx. 3–5"/7–13cm. For less ease, choose a smaller size; for more ease, choose a larger size.
    Finished length: 27 (27½, 27½, 28, 28, 28½)"/68.5 (69.5, 69.5, 71, 71, 72)cm from high-shoulder point (where shoulder meets neck, excluding ribbed neck band) to hem.
    Details given for 41"/104cm finished size; larger sizes in parentheses ( ).

    Yarn:
    Approx. 1240 (1325, 1425, 1525, 1610, 1690) yds/1134 (1212, 1303, 1394, 1472, 1545)m of worsted-weight yarn that typically knits at 18 sts to 4"/10cm.

    For custom lengths: To lengthen or shorten body, add or subtract approx. 29 (31, 33, 35, 37, 39) yds/ 27 (29, 30, 32, 34, 36)m of yarn for each 1"/2.5cm of knitted length

    Needles & Notions:

    • US 7 (4.5mm) needles, or size to obtain gauge.
    • US 5 (3.75mm) needle, or two sizes smaller than gauge needle; 16"/40cm circular needle in same size.
    • 4 locking markers.
    • Stitch holder.
    • Darning needle to finish.

    Notes:

    • This is a physical pattern.
    • The pattern includes both photo tutorials and technique walkthroughs.