Photo: Kelly Brown / Hinterland 

Photo: Kelly Brown / Hinterland 

Twisted rib, traveling stitches, and tactile patterns in the Pender Cardigan evoke textures of farmland and forest. Knit in soft-spun, chunky Hinterland Watershed, this sweater is perfect for keeping cozy through Pacific Northwest winters.

The fronts, back, and sleeves of the Pender Cardigan are worked separately and seamed together to create a structured shape, and set-in sleeves keep the bulky fabric flattering. Details like the set-in pockets and sideways cuffs and bands add visual interest as well as warmth, and the unconventional joining of the button bands creates a sturdy, snug twisted rib collar.

Intended ease: approximately 6” / 15 cm positive ease in chest
Shown in 38” / 96.5 cm size with 4” / 10 cm positive ease

Yarn: 
Hinterland Watershed 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 150 yards / 137 meters per 112g / 3.95 oz skein 7 (8, 8, 9) 9, 10, 11, 11 skeins (shown in “Truffle”) 
Or
Chunky weight yarn
975 (1,100, 1,175, 1,250) 1,325, 1,400, 1,510, 1,600 yards / 890 (1,005, 1,075, 1,145) 1,210, 1,280, 1,380, 1,465 metres

Difficulty: intermediate / experienced

Skills Required: long tail cast on, increasing, decreasing, seaming, picking up stitches, short rows, buttonholes

Schematic included

Photo: Kelly Brown / Hinterland

Photo: Kelly Brown / Hinterland

Knit in bulky Hinterland Watershed for the utmost softness and warmth, the Men’s Gambier Jacket is a staple for the coastal Pacific climate.

The body is worked from the bottom up in one piece as a quick and satisfying knit. After joining sleeves at underarm, the yoke is shaped with raglan decreases, and the button band and collar are picked up and worked separately to create a cozy shawl collar. This jacket also features set-in, contrasting pockets for visual interest and added warmth.

GAUGE

Using US 11 / 8mm needles, 11.5 stitches and 15 rows = 4” / 10 cm in colour chart 3. 

Note about gauge: in suggested yarn, colour work charts tend to come out tighter than single-colour stockinette after wet-blocking. Pattern has been written to accommodate the slight difference, though knitter should aim to work both at the same gauge. 

YARN: 

Hinterland Watershed 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 150 yards / 137 meters per 112g / 3.95oz skein

C1: 5 (6, 7) [8, 9, 10) skeins (shown in “Ash”)
C2: 2 (2, 3) [3, 3, 3] skeins (shown in “Snow”)
C3: 1 (1, 1) [1, 2, 2] skeins (shown in “Honey”)

Or

Super bulky weight yarn

C1: 700 (850, 950) [1,075, 1,225, 1,375] yards / 640 (775, 870) [980, 1,120, 1,260] metres
C2: 225 (255, 310) [330, 350, 385] yards / 205 (230, 285) [300, 320, 350] metres
C3: 95 (100, 110) [130, 155, 165] yards / 85 (90, 100) / [120, 140, 150] metres

NEEDLES: 

US 10 / 6mm 40” circular needle
US 11 / 8mm 40” circular needle
US 10 / 6mm double pointed needles
US 11 / 8mm double pointed needles
or sizes needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS

Stitch markers
Tapestry or yarn needle
5 - .75” / 2 cm buttons

SIZE INFORMATION

Chest circumference (finished measurements): 41 (46, 52) [58, 63, 69]” / 105 (117, 132) [148, 160, 175] cm

Intended ease:  4 – 6” / 10 – 15.25 cm positive ease in chest
Shown in 41” / 105 cm size with 4” / 10 cm positive ease

SKILL LEVEL
Difficulty: intermediate
Skills required: long tail cast on, increasing, decreasing, picking up stitches, working in the round, colourwork, short rows

Pattern schematic included for expanded size information. 

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Knit in bulky Hinterland Watershed for the utmost softness and warmth, the Gambier Jacket is a staple for the coastal Pacific climate. Featuring simple colour work in muted tones, the body is worked from the bottom up in one piece. After joining sleeves at underarm, the yoke is shaped with raglan decreases and the button band and collar are picked up and worked separately, creating a cozy shawl collar. Gambier features extended length and set-in pockets for added warmth. The colour work pattern is a nod to traditional Peruvian motifs, perfect for the Alpaca blend. 

 
Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

GAUGE
Using US 11 / 8mm needles, 13 stitches and 19 rows = 4” / 10 cm in colour chart 3.

Note about gauge: in suggested yarn, colour work charts tend to come out tighter than single- colour stockinette after wet-blocking. Pattern has been written to accommodate the slight difference, though knitter should aim to work both at the same gauge.

YARN
Hinterland Watershed 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 150 yards / 137 meters per 112g / 3.95oz skein
C1: 6 (7, 8) [9, 10, 11) skeins (shown in “Snow”)
C2: 1 (2, 2) [2, 3, 3] skeins (shown in “Ash”)
C3: 1 (1, 1) [1, 1, 1] skeins (shown in “Meadow”)

OR Super bulky weight yarn
C1: 800 (900, 1,150) [1,300, 1,400, 1,550] yards / 730 (825, 1,050) [1,190, 1,280, 1,425] metres
C2: 150 (200, 225) [300, 375, 425] yards / 138 (185, 205) [275, 345, 390] metres
C3: 75 (85, 110) [125, 140, 150] yards / 70 (80, 100) / [115, 130, 138] metres

NEEDLES
US 10 / 6mm 40” circular needle
US 11 / 8mm 40” circular needle
US 10 / 6mm double pointed needles
US 11 / 8mm double pointed needles or sizes needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS
Stitch markers
Tapestry or yarn needle
5 - 1” / 2.5 cm buttons

SKILL LEVEL
Intermediate
Skills required: long tail cast on, increasing, decreasing, picking up stitches, working in the round, colourwork, short rows

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Chest circumference: 37 (42, 47) [52, 57, 62]” / 94 (107, 119.5) [132, 145, 157.5] cm Intended ease: 4 – 6” / 10 – 15.25 cm positive ease in chest Shown in 37” / 94 cm size


Pattern Schematic included for expanded size information.

Standard Knits MARKET cardigan

With seed stitch details and a wide button band, the MARKET cardigan is a classic cozy layer for everyday. The body and button band are worked in one piece from the bottom up, and sleeves are joined before raglan shoulders and short-row neckline shaping form the yoke.

Market Cardigan back view 1 WEB.jpg

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL / SKILLS REQUIRED

Difficulty: intermediate

Skills required: long tail cast on, stockinette stitch, seed stitch, increasing and decreasing, short rows, working on double pointed needles, three-needle bind-off, buttonholes.

MATERIALS

Yarn: 
Cascade 220 Solids & Heathers, 100% wool, 220 yards / 200 meters per 100g / 3.5oz skein
6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14) skeins (shown in 9459 “Yakima Heather”)

Or

Worsted weight yarn
1,300 (1480, 1,700, 1,930, 2,150, 2,400, 2,720, 2,925) yards / 1,190 (1,350, 1,560, 1,770, 1,970, 2,200, 2,490, 2,675) metres

Needles: 

US 4 / 3.5mm 32” circular needle
US 5 / 3.75mm 32” circular needle
US 4 / 3.5mm double pointed needles
US 5 / 3.75mm double pointed needles
or size needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS

Stitch holders
Stitch markers
Tapestry or yarn needle
Sewing needle
7 - .75” / 2 cm Buttons
Thread to match buttons

GAUGE

Using US 5 / 3.75mm needles, 21 stitches and 29 rows = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch

SIZE INFORMATION

Chest circumference (finished measurements): 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60)” / 81.5 (91.5, 101.5, 111.5, 122, 132, 142, 152.5) cm

Intended ease: 2 – 4” / 7.5 – 15.25 cm positive ease in chest
Shown in 32” / 81.5 cm size with 2” / 7.5cm positive ease

Schematic included with pattern for expanded size information

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

The two-toned Hotham Cowl illustrates the line where the horizon meets the sea. Deep texture in bulky Hinterland Watershed creates a soft but tactile fabric, making it warm and delightful to wear. Hotham is worked in the round without shaping, utilizing a repeating stitch pattern that is easy to memorize. Beginner and experienced knitters alike will be satisfied with this quick and toasty accessory.

GAUGE
Using US 11 / 8mm needles, 13 stitches and 16 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stitch pattern.

YARN
Hinterland Watershed, 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 150 yards / 137 meters per 112g / 3.95oz skein
C1: 1 skein (shown in “meadow”)
C2: 1 skein (shown in “snow”)

OR

Super bulky weight yarn
C1: 115 yards / 105 metres
C2: 115 yards / 105 metres

NEEDLES
US 11 / 8mm 32” circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge.

NOTIONS
Stitch marker

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
1 size
Circumference: 28” / 71 cm Height: 12” / 30.5 cm

SKILL LEVEL
Difficulty: beginner
Skills required: long tail cast on, working in the round, modified B 

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Bowen is a boxy, contemporary pullover that features slipped stitches running subtle channels along the stockinette fabric. The front, back, and sleeves of Bowen are worked separately before seaming to create a structured fit. The collar is picked up after assembly and shapes a wide, boatneck opening perfect for layering over collared shirts or alone for a casual look. Worked in Hinterland Range, the broken rib detailing and an add-on pocket complete Bowen’s graceful design. 

GAUGE
Using US 6 / 4mm needles, 19 stitches and 26 rows = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch

YARN:
Hinterland Range 50% Rambouillet, 50% Alpaca, 216 yards / 198 meters per 112 / 3.95oz skein 5 (6, 7, 7) [8, 8, 8, 9) skeins (shown in “Ash”)

OR
Worsted weight yarn 1,080 (1,200, 1,320, 1,450) [1,570, 1,730, 1,870, 2,000] yards / 990 (1,100, 1,210, 1,330) [1,440, 1,580, 1,710, 1,830] metres

NEEDLES
US 5 / 3.75mm straight or circular needle (knitter’s preference for knitting flat)
US 5 / 3.75mm circular or double pointed needles (for neck ribbing)
US 6 / 4mm straight or circular needles (knitter’s preference for knitting flat)
or size needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS
Stitch markers Tapestry or yarn needle

SKILL LEVEL
Difficulty: advanced beginner
Skills required: long tail cast on, stockinette stitch, increasing, picking up stitches

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Chest circumference (finished measurements): 38 (42, 46, 50) [54, 58, 62, 66]” / 96.5 (106.5, 117, 127) [137, 147, 157.5, 167.5] cm Intended ease: 6 – 8” / 15.25 – 20.25 cm positive ease in chest Shown in 38” / 96.5 cm size

Pattern Schematic included for expanded size information.

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

Photo: Hanahlie Beise / Hinterland

 

 The FIELD blanket scarf is designed to keep you toasty on all your daily adventures. The tightly-woven fabric and over-sized shape is the next best thing to taking your favourite blanket to-go. 

 

 
FIELD blanket scarf 3

Difficulty level: intermediate
Skills required: casting on, herringbone stitch (ssk and p2tog, modified), binding off, sewing (blanket stitch)

Yarn: 
Diamond Yarns Galway 100% wool, 220 yards / 200 metres per 100g skien 
Main colour (MC): 5 skeins (shown in highland heathers / stone heather) 
Second colour (C2): 1 skein (shown in worsted / ecru)

Or

Worsted 10-ply yarn
Main colour (MC): 1,100 yards / 1006 metres
Second colour (C2): 100 yards / 92 metres

Needles: 
US 11 / 8mm straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions: 
Tapestry needle

Gauge: 
38 stitches and 29 rows = 6” / 15.25 cm in herringbone stitch

One size 
Finished measurements: 13 x 75” / 33 x 190.5 cm

FIELD blanket scarf 1
 

The FIELD henley is a cozy, fitted sweater that can be worn alone or layered under your favourite plaid shirt. The henley is knit in pieces from the bottom up, then seamed together before completing the placket and collar. LOFT knits to an incredibly lightweight, snug fabric ideal for warmth and layering.


 

Difficulty: advanced beginner / intermediate
Skills required: long tail cast on, stockinette stitch, increasing and decreasing, picking up stitches, working on circular needles, buttonholes, binding off

Yarn: 
Brooklyn Tweed LOFT 100% wool, 225 yards / 205 meters per 50g skein
Main colour (MC): 5 (6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 11) skeins (shown in “sweatshirt”)
Second colour (C2): 1 skein (shown in “fossil”)

Or

Fingering weight yarn
Main colour (MC): 1,100 (1,250, 1,450, 1,600, 1,900, 2,100, 2,300, 2,500) yards / 1,005 (1,140, 1,325, 1,460, 1,740, 1,920, 2,100, 2,290) meters
Second colour (C2): 30 (35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65) yards / 28 (32, 37 41, 46, 50, 55, 60) meters

Needles: 
US 3 / 3.25mm straight needles
US 1 / 2.25mm straight needles
US 1 / 2.25mm 16” circular needle
or size needed to obtain gauge

Notions: 
Stitch holder
Tapestry or yarn needle
Sewing needle
4 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5) - 0.75” / 2 cm Buttons
Thread to match buttons

Gauge: 
Using US 3 / 3.25mm needles, 25 stitches and 39 rows = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch

Sizes: 
Chest circumference (finished measurements): 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60)” / 81.5 (91.5, 101.5, 111.5, 122, 132, 142, 152.5) cm

schematic included with pattern