28 (33½, 39¼, 44¾, 50½)” garment circumference at chest/bust Suggested ease: +1-3” for women, 2-4” for men
Sample is shown in size 39¼” with ½” ease on model
Note: Smallest size is for a Child (6-8 years), with Unisex Adult sizing inparentheses after. Additional length is given in the pattern where the Men’s Body and Sleeve lengths will differ from the Women’s lengths. The lengths given for the Child’s size are unisex.
Approximately 755 (970, 1155, 1325, 1500) yards of worsted weight wool yarn. – (1065, 1250, 1435, 1625) yards for Men’s Version
6 (7, 9, 10, 11) skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% US Targhee-Columbia Wool; 140 yards/50g) – (8, 9, 11, 12) skeins for Men’s Version
Photographed in Sweatshirt
20 stitches & 32 rows/rounds = 4” in Stockinette Stitch with Gauge Needle; measurement taken from relaxed fabric after blocking
One 24” or 32” circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed above; suggested: US 7(4½ mm)
Designed for casual wearability, this henley features Garter Stitch edgings and a textured yoke.
The body is worked in the round to the front neck split, then in a single piece in rows to the armhole. The fronts and back are then worked separately with buttonholes, neck, and shoulder shaping worked along the way.
The set-in sleeves are worked in rows. To finish, stitches are picked up around the neck opening and worked in Garter Stitch. Wooden buttons add a rustic look.
When decreasing at the armhole edges or on sleeve cap, work decreases as SSK or p2tog at beginning of rows, and k2tog or SSP at end of rows, to keep decreases in knit or purl according to pattern.
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