woodsman jockstrap by Jay Katzenberger

woodsman jockstrap

Knitting
April 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 0 - 2.0 mm
75 - 100 yards (69 - 91 m)
One size for pouch - Waist size custom to your measurements
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4/27/2020 - errata on row 48, the total number of sts should be 55, not 56. updated PDF is now uploaded and if you have purchased this pattern, you received an update to your email inbox.

another thrilling jock release from papabearknits! working with the icord edge, you’ll build a buffalo plaid jock to wear, love and enjoy! definitely a design that’ll turn heads!

the woodsman is the perfect project to work on your skills purling back in colorwork. it utilizes duplicate stitches to incorporate the german short row construction. i believe the use of short row technique is the BEST in making a knitted jockstrap that actually looks like a jockstrap!

i also strongly recommend utilizing the lifted increases for both the left and right side of the pouch. this increase will give a virtually invisible increase and the jock will have a professional look!

the pattern includes detailed pictures of what the process of building out a woodsman will entail and several tantalizing photos of my lumberback, Chris!

suggested yarns
sun valley fibers MCN (Merino/Cashmere/Nylon) Fingering
sun valley fibers 100% Merino Superwash Fingering
colorway Checkmate (red) or Onyx (black)

link to waist band patch
https://www.etsy.com/listing/724885987/personalized-recta…?

needles
US 0 16” or longer circular
US 1 16” or longer circular
or needle needed to obtain gauge

elastic for waist band, leg straps and pouch edge
2” for waist band - 1 yard
1/2” for leg straps - 1 yard
1/8” for pouch edge - 1/2 yard

patch
purchased a patch for the front of the label off Etsy

special thanks to my test knitters and my tech editors Carlos and Steven. a HUGE SHOUT OUT and thanks to Chris Chilton, aka @chilton_fit on Instagram, for modeling this traditional plaid in a completely new and exciting way!