Chevy Folk Bundle





worsted weight yarn


"Chevy Folk is a drop shoulder pullover with stunning stitches! The design features large chevron and diamond motifs created from twisted stitches. The boxy shape, ribbed boat neckline, and fitted sleeves give it a modern fit. Knit up in Hudson and West’s Forge, cozy yarn, it makes the perfect statement piece for your handmade wardrobe!" ~Annie Lupton

Bundle includes four skeins of Forge yarn in chosen color and an H+W project bag.

Digital pattern sold separately on Ravelry + Annie's website.* 

Annie is offering 25% off this new design from Tuesday, Sept 7th - Saturday, Sept 11th on both Ravelry and her website! No coupon required!

1 (2, 3, 4, 5)(6, 7, 8, 9); 34 (38.5, 43.25, 48, 52.75) (57.5, 62, 66.75, 71.5)” [86.5 (98, 110, 122, 134) (146, 157.5, 169.5, 181.5) cm] finished chest circumference. 2-6" [5-15 cm] positive ease recommended.

Hudson + West Co. Forge (70% U.S. Merino / 30% U.S. Corriedale; 235 yds [214 m]; 3.5 oz. [100g]): fawn (natural beige), 3 (4, 4, 4, 5) (5, 6, 6, 6) skeins.

Size 7 (4.5 mm) 24-40” [60-101.5 cm] circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge for the body and spare gauge-size DPNs for the 3-needle bind off

Row counter, tapestry needle, stitch holder or waste yarn

17 sts and 23 rows over 4” [10 cm] in charted twisted st pattern worked flat, blocked.

Construction Notes:
The front and back of Chevy Folk are knit in pieces, flat. Short rows are worked over the ribbing to shape the shoulders. Shoulders are seamed using the 3-needle bind off and the sides are seamed leaving space for the armholes. The sleeves are picked up and worked outward from the body in the round.

About the Designer

Annie Lupton is a hand knitwear designer currently based out of Grosse Ill, Michigan. She enjoys working with natural fibers, neutral colors, and rustic, earthy tones and designs garments that offer great structure and fit. She often incorporates cables, lace, texture, interesting silhouettes, and even crochet edgings and embroidered embellishments into her designs. Find her designs on Ravelry and her website.

*Wondering why? We know it creates an extra step for you, the knitter, but we promise there's a good reason. This approach allows for the most efficient (and maximum) compensation for our indie designer friends, who are able to realize more money selling the pattern retail than selling it to us wholesale. Independent designers are a critical part of our knitting community, and we appreciate your helping us do our part to ensure that our Friends of the Flock are compensated for their work. 


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