TRY CRAFTSY UNLIMITED | Watch everything free

Pattern Download

men's wrapped


Skill Level


Skills Needed

  • Cables

What You Get

  • 1 digital pattern (instant download)
  • Free Pattern Updates

How it works

  • This pattern was designed by a Craftsy independent design partner!
  • You'll purchase through PayPal and all profits go to the designer.
  • After purchase find your pattern in your pattern library.


A classical drop-shoulder pullover for men, but the assymetrical placed cable at the front and the back makes it interesting and stylish. The men(tm)s wrapped is worked top-down, starting with a provisional cast-on at the shoulder. The breast pocket is optional. Back and front are worked seperately to the armholes and joined in the round. The stitches of the sleeves are picked and the sleeves, worked top-down, can easily be adapted to any length. This garment is worked in one piece and seamless, apart from a little bit of sewing at the lining of the pocket. For ease of reading and following the pattern, the text is split in 3 parts: 1. chart and written instructions for the ribbed cable on page 2 2. pattern for size S-M to M-L from page 3 to 8, 3. pattern for size L-XL to XL-XXL from page 9 to 14, All techniques used (provisional cast-on, I-cord cast-on, ...) are explained in detail. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY working cables provisional cast-on (explained in detail in the pattern) I-cord cast-on (explained in detail) GAUGE 15 sts and 23 rows stockinette stitch = 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS finished measurements chest : 39.5, 43.25, 47.25, 52 (101, 110, 120, 132 cm)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1200/1300/1450/1650 (1100/1200/1350/1500 m) yards aran or light-bulky weight.
  • 5,5 mm (US9) circular needle or dpns
  • 4,5 mm (US7) circular needle or dpns

Sold by

alfa knits
alfa knits
I am a graphic designer with a weakness for everything that's handmade, especially textile- and yarnrelated. I have always been designing all kinds of things : clothes, knitwear, small furniture ... I like to experiment with shapes and textures, always searching for a different approach of constructing a garment. What appeals to me most is using common stitches (knit and purl) and simple, well-thought, clean shapes to make up a design. Most of my patterns are written with charts, illustrations and diagrams (graphics, he he ;).