PRE-ORDER Sweaters for Men

Everybody is knitting these days, so we’re trying to make more options easily accessible for you. I’ve been adding new Pre-Order Kits to our website, and I’ve been happy to fill in a much neglected area, sweaters for men. The projects below are a selection of the kits we’ve uploaded (mostly a combination of handome sweaters on guys I wouldn’t kick out of bed for eating crackers). You can find even more patterns we can kit-up for you HERE.

Fibres & Colours

People have very different needs and preferences when it comes to their yarn, so we’ve set the kits up in the yarns they were designed in, but have also listed several possible substitutions in different fibres, both machine and hand washable, and we are happy to special order your kit in any of them. Due to the limitations of digital media we’ve also chosen a selection of colours that tend to be popular for men’s sweaters. That said, we know better than most that people love all kinds of colours (I wouldn’t have it any other way), and we are happy and able to order any colour that is available.

North

North is an easy, quick-knit pullover with set-in sleeves and a roll-neck collar. This sweater is worked flat from the bottom up, and seamed. North is deigned with Berroco Vintage Chunky, a soft, bulky weight weight machine washable wool/synthetic blend. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite is Berroco Ultra Alpaca Chunky). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater.

Anthony

Anthony is the perfect simple sweater, an easy men’s sweater knit with Berroco Ultra Wool. The body is knit in pieces and seamed (though it would be very easy to modify for knitting in the round if that’s your preferred method), and the sleeves set-in. Anthony is made with Berroco Ultra Wool, a worsted, 100% superwash wool that is machine wash and dryable. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite for this project is Berroco Ultra Alpaca). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater.

Ketch

Ketch is a classic pullover worked in pieces from the bottom up, it has set-in sleeves and a one-button shawl collar. It is designed with Berroco Vintage, a soft, worsted weight machine washable wool/synthetic blend. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite for this project is Berroco Ultra Alpaca). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater.

Artin

Sure to be a favorite for years to come, Artin is a long-sleeved pullover with a stunning traditional stitch pattern in an easy, classic silhouette. It is knit flat in pieces and seamed, and the stitch pattern is charted. For a woman’s version, see Retta. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite for this project is Berroco Ultra Alpaca or Berroco Lanas). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater.

Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald is an Aran-style cardigan with a shawl collar and raglan shoulders.Pattern is charted. This sweater is worked flat from the bottom up, and seamed. Fitzgerald is deigned with Berroco Vintage Chunky, a soft, bulky weight weight machine washable wool/synthetic blend. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite for this sweater is Berroco Mercado). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater.

Beagle

Beagle is a classic gansey with easy to follow texture patterns that will entertain the knitter and add just enough interest for the wary sweater wearer. Beagle is designed with Berroco Vintage, a soft, worsted weight machine washable wool/synthetic blend. The pattern is a basic construction, knit in pieces and seamed. There’s also a Beagle Scarf, a textured scarf that coordinates with the Beagle pullover. If you’d prefer a different yarn we’ve listed a number of alternatives we can substitute (my favourite for this project is Berroco Ultra Alpaca or Berroco Lanas). Click on the picture above or the button below to read more about this sweater

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