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Central Park Hoodie

This best-selling hoodie pattern from Heather Lodinsky now offers expanded sizes. Tahnki's Donegal Tweed wool singles yarn delivers beautiful cable structure and insulation from the cold.
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Heading out for Saturday brunch with friends at your favorite neighborhood spot? Better bring Heather Lodinsky's comfy hoodie in case the weather turns chilly. Tahnki's Donegal Tweed wool singles yarn delivers beautiful cable structure and insulation from the cold. Now offered in extended sizes. See the CPH Plus Size Galleries on Knitting Daily!
Details
Finished Size: Sizes 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60)" bust.
Yarn: Tahki Donegal Tweed (100% wool; 183 yd (167 m)/110 g): #803 yellow-green OR #869 dark-taupe (brown): 6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 16, 18, 20) skeins.
Yarn weight: #4 - Medium
Gauge: 17 sts and 24 rows = 4" in St st on larger needles.
Needles: Sizes 6 (4 mm) and 8 (5 mm) needles, or size to achieve gauge, Size 6 (4 mm): 32-40" circular needle
Notions: Cable needle (cn), Stitch markers, Stitch holders, Yarn needle, Buttons (optional), Crochet hook (optional)
Originally Published: Knitscene, Fall 2006

SKU: EP0116

Author/Speaker/Editor: Heather Lodinsky

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Nicely written pattern Review by Roberta
Rating

This pattern was clear, easy to follow, and knit up beautifully. Nothing was unclear or incorrect, and the finished sweater is lovely.

Other comments on the size are correct- there isn't a lot of ease in this sweater, and it's just barely long enough on me. I knit the size 40 and have a 37" bust, and it's snug but not too small. If I knit it again (and I would- again, beautiful pattern), I'd add 2 inches to the length and go up a needle size to make a slightly looser knit.

(Posted on 12/6/13)

Central Park Hoodie Review by Jessica Marini

First, the process of buying and receiving the PDF from Interweave was easy and wonderful! So that gets 5 stars for sure :). The actual pattern itself is a nice pattern, however I think that it might need more pictures to completely show the fit of the sweater as written and maybe more of a description of fit. From the photograph of the girl in the green version, you can see that it has a feminine fitted look to it--however with the way the model is posed, it is difficult to see where the fronts fall when arms are down and how long it really is. I know I made mine longer and picked a larger size so that it would close nicely, but I only did this after reading countless reviews about this product.

(Posted on 10/6/11)

Beautiful and easy to read Review by Jennifer Wright

Pattern is easy to read and knits up beautifully. What I found is that it is "small"/tight compared to what I normally consider in a cardigan. I reknit the sleeves (small vs medium) as they were very tight as well as added more stitches on the front band to compensate for the small front panels. I did do a swatch before knitting, so know that my tension is correct. So if you dont want a "tight" sweater, go up a size.

(Posted on 7/1/11)

Love Hoodies Review by Jason Hardgrave

Very cool pattern.

(Posted on 3/11/11)