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Cayley

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The Cayley Pullover is the ideal piece to take you from weekday to weekend, from road trip to backyard. This casual crewneck pullover strikes a balance between cables and stockinette, and its unusual construction makes for an intriguing journey for all experience levels. Knit in a cotton/wool blend, the garment is a three-season wardrobe staple—perfect for cool summer evenings but robust enough for chillier temperatures.

Finished Measurements 
Chest circumference: 36¼ (40½, 44¼, 47½, 51¾)”/92 (103, 112.5, 120.5, 131.5) cm
Shown in size 40½”/103 cm with ½”/1 cm of positive ease

Yarn 
9 (10, 10, 11, 13) skeins of O-Wool Balance (50% certified organic merino, 50% certified organic cotton; 130 yds/120 m per 50 g) or 1100 (1200, 1250, 1380, 1600) yds/1006 (1097, 1143, 1262, 1463) m of worsted weight yarn 
Sample shown in O-Wool Balance in Malachite

Needles 
One 32”/80 cm circular needle in sizes US 7/4.5 mm and US 5/3.75 mm 
One 16”/40 cm circular needle in size US 5/3.75 mm 
Needles for small circumference knitting (DPNs or long circular for magic loop) in sizes US 7/4.5 mm and US 5/3.75 mm 
Or use a needle size to obtain gauge after blocking

Notions 
Removable stitch markers (one in a distinct color or style for BOR), cable needle, waste yarn, tapestry needle

Gauge 
17 sts and 24 rows = 4”/10 cm in St st using US 7/4.5 mm needles and after blocking 

14-st rep of Cable Chart A or B = 2½”/6.5 cm using US 7/4.5 mm needles and after blocking

Notes 
The front and back yokes are knit flat side-to-side from the right armhole to the left. The yokes are cast on and worked simultaneously until the neck hole; the yokes are worked separately in order to shape the neck, and then are worked together again once the neck shaping is completed. Stitches for the upper body are then picked up from the yokes’ lower edges and are worked back and forth with armhole shaping. The lower body is then worked in the round from the top down. Stitches for the sleeves are picked up around the armholes, the cap is shaped with short rows, and the sleeves are worked in the round from the top down.