Julie Hoover


An uncomplicated but thoroughly sophisticated cabled pullover, Piedmont is a pleasure to wear. The A-line body is knit circularly from hem to underarms, then worked flat with drop-shoulder shaping. The sleeves are worked circularly beginning with the cuff, then sewn into the garment so that the cables are all going the same direction. The turned-hem neckline adds the perfect finishing touch. Julie Hoover considers the Piedmont a level 3 out of 5 in difficulty. For more information about materials, gauge, and size, please click Product Details, above.
Product Details
  • 1225 (1375, 1550, 1705, 1915, 2075) yards of Worsted weight yarn, 100% yak shown here
  • US 8, 32-inch circular needles (or size needed to get the correct gauge)
  • A set of US 8 double pointed needles (or same size as gauge needle)
  • US 6, 16-inch circular needles (or 2 sizes smaller than gauge needle)
  • US 6, 32-inch circular needles (or 2 sizes smaller than gauge needle)
  • A set of US 6 double pointed needles (or 2 sizes smaller than gauge needle)
  • US 5, 16-inch circular needles (or 3 sizes smaller than gauge needle)
  • Cable stitch holder

17 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch with gauge needle



Finished Chest Circumference: 36 3/4 (41, 45 1/4, 49 1/2, 53 1/2, 57 3/4) inches

Ease: Shown here with + 7 inches