Designed by Emily Green for Brooklyn Tweed, Pitch is a knitted coat that pairs classic cables, moss stitch, eyelets, ribbing, and twists with a sleek silhouette. Most strikingly, traveling cables “pitch” away from the center diagonally, creating movement and drape. Knit in Brooklyn Tweed’s woolen-spun Shelter, Pitch is knit from the bottom up in pieces, then seamed. Brooklyn Tweed considers Pitch a level 5 out of 5 in difficulty. For more information about materials, gauge, and size, please click Product Details, above. Please note, this product is a hard copy pattern, printed on quality cardstock with full color images and detailed charts.

Product Details
  • 13 (14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20) skeins of Brooklyn Tweed’s Shelter, shown here in color Woodsmoke; or 1765 (1960, 2160, 2330, 2520, 2660, 2760) total yards of worsted weight yarn
  • US 6 (4 mm), 32-inch circular needles or straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge 
  • US 5 (3¾ mm), 32-inch circular needles or straight needles, or one size smaller than gauge needles for optional pockets


18 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in moss stitch with gauge needles, after blocking


41 (45½, 50, 53½, 57, 62½, 66)-inch [104 (115.5, 127, 136, 145, 158.5, 167.5) cm] chest circumference with fronts overlapping, with an intended ease of +8-10 inches [20.5-25.5 cm]