Sandi Prosser

for Kertzer   c.2006

SRK 180 Weekend Jacket

Distinctive and dashing and very easy. The main body of this coat is worked from side to side, which of course enables the yarn's variegations to run vertically up your body and lengthen it (as well as your legs-- wear boots!). The armholes are just notches, and the stitch pattern doesn't get more complicated than combinations of garter stitch and knit/purl. And yet it has a rich tapestry effect that's intensely pleasing. No size takes more than 5 balls of this democratically-priced yarn. This design originally appeared in Knit 'N Style magazine.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • no schematics
  • sewing required
  • fall/winter
  • straight (flat)
  • 5 sizes, finished 37" - 52"
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • easy
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 5.5 mm
    • US 9
    • 15.0 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
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Saturday, November 03 2012, 09:35

Just finished the beg of pattern now it says to CO 30 stitiches. How do I do that at the beginning of the RS row???


Sunday, June 24 2012, 11:24

HELP. How to CO 30 to shape armhole? Is one to start a new row? And if so, how???


Julia Grunau

Tuesday, January 11 2011, 11:12

Received the following reply from Kertzer (

Rows 1 -4 is the pattern.


Hope this helps...


Sunday, January 09 2011, 16:38

help????? i am a fairly NEW knitter. I am confused about the 'Pattern Stitch".
Is it :
Cast on 15sts.
Row 1: *K1, p1; repeat from * to end
Row 2: purl to last st, k1
Row 3: K2, *p1, k1: rep to end
Row 4: purl to last stitch, k1

this seems to make sense to me as the Knit12 part of the pattern creates the 'bottom edge'?


Monday, March 08 2010, 20:40

The pattern states a thin yarn of category 3? Yet everything else says bulky 5? I take it the 3 on the pattern is a mistake?

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