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Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.

Susan
Susan
Jan 28, 2021 11:39 PM
Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.
Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.
Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.
Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.
Helping our users. ​Crochet Pink Pullover.

You’ll need:

3-5 Skeins of Red Heart Hygge Yarn, 8oz, Powder (For Size Large) (24ozs):

3 Skeins – Size XS, Small;

3-4 Skeins – Size Medium and Large;

4-5 Skeins – XLarge;

5 Skeins – XXLarge;

Crochet Hook 9.0mm;

Yarn Needle;

Scissors.

Stitches control: 6 stitches x 5 rows = 3″

Sizes

This pattern is simple to adjust. If you would like to adjust the starting chain of either the body or the sleeves, just add or subtract chains in multiples of two.

The only thing that will differ between sizes is the starting chain and the number of rows you work.

You will want the widest part of your body to match or be smaller than the hip measurement.

The sleeve length given is for a 3/4 sleeve.

Instructions

Body

Make 2

X-Small – Ch 98

Small – 102

Medium – Ch 106

Large – Ch 110

X-Large – Ch 114

XX- Large Ch 118

R1: Hdc in the third Ch from the hook and in every Ch across.

R2: Ch1, turn, work 1 Hdc in the third loop in the first 8 stitches, *[Sc,Dc] in the next stitch, skip a stitch* repeat from *to* across, stop repeating when only 8 stitches remain. Work 1 Hdc in the third loop, in each of the last 8 stitches.

Repeat row 2 until you have the correct number of rows for the size you are making

X-Small – Work a total of 16 rows for the body section.

Small – Work a total of 17 rows for the body section.

Medium – Work a total of 18 rows for the body section.

Large – Work a total of 20 rows for the body section.

X-Large – Work a total of 22 rows for the body section.

XX-Large – Work a total of 25 rows for the body section.

Feel free to add extra rows, if you would like a looser fitting sweater.

Sleeves

Make 2

X-Small – Ch 22

Small – 24

Medium – Ch 26

Large – Ch 28

X-Large – Ch 30

XX- Large Ch 32

R1: YOSLT in the second and in the next 11 ch, *[Sc, Dc] in the next ch, skip the next ch* repeat from *to* until you have 1 ch left. Sc in the last ch.

R2: Ch 1, turn, Sc in the first stitch, *[Sc, Dc] in the next ch, skip the next ch* repeat from *to* until you have 12 stitches remaining, YOSLT in the BLO in the last 12 stitches.

R3: Ch1, turn, YOSLT in the BLO in the first 12 stitches, *[Sc, Dc] in the next st, skip the next st* repeat from *to* until you have 1 st left. Sc in the last st.

Continue to repeat Rows 2 and 3 until you have the number of rows listed below for the size crochet sweater you are making.

X-Small – Work a total of 22 rows for the sleeve.

Small – Work a total of 24 rows for the sleeve.

Medium – Work a total of 26 rows for the sleeve.

Large – Work a total of 28 rows for the sleeve.

X-Large – Work a total of 31 rows for the sleeve.

XX-Large – Work a total of 34 rows for the sleeve.

Feel free to add extra rows as need if you want a looser fitting sleeve.

Assembly

Use the blanket or invisible stitch for the front and back seams. To sew the pieces together you will first need to lay the two body pieces next to each other like the diagram below. Find the very center of the two long sweater body pieces and line that up with the center of the sleeves.

Now from the center line, measure down 8 inches for X-small and Small, 9 inches for Medium and Large or 10 inches for X-Large and XX-Large. You will also measure up the small distance from that line.

From the points you measured to and the rest of the way down the center seam you will sew these two pieces together. This measurement is just a guideline. You can always sew it up further if this is too deep of a v-neck.

Sew where the blue lines are on the diagram.

Once these seams are sewn, fold the sweater along the center line, so that it looks like the diagram below.

Now sew the seams one the side of the body and the underside of the arm.

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Gramingo
Feb 24, 2022 04:42 PM
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Like this sweater and want to make it, just have one question.  What is YOSLT the abbreviation for?  yarn over something Im guessing.  Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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Susan
Feb 24, 2022 08:16 PM
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Maybe there is a missing letter in this abbreviation, let me check this pattern once again

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