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​Light Blue Crochet Pullover

Mar 11, 2021 10:12 PM
​Light Blue Crochet Pullover
​Light Blue Crochet Pullover
​Light Blue Crochet Pullover

You’ll need:

250 (250)g of light-blue Cella yarn (100% cotton; 80m/50g);

200 (250)g of light-blue Malia yarn (50% cotton, 50% viscose; 110m/50g);

100 (150)g of light-blue Java yarn (67% cotton, 33% viscose; 158m/50g);

Crochet hook 3,5.

Size: S (M).

Used Patterns

Picot edge: the quantity of sts is multiple 16 + 1. Work due to the scheme. Start the 1st row with 1 chain st increase instead of the 1st single crochet, start all the rest rows with 3 chain sts increase instead of the 1st double crochet and sts before pattern repeat, pattern repeat, finish with sts after pattern repeat. Make 1st-4th rows x once, then, repeat 3rd-4th rows.

Stripes order: make the 1st and 2nd rows with Malia yarn, then, * 1 row with Java yarn, 1 row with Cella yarn and 1 row with Malia yarn*; repeat from * to *.

Stitches control: 21 sts x 7 rows = 10 x 10 cm.



Make 97 (113) chain sts + 1 chain sts increase with Malia yarn and work with picot edge pattern dye to the stripes order = 5 (6) pattern repeats + initial and final sts. In 50 cm = 35 rows (54,5 cm = 38 rows) from the set-up row, skip the central 49 sts for neck-hole and finish both sides separately. In 51,5 cm = 36 rows (56 cm = 39 rows) from the set-up row, finish your work with 24 (32) sts of shoulder.


Make in the same way, as for back, but in 47 cm = 33 rows (51,5 cm = 36 rows) from the set-up row, skip the central 49 sts.


Work from up to down. At first, make shoulder seams. Then, fasten the upper 18,5 cm = 13 rows (21,5 cm = 15 rows) of front and back side edges, making 65 (81) single crochets with Malia yarn. Continue work with picot edge pattern due to the stripes order, start from the 2nd row (WS) = 3 (4) pattern repeats + initial and final sts. In 20 (23) rows from the beginning of making sleeves, make 1 row of single crochets with Malia yarn and in 30 cm = 21 rows (34,5 cm = 24 rows) from the beginning of sleeves, finish your work.


Make side and sleeve seams. Fasten the edge of neck-hole with 2 circle rows of single crochets with Malia yarn, start every circle row with 1 chain st instead of the 1st single crochet and finish with 1 slip st in chain st increase.

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