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Tilted Tunic - Free Crochet Sweater Pattern
Check out The Tilted Tunic - Free Crochet Sweater Pattern to learn how to make this beautiful, detailed, high/low sweater.
Easy Crochet Sweater Pattern: Bead Stitch Pullover
This easy crochet sweater pattern is available for FREE in US women's sizes XS-XXL. I used #4 medium weight yarn and 5mm and 6mm hooks. Enjoy
Free Crochet Sweater Pattern - Haven Bobble Cardigan - Video Tutorial
With a super easy construction based on a rectangle, this free crochet sweater pattern is playful, fast and perfect for beginner to advanced crocheters. With zero increasing or decreasing, you'll love watching it come together! The bobble stitches are on trend and easy to master with the video tutorial.
London Fog Slipover
London Fog is a beginner friendly knitting pattern. It is bold and chunky vest/slipover that will effortlessly keep you dressed up and warm. You will cast on and work in the round continuously to shape the front and back plus saddle shoulders, then separate the front and back to shape arm holes and after that you will connect the front and back to work the body in the round. The slipover is worked in stockinette stitch all the way through. It is meant to be worn with little ease. 0 – 10 cm of positive ease is built into the pattern.
Sizes Bust size of the finished slipover with ease built in is XS 34 ½ ”, S 36 ½ ”, M 39”, L 41”, XL 42”, 2XL 45”, 3XL 49”, 4XL 53 ½ “, 5XL 60” inches. (XS 88, S 93, M 101, L 106, XL 114, 2XL 125, 3XL 136, 4XL 144, 5XL 152 cm).
Gauge 7.5 stitches by 10 rows = 4” x 4” (10 x 10 cm) using size (19US) 15 mm needles in stockinette stitch. Gauge is very important for this garment, you will need to check it periodically as knitters tend to knit differently when knitting flat and knitting in the round.
Yarn 425, (450), 500, (500), 550, (575), 650, (700), 725 grams of Crazy Sexy Wool from Wool and The Gang, or The Wool from We Are Knitters (200 grams = 80 meters /87 yards).
Needles For the neck and continuous saddle shoulder, you will need 16” US19 (15mm) + 32” or 40” US19 80 cm or 100 cm circular knitting needles. Smaller sizes can use shorter needles only, larger sizes might need longer needles as well.
Notions 4 markers, tapestry needle.
No Frills Sweater
No Frills Sweater is a simple raglan sweater with neckline shaping at the front. The fit is slightly oversized, but the wide rib edges and the shorter length give the sweater a feminine silhouette. The No Frills Sweater is worked from the top down, which makes it easy to try it on along the way, so you can customize it to fit your body and end up with the perfect sleeve and body length for you. If you want to make sure that the rib neck edge keeps it shape over time, you can sew a thin elastic thread along the edge. Start by knitting a swatch to determine which needle size gives you the correct gauge. Size guide The No Frills Sweater is designed to have approx. 15 cm [6 inches] of positive ease, meaning it is designed to be 15 cm [6 inches] larger in circumference than your chest measurement. The sizes XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL are designed to fit a chest circumference of 80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 (110-120) 120-130 cm [31½-33½ (33½-35½) 35½-37½ (37½-39½) 39½-43¼ (43¼-47¼) 47¼-51¼ inches]. The measurements for the finished garment are on the front page of the pattern (note that these measurements are only achieved if the sweater is knitted in the correct gauge). Before beginning your project, measure yourself with a measuring tape around your bust (or your widest upper body part) to determine which size will fit you the best. For example, if you measure 93 cm [36½ inches] around your bust (or around the widest part on your upper body) you should knit a size M. A size M sweater has a bust circumference of 108 cm [42½ inches], which in the given example would give you 11 cm [4¼ inches] of positive ease. Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL Bust circumference: 100 (104) 108 (114) 120 (130) 137 cm [39¼ (41) 42½ (45) 47¼ (51¼) 54 inches] Sleeve circumference: 36 (39) 41 (44) 46 (46) 47 cm [14¼ (15¼) 16¼ (17¼) 18 (18) 18½ inches] Length mid back: 52 (54) 55 (56) 58 (60) 62 cm [20½ (21¼) 21¾ (22) 22¾ (23½) 24½ inches] Gauge: 21 sts x 28 rows in stockinette stitch on 4 mm needles = 10 x 10 cm [4 x 4 inches], after blocking Needles: Circular needles : 3 mm [US2½] and 4 mm [US6] / 40 and 80 or 100 cm [16 and 32 or 40 inches] Double-pointed needles : 3 mm [US2½] and 4 mm [US6] Yarn: 250 (250) 300 (300) 350 (350) 350-400 g Sunday by Sandnes Garn (50 g = 235 m [257 yds]) or Arwetta by Filcolana (50 g = 210 m [230 yds]) held together with 125 (125) 150 (150) 175 (175) 175-200 g Tilia by Filcolana (25 g = 210 m v) or Tynn Silk Mohair by Sandnes Garn (25 g = 212 m [232 yds]) The white No Frills Sweater in the picture is knitted in one strand of Sunday in the colour Whipped Cream and one strand of Tynn Silk Mohair in the colour Natur - both from Sandnes Garn. The green No Frills Sweater in the picture is knitted in one strand Arwetta in the color Hunters Green and one strand Tilia in the color Reseda. Both from Filcolana. The speckled No Frills Sweater in the picture is knitted in one strand Madelintosh Merino Light (Fair Isle) and one strand Tilia by Filcolana (off-white). The pink No Frills Sweater in the picture is knitted in one strand Anina (225) and one strand Tilia (335). Both from Filcolana. Difficulty : ★ ★ ★ (3 out of 5) See the classification of difficulty here . Techniques : Find videos on the techniques used in this pattern here .
Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern made from two hexagons - free pattern!
This incredibly comfortable crochet cardigan sweater is so much simpler than it looks. Made from two basic hexagons, you’ll love watching it come together!
Elegant but fireside cozy...As early fall arrives here in the Pacific Northwest, we are treated to mild days with progressively chilly evenings. I live in an old old drafty house and craved a comfortable daily wrapper to go with my casual dayside looks. (Stay tuned for some styling ideas!)Featuring a beautiful eyelet neckband with a no-fuss cabled look, the EDIN cardigan extends your wardrobe, working as a go-anywhere jacket, great for the office or just any comfy homey day...Using Chic Knits' simple but elegant top-down techniques, this cardigan starts with a neckband and continues as stitches are added for a raglan construction with no seaming and minimal finishing.EDIN uses popular worsted weight yarn for a quick and simple knit - looks lovely in naturals, solids & hand-dyes...+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++SIZE (Finished Garment at Chest)
32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 46, 50)"LENGTH
23.5 (24, 24.5, 25, 25, 25.5, 26, 26)"YARN – Worsted Weight
Bonne Marie Burns
Free Beginner Crochet Sweater Pattern + Video Tutorial > Make & Do Crew
Learn how to make a figure-flattering cardigan from a simple rectangle in this free beginner crochet sweater pattern and tutorial. Flowy, modern + stylish!
Cable Sweater Knitting Patterns
Pullover knitting patterns with cable details. Many of the patterns are free