Thursday, October 8, 2015

New Crochet Sweater Pattern - Sunny Seine Pullover/Sweater just added to the shop.

Please, note, this is a crochet PATTERN, not finished item!
Hi everybody!
This pattern has been tested over the last month. I am happy to announce that 2 testers have no more issues with the designer - me. :))) I am very grateful for their help and dedication!

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Make a seine to catch the sun and never let it go. This crochet open stitch pullover is a head-turner and a fast project to make.

Crochet level:
- Intermediate.

You should know how to crochet following stitches:
ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), dc (double crochet), FPdc (front post double crochet), BPdc (back post double crochet).

This pattern includes:
- my love to every single step in creating crochet patterns :)
- schematic;
- written instructions;
- charts.

Instructions are given in English language, American terminology.

Crochet hook:
- 3 mm.

Recommended materials:
- 4 (4, 5, 5) balls of Cotton Fair by Premier Yarns (52% Cotton, 48% Acrylic, 317 yrds/290 m - 3.5 oz/100 g) in Lemon Drops color; it's not recommended to use thicker yarn.

-34 (38, 42, 46)'' / 86 (96, 106, 116) cm bust circumference;
- rhombus stitch is very stretchable, so sizes will also fit well +(-) 1 ½ '' (4 cm). For example size 46''/116 cm will fit 44 ½'' (112 cm) and 47 ½'' (120 cm).

- 2 FPdc x 2 BPdc stitch: 18 sts x 40 rows = 4'' x 4''/10 x 10 cm;
- Rhombus Stitch: ch-13 = 2''/5 cm long, the height of 6 dc in ch-13 sp = ½ ''/1.3 cm;
- chain stitches to start neck band: 10 stitches stretched = 2''/5 cm.

- the body of pullover and sleeves are made separately from bottom to top in rounds, connected together in last round, then crocheted as one piece up to the neck opening. Neck band is made separately and connected to body in last round;
- the measurements are done for the pullover laying flat. It stretches when worn. The sleeves are intended to be longer than arms and gather on top of sleeve bands.

This pullover in blue from one of my testers, Debbie (this is her neighbor on the picture):

My biggest gratitude for your interest in my pattern!

Thanks for visiting my shop OutstandingCrochet!
© 2015 Natalia Kononova

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Best wishes to you and Happy crocheting!

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