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Tee 1 Singular Gonzalez Regina Rioux

4 Weekend Jacket Annette Petavy

2 Fuchsia & Blues Jacket 5 Wool Bam Boo Cardigan Pam Gillette Kristen TenDyke 3 Mélange Turtleneck Katie Himmelberg

. . . . cozy cardigan on a chilly winter evening. Crochetme. . and pullovers just for you. . Pam Gillette . . . . . Jacket . . . . . . . . . you will find something for everyone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Both the bodice and lace are created with a soft baby alpaca yarn. tunisian. whether you are ready to begin your first sweater. . . . . . . . . . presented by crochetme! 3 . . . . . . Crochet Sweater Patterns the Weekend Jacket by annette Petavy marries a simple stitch pattern with broad horizontal stripes to create a cozy jacket. . or looking for the perfect sweater to add to your collection. . So choose your favorite pattern and add another great sweater to your closet. . . . . . . . . . . the Wool Bam Boo Cardigan by Kristen tendyke is worked in tunisian knit stitch. the Fuchsia and Blues Jacket by Pam Gillette is a fabulous first sweater and a quick and satisfying project. . . . . . . . . . a striking single button fastens the neck of this a-line jacket. . . . . Best wishes. 4 Weekend Jacket . . . . . . . . PAGe 20 . . . . . . . . . . . Katie Himmelberg . 1 Singular Tee . . . . . . . .com P. . . the Singular Tee by regina rioux Gonzalez boasts flattering hourglass shaping and striking horizontal stripes. . nothing is better than a warm. . . . . . . . Crochet and knit blend in the classic Mélange Turtleneck by Katie himmelberg. . . Do you have friends who would like to crochet their first sweater and would appreciate free sweater patterns? Forward this link to them so they can download their own free copy of how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Crochet Sweater Patterns from Crochet me. a delicate lace edging at the hem and cuffs adds a feminine touch to this warm cardigan. . . . . . . Annette Petavy . . . . . . start a cardigan as a gift. we have collected a fun and unique selection of crocheted sweaters. . Created entirely with single crochet. . . . cardigans. . . . . . . . this swing jacket is worked in a simple seed stitch that amplifies the texture of the bulky wool and cotton yarn. .Blues . . . . . 3 Mélange Turtleneck . . . . .S. . . . toni Editor. . perfect for a relaxing weekend. . . . and a beautiful sweater is a wonderful canvas on which to showcase the splendor of crochet. . . .How to Crochet Sweaters: from You Can nEvEr havE too manY SwEatErS! Cotton short-sleeved sweaters are perfect for summer or pair them with a long-sleeved shirt for spring and fall. . . . . . . in this free eBook. . or simple single crochet. Regina Rioux Gonzalez 2 Fuchsia & . . . . . . . set-in sleeves. . . . . this stylish cardigan has a classic collar. . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGe 25 Charlene Tiedemann As noted IllusTRATIon Gayle Ford PHoToGRAPHy Projects and information are for inspiration and personal use only . whether it’s lace. . . . . . . i hope you enjoy the collection of free sweater patterns assembled in the How to Crochet Sweaters: 5 Free Sweater Patterns from Crochet Me. . . . . and simple waist shaping. . . 5 Wool Bam Boo Cardigan Stitch Glossary Table of Contents PAGe 4 How To CRoCHeT sweATeRs: 5 FRee CRoCHeT sweATeR PATTeRns FRom CRoCHeT me PAGe 7 A Crochet Me eBook edited by TonI ReXRoAT E d i t o r i a l S ta f f eDIToR CroChet Me PAGe 10 PAGe 14 Toni Rexroat CrEativE SErviCES DesIGneR Kristen TenDyke . this crocheted sweater is simple enough to be your first sweater and a perfect year-round top. . . . creating a warm and dense fabric. . . . . . . . the knitted bodice is elegantly tailored and crocheted shells create lacy long sleeves and collar.

com Joe hancock .Singular Tee design by Regina Rioux Gonzalez Originally published in Interweave Knitscene Winter 2007/Spring 2008 allovEr SinGlE CroChEt is shaped for an hourglass fit in this springtime staple. Sized 321⁄2"–46" bust. upon completion of CC stripe. Join CC and carry mC along back of right side edge while CC is in use. the cap sleeves are more dynamic than dainty. 40. how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. 6 rows CC. drop color (do not fasten off) and beg working with mC while carrying strand of CC at back right side edge of stripe. sIzes 321⁄2 (34. 44. even single crochet has incredible drape and elasticity. 400 yd [365 m]/100 g): • #107 tan (MC). 36.75 mm) crochet hook • Yarn needle See glossary for terms you don’t know sTITCHes Stripe Pattern: alternate 6 rows mC. in a specially constructed cotton yarn. the bold stripes more pirate than nautical! and. 2 cones GAuGe 18 sc and 24 rows = 4" Tools • Size F/5 (3.crochetme. 2 cones • #133 brown (CC). do not fasten off color after first mC stripe. 46)" bust yARn halcyon Casco Bay Sport (100% cotton .

7: Ch 1. 4. 3) sts. 9: Ch 1. sc in each of next 25 sts. Shape bust: Row 1: (rS) Ch 1. Row 2: (WS) Ch 1. rep Rows 7–12 only 4 (4. 14)" 2 (21⁄4 . 84. 3. 2. 23)" Sleeve with CC. 94. sc in each st to last 2 sts. 4. 76. 37. 3. 2. 2. 76. 19. 96. sc in each of next 35 sts. turn. 24)" singular Tee presented by crochetme! 5 . 66. turn. 100) sts rem. turn. turn. turn—2 sts dec’d. 96) sts rem. 95. 8. 8)" front & Back 161⁄4 (17. sc in each st to end. 4)" sleeve 12 (12. 8) sts dec’d. 91⁄2. 90) sts rem. 12. turn—2 sts inc’d. Row 16: Ch 1. 2. Row 3: Ch 1. turn. 2 sc in last st. sc in each of next 35 sts. Row 12: (wS) Ch 1. 10. 14. 8. 65). sc in each st to last 2 sts. 16(17. 4) sts. work 1 more row and place removable markers in 10 (11. 3. sc in each of next 26 sts. 17)th st from each edge. Row 19: Ch 1. Rep Rows 1–6: one (two. 173⁄4 . ending with a rS row. Rows 2–6: Ch 1. turn. 27. Row 1: (rS) Sc in 2nd ch from hook. 23. 31⁄2. turn. 8. sc in each of next 20 sts. 8: Ch 1. 109). 3) more times—68 (70. 84) sts rem. 4. sc in each of next 53 (53. Row 2: (rS) Skip 2 (2. 15. sc2tog. turn. one. sc in each st to end. 4. 2. sc in each of next 30 sts. 4. 211⁄2. 3 (3. 32. sc in each of next 32 (32. sc in each of next 45 sts. sc in each of next 25 sts. 80. 171⁄4 . ch 55 (55. Work 9 rows even. (9. sc2tog. 10: Ch 1. 37) sts. 20. Row 4: Ch 1. 86. 3) sts. 104. turn. 4. sc in each st to last 2 (2. ch 79 (81. 68 (72. 71⁄2. 72. 80. 2. fasten off and turn work. 13) stripes from beg. 11)" 71⁄2 (71⁄2. 4. turn—2 sts dec’d. fasten off. turn. 6. turn. 171⁄2. 4) sts. turn. sc2tog. 37. 65. 32) of foundation ch. turn. turn. turn. turn. sc in each of next 20 sts. join yarn in next st and sc in each st to last 2 (2. 63. Cont in stripe patt. 18 3⁄4 . 12. [sc in each of next 8 sts. leaving rem sts unworked. 76. 12. sc in each ch to end. 3 3⁄4)" 81⁄2. Shape waist: Row 7: (rS) Ch 1. 86. 2. sc in each of next 10 sts. 2. 108) sc. 55. Rows 8–12: Ch 1. one. 100. 18. turn—4 (4. turn. sc in each of next 30 sts. 18)" 15(151⁄2. 13. 101⁄2. Row 15: Ch 1. 36. 38) rows even in patt—armholes should measure about 71⁄2 (71⁄2. sc in each of next 40 sts. 21⁄2. 38. 42. 63. Rep Rows 3–4: only 3 (2. 4: Ch 1. 14. 105. 63) chs. Row 18: Ch 1.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Body (make 2) With MC. 3. 82. Work 32 (34. sc2tog] 5 times. 42. Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 3: Ch 1. Pm in st 27 (27. 2 sc in first st. turn. 92. 65. Row 17: Ch 1. 12. 5: Ch 1. fasten off. turn. 71⁄2. 4. 31⁄4 . 53. 32. sc in each of next 10 sts. 48. 38. 16. 6: Ch 1. Work even for 30 (30. 2. 2. 85. Row 14: Ch 1. 2) more times—56 (62. 86. one) more time(s)—72 (76. sc in each of next 15 sts. 4. 8. sc in each st to end. 104) sts. 221⁄4)" 171⁄4 (173⁄4 . 3. 20 3⁄4 . 6) sts dec’d—64 (68. Work in stripe patt (see Stitches) as foll: Row 1: (rS) Sc in 2nd ch from hook. turn. sc in each of next 15 sts. 90. 171⁄4 . sc in each of next 40 sts. 32. Row 13: Ch 1. 8)". leaving rem sts unworked (do not fasten off)—4 (4. sc in each st to end. 16 3⁄4 . 22. sc in each st to last st. Rows 2–6: Ch 1. turn. 48) rows—11 (11. turn. 2. turn—78 (80. sc2tog. turn. Armholes: maintain stripe patt and work as foll: Row 1: (wS) Skip 2 (2. Sizes 321⁄2 (34)" only: Row 11: (rS) Ch 1. one. 8. join yarn to next st.

turn. Sew or sc side seams from the bottom edge to armholes matching stripes. Finishing Pin body pieces tog with rS tog. Row 24: Ch 1. turn. sc in each of next 40 sts. turn. Row 13: Ch 1. turn. rep for other sleeve. [sc in each of next 9 sts. turn. Row 14: Ch 1. [sc in each of next 10 sts. sc in each of next 45 sts. rep for other sleeve. 46)" only: Row 11: (rS) Ch 1. turn. Row 12: (wS) Ch 1. turn. turn. sc in each of next 50 sts. Sew or sc shoulder seams from the outer edges to markers. Row 15: Ch 1. Pin sleeve to armhole opening with rS tog so that middle of sleeve meets middle of shoulder. sc in each of next 55 sts. Sleeve edging: Join mC to underarm seam and sc around entire armhole opening. regina rioux gonzalez designs from her home in Los Angeles. sc in each of next 30 sts. turn. Row 18: Ch 1. Row 17: Ch 1. sc2tog] 5 times. sc in each of next 25 sts. sc in each of next 15 sts. sc in each of next 10 sts. sc in each of next 50 sts. sc in each of next 2 sts. fasten off. turn. turn. Row 20: Ch 1. California. turn. including sleeve edge. Row 21: Ch 1. fasten off. [sc in each of next 7 sts. Row 23: Ch 1. sc in each of next 31 sts. Sizes 36 (40. Row 16: Ch 1. 44.com.blogspot.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Row 20: Ch 1. Joe hancock singular Tee presented by crochetme! 6 . sc2tog] 5 times. sc in each of next 2 sts. fasten off. Sl st in beg sc to join. Row 22: Ch 1. sc in each of next 20 sts. Pin sleeve down on each side of middle. turn. Sew or sc sleeve to body. Visit her at monstercrochet. Row 19: Ch 1. sc in each of next 35 sts. weave in ends. sc2tog] 5 times.

44–46. noTIons Yarn needle. yARn Colinette Prism (70% wool. tch does not count as st throughout patt. 7 (8. Jacket shown measures 36–38". how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. the sleeves stop at the wrist to show off your favorite gloves or bracelet. Seed stitch adds texture. 30% cotton. 125 yd [114 m]/ 31⁄2 oz [100 g]. 11) skeins. 2 front pieces. Originally published in Interweave Crochet Winter 2007 FInIsHeD sIze 32–34 (36–38. button. Kathryn martin sKIll level Easy. HooK sIze K/101⁄2 (6. 40–42.Fuchsia & Blues Jacket design by Pam Gillette thiS SimPlE a-linE JaCKEt has a comfortable fit with a slight swing. 10. 9. 11⁄4" or 11⁄2" GAuGe 10 sts and 11 rows = 4" in seed st patt. adjust hook size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Yarn distributed by unique Kolours. enhancing the inherent texture in the yarn. ): #048 Florentina. 48–50)" bust circumference.com . a large hook and bulky weight yarn makes this a quick and satisfying project. noTes the back. and sleeves are worked separately then sewn together.crochetme.5 mm).

53) sts. Row 3: Ch 2. turn. 20. Row 2: Ch 2. 43. hdc in next sc. 35. Rows 16–19: work seed st patt across. 55) sts. sc2tog (see Glossary) in first 2 sts. turn. 5. 51. 47. 81⁄4 . 19. Row 36: work seed st patt across. 49. 53. rep rows 1–2 for seed st patt. 59) sts. 48. sc in next hdc. hdc in next sc. *sc in next hdc.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Rows 6–9: work seed st patt (see Stitch Guide) across. 21 (22. turn. hdc in next ch. 261⁄4)" 53. 21)" 43 (45. sc2tog over rem 2 sts—51 (53. 41⁄2. 55. 20. 63.5) cm 7 (71⁄2. rep from * across. 15)" 33 (34. Row 20: Rep Row 5—45 (47. 59.5. *hdc in next sc. 141⁄2. Row 5 (dec row): Ch 2. sc in first hdc. 69).5. 51⁄4)" 9 (10. turn. 49.5) cm Fuchsia & Blues Jacket presented by crochetme! 8 . 55. 18. 25) cm sTITCH GuIDe Seed Stitch (over a multiple of 2 sts + 1) Row 1: Ch 1. 59. turn. 38) cm left front Back Ch 55 (57.5.5 (37. 61) sts. 41⁄2.5. Kathryn martin 41⁄2 (41⁄2. sc in next st. 39. 12. Rows 31–34: work seed st patt across. 13.5. 51. 11. rep from * across.5. 53. Row 25: Rep Row 5—43 (45. turn. turn. 65.5. rep from * across.5) cm sleeve 14 (14 3⁄4 . 9. rep from * across. 49. 68) cm 15 (16. turn. Row 35: Rep Row 5—39 (41. 63. Row 4: rep row 2. Row 15: Rep Row 5—47 (49. 93⁄4)" 18 (19. Row 10: Rep Row 5—49 (51. turn. sc in next hdc. 12. 57) sts.5. 51. 25. *sc in next ch.5) cm 31⁄2 (4. 59. 67) sts.5 (11. 14. 57. 12. 65) sts. Row 2: Ch 1. 23. 17. 21)" 38 (40. *hdc in next sc.5 (56. *sc in next hdc. 11. 5)" 11. hdc in next st. 21.5. turn. turn—53 (55. rep from * across. 45. 37. 53. 61. turn.5. 61. Rows 21–24: work seed st patt across.5) cm 17 (18.5. 151⁄2. 57. 191⁄2)" 35. 13 (131⁄2. 4 3⁄4 .5. Row 30: Rep Row 5—41 (43.5. 51. 231⁄2. Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook. 63) sts. 45. Rows 26–29: work seed st patt across.5. work seed st patt to last 2 sts. hdc in first sc. Rows 11–14: work seed st patt across. 53.

rep rows 2–5 six times. sc back down right front working 5 sc in ch-5 sp. 22. 11. 43. 7) sts. one. Row 5 (dec row): Ch 2. rep sc edging on left-front panel omitting ch-5 buttonhole. rep from * across. ch 1. 53) sts. 141⁄2. hdc in next ch. sc evenly in row ends until 3 rows from neck edge. 51) sts. 6. 7) sts. with rS facing. sl st in beg ch-1. 47. 39) sts. evenly on all edges. 141⁄2. (hdc. 6. Sew button on left front opposite buttonhole. Shape neck Row 1: Work seed st patt for 9 (10. work seed st patt to end. 37. Fasten off. turn — 29 (31. Cont even in patt until piece measures 13 (131⁄2. leave rem sts unworked. turn. 28. 31. Rows 2–3: Work even in patt on 9 (10. Shape armhole: Row 1: Sl st in first 5 (5. 24): work seed st patt across. one. ch 5 for buttonhole. cool. and knotty at www. Sleeves Ch 37 (39. 20. 19. 7) sts. Rows 2–3: Ch 2. cont in est seed st patt to last st. 47. 13. turn. Rows 2–4: work seed st patt across. 11. 41. 30. 14. 49. 35) sts. 13) sts. leave rem sts unworked. 12. 44–46. Work even in est patt until sleeve measures 17 (18. Rows 2–16 (18. Rows 2–3: Work even in patt on 9 (10. *sc in next ch. 24): work seed st patt to end. Finishing Buttonband: on right front. rep from * across. turn.   Pam gillette was born and raised in Minnesota. 29. work seed st patt to last 5 (5. Shape neck: Row 1: Work seed st patt over next 9 (10. 13) sts. where a sweater is required eight months of the year. 11. hdc) in last st—37 (39. Set in sleeves and sew in place. 34) sts. 39. All sizes: Shape armholes: Row 1: Sl st in first 5 (5. and rS facing. turn. fasten off. return to last full row worked. 12. 11. *sc in next ch. Sew side and sleeve seams. new. 6. 13) sts. Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook. 12. turn. Front (make 2) Ch 27 (29. Rep Rows 2–10 zero (one. Fuchsia & Blues Jacket Kathryn martin presented by crochetme! 9 . sc2tog over first 2 sts. 21)" from beg. 45. sew fronts to back at shoulder seams. sk 3 rows. turn—25 (27. work seed st patt to end. ch 1. 12. 13) sts for first shoulder. 33. turn—35 (37. Rows 2–9: work seed st patt across. fasten off. Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook. sc) in first st. hdc in next ch.com. fasten off. 11. Block all pieces to measurements according to schematic. work seed st patt on 9 (10. 51). work seed st patt to end for second shoulder. turn. join yarn with sl st at lower right corner. 48–50)" only: Cont to work even in seed st patt until piece measures 131⁄2(14. 6. one) more time—37 (41. 37). 33. 15)" from beg. 22.knottygeneration. yarn needle. 31. 6. She thinks about crochet 24–7 and works at making her blog funky. 41. 12. 21) sts. sc in top st. fasten off. join yarn with sl st in next st. 6. Rows 2–16 (18. (sc. 18. turn—24 (26. 16. 11. sk center 11 (11. Edging: working from left to right. turn. Row 10 (inc row): Ch 2. 20. turn—13 (15. weave in all loose ends. 13) neck sts. working 2 sts in each corner. 20. with yarn.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Sizes 36–38 (40–42. 49) sts. 15)" from beg. leave rem sts unworked. turn. join yarn with sl st and work 1 row rev sc (see Glossary). 13) sts.

6 (7. tailored for a full-fashioned fit. allow 0–2" of negative ease. adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.25 mm): 22" circular (cir). 5 (7. sKIll level intermediate. 110 yd [100 m]/13⁄4 oz [50 g]. one perky sh patt rep = 2". you can wear it on its own or layered over a long-sleeve top for added warmth from the lace sleeves. 46. HooK sIze G/7 (4 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. 8. design by Katie Himmelberg Originally published in Interweave Crochet Winter 2007 FInIsHeD sIze 34 (38. 8. ): #807 Dijon (A). 10.Mélange Turtleneck BaBY alPaCa Yarn lEndS itS ComfortinGlY Soft halo to this knit and crocheted sweater. 4 rows = 11⁄2". Gauge 24 sts and 32 rnds = 4" in St st in the rnd on larger needle. waste yarn. 9) skeins. how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. neeDles Sizes 2 (2.75 mm) and 3 (3. 7. 50)" bust circumference.crochetme. 42. yARn Blue Sky alpacas mélange (100% baby alpaca. noTIons Stitch markers (m). 11) skeins and #802 pesto (B).com . fit is snug. Garment shown measures 34". yarn Kathryn martin needle.

k2tog. 32. 5)" from hem fold line. sc in next ch-3 sp. sl m (side seam m). Row 5: Ch 1. *Inc rnd: Knit to m. 143) sts on holder for back. [ch 1. Purl 1 rnd. 293) sts. 6) times as foll: (rS) K1. sk next 2 ch. Dec rnd: Knit to 2 sts before first m. dc in next dc. sk next ch-3 sp. then every 4 rows 3 (3. 141⁄2. 5) times. work 2 rnds even. 269. 6. *sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. 246. sl m. knit to next m. sk last ch-3 sp. knit to next m. work even until piece measures 14 (14. k36 (45. knit to next m. 8) sts. ch 1. 7) times. sc in next ch-3 sp. 8. sc in rem 2 dc. sc in first 2 dc. 297) sts. 15. sl m. Shape neck: (rS) K33 (35. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. k2tog. sk next ch. CO 202 (225. 110) sts rem. dc in next ch-1 sp. ssk. ch 3. 38)—198 (221. ch 1. 7. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1. rep from * around. slip m (side seam m). 74). ending with a wS row. Row 4: Ch 1. turn. 7. 213. Rep from * 7 more times (9 dec rnds worked)—166 (189. k2tog. dc in next ch-1 sp. 9. Body With A and smaller cir needle. ch 3. dc in rem 2 dc. 8) sts at beg of next rnd. sk last ch-3 sp. work as k2tog mélange Turtleneck presented by crochetme! 11 . k2tog. work one wS row even. knit to end of rnd. ch 3. ch 3. 24. k2tog. dec 1 st at each neck edge every row 4 (4. pm. 5. ch 3. sk next ch-3 sp. 7. 104. purl to end of row.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Stitch Guide Perky shells (perky sh. ch 3. 71⁄2. sl m. knit to last 3 sts. sc in next ch-3 sp. rep from * to last 2 dc. m1. *sc in next ch-3 sp. 4. sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. Work even in St st until piece measures 71⁄2 (71⁄2. sc in next ch-1 sp. sl m. turn. 249. sc in next ch-3 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in next ch. dc in next sc. sk next ch. knit to next m. k50 (56. 41) sts rem each side. working both sides separately at the same time. ch 3. 39. rep from * 8 more times (9 inc rnds worked)—202 (225. 81⁄2. knit to next m. ch 1. Removing all m except beg-of-rnd m and sideseam m. turn. dc in same sp] twice. sc in next ch. *dc in next ch-1 sp. 6. knit to next m. 237. 32. 7. 6. Switch to larger cir needle and knit 10 rnds. 6. sk next ch-3 sp. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 37. 34. pm. ch 3. 32. pm. dc in same sp] twice. place rem 94 (107. 261) sts rem. 273. ch 1. knit to next m. ssk. sl m. pm. sk last ch-3 sp. Begin working back and forth in rows as foll: Next row: (WS) BO 5 (5. 8)" ending with a wS row. 5) sts at beg of next 2 rows. 4. sc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. Row 2: (wS) Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout). ch 3. Dec 1 st each end of every other row 4 (5. [ch 1. dc in rem 2 sc. ch 1. dc in next ch. 119. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. Cont in St st until piece measures 3 (3. dc in same sp] twice. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1. turn. ch 3. ch 1. 91⁄2)" and ending wS row begin shoulder shaping. work in St st (knit every rnd) for 10 rnds. *sk next ch-3 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. m1 (see Glossary). rep from * to last 4 ch. dc in next ch. sc in next ch-3 sp. 8) times. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. being careful not to twist sts. dc in next ch. 16)" from hem fold line. when armholes measure 71⁄2 (8. sc in rem 2 ch. 32. k27 (29. *Work 2 rnds even. *K1. rep rows 2–5 for patt. 98. ch 3. ch 1. ssk. Shape shoulders: (rS) Bo 4 (4. attach new ball of yarn and BO center 18 (22. 5. sc in next ch. k1—84 (92. Shape Waist: K27 (29. dc in next ch-1 sp. 34. 51. a multiple of 10 sts + 2) Row 1: (rS) Sc in 2nd ch from hook. ch 3. 4. 297) sts. sc in rem 2 sc. *sk next 2 ch. Row 3: Ch 3. Bo 5 sts at beg of next 2 rows. 62. [ch 1. sk next ch. with live stitch on needle). sl m. knit to 2 sts before next m. 59. ssk. sc in first 2 sc. Place marker (pm) to indicate beg of rnd and join. knit to end of rnd. 91⁄2)" from hem fold line. 38). 70. 28) sts. pm for side seam. work even in St st until armholes measure 6 (61⁄2. 38). sl m. 4. 8. dc in next ch. 63). knit to side-seam m. BO 5 (5. ch 3. sk next 2 ch. ch 3. ch 3. sk next ch-3 sp. k27 (29. k27 (29. sc in next ch-1 sp. Join Co edge to working rnd to form hem by working every other stitch through both ends as foll: Next rnd: fold up hem along purl line with wS tog so the Co edge lies parallel to needles. 81⁄2. sk next 2 ch. m1. then Bo 2 sts at each neck edge 4 (5. k2tog (insert left-hand needle in 1 st from Co edge. 7) sts at beg of next 2 rows. 5. knit to end—33 (35. ch 3. 245. 37. 34. BO 7 sts at beg of next 2 rows. 39. 273. 5. 26. ssk (see Glossary). 34. turn. 131. 5. 38). m1. and at the same time. Front Shape armholes: BO 5 (5. sl m. 31⁄2. 41).

93. dc in last 4 sc. turn. sc in rem 6 sc. dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in next ch-1 sp. *sk next ch-3 sp. Row 7: Ch 3. turn. *sc in next ch-3 sp. then every 4 rows 3 (3. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. ch 3. ch 1. [ch 1. Row 12: Ch 3. turn. sk last ch-3 sp. rep from * to last dc. 5. sc in next dc. Row 8: Ch 3. ch 3. sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp. ssk. [ch 1. dc in same sc] twice. ch 3. dc in same sp] twice. sc in next ch-3 sp. dec 1 st each end every other row 4 (5. with B. sk next ch-3 sp. Row 11: Ch 6. sk next ch-3 sp. 131. 51. sk last ch-3 sp. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 6. 45. Row 9: Ch 3. ch 3. sk next 2 sc. 51. 6. Next row: (rS) Bo 5 sts. ch 3. Sleeve cap is inc’d to underarm. dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in next ch-1 sp. dc in same sp] twice. 5. ending with a wS row. ch 3. 91⁄2)". sk next ch-3 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. work to marked sts. then cuff is shaped. ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Back Place held sts on larger cir needle—94 (107. 5) sts at beg of next 2 rows. BO 5 (5. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. sk next ch-3 sp. [ch 1. 42. turn. k1—70 (81. sk next ch-3 sp. sc in next 4 dc. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 5. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 8) sts at beg of next 2 rows. sc in next ch-1 sp. *sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. turn. ch 3. 8) times. sk next ch-3 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. 4. Sleeves Note: Sleeve is worked from the top down. *dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. 52. dc in same sp] twice. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 45. BO 7 sts at beg of next 2 rows. sc in next ch-3 sp. (RS) BO 4 (4. knit to last 3 sts. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. ch 3. dc in same sc] twice. rep from * to last 4 dc. sc in next ch-3 sp. work to end. Shape shoulders and neck: Mark center 28 (39. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. 143) sts. *sc in next ch-3 sp. ch 3. 81⁄2. sk next 2 sc. ch 1. 87. dc in next ch-1 sp. 7) sts at beg of next 2 rows. dc in next 3 sc. work in perky sh patt (see Stitch Guide) for 3 rows. ch 3. ch 3. Row 6: Ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp. k2tog. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. ch 1. ch 3. turn. sc in next ch-3 sp. ch 3. Work even in St st until armholes measure 71⁄2 (8. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1. [ch 1. sk last ch-3 sp. turn (1 full rep inc’d. sk last ch-3. Row 5: Ch 3. ch 3. [ch 1. dc in next ch-1 sp. *sk next ch-3 sp. dc in same sp] twice. ch 1. sc in rem 4 dc. ch 1. BO 5 sts at beg of next row. ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp. dc in same sp] twice. 99) sts rem. dc in next sc. sc in next ch-3 sp. 52). sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. ending with a wS row. ch 1. 51) sts. sc in next ch-1 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. ch 3. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. join new ball of yarn and BO 28 (39. dc in next ch-1 sp. dc in next ch-1 sp. sleeve is worked even to cuff. sk last ch-3 sp. *sk next ch-3 sp. Shape armholes: (RS) BO 5 (5. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. ch 3. 4. Shape cap: Row 4: Ch 3. dc in rem 4 dc. ch 1. dc in next 3 dc. 7. dc in rem dc. sk last ch-3 sp. half on each side). dc in same sp] twice. sc in first 2 sc. ch 3. sc in first 2 dc. sc in next ch-3 sp. ch 3. 7. [ch 1. ch 3. sc in rem 2 dc. sc in next ch-1 sp. 4. ch 3. ch 3. sc in next 4 sc. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. ch 1. [ch 1. 9. 119. sk next ch-3 sp. sc in next ch-1 sp. sk next ch-3 sp. sc in next ch-3 sp. ch 1. *sc in next ch-3 sp. 51) sts. sc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. ch 1. mélange Turtleneck Kathryn martin presented by crochetme! 12 . ch 3. 6) times as foll: (RS) K1. Row 10: Ch 5. [ch 1. turn. sc in rem 4 sc. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1. dc in next sc. dc in rem sc. ch 32 (42.

*dc in next ch-1 sp. 31⁄2. 22. dc in next ch-1 sp. 81⁄2)" 16 (16. 122. sew sleeve seams. Row 18: Ch 3.5. sk next ch-3 sp. Colorado. dc in next ch-1 sp. [ch 1.2 cm Body 28 (311⁄2. 21. 31⁄2. sk next ch-3 sp. 9.5 (45. turn. 10) cm 16 (18. sc in rem 3 sc.5.5) cm 11⁄4". 101⁄2. 81⁄2)" 12. dc in same sp] twice. ch 3. 10) cm 31⁄2 (31⁄2. 71⁄2.5.5. each rep adds about 11⁄2". fasten off. sk next ch-3 sp. 125. dc in next ch-1 sp. dc in same sp] twice. 391⁄2. 101⁄2)" 18 (21. *dc in next ch-1 sp.5. Sew ch-7 of right side of collar overlapping the left side of collar. rep from * to last dc. She mixes knit and crochet from her home in Loveland. with B.5) cm 6 (8. Collar: with wS facing. then work rows 2–5 three more times. sc in next ch-3 sp.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me 7 (81⁄2.5 cm ch-3 sp. ch 3. sc in next ch-3 sp. 6 3⁄4 . rep from * to last 3 dc. sk next ch-3 sp. sk next ch-3 sp. ch 3. ch 3. 12. ch 1. B. ch 1. working all “ch-3” as “ch-4” except for tch. sk next ch-3 sp. using holes created by patt as buttonholes. ch 1. Note: to adjust length of sleeve. 2. sk next with yarn threaded on yarn needle. rep from * to last 3 sc.5. Row 14: Ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1.5 (51. dc in next ch-1 sp. Row 13: Ch 3. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. 16. then working rows 2–5 eleven more times. sc in next ch-1 sp.5 cm sleeve 171⁄2" 44. sk next ch-3 sp. 4)" 9 (9. ch 3. ch 3. dc in same sp] twice.5. 30. 23. ch 3.5. wet-block pieces to measurements. 81⁄2. sc in next ch-3 sp. dc in same sp] twice. 25. 21. rep from * to last 5 sc. turn.5 (30. 91⁄2. 30. 21. ch 1. starting with rows 3–5. sk next ch-3 sp. ch 1.5) cm [ch 1. sc in next ch-1 sp. 132) sts. turn. 100.5 (16. 9. Row 15: Ch 3. ch 3. sc in rem 3 dc. 26. dc in first sc.5 (95. 20. ch 3. 35. ch 3. work rows 1–5 of perky sh patt once. sc in next sc. 8. ch 3. ch 3. rep from * to last ch-3 sp. 24) cm 31⁄2 (31⁄2. ch 3. 40. Shape cuff: Cont in perky sh patt. 51. 14. [ch 1.5) cm 1". 3. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. sc in next ch-3 sp. work rows 2–5 once. ch 3. *sc in next ch-1 sp. dc in rem 3 sc. 41. ch 3. ch 3. 4)" 9 (9. 451⁄2. with yarn threaded on yarn needle. 81⁄2. 24.5.5. 125) evenly around neck opening.5 cm 71⁄2 (8. turn. sc in next ch-1 sp. sc in rem 5 sc. 115. sk next ch-3 sp. Finishing 10 (12. dc in rem 3 dc. 16)" 35. 9. sk next sc. rep from * to last 5 sc. *sc in next ch-1 sp. dc in next 2 sc. ch 3. 19.5) cm 34 (371⁄2. 104. ch 3. 491⁄2)" 86.5. ch 3. *dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in next 3 dc.5. 56. and beg at front left side of neck. 71⁄4 . then work rows 2–4 once more. 10. 90. 26. sew buttons to collar. ch 3. sew shoulder seams. dc in same sp] twice. ch 3. 1 on each side).5) cm 61⁄2" 16. 26)" 45.5. 9. [ch 1. 21. sk last ch-3 sp. sk next ch-3 sp. 110. sc in next 3 sc. 431⁄2)" 71 (79. sc 85 (95. sc in next ch-3 sp. 17. ch 1. 12)" 15 (20. *sk next ch-3 sp. 56. [ch 1. sc in next ch-3 sp. sk next ch-3 sp. [ch 1. sc in 2nd and 3rd ch from hook. Cont in perky sh patt. turn (2 full reps inc’d. 24)" 40. dc in next ch-1 sp. 351⁄2. Row 17: Ch 3. dc in next ch-1 sp. sc in next ch-3 sp.5.5 cm 18 (20. 31⁄2. ch 1. 24. ch 3. 112. ch 3. 22. dc in next ch-1 sp. ch 3. ch 3. *sc in next ch-3 sp. [ch 1. sk next ch-3 sp. dc in same sp] twice. 61) cm 61⁄2". 61. 20. 18. dc in next ch-1 sp. then ch 7—92 (102. turn. ch 3. 66) cm 61⁄4 (61⁄4 .5. 2 dc in rem sc. rep from * to last 3 sc. dc in next 2 dc. dc in next ch-1 sp. 91⁄2)" 19 (20. ch 1. dc in same sp] twice. sc in next ch-3 sp. ch 3. mélange Turtleneck presented by crochetme! 13 . ch 3. sk next 2 sc.5. 31⁄2. sc in next sc. katie HimmelBerg appreciates the strengths of crochet and knitting and enjoys projects that celebrate both. Sew in sleeves. turn. sk next ch-3 sp.5) cm 5 (61⁄2. sc in last dc. 9. 105. add or remove a rep of rows 2–5 here. ch 3. pinning out lace on sleeves and collar. Row 16: Ch 3. 115. dc in ch-1 sp. sc in next ch-3 sp.

18% angora. yarn Kathryn martin needle. 3) balls each. how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. Jacket shown measures 371⁄2". HooK sIze G/7 (4. 46)" bust circumference.Weekend Jacket design by Annette Petavy Originally published in Interweave Crochet Spring 2007 rElax thiS wEEKEnd with an easy stitch pattern and a wonderfully cozy yarn—but do it in style. 9.crochetme. 10. 20 (22. 2 (2. with waist shaping and set-in sleeves.5 mm). 8 (9. sKIll level Easy.com . 10) balls. yARn rY Classic Cashcotton dK (35% cotton. 9% cashmere. 25% polyamide. 13% viscose. 441⁄4. noTIons removable markers (m). 3. 22. #603 apple (CC1) and #615 wheat (CC2). 413⁄4. 22. zipped. FInIsHeD sIze 371⁄2 (393⁄4. Yarn distributed by westminster fibers. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. 22)" zipper to match mC. 142 yd [130 m]/13⁄4 oz [50 g]): #606 quartz (MC). GAuGe 16 sts and 111⁄2 rows = 4" in hdc-flo. Color-blocking adds visual interest and variety to the simple stitch pattern. 3.

28. 2 rows in CC2. sc in next 0 (0. Shape armholes: Row 1: Sl st in each of first 2 (5. 0. 74. draw through all 5 lps on hook. weekend Jacket Kathryn martin presented by crochetme! 15 . 0) st. 111⁄2. 32. hdc in each st to last 3 (2. 28. hdc2tog 2 times. Work even in patt until piece measures 153⁄4 (171⁄4. 6)" from beg. when shaping the armholes. 70. turn—66 (66. yo. Row 4: Sl st in each of first 1 (1. working through the flo here and throughout (see Stitch Guide and notes). 74) sts rem. 2. 5. 90. 6. 0. 1. 1. ch 78 (82. 0) st. Work even in patt until piece measures 91⁄2 (111⁄2. 2. 66. 28. 2) st(s). 92. 96). ch 1 (2. 17. 30. rep from * 2 more times—64 (68. 70. 0. sc in next st. 0). 6. 1) st. 2) st(s). work in patt to last 26 (26. insert hook in flo of next st. 72. and then cont in mC only. at the same time. 1) st. 1. 1. sc in next 1 (1. 1) st(s). 1. 84. 78) sts rem. 1) st. 1) st. and neck. work 1 row even in patt. 12 rows CC1. sc in next 1 (1. Row 5: Sl st in first 1 (0. Front Color Blocks: 12 rows mC. turn. turn—64 (64. ending with a wS row. insert hook in flo of next st. Sc flo: Sc through front loop only. 1. 3) sts. yo. ending with a wS row. hdc in each st to last 2 sts. ending with a wS row. sleeve caps. hdc in each st across. Hdc2tog flo: Yo. 0. [2 hdc in next st] 2 times. sc in next st. 111⁄2)" from beg. 111⁄2. 1. 82) sts rem. Row 2: Ch 2. hdc2tog 2 times (see Stitch Guide). sc in next st. sc in next st. shape waist as foll: when piece measures 43⁄4 (6. work a total of 4 rows in mC. yo. Shape bust: **work 24 (24. leaving rem sts unworked—68 (68. 86. 1) st(s). 32) sts. work in patt to last 28 (28. 1. 80. ch 1 (1. 68. turn—76 (80. 1. rep from ** 2 more times—76 (80. 26. 1) st. yo. 30) sts in patt. 70) sts rem. Row 1: (rS) hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. 9) sts. Row 3: Sl st in each of first 1 (1. 66.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Stitch Guide Hdc flo: hdc through front loop only. 94) sts. draw up a lp (3 lps on hook). Row 2: Sl st in each of first 2 (1. 12 rows CC1. 30) sts in patt. 1. 94) hdc. rep row 2. 5. 0. 1. 17. 34) sts. 1. 76. 2 rows in CC1. 2. 12 rows mC. 1. 6. hdc in each st to last 1 (0. ch 0 (0. hdc in each st to last 1 (1. 30. 0. hdc in each st to last 3 (6. turning chain does not count as a stitch throughout pattern. 1. Notes the entire garment is worked with stitches made through the front loop only (flo). draw up a lp (5 lps on hook). 78. work in patt to end—4 sts inc’d. 0). 0. 12 rows CC2. 72) sts rem. turn. turn—72 (70. work in patt to end—4 sts dec’d. 8) sts. sc in next 0 (0. 1). 74. 0. 84. 68) sts rem. [2 hdc in next st] 2 times. work 1 row even. *work 24 (24. sc in next 0 (0. 1) st. 1. 17)" from beg. 72. 1. work with CC2 for remainder of piece. 6. 2. 2. Back With MC. 3. 26. the stitches worked as slip stitches at the beginning of row or skipped at the end of row are counted as decreases and are not included in the stitch count at the end of the row. 0. turn—62 (64. 90. sc in next 0 (0. 1.

sc in each of next 2 sts—38 (38. Row 8: Sl st in first 1 (0. 35) sts rem. 1. 1) st. 1) st. ch 1 (2. 34) sts rem. 1) st. 5) sts. hdc in each st to last 6 (7. 6. 0. Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. 1) st(s). hdc in each st across. 0. 41) sts rem. 35. 64) sts rem. 73⁄4. 1) st. sc in each of next 2 sts. Work even in patt until piece measures 91⁄2 (111⁄2. 0. 49). fasten off. hdc in each st to last 1 (0. 1. 22. work 1 row weekend Jacket Kathryn martin presented by crochetme! 16 . hdc in each st to last 3 (4. 37. 38. 40. 1. turn—60 (62. sc in next st. 0) st. 1. 1) st. sc in each of next 1 (2. 2. hdc in each st to last 0 (1. 1. 1) st. 0. turn—33 (33. 31. turn—30 (31. hdc in each st to last 0 (0. work in patt to end—2 sts inc’d. 34) sts rem. [2 hdc in next st] 2 times. 0. 1. 40) sts rem. 7. 5) sts. 42. 0. 36. 2. 66. leaving rem st unworked—64 sts. Row 7: Sl st in first 0 (0. Row 3: Sl st in each of first 5 (5. 1) st. Shape waist: *work 20 (20. All sizes: Work even in patt until armholes measure 7 (71⁄2. ch 2 (1. turn—48 (48. turn—32 (32. ending with a wS row. 34. Row 6: Ch 2. 26) sts in patt. 37) sts rem. Row 2: Ch 2. 0. turn—34 (34. 3. 18) sts. hdc in each st to last 3 (2. 0) st. hdc in each st across. 1. Rep from * 2 more times—32 (34. 0. 48. 111⁄2. 1. 0. 2. hdc in each of next 7 sts. 0. hdc in each st to last st. 6)" from beg. 2. 0. Row 3: Sl st in each of first 1 (1. 17. Row 9: Sl st in first 0 (0. 31. sc in next 0 (0. hdc2tog 2 times. 17. 73⁄4)". 2. with MC. Shape armhole: Row 1: Sl st in each of first 2 (5. work 1 row even. turn—56 (58. 1. turn—31 (32. turn. 3) sts. 32) sts rem. sc in each of next 2 sts. Row 7: Sl st in first 0 (0. hdc in each st across. 68. 33. 58. 1. hdc in each st across. Row 2: Ch 2. 0. 34. 33. hdc in each st to last 1 (1. sc in next 0 (0. 7) sts. 5. 1. Shape bust: **work 20 (20. 1. turn—31 (31. 0) st. 1. 66. 2. 37. sc in next 0 (0. 2. 58) sts rem. 1). Shape shoulder and neck: Row 1: Sl st in each of first 2 (2. 3. ch 40 (42. 1. 1) st. 0. 0. 68) sts rem. sc in next 0 (0. 33) sts rem. 45. 1. 1. 0. 6. 36. 47. 73⁄4. 1). rep row 2 for patt. Row 4: Ch 2. 32. 4) sts. 2) st(s). hdc in each st to last 1 (0. 0. sc in next 0 (0. Cont in patt until piece measures 43⁄4 (6. 5. 2. 4. sc in each of next 2 sts. 2. 4. 2. 1) st. 2. 39. 5. 48) sts rem. 66) sts rem. ch 0 (0. turn. 1) st. Row 9: Sl st in first 0 (0. 1. sc in each of next 1 (2. 0) st. 24. Left Front work left front in color blocks (see Stitch Guide). 1). ch 1 (2. 16. 1. 62. 2. 5. 0. 26) sts in patt. 35. 1. turn—36 (35. 0. turn—31 (31. 0) st. 0. sc in each of next 2 sts. sc in next 0 (0. ending with a wS row. ch 1. 33. even in patt. hdc in each st to last 0 (1. Size 441⁄4" only: Row 10: Sl st in first st. 1) st. 62. 33. 1). 1) st. hdc in each of next 7 sts. 1. sc in next st. turn—38 (40. rep from ** 2 more times—38 (40. 1. 0. sc in each of next 2 sts. turn—60 (62. 1. ch 2 (2. 42. 0. 48. 0. turn—62 (62. 0. 0. ch 2 (2. 40. 1. 0. 17)" from beg. 64. 1) st. 1. 33. sl st in each of next 16 (16. 8) sts. 1) st. 45. Row 5: Sl st in first 1 (0. 1. 44. 3) sts. 33) sts rem. 111⁄2. 1. sc in next 1 (1. 66. hdc in each st across. sc in next 0 (0. work in patt to end—2 sts dec’d. 66) sts rem. 2.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Row 6: Sl st in first 0 (1. 1. hdc in each st across to last 0 (0. ch 2 (2. 64. sc in next 0 (0. turn—30 (31. 0. 2) st(s). sc in next 0 (0. 2. 58. 1). ch 2 (2. sc in next 0 (0. 0. 0. 22. working through the flo here and throughout. ending with a wS row. 1) st(s). sc in next 0 (0. 1) st. 1) st. 1) st. 18. 2) st(s). 47) sts. 38. 32. 1) st(s). 5. 0). 0) st. 1). 1. 0. 36) sts rem. Row 2: Sl st in each of first 4 (5. 47) hdc. 2. 1. turn—62 (62. hdc in each st across. Work even in patt until piece measures 153⁄4 (171⁄4. 39) sts rem. 111⁄2)" from beg. 1). 0. 1. 5. 24. 1. Row 8: Ch 2. 7.

sc in next 0 (0. ch 1. 1) st. ch 1 (1. 6. hdc in each st to last 1 (0. 201⁄2)" 40. 21. 0). 18) sts. 49. ending with a rS row.5. 13. 5. 2. hdc in each st to last st. 1. 17. 23. Shape neck: Row 1: (wS) Ch 2. sc in each of next 2 (2.5 (12. 51⁄2)" 12. Row 3: Sl st in each of first 2 sts. hdc in each st to end. 33.5. 4) sts. 17. 13. hdc in each st across. turn—32 sts.5. Row 5: Sl st in first st. 1. 25) sts.5 (28. 35) sts.5 cm 6 (6 ⁄2. 0) st. 17.5 cm 4 (41⁄2. 51⁄4 . hdc in each st to end. 51⁄4 . 13. hdc in each st to end. 14) cm 1". 1. sc in next st. 2. hdc in each st across—9 (9. 53. 1) st(s). 31. 1). 11. 6 3⁄4 . turn.5. 6. 7. 18)" 38 (39. 0. leaving rem st Size 441⁄4" only: Row 10: Sl st in first st.5. 12. 1. 6) sts. 231⁄2)" 48.5. 111⁄2. 9. 29) cm Size 441⁄4" only: Row 10: Ch 2. Row 7: Ch 2. sc in next 0 (0. 21) sts. hdc in each st across. 46. 37. ch 1. 7. 6. hdc in each st to last 5 (5. 19 (20. hdc in each st to last 0 (0. turn—22 (23. turn— 31 (31. 51⁄2. 1. 9) sts. 2. 6 3⁄4)" 15 (16. sc in next st. 46) cm 173⁄4" 45 cm sleeve 101⁄2 (11. leaving rem sts unworked—36 (35. 23. 43. 1) st. 2. 6 ⁄4 . 27) sts. 1. 9) sts.5 (13. 0. turn—34 (34. sc in next st. Shape armhole: Row 1: Ch 2. 17. 31. turn—28 (29. 46. 32. 2. leaving rem st unworked—32 sts. 33) sts.5. hdc in each st across.18.) cm 1 3 rigHt front 15 ⁄4 (17 ⁄4 . 3. 6. 6.5.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me 5 (51⁄4 . 34) sts. 0. All sizes: work even in patt until armhole measures 51⁄4 (53⁄4.5 (43. 111⁄2)" 26. 14. 33) sts. Row 2: Sl st in each of first 2 (1. 0. 29. hdc in each st across to last 3 (6. leaving rem st(s) unworked—33 (33. 22) sts. 51⁄2)" 10 (11. 1) st. turn—18 (19. 5. sc in next 0 (0. 40. leaving rem sts unworked—14 (14. Row 5: Ch 2. hdc in each st to end. Shape neck: Row 1: (wS) Sl st in each of first 2 (2. 40. 25. 19. 5. 18. 33. 1. ch 1. sc in each of next 1 (2. 14. 6)". 1. 1. 1. Row 4: Ch 2. turn. 21. 0. 1). 51⁄4)" 12. Row 6: Sl st in each of first 2 (2. 0) st. 2) st(s). turn. 14) cm 15 ( 151⁄2. Row 6: Sl st in first 0 (1. 2. 4. turn. 1) st. 1) st(s).5. 6. All sizes: work even in patt until armhole measures 51⁄4 (53⁄4. 9. 12. 0. Row 2: Ch 2. 36. 0. 36) sts. hdc in each st across. 0. turn—24 (25. 1) st. 0. 57. hdc in each st to last 2 sts. 1. 1. 7. 191⁄2. 25. 0) st. 221⁄2.5) cm Right Front work as for left front to armhole. 28. 4. 33. 13) sts. sc in next 1 (1. 18. ch 1 (2. 2. turn—30 (31. 33. Row 9: Ch 2. 3". 59.5. 22. 3) sts.5. 35. sc in each of next 2 sts. 0. Row 8: Sl st in first 1 (0. ending with a rS row. Row 4: Sl st in each of first 1 (1. 35. weekend Jacket presented by crochetme! 17 . Row 3: Ch 2.5) cm 5 (5. 3. hdc in each st to last 4 (4. 3) sts. hdc in each st to last 6 (7. 32) sts. 37) sts. 32.5. 34. 27. Row 7: Ch 2. 5. 1. Row 8: Sl st in each of first 5 (5. 1. sc in next 0 (0. turn—31 (32. 1. sc in next 0 (0. 12. 1) st.5. 43) cm 3 1 & Back 16 (17. sc in each of next 2 sts. 6)". 5) sts. 5. 1. 43. 34) sts.5 (51. 2. 1. 2) st(s). 0. 21. 17)" 40 (44. 0) st. hdc in each st to end. 7) sts. ch 2 (1. turn—31 (31. turn— 20 (21. turn—30 (31. 34. 1. 13. turn. 2. 39) sts. 33. hdc in each st to last st. hdc in each st to last 0 (0. 52) cm unworked—21 (22. 1) st. 22. fasten off. 17. turn—32 (32. 1. 38.6. 5. 37. 29. 16. 23) sts.

3) sts. 5) sts. 0. Inc row: work 2 hdc in each of first and last sts—2 sts inc’d. 50. 34) sts. 0. 1. 0) st. 3. 0) st. 2) sts. hdc in each st to last 2 sts. sc in each of next 2 (1. ch 0 (0. 5) sts. 1. 2. fasten off. ch 1 (0. Sizes 413⁄4 (441⁄4. turn—30 (32. Row 10: Sl st in first 1 (1. turn. turn—42 (44. 1. 34. 2) times. 1. 1) st(s). Row 6: Ch 2. sc in next st. 0. 2) st(s). Row 8: Sl st in first st. 14. 0) st. 0. size 393⁄4" only: fasten off. ch 0 (0. 1. 32. 0. 2. 22. turn—36 (38. 1). sc in each of next 2 sts—9 (9. all sizes: hdc to last 5 (6. ch 0 (0. 27) sts. Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. Row 2: Sl st in each of first 3 (4. 1. Row 6: Sl st in each of first 1 (1. ch 44 (46. sc in next st. 2. 10) times. 22. 3. 5. 2. 1) st(s). 2. 1) st(s). turn—40 (40. 2 rows in CC1. 5. 2. size 413⁄4" only: ch 1. and at the same time. 4. 46)" only: Row 13: Sl st in each of first 2 (1. sc in each of next 1 (1. 18) sts. 26. hdc in each st to last 5 sts. 1) st(s). sc in next 0 (1. 1). 4. 1. 2) st(s). 6) sts. 3) sts. 40. 23) sts. 6) sts. 30. 66. 1. 2. 4. sc in each of next 2 sts. 1. Row 3: Ch 2. 38. 4. 1. work a total of 4 rows in mC. sc in each of next 1 (1. 0) st(s). sc in each of next 1 (1. sc in each of next 2 (1. 1) st. turn. 58) sts. 1. ch 1 (0. Row 2: Sl st in each of first 4 (4. Row 8: Ch 2. 2 rows in CC2. 36) sts. 0. ch 0 (0. 25.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me sc in each of next 2 (2. 21. 1) st(s). Row 2: Ch 2. sc in each of next 2 sts. 58. 0. 1. 0. turn—42 (44. 2) st(s). 0) st. 44. 1) st(s). 30) sts. 2) sts. 34. 5. hdc in each st to last 1 (2. 0. 1. fasten off. 72. 1. 5. hdc in each st to last 5 (3. turn—34 (36. 0. 1. sc in each of next 2 sts. 9) sts. turn. hdc in each st across. rem sizes: turn—16 (22. hdc in each st to last st. 1. 25) sts. 1) st. 2. 0) st. hdc in each st across to last 2 (2. 0. 1) st(s). hdc in each st to last 3 (4. 2. 36. rep inc row every 2nd row 0 (0. Sizes 391⁄2 (413⁄4. 1) st(s). ch 0 (0. 2). 25. 1. hdc in each st to last 3 (2. Sleeves with mC. 9. 0. 0) st. 4) sts. turn—54 (56. 0). hdc in each st to last 5 (5. hdc in each st to last 3 (2. 1. sc in next st. 4. sc in next 1 (1. 0. then every 6th row 6 (6. sc in next st. 48. sizes 413⁄4 (441⁄4)" only: sc in each of next 2 sts. 3. 28. 0. 1) st(s). 44) sts. 0. 1. 19. 46)" only: Row 14: Sl st in each of first 3 (4. then every 4th row 2 (2. sc in next st. 38) sts. Row 7: Sl st in each of first 4 (5. sc in each of next 1 (2. 7. 2) st(s). 38. 1) st(s). 23. 1. 3. 48). 1). working through the flo here and throughout. 1. 1. 66) sts. sc in next st. 0. 13) sts. 9. 46) hdc. hdc in each st to last 2 (3. sc in next 1 (1. sc in each of next 2 (1. 0) st. 42) sts. sc in each of next 1 (1. hdc in each st across. 441⁄2. sc in next 0 (1. sc in each of next 2 (1. sc in next 1 (1. 1. hdc in each st to last 4 (3. 1. hdc in each st to last 7 (7. 1. Row 11: Sl st in each of first 2 (1. 0. rep row 2 for patt. sc in next 1 (1. 5. Work even in patt until piece measures 173⁄4" from beg. Row 16: Sl st in each of first 5 sts. turn—48 (48. 2. 46. 23. Row 4: Sl st in each of first 1 (2. ch 1. 10. hdc in each st across. turn—28 (30. Shape sleeve cap: Row 1: Sl st in each of first 3 sts. 64. weekend Jacket presented by crochetme! 18 . sc in each of next 12 sts—12 sts. size 46" only: ch 1. 2. 1. 1. 2) sts. 26. Fasten off. and then cont in mC only. size 371⁄2" only: fasten off. turn—22 sts. 5. Row 5: Sl st in each of first 2 (1. sc in next st. 42. 1. 26) sts. 1. 32) sts. leaving rem st(s) unworked—18 (19. 2. 52. 1. 48. 0) st. 1. Row 12: Sl st in each of first 3 (2. 1. 2) sts. 0. 4) sts. 1. 40. 27. 2. 1. Size 46" only: Row 15: Sl st in each of first 2 sts. hdc in each st to last 1 (2. 1. 40) sts. hdc in each st across to last 2 (2. 1. 1. turn—32 (34. hdc in each st to last 3 sts. 42. 1. 0) st. 1. Row 9: Sl st in first st. 1. turn—22 (26. Row 3: Sl st in each of first 3 (2. 21) sts. 1) st. 1. 0. 4. 29. 2. rem sizes: turn—18 (24. 46. hdc in each st to last 2 (2. 1. shape as foll: work 2 rows even in patt. 2. hdc in each st to last 4 (2. 0. 22) sts. 1) st(s). 0. 32. 46. 52) sts. 2. 0) st. 0. 1. 72) sts. 0) st. sc in each of next 2 (1. turn—14 (14. 48) sts. 1) st. 0) times—60 (62. size 46" only: turn —18 (18. 13. 2. 36. 2) sts. 58. 6. 30. all sizes: sc in each of next 2 ( 1. 2) st(s). 0. 2) st(s). hdc in each st across. sc in next 0 (1. 1) st(s). turn—22 (23. 36) sts. 1). turn—28 (29. 46. Row 7: Sl st in first st. 1. 21. 1. turn— 21 (22. 2. 3. turn—26 (28. Row 4: Sl st in first st. Row 5: Ch 2. sc in next 1 (1. 2. sc in next 0 (1. leaving rem st unworked—20 (21. sizes 413⁄4 (441⁄4)" only: sc in each of next 2 sts. 18. 2) st(s). turn—24 (25. 0). 1. 0. 2) sts. 0. sc in next 1 (1.

and sleeve seams. and 2 sts in each row end where ridges are farther apart. Sew sleeves into armholes. fasten off. Sew in zipper.95. France. Front edging: with CC1. work 1 row of sc down front of garment.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Finishing weave in loose ends. with rS tog. The Best of Interweave Crochet A Collection of Our Favorite Designs Marcy Smith 160 pages. work front edging on right front as for left front. working 1 st in each rowend where ridges are closer tog and 2 sts in each row end where ridges are farther apart. and beg at tip of collar on left front. pb ISBN: 978-1-59668-302-0 weekend Jacket presented by crochetme! 19 .annettepetavy. Kathryn martin hand picked for you Marcy Smith’s 20 most popular patterns Top designers of the first six years of Interweave Crochet showcase their designs and expert advice in one highly sought-after collection. com. Block lightly if necessary. rS facing. side seams. beg at bottom corner of right front. and beg at tip of collar on left front. rS facing. work 1 row of hdc around the neck. Collar: with mC and wS facing. $24. When she’s not crocheting. annette Petavy lives in Alsace. 1 st in each row end where ridges are closer tog. fasten off. work 1 row of sc down front of garment. sew shoulder seams. fasten off. with CC2. working 1 st in each st around neck. 8 ½ x 9. and working through the flo here and throughout. she’s building her website at www. work back and forth in hdc for a total of 13 rows.

7. lace trim at the cuffs and hem add a feminine touch. FInIsHeD sIze 30 (34. denim blue. HooK sIze G/6 (4 mm) 22" long flexible afghan (tunisian) hook and size E/4 (3. form-flattering cardigan. 17. 19. noTIons Yarn needle. 42.5 mm). 46)" bust circumference. this simple technique combined with full-fashion shaping creates a warm. 14 (15. 21) balls. Kathryn martin GAuGe 23 sts and 22 rows = 4" in tunisian knit stitch on larger hook. yARn Classic Elite wool Bam Boo (50% wool. 50% bamboo. buttoned. 118 yards [108 m]/13⁄4 oz [50 g]. the row gauge consists of forward pass and return pass counted as 1 row. adjust hook sizes if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Cardigan shown measures 34". 38. removable marker (m).Wool Bam Boo Cardigan design by Kristen TenDyke Originally published in Interweave Crochet.com . 1⁄2" buttons. Be sure to wash your swatch. ): #1648.crochetme. how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me ©Interweave | Not to be reprinted | All rights reserved | www. Fall 2007 tuniSian Knit StitCh creates a fabric that’s denser and less stretchy than fabric knitted with stockinette stitch. sKIll level intermediate.

work first tks in 6th st. rSdec (see Stitch Guide). do not turn work. tunisian crochet is made using a very long crochet hook. 109. work foundation fwdP and retP (see Stitch Guide) across ch—86 (98. rep from * 3 more times—86 (98. Work Row 1 fwdP and retP (see Stitch Guide) even for 2 rows. Start with a foundation ch equal to the number of sts required. 130) sts. 132) sts. pull forward the back lp. pull forward front lp. 107. rep from * 3 more times —78 (90. 12. work even in tks for 2 (3. Each row is worked in two steps —a forward pass and a return pass—without turning. Tks even until piece measures 101⁄2 (11. RetP work even—80 (92. yo.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Stitch Guide Tunisian knit (Tks) Foundation Forward Pass (FwdP): insert hook through the ridge lp on the backside of the 2nd ch. insert hook in next st. 115. yo and draw through lp. retP work even—76 (88. *insert hook in next ch. rep from * to end of row. retP work even—84 (96. Right-Slant Dec (RSdec): Sk next st. pull up a lp. lSdec (see Stitch Guide). Row 1 Forward Pass (FwdP): Pull up a lp in each stitch across as foll: Beg with 2nd st (existing lp counts as first st) *insert bet next vertical bars under horizontal strands. Row 1 Return Pass (RetP): work as for foundation retP. pull up a lp through ridge lp in each ch across (first lp counts as first st). leave lp on hook. tks to last 4 sts. yo. draw up a lp. 113. 119. leaving lp on hook. Forward Pass: Sk first vertical bars. sl st in same st. 4. draw up a lp. yo. tks to last 5 sts. do not turn work. insert hook in skipped st. Foundation Forward Pass: insert hook in 2nd ch from hook. Notes When working Tunisian knit stitch. draw through first 2 lps on hook (figure 1). 121. sl st in next st. 121. Make 1 Inc (M1): insert hook between next 2 sts. pull up a lp. turn. end with retP completed. rep row 1 fwdP and retP for patt (counts as 1 row). Work 9 rows even. leave lp on hook. insert hook in next st. 111⁄2. pull up a lp. fasten off. counts as first st of next row. Row 1. there is one lp on hook for every st. *insert hook between next vertical bars under horizontal strands (Figure 2). 121. 109. Next row: (inc row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook). there is one lp on hook for every ch. 5. 121⁄2)" from beg. do not turn the work. 132) sts. tks rem 2 sts. 122) sts. 126) sts. Left-Slant Dec (LSdec): insert hook in next st. TuNISIAN kNIT STITCh (TkS) is a variation of tunisian crochet that mimics the look of knitted stockinette stitch. 101. end with retP completed. Foundation Return Pass (RetP): Yo and pull through first lp on hook (1 ch made). do not turn. leaving lp on hook. Shape waist: Row 1 FwdP: (dec row) *tks (see Stitch Guide) in next st (2 lps on hook). 1 lp rem on hook. 103. all work is done on the RS. 132). rep from * to end of row. pull up a lp. *yo. Foundation Return Pass: Ch 1. m1 (see Stitch Guide). draw through 2 lps on hook. rep from * to end of row. m1. this lp Row 1. Back With larger hook. yo. Return Pass: rep as for foundation return Pass (Figure 3). tks in rem 2 sts. the rS is always facing. 111. ch 86 (98. yo. yo and draw through lp. leaving lp on hook. 109. ch 2. rep from * across. rep from * in each st across. rep from * until 1 lp rem. Shape armholes: Row 1 FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to 6th st from beg of row. figure 1 figure 2 figure 3 wool Bam Boo Cardigan presented by crochetme! 21 . 99. *yo. end with RetP completed. 124) sts. Picot Edge: (multiple of 3 sts) *Sl st in the next st. 5) more rows. end with RetP completed. tks to last 2 sts.

five. 121⁄2)" from beg. tks in rem 2 sts. 4. 40. 61⁄2)" from beg of shaping. retP work even—42 (48.5. Shape Armholes: Row 1 FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to 6th st from beg of row. 55. 7. 61⁄4 . Work Tks Foundation FwdP and RetP across ch—43 (49. RetP 4 (4.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me 73⁄4 (73⁄4 . 27) sts. 111⁄2)" 19 (21. end with retP completed. 50. 120) sts.5) cm Left Front With larger hook. work RetP even—40 (46. 91⁄4)" from beg of shaping. 13. two. 12 ⁄2)" 26. Row 3: tks across. 12. Tks to end. 4. seven) time(s)—37 (39.5 (19. 21. 7.5 (19. 24. 23. 8 3⁄4 .5. 14. 55. Row 11 FwdP: tks to end of row. 22. 17. 48) sts. 14. 16. 9. 13. 15) sts.5) cm 1 1 1 left front 173⁄4 (18 3⁄4 . five. five) more times —37 (40. 60) sts. 25.5. 24. 42) cm 4 3⁄4 (51⁄4 . 8. 60. 3. 83⁄4. 193⁄4 . 51. four. 5) sts. 97. tks across row. 89. 49. 101. 20. RetP 12 (14. work even in tks for two rows.5) cm sleeve 151⁄2 (16. 91⁄4)" 19.5) cm 131⁄2 (141⁄4 . ch 43 (49. 20. RetP 15 (17. 73⁄4 (73⁄4 . 16) sts. then work Row 2 zero (one. Rep Rows 2–3 zero (three. 55. 14.5 (36. two. Row 10 FwdP: tks in next 3 (3. Row 2 FwdP: tks in next 20 (22. Row 2 FwdP: (dec row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook). 44. 38) sts (includes beg lp here and throughout this section). 16. tks to end of row. work RetP for 26 (28. 11 ⁄2. 5. Row 4 FwdP: Tks in next 9 (11. retP 2 (2. 9) sts. 9. 58. Row 3: work even in tks. 66) sts. tks to last 4 sts.5) cm Beg Left Shoulder: Row 6 FwdP: work across row to last 3 (3. Rep Rows 2–3 zero (three. 8. 2. 24. 57. 6. Row 9 FwdP: Tks in next 7 (8.5. 10) sts. 31. 31⁄4 . work even in tks for 2 (3. Work 9 rows even. tks in next 28 (30. wool Bam Boo Cardigan presented by crochetme! 22 . 3) sts. 31. 61⁄2)" 12 (13. end with retP completed. work even until piece measures 101⁄2 (11. lSdec. 35) sts. 81⁄4. 91⁄4)" 18. 26. 10.5. 7. 4) sts. rep from * 3 more times—39 (45. 171⁄2)" 39. 26) sts. 101⁄2. Row 8 FwdP: tks in next 11 (13. 18. 17. 12. 42.5. Shape neck and right shoulder: Note: unworked sts will remain on hook until last row. 9. 52. 60. 29) cm 15 (17. 35. 91⁄2. 23. 30. 43. 8) sts. retP 18 (20. 66). 17. 161⁄2. RSdec. Work even until armhole measures 71⁄4 (73⁄4.5. 20) sts. 83. 161⁄2)" 34. 23)" 38 (43. Row 5 FwdP: Tks in next 5 (6. 153⁄4 . 109. 33. fasten off. Shape Neck: Row 1 FwdP: Tks to last 8 (8. 21. 3.5. fasten off. 13) sts. 15. four.5. 53. 63) sts. 55) cm 71⁄2 (81⁄2. seven) more times—74 (78. 8. 9)" 19. 18. then work Row 2 zero (one.5 (19. Shape Waist: Row 1 FwdP: (dec row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook) work rSdec. 23. 41) sts. 29. 42. end with retP completed. 44. 31⁄2. 23) cm 21⁄2 (3.5. 8 3⁄4 .5. 65) sts. 111⁄2. Back 10 ⁄2 (11. 213⁄4)" 45 (47. five.5. 8 3⁄4 . 32) sts. RetP 6 (7. 14) sts. work retP even. 4) sts. m1.5.5 (40. 38.5. 3. 10. Row 1 FwdP: 1 lp on hook (counts as st here and throughout). Row 3 FwdP: Tks in next 14 (16. 22. 23) sts. 81⁄4 . 19. 29. 30. 12. work RetP even—29 (31. 15. work first tks in 6th st. 110) sts. 50. 81⁄4 . 35. 56. 59. 32. 21. 22. 51⁄2. rep from * 3 more times—43 (49. 21. 49. 22) sts. retP work even—74 (86. 7.5. 12. 19) sts. 60. 91. Next Row FwdP: (inc row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook).5) cm Row 2 FwdP: (dec row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook).5 (28. 38. 7) sts. 54.5) cm 1". 62) sts. 48. 15.5 (7.5 cm 71⁄4 (73⁄4 . 52. 20 3⁄4 . 9. ending with retP completed. 96) sts. Row 7 FwdP: Tks in next 17 (19. 45. 54. 8 3⁄4 . 22. RetP 21 (23. 5) rows. retP 10 (12. 4. 7) sts. 5. work retP even on all sts. tks to end. five. 3 3⁄4)" 6. Row 2 FwdP: Tks 27 (29. 55) sts. 8 3⁄4 . five) more times—74 (82. 66) sts. work retP even—38 (44. Work even until armhole measures 41⁄2 (5. 21. 61) sts. 4. RetP 8 (9. rSdec. 53⁄4 . RetP work even—37 (43. 55. 5.

fasten off. work lSdec. 42. 56) sts. 55. 31) sts. 35) sts. RetP work 9 (11. m1. 31) sts. 65) sts. Row 4 FwdP: Tks 23 (25. work retP even. 4th. Row 5 FwdP: tks in next 2 (2. 19. 18) sts. 26. seven) time(s) — 37 (39. 4. Row 1 FwdP: Tks 14 (16. 17. Row 5 FwdP: tks 4 (5. six. 9. four. 10) sts. Next row FwdP: (dec row) tks to last 4 sts. 6. 21. Next row: work even in tks. 26. ch 43 (49. 21) sts. 28) sts. 14) sts. 44. 3. Shape Waist: Row 1 FwdP: (dec row) tks to last 4 sts. three) more times—18 (20. 55. RetP work even—29 (31. 121⁄2)". Row 5 FwdP: (dec) tks to last 4 sts. 9. 6. 2. 55) sts. tks to end. 3. 28. 21) sts (includes lp at beg of row here and throughout). RetP work even — 42 (48. 15. 6. rep row 5 four (four. 32. 38. retP work even. 14) sts. 54). two. 22. 6) more times. five. tks to end. end with retP completed. retP work even. 62) sts. Tks to end. tks to end. 52. tks to end. 55. retP work 2 (2. 32) sts. 60. 2. work retP even. 5. 9. work lSdec. 10) sts. 12. Row 3: work even in tks. 4th) st. 54. 41). 51. 18) sts (includes first lp on hook here and throughout). 6. 50. 52. lSdec. Shape Armholes: Row 1 FwdP: tks to last 5 sts. 16. work RetP even. 35. Next row: work even in tks. 8th) st. four. 6. Shape Sleeve: Row 1 FwdP: (inc row) tks in next st (2 lps on hook). 66) sts. 3. 60) sts. 19. Shape Shoulder: Row 1 FwdP: tks in next 12 (14. 55. work rSdec. 32. five. Row 6 FwdP and RetP: work even. work rSdec. retP work even—27 (29. tks to end. Shape Shoulder: Note: unworked sts will rem on hook until last row. work last 3 (4. 6. 3. work even for 2 (3. work RetP even. 3. work even for 2 rows. 59. Row 3 FwdP: Tks 9 (11. three) more times —18 (20. 5) rows. Work Tks Foundation FwdP and RetP across ch — 43 (49. four. 16. fasten off. 8th. Row 2 FwdP: Tks in next 9 (11. Rep Rows 2–3 zero (three. Work even until armhole measures same as back to shoulder shaping. Fasten off. 29. 60. 6. work retP even—38 (44. 111⁄2. 32) sts. tks to end. end with retP completed. Row 3 FwdP: Tks in next 6 (8. five) more times—37 (40. 15. 21. end with retP completed. 12. Row 4 FwdP: tks in next 4 (5. Right Front With larger hook. 49. 29. rep row 5 four (four. 38) sts. 54) sts. 8th. Row 5 FwdP: (dec row) tks next st (2 lps on hook). 50. 5. Next row: (dec row) tks next st (2 lps on hook). 3) sts. work tks foundation fwdP and retP across ch — 44 (44. 9. retP work even across all sts on hook. 45. 6. 61⁄2)" from beg of shaping. 3) sts. Row 4 FwdP: Tks 6 (8. work retP even. 49. 50.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Row 3 FwdP: Tks 25 (27. Work even until piece measures 101⁄2(11. 66). 50. 10). retP work even — 46 (46. RetP work 4 (5. 6) sts. 35. 6) sts. 25. Rows 2 and 3: work even. Row 6 FwdP: tks 2 (2. Fasten off. 61) sts. 12. six. 29. 4th. 22. RetP work 6 (8. RetP work even—37 (43. 12. work last two rows 3 (3. 12. Next Row: (inc row) tks to last 2 sts. 15. Row 2 FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to 3rd (3rd. 56. work RetP even. 12. tks to end. 28) sts. Row 2 FwdP: Tks 12 (14. 51⁄2. 16. Next row: work even in tks. tks to end. 3) sts. m1. 9. 48) sts. 3. retP work even—22 (24. 14) sts. Rows 3–4: Rep Row 2—23 (25. work even for 2 rows. Work even until armhole measures 41⁄2 (5. work retP even. 25. 50. work even until armhole measures same as back to shoulder shaping. 6) rows 3 more times — 39 (45. Sleeves with larger hook. tks to end. Work 9 rows even. Row 2 FwdP: (dec row) tks to last 4 sts. 66) sts. work first st in same st. 28. work RetP even. retP work 12 (14. 3. ch 44 (44. 60. 6) more times —14 (16. m1. then work Row 2 zero (one. work lSdec. Next row: work even in tks. work retP even—22 (24. 18) sts. rep last 2 rows 3 (3. 9. 3. 12. work first tks st in same st. tks across row to last 2 sts. 6) sts. 17. Work last 10 rows 3 more times — 43 (49. 54. end with retP completed. wool Bam Boo Cardigan presented by crochetme! 23 . Shape Neck: Row 1 FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to the 9th (9th.

78. James. four. magazines. 99. 86. 3 sc in corner st. RetP work even—68 (72. sc 45 (47. work rSdec. Cont in Tks across all sts working Row 1 every 5th row 12 (7. 161⁄2. 94) sts. *ch 1. four) more times — 62 (66. Picot Edge around neck sts to 3 right-front corner sts. turn—43 (43. sew sleeves into armholes. sc in next sc. 8. ch 3 (counts as dc. 22. Row 2 FwdP: (dec row) tks next st (2 lps on hook). and her two birds. turn. rep from * to last 3 sc. 70. 50. Sleeve Trim: with smaller hook and rS facing. retP work even — 14 sts. Massachusetts. kristen tendyke lives in Wakefield. 193. 95. dc in next sc. wool Bam Boo Cardigan Kathryn martin presented by crochetme! 24 . with her boyfriend. rep rows 2–3 two (two. *ch 5. 74) sts. rep from * across. attach yarn to bottom corner of right-front trim. eleven. sc in first sc. *7 sc in next ch-5 sp. work first tks st in same st. 24. Tweak and Omar. and yarn-company collections. *ch 5. sc in first ch-1 sp. turn. skip next 2 sc. turn. turn. Row 3: Ch 1. 51. Sew shoulder seams and side seams. the last at the top neck corners. work Picot Edge st to next m. weave in loose ends and wet-block. sc 87 (91. fasten off. fasten off. Next row: work 4 rep of Picot Edge (see Stitch Guide). Row 1: Ch 1 (counts as first sc). 82) sts. 51. Sew sleeve seams. sk next ch-1 sp. rep buttonhole at each marker. sc in next ch-1 sp. ch 1). Row 3: work even. sk next sc. sc around neck edge to left-front corner. work first tks in same st. 66) sts. 58) sc across. end with retP completed. 68. Work even until piece measures 151⁄2 (16. then work Row 2 only 20 (22. sk 3 sc. sc in next ch-5 sp. Her designs have appeared in books. Ch 1 (counts as first sc). sc in ch-3 sp. five) more times — 54 (60. four. ending with Picot Edge st to end. 50. 90. turn. Row 2: Ch 1. sc down left front.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Finishing Block pieces to measurements. Row 1: Ch 1 (counts as first sc) work 42 (42. 209) sts. She works for Classic Elite Yarns as a graphic designer and tech editor. join yarn with sl st to bottom corner of left front. rep from * across. 49. 3 sc in corner st. Next row FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to 5th st from beg of row. Row 6: Ch 1. 26) times. rep from * across. retP work even—66 (70. tks in next 13 sts. Rows 2–6: work as for sleeve trim. the first at the beg of trim. end with retP completed — 22 sts rem. join yarn with sl st to right edge of sleeve lower edge. Shape Cap: Row 1 FwdP: Join yarn with sl st to 6th st from beg of row. fasten off. turn. Buttonhole: Ch 4. Buttonbands and neck trim: Place markers for buttonholes on right front. rep from * across. 80. turn. rep rows 1–3 four (eleven. fasten off. 17. 59) sc. 76. ch 3. 51. her kitty. tks to last 4 sts. space rem 5 evenly bet. with smaller hook and rS facing. sk next 6 sc. 52) across left front to seam. tks to end. Body Trim: with smaller hook and rS facing. 14) times — 78 (82. 105) across back to seam. tks across to last 5 sts. 13. Jelly. dc in last sc. four. 84) sts rem. *ch 5. 52) across right front— 177 (185. sc up left front to 3 corner sts. 74. fasten off. 171⁄2)" from beg. Row 4: Ch 1. Row 5: Ch 5. 74. 66. sc up right front to corner. 49. 51. sc 45 (47. 201. sc in next sc. work lSdec. sk next sc. fasten off. dc in next sc.

increased knit loop(s) main color marker millimeter(s) pattern(s) place marker purl [] rem rep rev sc rnd(s) rS sc sk sl sl st ss sp(s) st(s) tch tog tr wS yd yo * ** () remain(s). beginning between back loop only contrasting color chain centimeter(s) continue(s). repeating reverse single crochet round(s) right side single crochet skip slip slip(ped) stitch slip stitch space(es) stitch(es) turning chain together treble crochet wrong side yard yarn over hook repeat starting point repeat all instructions between asterisks alternate measurements and/or instructions work bracketed instructions a specified number of times dec(s)(’d) decrease(s). remaining repeat. increasing.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Glossary Abbreviations beg bet blo CC ch(s) cm cont dc est fdc flo foll fsc g hdc inc(s)(’d) k lp(s) mC m mm patt(s) pm p begin(s). following foundation single crochet gram(s) half double crochet increase(s). decreasing. decreased stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 25 . continuing double crochet established foundation double crochet front loop only follows.

Single Crochet (sc) insert hook into a stitch. repeat two or three times on different areas of swatch to confirm measurements. work in pattern stitch until piece measures at least 4" (10 cm) from foundation chain. figure 1). repeat. yarn over and draw it through two loops (figure 2). Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Crochet Chain (ch) make a slipknot on hook. lay swatch on flat surface. pull up a loop. yarn over and draw it through the remaining two loops (figure 3). and draw through both loops on hook (figure 3). yarn over. figure 1). yarn over and draw it through the next two loops. yarn over and draw it through two loops (figure 2). yarn over and pull a loop through stitch (three loops on hook. *insert hook into next stitch to right (figure 1). . Place a ruler over swatch and count number of stitches across and number of rows down (including fractions of stitches and rows) in 4" (10 cm). repeat from *. yarn over and draw this loop through the first one to join. yarn over hook and draw loop through stitch and loop on hook. chain 30 to 40 stitches using recommended hook size. yarn over (figure 2). Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 double Crochet (dc) *Yarn over. repeat until gauge is correct. yarn over and draw through all 3 loops on hook (figure 2)—1 stitch decreased (figure 3). repeat from *. pull up loop (3 loops on hook). yarn over hook (figure 1) and draw it through both loops on hook (figure 2). Figure 1 Figure 2 Single Crochet two together (sc2tog) insert hook in next stitch. yarn over and pull a loop through (four loops on hook. use a smaller hook. drawing yarn through the last loop formed. Figure 1 Figure 3 Figure 2 Figure 1 Figure 3 Figure 2 stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 26 Illustrations by Gayle Ford treble Crochet (tr) *wrap yarn around hook two times. yarn over. pull up loop (2 loops on hook. insert hook into a stitch. reverse Single Crochet (rev sc) working from left to right. figure 1). if you have more stitches and rows than called for in instructions. if you have fewer. Slip Stitch Crochet (sl st) insert hook into stitch. use a larger hook.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Glossary Crochet Gauge to check gauge. insert hook in next stitch. repeat from *. insert crochet hook into an edge stitch and pull up a loop. insert hook into a stitch. yarn over and draw it through the remaining two loops (figure 3). Yarn over hook and draw it through loop of slipknot. yarn over hook and draw a loop through stitch.

Continental (long-tail) Cast-on Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 27 . Insert right needle between first two stitches on left needle (Figure 1). One knit stitch completed on right needle. Wrap the yarn around the right-needle tip counterclockwise. slip 1 kwise. Wrap yarn around right-needle tip counterclockwise. grab first strand around index finger with needle. Wrap yarn as if to knit. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Leaving a long tail (about 1⁄2 " to 1" for each stitch to be cast on). carrying the wrapped yarn with it. Drop loop off thumb and. Slip the right needle back through the stitch. Draw yarn through to complete stitch (Figure 2) and slip this new stitch to left needle as shown (Figure 3). and go back down through loop on thumb (Figure 3). then drop the worked stitch off the left needle. insert the right needle into the first stitch on the left needle from bottom of the stitch to top and from the front of the stitch to the back. make a slipknot and place on right needle. Gently tighten the yarn. drop the worked stitch of the left needle and gently tighten the yarn. aBBrEviationS Co k k1f&b k2tog kwise p p1f&b p2tog psso p2sso pwise rev st st rib sl st cast on knit knit into front and back of same st knit two stitches together knitwise purl purl into front and back of same st purl two stitches together pass slipped stitch over pass two slipped stitches over purlwise reverse stockinette stitch ribbing slip stitch (sl 1 st pwise unless otherwise indicated) slip 1 kwise. Bring needle up through loop on thumb (Figure 2). insert the right needle into the first stitch on the left needle from the top of the stitch to the bottom and from the back of the stitch to the front. tighten resulting stitch on needle (Figure 4). slip 1 kwise. Cable Cast-on Begin with a slipknot and one knitted cast-on stitch if there are no established stitches. Secure ends with your other fingers and hold palm upward. p2 sl sts tog tbl (decrease) stockinette stitch through back loop with yarn in back with yarn in front Knit Stitch (k) With yarn held to the back of the work.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Knitting Basics From casting on to binding off. One purl stitch completed on right needle. making a V of yarn (Figure 1). k2 sl sts tog tbl (decrease) slip 1 kwise. Place thumb and index finger of left hand between yarn ends so that working yarn is around index finger and tail end is around thumb. Draw the right needle back through the stitch carrying the wrapped yarn with it. placing thumb back in V configuration. Purl Stitch (p) ssk ssp st st tbl wyb wyf With yarn held to the front of the work. here are step-by-step instructions to guide you through the knitting in these special crochet + knit projects.

Repeat from * for the desired number of stitches. Turn work and bring yarn in position for next stitch. Insert right needle from back. wrapping the stitch as you do so. Hide wraps as follows: Knit stitch: On right side.how to Crochet Sweaters: 5 free Sweater Patterns from Crochet me Knitting Basics Backward-loop Cast-on *Loop working yarn and place it on needle backward so that it doesn’t unwind. and put on left needle. slip next stitch purlwise to right needle. under wrap from bottom up. making sure new stitch comes out under wrap. Repeat from *. Leave wrap if the purl stitch shows on right side. Knit lifted loop through the back (Figure 2). Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 stitch Glossary presented by crochetme! 28 . Figure 1 Figure 2 Standard Bind-off (Bo) Knit the first stitch. Knit 2 together (k2tog) Knit two stitches together as if they were a single stitch. lift strand between needles from front to back (Figure 1). Figure 1 Figure 2 Short-rows: wrapping a Stitch Purl 2 together (p2tog) Purl two stitches together as if they were a single stitch. insert left needle tip into first stitch on right needle (Figure 1) and lift this stitch up and over the second stitch (Figure 2) and off the needle (Figure 3). *knit the next stitch (2 stitches on right needle). Slip same stitch back to left needle (Figure 2). Note: Hide wraps in a knit stitch when right side of piece is worked in a knit stitch. Insert right needle from front. Bring yarn to front (Figure 1). work to just before wrapped stitch. under the wrap from bottom up. raised (m1) increases With left needle tip. and then into wrapped stitch as usual. work to just before wrapped stitch. Knit them together. Work to turn point. Purl them together. Purl stitch: On wrong side.

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