Crochet V-neck Sweater

15 October 2020, 14:17 552

Crochet V-neck Sweater

 

 

hi everyone today I’m going to show you

how to make the elevation flitter I’ll

be making the sweater and a size extra

small the full rhythm pattern from sizes

extra small to three extra large is

available for free on my blog the link

is in the description bar you’ll need DK

8 ply yarn a full millimeter crochet

hook a darning needle and some scissors

I’m using Lyon brand’s a touch of mohair

and the color oxford grey it’s super

warm and lightweight to begin create a

slipknot

and sent your crochet hook into the loop

chain 90

we’re working the body pedals

horizontally so the length of your chain

will be the length of your sweater

we’re going to half double crochet in

each stitch to half double crochet yarn

over and insert your hook into the

second chain from the hook yarn over and

pull through

yarn over and pull through all three

loops

half double crochet in each chain until

the end of the row

you should have 89 stitches

to begin row to chain one and ten

throughout this pattern chain one does

not count as a stitch half double

crochet in each stitch until the end of

the row

to begin row three chain one and ten

half double crochet into the first

stitch

and now we’re going to back loop half

double crochet in each stitch until the

last stitch

at the end of row 3 half-double crochet

into the last stitch

to begin rough or chain one and ten

Shayne each stitch until the end of the

row

repeat rows 3 to 4 until row 32

so to begin odd numbered rows chain one

and ten half double crochet into the

first stitch and then back loop half

double crochet in each stitch until the

last stitch and then place one half

double crochet into the last stitch and

then for even numbered rows chain one

turn and half double crochet in each

stitch

at the end of row 32 fast enough

repeat these steps until you have four

panels

I recommend steaming and blocking your

panels so they’re all the same size

place two body panels side-by-side we’re

going to sew the middle of the panels

together I’ll be using a mattress stitch

so in between the panels leaving a 17

centimeter or six and a half inch gap at

the top for the front panel and then

leave a 13 centimeter or a five inch gap

at the top for the back panel you can

alter the depth of your V by sewing more

or less

to start the slaves create a slipknot

insert your hook into the loop and chain

38

to begin row one half double crochet in

the second chain from the hook

half double crochet in each chain until

the end of the row

you should have 37 stitches

to begin row to chain one and ten

half double crochet in each stitch until

the end of the row repeat Row 2 until

the end of Row 4

to begin row 5 chain 1 and 10 place 2

half double crochets into the first

stitch

half double crochet in each stitch until

the last stitch

place two half double crochets into the

last stitch

to start row six chain one and turn half

double crochet in each stitch of the row

repeat row 6 until the end of row a

repeat rows 5 to 8 until the end of row

42 start row 41 chain 1 and 10

half double crochet in each stitch until

the end of the row repeat Row 41 until

the end of row 52

to start with fifty three chain one and

ten place two half double crochets into

the first stitch

half double crochet in each stitch until

the last stitch

place two half double crochet into the

last stitch

to start row 54 chain one and turn half

double crochet in each stitch until the

end of the row repeat row 54 until the

end of row 56

repeat rows 53 to 56 until the end of

row 64

at the end of verse 64 fast enough

repeat these steps for a second sleeve

so the front and back together

and then the sleeves to the body

fold your slitter in half and sew down

the sides of the arms in the body to

finish off insert your hook along the

edge of the body secure your yarn and

pull through a loop

chain one

evenly spaced out single crochets along

the edge of the body if you have too

many single crochets your edge will

ruffle and if you have too few single

crochets your edge will pucker

at the end of the round slip stitch into

the first stitch

fast enough weave in all of your ends

you’ve finished your elevation flitter


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