This sweater is sure to become your new favorite! It’s a yoke top sweater with eyelets and sideways puff for interest, and with the texture of the puff stitches, this loose-fit sweater is sure to become an often-worn staple in your closet!
Made with trebles and single crochets, the light flowiness of this DK sweater is perfect for any weather. And versatile, too! Make it with short sleeves in cotton for the spring, or long sleeves in wool for the winter! It’s a perfect fit for every season! And did I mention that it’s SEAMLESS? Yes, the perfect sweater for anybody who hates sewing as much as I do!
You will need a 5.5mm hook, and 850-1500 yards of DK yarn. I used Nob Hill’s Cat’s Eye in Angora, and it’s perfect for a crisp fall afternoon, but use cotton and wear it all spring!
I originally this sweater as a Christmas gift for my sister-in-law. But it worked up so nice and was so flowy and light that I just had to make one for myself, too! When a pattern sticks with me through multiple makes, I know it’s a keeper!
This Yoke top sweater is seamless (yeah, you know I’m all about the yoke tops!), and the puffs and eyelets keep it fun! Make it in short or long sleeves, and make the bodice length to your own preference! You will need a basic understanding of the usual crochet stitches, slip stitch, single crochet, double crochet, and treble crochet, and puff stitches.
DK yarn: I used Nob Hill’s Cats Eye in Angora (Yards: 850-1500)
Small: Fits up to 32” bust
Medium: Fits up to 36 bust
Large: Fits up to 40” bust
X-Large: Fits up to 44” bust
2XL: Fits up to 48” bust
3XL: Fits up to 52” bust
4XL: Fits up to 56” bust
5XL: Fits up to 60” bust
Gauge: 16 stitches and 8 rows is 4” square in (tr row, sc row – repeat)
As always you are welcome to reach out if you have any questions about the pattern. Once the pattern is purchased, you may sell your finished items, as long as you give credit to me as the designer. I can be found on Instagram @springintofalldesigns, and Ravelry as SpringintoFall. Also check out my blog at SpringintoFall.design.blog. I’d love to hear from you!