- Xs to 5XL
- Easy lace crochet sweater
- Imperial and metric
Materials you need at home:
- 6 mm US J - 10 hook
- Worsted weight yarn
- tapestry needle
A love letter to blooming flowers, an ode to Spring’s florals, a refreshing reminder of the brighter days ahead. The Fleur sweater is ready to peek through the surface and emerge from your hooks.
The lace works up quick and the piece is constructed from 4 rectangles with minimal shaping. This easy crochet lace sweater pattern is exactly what you need to ring in the Spring season. Snag the detailed instructions here (chart included, sizes XS to 5XL).
/PATTERN DETAILS • XS to 5XL (refer to details below) • Easy level • Made out of 4 rectangles. Only the front panel has a little shaping for the rounded neck • Works up very quickly thanks to the lace • Comes with written instructions and a chart for the flower lace pattern • Techniques used / Special stitches: Full explanations are given in the pattern. • US crochet notations
/MATERIALS • 6 mm / US J – 10 hook. • Hobbii Tweed Delight (50 g / 1.75 oz, 85% Wool, 10% Acrylic, 5% Viscose, 100 m / 109 yd) in Dusty Rose (15). You will need 7 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) skeins • Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
/SIZES The crochet sweater pattern is available in 6 hybrid sizes: XS, S, M / L, XL / 2XL, 3XL, 4XL / 5XL. Sizes are written as XS (S, M / L, XL / 2XL, 3XL, 4XL / 5XL) throughout the pattern. Pictures illustrate the M / L size. The sweater is designed with a normal fit, 2 – 4 cm / 1” to 2” ease at the bust.
Below are the final lace sweater measures for the different sizes. • XS: 75 cm / 29.75” bust, 38 cm / 14.75” upper arm • S: 91 cm / 36” bust, 38 cm / 14.75” upper arm • M / L: 106 cm / 41.75” bust, 38 cm / 14.75” upper arm • XL / 2XL: 122 cm / 47.75” bust, 45 cm / 17.75” upper arm • 3 XL: 137 cm / 54” bust, 53 cm / 21” upper arm • 4XL / 5XL: 152 cm / 60” bust, 53 cm / 21” upper arm The length for all sizes is 60 cm / 23.5”.
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