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Make Heads Turn With This Chic And Cozy Colorwork Yoke Sweater
Designed by the talented Amy Gunderson, the Colorwork Yoke Sweater is a crochet top that will look absolutely fab. This piece makes for an excellent winter wardrobe staple.
It features a gorgeous modern, graphic colorwork around the yoke, lower body, and sleeves. In fact, it’s ideal for intermediate crocheters who want to try working with stranded crochet and post stitches.
To make this sweater, you will need the Provincial Tweed yarn, which combines softness and solid structure in one yarn. This yarn is spun from a great blend of fine superwash Highland Wool and Donegal Tweed. Plus, it comes in rich colors, giving it a vibrant and rustic look.
Moreover, you will need a crochet hook size US 7. That’s 4.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.
Are you looking for excellent tips on crochet hooks? We have a great article that can guide you through choosing the right kind of hook. You can check it out here: Crochet Hooks: The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Crochet Hook.
Once finished, the bust of the sweater measures 34, 39.5, 45.25, 50.75, 56.5, and 62 inches. That’s about 86, 100, 115, 129, 143.5, and 157.5 cm if you prefer to use the metric system.
In addition, it comes with detailed written instructions and a diagram to guide you with the project. You can also check the recommended gauge to get a more accurate measurement.
For more information on crochet gauge, check out this useful article: Crochet Gauge: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Gauge Right.
So for a chilly season outfit that will make you look and feel great, craft this Colorwork Yoke Sweater. Plus, it’s a great gift idea for your loved ones.
You can download the FREE pattern for this fabulous sweater from the We Crochet website.
To get the FREE downloadable pattern, please click here: Colorwork Yoke Sweater.
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Provincial Tweed Yarn.