Crochet Interwoven sweater

Crochet Interwoven sweater

Here’s my last design of this year. In order to embrace this chilly weather, this comfy V-neck crochet pullover would be a practical crochet project.

The pattern is pretty easy so most beginner crocheters could give it a try.  Simple but still a chic design with textured interwoven post stitches and the finishing touch of ribbon on the front neck line.

crochet sweater

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Materials: ( I used )
4mm crochet hook
5mm crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn: dark brown bronze ( about 600 gr for the sample – size L / 50 gr or 125 yds per skein )
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Yarn needle
Scissors
Ribbon

If you don’t crochet, you can buy this top on my Etsy shop

Abbreviations

Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each row/ round instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc into 1st stitch for every first dc of each row/ round, so just choose your best technique 🙂

This crochet Interwoven sweater pattern fits size L ( chest size: 36 to 38 inches )

Skill level: Easy

Gauge:  7 double crochet stitches x  3 rows = approximately 2 inches ( with 5mm crochet hook and worsted weight yarn indicated)

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Sweater:

Back piece: ( work in rows )

Use 5mm crochet hook

R1: ch103, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc across, total 101 sts, turn.

R2: dc in 1st stitch, * fpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R3: dc in 1st stitch, * bpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R4: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, fpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R5: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, bpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

Repeat from (R2 to R5) alternately untill you reach R57

 

Front piece: ( make 2, work in rows )

R1: ch43, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc across, total 41 sts, turn.

R2: dc in 1st stitch, * fpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R3: dc in 1st stitch, * bpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R4: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, fpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R5: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, bpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

Repeat from (R2 to R5) alternately untill you reach R57

 

  • From the wrong side:

Seam shoulder lines with sc or sl ( 41 sts )

Seam front line with sc or sl ( 37 rows from the bottom up )

Seam side lines with sc or sl ( leave 15 rows for armholes )

 

  • From the right side:

Crochet hemline with 4mm hook.

R58: sc around, sl in 1st stitch to join.

R59 to 68: same as R58

Use a big needle, thread ribbon lace pattern on the V-neck line as you want.

 

Pockets: ( work in rows )

R1: ch25, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc across, total 23 sts, turn.

R2: dc in 1st stitch, * fpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R3: dc in 1st stitch, * bpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R4: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, fpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

R5: dc in 1st stitch, * dc in next stitch, bpdc around next stitch * repeat ** across, turn.

Repeat from (R2 to R5) alternately untill you reach R13.

Attach to the lower side of front pieces.

ribbon lace pattern

 

Sleeves: ( work in rounds )

From the right side, join yarn and insert hook into the place where you made the last stitch of seaming body line.

R1: dc around, total 60 sts, sl in 1st stitch to join.

R2: fpdc around 1st stitch, dc in next stitch, * fpdc around next stitch, dc in next stitch * repeat ** around, sl in 1st stitch to join.

R3: same as R2

R4: dc in 1st stitch, fpdc around next stitch, * dc in next stitch, fpdc around next stitch * repeat ** around,  sl in 1st stitch to join.

R5: same as R4

Repeat ( from R2 to R5 ) alternately untill you reach R37.

Change to 4mm crochet hook.

R38: sc around, sl in 1st stitch to join.

R39 to 48: same as R38.

Weave in all ends.

V neck sweater

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Happy crocheting xD

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