Easy Crochet Material Pullover Top Free Pattern- Part 2



Easy Crochet Material Pullover Top Free Pattern- Part 2

If you missed part 1 of the Crochet Material Pullover Top you can find it here.

Difficulty

Easy

Crochet abbreviations

Ch- Chain

Dc- Double crochet

St- Stitch(s)

R- Round

Materials List

Your top you made in part 1

50g of double knit wool

Darning needle

Crochet Info

Each row will start with 1ch, which does not count as 1dc.

Crochet Border

Bottom

We’re going to be working around the opening at the bottom.

R1- Join at the bottom, right at the side, just before you the line that you sewed down.

When you insert into a space make sure that the material is strong enough and won’t pull loose.

1ch, 1dc into the same space you joined into, 4ch.

“Skip about 1.5cm, dc into the next space, 4ch” repeat from “_” all the way around the bottom piece till your first dc, ss into the first dc made at the beginning of the round. Make sure you have an even amount of ch loops.

R2- ss into the 4ch space, 1ch, 2dc into the space you ss into, 3ch, “2dc into the next 4ch space, 3ch” repeat from “_” until the last 4ch space, making sure you end with 3ch, ss into the first dc made at the beginning of the round.

R2- ss into the 3ch space, 1ch, 2dc into the space you ss into, 3ch, “2dc into the next ch space, 3ch” repeat from “_” until the last 3ch space, making sure you end with 3ch, ss into the first dc made at the beginning of the round.

Repeat R3 until you feel you have reached the length you want.

I did 4 rounds of round 2.

Last round- ss into the 3ch space, 1ch, 1dc back into the 3ch space, “(3tr, 3ch, dc into the top side of the last tr, 3tr) all into the next 3ch space, 1dc into the next 3ch space” repeat from “_” until your last 1 3ch space, (3tr, 3ch, dc into the top side of the last tr, 3tr) all into the last 3ch space, ss into the first dc made at the beginning of the round, end off.

Sides

Working up the side of the piece and around the sleeve opening.

Work the two pieces of material together.

Join at the bottom of the side.

1ch, 1dc into the same space you joined into, 4ch.

“Skip about 1.5cm, dc into the next space, 4ch” repeat from “_” up until the sleave starts, continue around the sleeve but leave the back piece of material, so that you have your sleave opening, ss first dc made at the beginning of your arm hole, end off.

Repeat it exactly the same for the other side.

Neck hole

Join into any space around the neck.

1ch, 1dc into the same space you joined into, 4ch.

“Skip about 1.5cm, dc into the next space, 4ch” repeat from “_” all the way around the neck till your first dc, ss into the first dc made at the beginning of the round, end off.

And you’re done! I hope you enjoyed making your pullover top!

 

 

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