Feel like crocheting an easy sweater that fits? The Plain Jane Pullover is the crochet pattern for you!
A drop-shoulder sweater is about the easiest sweater shape to crochet. It’s just two rectangles for the body and two trapezoids for the sleeves, with a little bit of neck shaping thrown in. What better way to practice crocheting your first sweater?
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The simple shaping lends itself to customization. Try stripes or color blocks. Add surface embellishment. Customize your sweater to make it a perfect fit for your body.
A dk-weight yarn creates a not-too-heavy sweater for comfortable wear.
Valley Yarns Worthington comes in a wonderful array of soft, rustic tweeds. It is a blend of 50% wool/ 25% alpaca/ 25% viscose and comes in 50 gram balls of 174 yards [159 meters] each.
I used color Marine Blue for the larger sweater (shown below) and color Artic for the smaller sweater (shown above).
The Crochet Pattern
The Plain Jane Pullover crochet pattern uses American crochet terminology. You’ll be using simple double crochet and single crochet. The pattern includes video tutorials for special techniques like decreases and single crochet into the back loop only. It is suitable for adventurous beginning crocheters.
The pattern has been tech edited and test crocheted for accuracy. It is sized to fit bust/hip size 30 – 62″ [76 – 157.5 cm], with approximately 6-10″ [15-25 cm] of ease.
Tips are included for customizing the sweater to fit an individual body.
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Looking for even more help? Join me for my upcoming virtual class with WEBS: Crochet III-Crochet A Sweater. I’ll be sharing tips and tricks for choosing the right hook size, making a swatch, deciding what size to make and what adaptations you’ll need to fit your body. Class starts September 19.