Point The Way Pullover
The Point The Way Pullover is a comfy, casual, loose fitting sweater that is flattering to all shapes & sizes. It’s also very easy to make! It’s constructed as one big piece with the sides seamed up at the end, using a simple stitch pattern that is very easy to memorize. Once you get it down, you won’t even need to look at the pattern! Despite the large size, this project goes very quickly because it uses bulky weight yarn. The bulky yarn also ensures that it’s still nice and cozy despite the holes between the stitches. Pattern includes plenty of photos to help you along the way.
Small: Length: 19”, Width: 31”
Medium: Length: 22”, Width: 36”
Large: Length: 25”, Width: 41”
Length is from shoulder to bottom edge. Sizes are approximate, there is a lot of stretch in both directions.
• US Size N/13 (9mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
• Yarn needle
• 2 Stitch markers
• Bulky weight yarn. Approximately 550 yards for size Small, 720 yards for size Medium, 940 yards for size Large.
Yarn used in example: Knit Picks Billow (100% Pima Cotton; 120 yards/3.5 ounces) in #33 Ash, #31 Gosling, and #29 Ice Lily
Difficultly Level: Intermediate
Stiches used: ch, sc, dc
You are welcome and encouraged to sell any items you make using this pattern! All I ask is that when selling online, please credit Julie King / Gleeful Things & provide a link to www.gleefulthings.com. You may NOT sell the pattern, share or distribute it in any form, repost it online, or alter it to claim it as your own (this includes charts & translations to other languages).
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Q: Is it possible to increase the size of this?
A: Width and length are both easy to adjust but unfortunately the neckline isn’t. I wanted to do larger sizes but I thought larger sizes needed a larger neckline and unfortunately with the way the stitch pattern works out, a larger neckline would have to be considerably larger and I think it would be way too low. :(