Serged Dream Coat by Stephanie Pokorny
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Serged Dream Coat

Crochet
July 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in hdc
3.75 mm (F)
3000 - 3500 yards (2743 - 3200 m)
Easy Fit, Actual Body of About Bust: 36"-46" and Waist: 30"-40"
US
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INTRODUCING “THE SERGED DREAM COAT!” PATTERN

There are 32 pages of image rich, fully tested, detailed pattern instruction that will have you creating your very own dream coat and enjoying the process!

(Please note new release pricing sale has ended, I thank you for your support and cannot wait to begin to see your projects!)**

This beyond stunning garment is NOT your average crochet; writing and perfecting and testing the pattern was NINE months in the making, & over 185 hours of editing!!

Designed to mimic those work of art reclaimed sweater coats for a whimsical fairy feel! There is even a color planning image for you to plan out the unlimited color schemes you could work this in!

Sized for bust 36-46”/waist 30-40” & has 32 pages of the most complete amount of info I think you can expect to find in a pattern w/ photos galore! Tested by my pickiest tester’s, I stand behind it’s quality.

You’ll need about 3000-3500 yards of worsted weight yarn, though we found a lighter worsted was the best choice. Use whatever hook gets you proper gauge, but I’ve used an F (3.75mm).
This is a confident intermediate level pattern. The stitches are simple, nothing fancy: sc, sl st, hdc, and decreasing, but it is not a few days project either. I’ve designed a cool technique to mimic serged seams using NO SEWING. The only thing you have to sew on this is a hood seam and buttons <3

Questions? You can message me here. Between myself and my testers, I am sure we can help you!

Edited to Add: Katwise and her upcycled sweaters were a great part of the inspiration for this crocheted jacket! I was unsure if stating her name outright was the proper thing to do as I didn’t want to imply that I was affiliated with her art in anything beyond inspiration! I sadly do not sew, so do not own any of her patterns. BUT, I spoke to someone who does own one of her patterns and they made aware that in her patterns, she does state she likes her name to be stated as credit for inspirations. So, knowing that is the preference I would like to do so! Her pieced sweaters are beyond amazing! But, I am sure you already know that! Check her out here: http://katwise.com/

You can sell anything you make from the pattern, that YOU the original pattern purchaser, made with your own two hands. No contract labor or mass productions allowed. If you do sell, I would so appreciate a pattern credit! Please respect the hard work that went into this and do not share the pattern in part or whole, by any means, electronically, written, verbal or otherwise. By purchasing the pattern you agree to these terms. If you share the photo for sales opportunities, please state that it is a representation of the pattern, and not your own work, linking to this pattern <3 As this is a pdf download, there are no refunds, but you won’t want one lol, it’s too pretty! Thank you so much! Much Love and Yarn, Stephanie