Blush crush

February 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
4.5 mm
5.0 mm (H)
1706 - 2843 yards (1560 - 2600 m)
UK8-10 - UK18-20
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Cosy gets an all-singing upgrade with this lace cable jumper.

Experienced crocheters will love getting their hooks into this satisfying project, which uses marled Stone Washed yarn to bring extra depth to the design. Once you’ve learnt the climbing cable panel you can use it in everything from tablecloths to scarves.

Body is constructed by joining separate pieces. Strips of Main Fabric Pattern (with neckline shaping for Front Strips) are seamed at the shoulders, then a central Climbing Cable Insert is joined to these strips with a decorative crochet seam. Neckline is finished with decreasing rounds and decorative trims. Sleeves are worked onto the armhole edges in the round and finished with similar trims. Side seams are closed using a mattress stitch technique, then final hemline rounds are added top-down.

Turning ch1 for Main Fabric does not count as st, but turning ch2 for Climbing Cable Insert does count as first tr.

Uses 2 Yarns (1 for body and 1 for ribbing/cuffs and neckline).