Boréal coat by Sylvie Damey

Boréal coat

Crochet
February 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in dc in the front loop (US)
6.0 mm (J)
XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL
US
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Crochet an pretty fairy/ pixie hooded coat with the beautiful Noro “Kureyon” yarns… or any similar yarn of your choice !

Now with 3 added sizes up to 4XL !! Thanks to the testers for their help & feedback.

Worked top-down in one piece, starting with hood.

Detailed instructions to make it in 8 sizes from XS to 4XL, with numerous step-by-step photos and tutorials for the special stitches.

I chose to make it stop at knee-length.. but you can go on until it’s much longer if you want (instructions included on how to lengthen it).


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TECH
MATERIALS:

  • Noro “Kureyon” yarn: approx. 19-20-23-25-27-29-31-33 balls in color 272. 101 meters / 50 grams ball
  • 6 mm (J) hook (or size needed to achieve gauge – take time to check gauge if you want a coat that fits !!) removable stitch-markers 6 leather kilt straps and buckles

SIZING: XS-S-M-L-XL-2XL-3XL-4XL
– Bust: 71/76 – 81/86 – 91/96 – 101/106 – 111/116 – 121/126

  • 131/136 – 141-146 cm /// 28/30- 32/34 – 36/38 – 40/42 – 44/46 – 48/50 – 52/54 -55½/57½ inches
  • Finished width of coat at bust level: 42½-47½-53-59-63½-69-73½ cm – 16 ½-18 ½-21-23-25-27-29 inches Please note: Sizes include ease as coat is meant to be worn as a coat over a light sweater.

GAUGE: 15 sts and 7 rows = 10 cm/4” over double crochet in front loop


Jetzt auch auf DEUTSH (nur XS - XL)
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Un manteau féerique pour réveiller l’hiver, dans les couleurs magiques de la laine japonaise autorayante “Kureyon” de Noro. Crocheté d’une pièce sans coutures, en partant de la capuche.
Tuto incluant 8 tailles de XS à 4XL, détaillé avec de nombreuses photos pas-à-pas et des tutos sur les points spéciaux utilisés. J’ai choisi de le faire s’arrêter au genou.. mais vous pouvez continuer et le faire encore plus long (expliqué dans le patron).

Le Manteau Boréal a gagné la “Guerre des mailles #1 | Crochet de la tête aux pieds”