Isolla Sweater by Linda Skuja

Isolla Sweater

Crochet
April 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
15 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches
in dc
5.0 mm (H)
1018 - 1640 yards (931 - 1500 m)
XS/S (M/L; XL/2XL; 3XL/4XL)
US
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The Isolla Sweater was designed while self-isolating and staying home during Covid-19 pandemic. Cropped body and straight long sleeves together with an open neck makes for an easy throw it on everyday piece.

I wanted to offer a simple and repetitive style for just 1 Eur (~1.09$).

I really hope we will be able to go out at some point and the wide ballet neck will let some sun shine on your skin. (Wear it off-shoulder with high waisted jeans!)
The cropped sweater is worked top down in the rounds and is completely seamless. The best part about top down sweaters is - you can choose the length of sleeves and body as you go.

The type of the pattern is written pattern, and it is written in English using US crochet terms.
Skill level: Intermediate

Sizes XS/S (M/L; XL/2XL; 3XL/4XL) are available.
(The sweater will fit up to 60” bust with 2 in negative ease, or use worsted weight yarn to go size up for regular fit)

Finished bust: 34” (42; 50; 58) / 86 (106; 127; 147) cm

Hook: H / 5mm

Gauge: 15 sts = 9 rows = 4in/10cm in dc

Materials:
DK weight yarn
CYCA #3 Light
1018 (1236; 1433; 1640) yds /
930 (1130; 1310; 1500) m

16.4 (20; 23; 26.5) oz / 465 (565; 655; 750) gr

Length:
16.5”(19; 20; 21) / 42 (49; 51; 52)cm
with instructions to make longer/shorter
(if you choose to change the length of body or sleeves the amount of materials will change along)

Abbreviations:
Ch (chain);
Sl st (slip stitch);
Fsc (foundation single crochet);
Sc (single crochet);
Dc (double crochet);
BPdc (Back Post double crochet).

Notions: Yarn needle, 4 diferent stitch markers.

Skills:
Experience with making top-down garments;
Experience with working post stitches.

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