Nebbia Sweater by Crystal Marin

Nebbia Sweater

March 2019
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 6 rows = 4 inches
in 10 dc x 6 rows
7.0 mm
450 - 1800 yards (411 - 1646 m)
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It’s here! My first raglan style pullover sweater and I’m so excited to introduce you to the Nebbia Sweater. Named for the Italian “fog” as the yarn I used for this one gives off that cloudy halo effect. To really maximize on this brushed yarn I used an alternating front loop/back loop double crochet which allows plenty of movement and drape to show off this stunning yarn!
This sweater works up quickly and is a great crochet project for beginners or any crocheter. As you can see here I’ve styled it without another shirt, which is great for Spring since we have cool mornings and evenings. In the winter I’ll have to add another layer too.
I’ve included lots of notes, photos and even a video tutorial demonstrating how to divide the body and sleeves. If you’ve never crocheted a top down sweater I know that can sound daunting, but it really is so easy.