Spiral Sweater by Regina Weiss
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Spiral Sweater

Crochet
February 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 3 rows = 2 inches
in Dc
6.0 mm (J)
1000 - 1800 yards (914 - 1646 m)
X-Small, Small, Medium, Large
US
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The Spiral Sweater is all about the simple, elegant details - a pretty picot trim at the cuffs, some fringe for drape and movement, and an optional set of sweet half-moon pockets compliment this round-and-round circular wrap cardigan.

The circular body of the sweater is capped by shawl collar and straight sleeves, with chain cords that thread through the stitches of the fabric for a figure-flattering wrap at the waist. Simple construction makes this project suitable for Easy level crocheters, but it also features a few fun techniques including the double chain and the linked double crochet, both offered as free tutorials on my blog (links in the pattern)!

The Spiral Sweater is written for four sizes - X-small (shown in Soft & Sleek “Brownie), Small (Not pictured), Medium (Soft & Sleek “Navy”), and Large (Rustic Romantic “Window Ivy”, below). And, as usual, lots of tutorial picture references and detailed, step by step instructions are included in the PDF!

Materials

6.00 mm hk

Yarn Bee Rustic Romantic (#4, 3.5 oz / 228 yds) – 5 (6, 7, 8) skeins
-OR-
Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek (#4, 5 oz / 257 yds) – 4 (5, 6, -) skeins (Soft & Sleek not recommended for size LG)
3 stitch markers (at least 2 locking)

Tapestry needle & Scissors
6” width cardboard or book for making fringe
Finished Measurements (Approx.):
XS: Cross Back 14”, Bust 34”, Sleeve Length 18”, Sleeve Circumference 11”
SM: Cross Back 15”, Bust 36”, Sleeve Length 19”, Sleeve Circumference 12”
MD: Cross Back 16.5”, Bust 38”, Sleeve Length 20”, Sleeve Circumference 13”
LG: Cross Back 17.5”, Bust 40”, Sleeve Length 21”, Sleeve Circumference 14”

Total Length (excluding fringe): 25” (29”, 34”, 38”)

Pattern Written in US terminology.