Taylor Pullover

Nov 15, 2013
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The stitch pattern in this sideways-construction pullover creates vertical ribbing that will grow a bit with the boy. The sweater pieces are joined with a slip-stitch seam for easy finishing. Slip-stitch ribbing makes up the versatile split-neck snap placket; large snaps are stitched into one side of the ribbing and don't show through on the other side

DESIGNER Brenda K. B. Anderson

FINISHED SIZE 27 (28, 30½, 32½, 33½)" chest circumference. To be worn with 5" ease. Garment shown measures 30½" modeled with 6½" ease.

YARN Berroco Vintage DK (50% acrylic, 40% wool, 10% nylon; 288 yd [266 m]/3½ oz [100 g]): #2107 cracked pepper, 4 (4, 4, 5, 5) skeins.

HOOK Sizes F/5 (3.75 mm) and H/8 (5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS St markers (m); yarn needle; 4 (4, 4, 5, 5) large (size 10) sew-on snaps; sewing needle and matching thread.

GAUGE 20 sts and 14 rows = 4" in hdc blo ribbing with larger hook.

 

Taylor Pullover
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Sdda99 wrote
on Dec 6, 2013 5:45 PM

Handsome looking sweater. I'm anxious to make this for my grandson, but I don't 

understand " Row 1 for the back Lower body and underarm." Hdc in bottom ridge lp 

of 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. Is it possible to see this method in print?

Toni Rexroat wrote
on Jan 3, 2014 3:58 PM

When you look at your crochet chain, you will see the top two loops. These are the loops that you would inert your hook under when working into a stitch or sometiems a chain. If you turn the chain over and look at the bottom, you will see another loop that looks like a ridge. This is the loop you will insert your hook under. This method creates an edge that is easy to work into and very clean looking.

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