Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
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Everygirl Crochet Sweater

October 3, 2017

This comfy, easy to make Everygirl Crochet Sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe. I used 3 Caron Cakes to make this sweater. When picking out my skeins, I made sure to find ones that had the same starting color so the stripes on the front and back out (almost) match up.

Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

I also made a child version of this sweater, The EVERYKID CROCHET SWEATER! It’s basically the same pattern as this adult sweater, just written smaller in kid sizes. The pattern is in 2T – 11/12.

Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

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Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

Everygirl Crochet Sweater

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Materials
Caron Cakes (3 for S/M/L, 4 for XL/2X/3X)
H/5.0 mm hook
yarn needle
scissors
stitch markers

Level
easy+

Pattern notes & stitches to know
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
sc blo – single crochet back loop only
dc – double crochet
sc2tog – single crochet 2 together

· written in US terms

· ch 1 does not count as sc

· ch 2 does not count as dc

· This sweater is made with 2 panels sewn together. Each panel starts at the bottom with the ribbed edging. Then the panels are sewn together across each shoulder and each side with a whip stitch.

Gauge: 12 dc x 8 rows = 4” x 4”

Sizes:
S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X – The pattern is written in these sizes consecutively. Example, when the pattern gives the end of the row count as (64, 70, 76, 82, 88, 94) 64 is for S, 70 is M, 76 is L, 82 is XL, 88 is 2X, and 94 is 3X.

This sweater is oversized with generous positive ease.

Approx Finished Size (sizes can be easily adjusted within pattern):
Bust: S (40”) M (44”) L (48”) XL (52”) 2X (56”) 3X (60”)
Length: S (19”) M (20.5”) L (22”) XL (23.5”) 2X (25”) 3X (26.5”)
Armhole Depth: S (7”) M (7.5”) L (8”) XL (8.5”) 2X (9”) 3X (9.5”)
Sleeve Length: S (17”) M (17.5”) L (18”) XL (18.5”) 2X (19”) 3X (19.5”)
Size S pictured. I’m 5’0” with 34” bust.

The full video tutorial is available below or watch on YouTube HERE

EVERYGIRL SWEATER CROCHET PATTERN

FRONT & BACK PANELS (make 2)

Ch 9 (leave a long end for sewing)

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across (8 sc)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in first stitch, sc blo in next 6, sc in last (8)

Repeat Row 2 to Row 64, 70, 76, 82, 88, 94 – or until desired width

The ribbing is the width of the sweater, easily adjust the width by adding or taking out rows.

Now you will turn and work across the long edge of the ribbed band

Row 1: ch 1, sc evenly across working 1 sc in the end of each row (64, 70, 76, 82, 88, 94 sc)

Row 2: ch 2 turn, dc in same stitch and in each stitch across (64, 70, 76, 82, 88, 94 dc)

Repeat Row 2 to Row 33, 36, 39, 42, 45, 48 (64, 70, 76, 82, 88, 94 dc)

 – or until desired length

Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.

SEWING

Lay both panels on top of each other with the long ends on opposite corners.

Using one long end and your yarn needle, whip stitch the shoulders closed leaving an opening for the neckline.

Whip stitch along the sides, leaving a (7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5”) space at the top armholes.

SLEEVES

Join yarn to the bottom of an armhole

Round 1: ch 1, sc evenly around, working 2 sc in the end of each row, join to first sc with sl st

Round 2: ch 2, turn, dc in each stitch around, join to first dc with sl st

Repeat Round 2 to Round 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32  – or until desired length

Round 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33: ch 1, turn, *sc, sc2tog* repeat from * to * around, join to first stitch with sl st

Round 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34: repeat previous round

Round 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35: ch 1, turn, sc in each stitch around, join to first sc with sl st

CUFF RIBBING (optional)

ch 9

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across, sl st to the last round of the sleeve (8 sc)

Row 2: sl st to the next stitch in the last round of the sleeve, turn, sc in first stitch, sc blo in next 6, sc in last stitch (8)

Row 3: ch 1, turn, sc in first stitch, sc blo in next 6, sc in last, sl st to next stitch in the last round of the sleeve (8)

Repeat row 2 & 3 until you work all the way around the sleeve. Sew the cuff closed with a whip stitch

Fasten off, weave in the ends.

Repeat for other sleeve.

And you’re done with your Everygirl Sweater!

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Everygirl Sweater Crochet Pattern - This comfy, easy to make sweater is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

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    1. Thank you Breann for getting back with me on ZZ Twist yarn ! Now that I finally have some time to get started with this adorable sweater, I’ve noticed the Caron Cakes yarn is for a 5mm hook . ZZ Twist is for 6mm hook .
      Should I just go ahead and use a 5mm hook like you have in the pattern for Caron Cakes, hmmmm ? Perhaps a gauge .
      Just thought you might know since you have worked with ZZ Twist .
      Once again, thank you for your time ! 😊🧶

    1. I think the XL or Plus would work? I would take something from your closet, measure it, and then compare to the sizes here. I hope that helps! I just don’t want to tell you the wrong size.

  1. I have never made a sweater before this pattern. Now I have made 2 sweaters in 2 weeks!
    Thank you, Thank You.
    I posted photos on your Pinterest site

  2. Hello!

    First, thank you for sharing this pattern! I’m really loving it so far. I do have a question about the direction for row 10 for the sleeve. What does “repeat from * to * around” mean? Do I need to continue with the decreasing stitches all the way around or make only 5 decreasing stitches? Sorry, I’m new to reading patterns so I’m not quite understanding the directions.

    1. Hi! Repeat the directions in between the first asterisk and the second asterisk. So, dc in 5 stitches, then decrease, dc in the next 5 stitches, decrease… and so on. I hope this helps! 🙂

      1. Hi Breann! I love the sweater… but I don’t know how to read the instructions! Is there a place that you recommend that could help me to understand what the instructions mean.. Thanks, Kellie

  3. Hello! Thanks for this lovely and easy pattern ♥

    Cuestion: how many yarn did you use for this? For the small size
    Thanks! xoxo

    1. I used 2 cakes that had the same starting color. I used one for each side. So the leftovers from both cakes were the same. I used one for each sleeve. I hope this makes sense!

  4. I used your everykid sweater pattern to make one for my cousin. It was so cute! People really liked it. I’m now using this one to make myself a sweater. I can’t wait to finish it! I really love how adaptable this pattern is. I just have to measure someone, and I can easily make them a sweater! Thanks so much for creating this pattern.

  5. Could you by any chance make the arms a bit bigger to go down hour arm. I have longer arms and was curious if you just have to repeat row two until desired lengthOr I guess I’m just curious how to do that or if this pattern doesn’t suggest it that then that’s fine.

  6. this is such a lovely pattern I truly wish I could wear worsted weight (4 knit) but I can only go to a dk weight for medical problems but I see you do a childs size so I might make my friends children one teach for christmas all six of them 🙂

    1. Hi! You can definitely make it with DK weight yarn and a smaller hook. Maybe a G/4.0? Just make it based on the measurements, not the number of stitches. Let me know if you want to try it and I’ll help you!! 🙂

      1. Hi Breann,
        with lockdown (week 6 of 12 week )I can’t get the yarn, I will have to see if my carer can get me some I only have one yarn shop near me and it’s closed so have to get yarn from supermarket and it only has about 5 solid colour acrylic yarn, nothing like your shops 🙁 but as soon as i have the yarn, i would love some help I know I crochet very loosely and i’m a size large 16-18 UK.
        thanks and keep safe 🙂

  7. Hello Breann
    Do you think Lion Brand ZZ Twist would work for this pullover sweater ?
    I really love the style of the pullover and really like the way ZZ Twist drapes ,so
    I’am crossing fingers in hopes it will work . 😊

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