Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!
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Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern

April 21, 2019

The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

This pullover sweater is a great beginner level sweater pattern. There is almost no sewing and is mostly worked as one piece! I used the extended single crochet stitch. I love how this stitch creates a solid piece of fabric, but it’s not as dense as the traditional single crochet.

Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

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Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern

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Materials
Paintbox Simply DK in Pistachio (400g for S, 500g for M/L, 600g for XL)
G/4.0 mm hook
yarn needle
scissors
stitch marker

Level
Easy -you must be very familiar with basic crochet stitches

Pattern notes & stitches to know
ch – chain
foundation sc
esc – extended single crochet (insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through one loop, yarn over, pull through 2 loops)
esc2tog – extended single crochet 2 together (insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through one loop, insert hook into next stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through one loop, yarn over, pull through all loops on hook)
sc – single crochet
sc blo – single crochet back loop only (insert hook into only the back loop and work a sc)

Approximate Finished Size
Bust: S (40”) M (44”) L (48”) XL (52”)
Width across the back: S (20”) M (22”) L (24”) XL (26”)
Length: S (22”) M (24”) L (26”) XL (28”)
Armhole: S (9.5”) M (10.5”) L (11.5”) XL (12.5”)
Sleeve length: S (9”) M (11”) L (13”) XL (15”)

Gauge: 14 esc x 14 rows = 4” x 4”

Written in US terms

ch 1 does not count as stitch

This sweater is one big rectangle (with the neck hole) folded in half. Then sleeves are added. After folding, the rows will run vertically.

WEEKENDER PULLOVER CROCHET PATTERN

Pattern written in S, M noted in ( ), L noted in [ ], XL noted in { }

Row 1: foundation sc 165 (178) [191] {204}. (165 (178) [191] {204} sc)

If you’re not using a foundation sc, you can instead ch 166 (179) [192] {205}, sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and across

Row 2: ch 1, turn, esc in each stitch across (165 (178) [191] {204})

Repeat row 2 to Row 35 (38) [41] {44} (165 (178) [191] {204})

The neckline is created in the next row (adjust the neckline to your preference by adding or taking out chs, also skip the same amount as chs)

Row 36 (39) [42] {45}: ch 1, turn, esc in 81 (87) [94] {100} stitches, ch 36 (40) [44] {48}, skip 36 (40) [44] {48} stitches, esc in remaining stitches (129 (138) [147] {156} esc)

Row 37 (40) [43] {46}: ch 1, turn, esc in each stitch and ch across (165 (178) [191] {204})

Repeat row 2 to Row 71 (77) [83] {89} (165 (178) [191] {204})

Do not fasten off.

Fold in half so the neckline is in the front.

Sew the sides closed with a sl st

Loosely sl st about 44 (48) [52] {56} stitches (or sew to the desired arm hole size)

Leave the top open for the armhole

You will have approx. 77 (82) [87] {92} sts around the sleeve – this is an approximation and ok if the number is off by a couple stitches

SLEEVES

Work around the opening for the sleeve.

The sleeve is made in turned rounds (unless otherwise stated)

I recommend placing a stitch marker at the beginning of round 1 for the sleeve

Round 1: ch 1, esc2tog, esc in each stitch around to the last 2, esc2tog, join to first stitch with sl st

Repeat round 1 to Round 18

Each round should decrease by 2 stitches

Round 19: ch 1, turn, esc in each stitch around, join to first stitch with sl st

Repeat previous round to Round 20 (26) [32] {38}

Round 21 (27) [33] {39}: ch 1, turn, (after turning, your work should be facing the outside of the sweater, if it’s not don’t turn) sc in each stitch around, join to first stitch with sl st

Do not turn for the remaining rounds

Round 22 (28) [34] {40}: ch 1, sc blo in each stitch around, join to first stitch with sl st

Repeat previous round to Round 32 (38) [44] {50}

Fasten off, weave in the ends

Join yarn to opposite bottom corner.

Repeat sewing and sleeve pattern.

Fasten off, weave in all the ends.

And you’re done with your Weekender Pullover!!

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Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern - The Weekender Pullover Crochet Pattern is a comfy, casual sweater. Perfect for weekend shopping trips and brunch!

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