Fall is the perfect time to try out new trends. The Wide Sleeve Sweater is so different and unique. It’s a chic new style that definitely deserves a second look.
With flared sleeves and a high low hemline, this sweater will really stand out. It also has a stylish color block pattern that you will love.
All of the elements of this flared sleeve top are so different and unpredictable. This sweater makes a statement without being ostentatious. If you’re feeling daring and want to try something new, consider the Wide Sleeve Sweater.
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Wide Sleeve Sweater Crochet Pattern
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner
Yarn: 6 skeins of Blue Sky Organic Cotton in Ink, 2 skeins of Blue Sky Organic Cotton in Tulip. Get this yarn and the digital pattern in the wide sleeve sweater kit we put together here.
Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle
st = stitch
ch = chain
sl = slip stitch
Hdc: half double crochet
Hdc2tog: half double crochet 2 st together, dec
Sc: single crochet
SPECIAL INFORMATION: Gauge: 8 rows of 11 st = 4”
FINISHED SIZE: Front length: 18”
Back Length: 24”
Sleeve is 21” long, 16” around the arm opening, 12” around the elbow, and 18” around the cuff
Row 1: Hdc into the 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn
Rows 2- 28: Hdc into each st across, 65 hdc.
Row 29: Place st marker in the middle st, with 32 st on each side. Hdc to st marker, ch 1, turn
Row 30: Hdc2tog in first 2 st, hdc to end.
Rows 31-38: Repeat rows 29 & 30
After the last row, reattach yarn to the other side of the work and repeat to form the v neck
Ch 65, hdc into each st across
Rows 1-47: Hdc into each st across for 65 st.
Sleeve (Make two):
Ch 50 (Ink)
Rows 1-2: Hdc across
Rows 3-8: Hdc2tog the first two and last two st, with a hdc in each st between
Rows 9-27: Hdc in each st across
Rows 28-33: Ch 1, hdc into same st. Hdc into each st across, making 2 hdc in the last st
Rows 34-45 (Tulip): Hdc in each st around
Assembly & finishing:
Line up the front and back pieces, and whip stitch shoulder together. Measure 8 inches from tip of shoulder down, and whip stitch the sides together from that point downward on both sides. Lay the sleeves in place and whip st together. Turn sleeve wrong side out and whip st down the length of the sleeve. Once all pieces are assembled, mark the seam of the front and back pieces at the shoulder, and the bottom of the v neck. Attach the yarn at the back of the neck, and hdc around, hdc3tog at each st marker. Break yarn, weave in all ends.
If you know any fashion-forward dressers, or you’re just looking to try something new, the Wide Sleeve Sweater is a perfect choice. With its unique features, such as the deep V neckline and wide sleeves, you are sure to impress everyone you run into. Make this one of a kind sweater today. Who knows what exciting adventure you’ll take on next!