Shelley Pullover Crochet Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
The Shelley Pullover Crochet Pattern is a bottom up construction in the round for an easy to crochet floral stitch pattern. The yoke is separated into front and back and worked in rows to the shoulders. The sleeves are crocheted onto the open sides of the upper body yoke for a seamless join.
What you will need to make the Shelley Pullover Crochet Pattern:
- 632 (695, 764, 841, 925) yds or 578 (635.5, 698.6, 769, 845.8)m #2 sport weight yarn
- H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
36 (40, 44, 48, 52) in or 91.4 (101.6, 111.7, 121.9, 132.1)m bust measurement.
Shown in size 36 in.
14 sts / rounds = 4 in (10cm) in blocked lace pattern.
Chain (ch), slip stitch (slst), double crochet (dc), single crochet (sc), foundation double crochet (fdc), 2 double crochet cluster (2dc-cl), 2 treble crochet cluster (2tr-cl), 3 treble crochet cluster (3tr-cl) and treble crochet.
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