219 – DIY Tutorial Crochet Sweater Top to Bottom

219 – DIY Tutorial Crochet Sweater Top to Bottom

On this page you can see an interesting way of making a sweater. You can see Step by Step instruction and video tutorial how to crochet a vest for women. Pattern is very easy to do.
This sweater is crocheted in one piece, top to bottom. No sewing or assembly needed.

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You will need:
Hook Size 4 mm 
Scissors 
Tape measure
Stitch markers
Yarn 300 g
3 balls of beige yarn.
Each ball contains 100 g, 328 yds/ 300 m
Oz 3.52 Nm 3.00

Size: M

Terminology:

st – stitch
skip – sk
Rnd – Round/Row
sl st – slip stitch
CH – Chain Stitch
SC – Single Crochet 
DC – Double Crochet
V st – DC + CH + DC in one stitch
5DCShell – 5 double crochet in one stitch

Instructions:

Pattern 1

Make 102 chains (Multiple of 4 plus 2)

Rnd 1: skip 3 chains (CH); Double Crochet (DC) in the next 11 CH; Now I’m going to make first corner (V – st. = DC+CH+DC into the same base chain). Put the stitch marker in the V st. After that make DC in the next 24 chains. Then make a corner again (second corner) just like the first corner. Put the stitch marker in the V st. After that make DC in the next 24 chains. Make the third corner. Then make DC in the next 24 chains. After that, make the fourth corner. Put the stitch marker in the V st. Make 12 DC to the end row. Total 96 DC stitches and 4 V-st. Connect with a sl st. Continue to work in a circle.

Rnd 2: 3 chains, DC to the first corner. Make V – st in the first corner. Then, make DC stitches to the second corner. Make V – st as second corner. Repeat process to the end row.
Make corners in the same way (V- sl st.)

Rows 3-16: We’ll work in the same way. 
Make 4 corners in every row (V – sl st) 
Between the corners we are doing double crochet stitches.

Connect first and second corner with 10 chains. Repeat this process with third and fourth corners.

Pattern 2 (Lace motif)

We work in around. The number of stitches must be divisible by three (Multiple of 3)
We have total 132 stitches (56 DC + 56 DC + 10 CH + 10 CH = 132 st)
If you don’t have the correct number, add one or two loops in the first row of the pattern 2.
Rnd 1: 3 chains; DC to the end row; Total 132 stitches. Connect with a sl st.
Rnd 2: CH; SC; CH 4, skip 2 st, *SC, CH 4, skip 2 st, *repeat entire row. Connect with a sl st.
Rnd 3: sl st; CH 3, DC 2 in a chain space, *CH, DC 3 in a chain space *repeat entire row; chain and connect with a sl st.
Rnd 4: CH 3, DC 2, skip chain, *DC 3, skip chain *repeat entire row. Connect with a sl st. Total 132 stitches.

Pattern 2 = Rnds 2 – 4

Rnds 5 – 40 = Repeat pattern 2

Last row (Edges): The number of stitches must be divisible by three (Multiple of 3)
3CH, 4DC in the first stitch, CH, sk 2 st, SC, CH, sk 2 st, *5DCShell, CH, sk st, SC, CH, sk 2 st, *repeat to the end row; connect with a sl st.

Edges – neck: Make one row of single crochet stitches.
Edges – armhole: CH, SC, CH, skip st, *SC, CH, skip st *repeat entire row

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