Make this Easy Mesh Big-T Crochet Sweater!

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This is an easy method to use to design your own sweaters.  Using this system, you can crochet a sweater in ANY SIZE…. and also you can use ANY STITCH you like!   Watch the video tutorial,below, to see how!
You could work the entire sweater in a “pebble stitch”,double crochet stitches, or single crochet stitches. So that means you can make a winter weight sweater, or something for the summer such as this open weave sweater, for people like me, who no longer feel ok showing their arms… (once age sets in, there is no keeping those youthful arms, … oh my).
So you can now become your own designer, and make sweaters in lots of colors and lots of stitches!  I hope you enjoy this lesson on sweater making!
SCROLL DOWN for the Written Pattern, Video Tutorial and Free Downloadable PDF Crochet Pattern.
1114yt crochet sweater


Worsted weight yarn

Any size yarn and any size hook

Yarn needle



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this pattern, in print, or as a digital file.  For people who would like this pattern, please refer them to this blog to get their own pattern:

  1. Adult small: Chain a cord that measures 58 inches, or reaches from wrist to wrist.

All other sizes, chain a cord that reaches across the front of the body from wrist to wrist.

  1. Double crochet in the 3rd stitch from the hook, and each stitch of the chain.
  2. Chain 3 and turn, working in the back side of the stitch only, double crochet in

each stitch across the row.

  1. Repeat step 3 until the work is as long as needed to reach from the shoulders to

underarm, (for the width of the sleeves), then continue to work only the body.

  1. Determine how many stitches are needed for the body of the sweater by

holding the work in front of the body from underarm to underarm across the chest, or use your

chest measurement.  Divide the remaining number of stitches by 2, and allocate those

stitches on each side of the body, for the arms.  See the video for a better demonstration.

Slip stitch to the underarm of the sweater, then chain 3, and work across the

front, stopping at the opposite underarm. (Working only the body section now.)

  1. Chain 3 and turn, double crochet in each stitch across the body of the sweater.
  2. Repeat step 6 until the sweater is as long as desired, fasten off.
  3. Make another identical section.
  4. Stack the 2 sections, mark an opening for pulling the sweater on over the head. (The opening

should be 22 to 24 inches, as large as needed to pull over the head.)

  1. Attach the 2 sections together with a row of single crochet stitches to form a seam, (see the

video for a more thorough explanation).  Weave all yarn ends into the finished work.



VIDEO TUTORIAL Mesh Big-T Crochet Sweater

DOWNLOAD THE pdf FOR THE Big-T Crochet Sweater

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Easy Beginner KNITTING Headband Pattern, Tutorial and PDF 1115yt

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This is an easy knitting headband pattern for those who would like to learn how to knit, or for people who are still beginners.  Great because it only uses the knit stitch, (no purl)!

Make it for guys or gals, use any size needles and any size yarn since it is knit sideways to head measurements.  You can even knit this headband with pencils if you don’t have knitting needles, and would like to try your hand at knitting!  Works up in less than 30 minutes, and uses only about 60 yards of yarn!

Scroll down for the Written Pattern, Video Tutorial and PDF Download.


Copyright © 2017, Emi Harrington (Do not give away or sell this pattern, copyright protected.)  Please respect that I have gone to great lengths to write a pattern.  The small investment you make to own the pattern will mean you that you can make it many times over, and even sell your finished items.This pattern may be printed for your personal use only. You may not in any form, reproduce, transmit, give away or distribute this pattern, including but not limited to images, diagrams and text, through any venue, including photocopying, other electrical or mechanical means, recording, or any other information storage and or retrieval system. Permission is granted to sell your finished garments. 

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WRITTEN PATTERN for the Beginner Knitting Headband:


Worsted weight yarn, worked 2 strands

Knitting needles size 00 (9 mm)  US13

Yarn needle

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  1. Working with 9 mm knitting needles and 2 strands of worsted weight yarn, cast on 10 stitches.
  2. Knit every row until the work measures 23 inches.
  3. Knit across the row, casting off each stitch after it is worked.
  4. Bring the 2 ends together, and sew the seam with a yarn needle and the same yarn.

Weave all yarn ends into the finished work.

Sew buttons on for decoration if desired.

knitting needles



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