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Boyfriend Sweater

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This warm and cozy sweater is ideal for those cold winter months when all you want to do is cuddle by the fire or read a good book. One of our intermediate crochet patterns, this pattern will keep you warm and cozy all winter long.

Boyfriend Sweater
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Intermediate

Crochet Hook: I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This sweater is manly enough, (depending on the colors and type of yarn used) for a man to wear. Are there any ways to adapt this pattern for a man?

I have a problem with the yarn requirments. I need the largest size and when I figure out how much yarn, it comes out to enough to make an afghan. Is this right? I can't imagine a sweater, even in my size needing that much yarn. Thanks in advance to anyone who helps me out!

I agree, the amount of yarn used in this pattern seems a bit much! The stitches used do take up a lot of yarn, but 70oz. for a 2x??

Too manly for a lady. I would not wear this.

Picture it in pink or purple

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Hi favii222, We are working on getting an updated link, check back soon!

But Ivy, this is not for a man. It's called the boyfriend sweater, but that's just its name, its style. It's not for your boyfriend, it's a woman's sweater.

I never thought I would try to make a sweater - but I will now as it is bulky and will layer nicely over a turtleneck & not be to confining if needed for the extreme cold and will look nice with corduroy skirt or pants depending on the yarn used - this is the time to be creative with choice of yarn...Thanks Treva G McGain for sharing the pattern!!!!

I think this is a great sweater! Hugs, Trish

I wouldn't make this garment for my hubby or a boyfriend, because there is a saying over in UK, make a garment for your current boyfriend/hubby, and it is the deathnell to any relationship! Never made anything for my hubby, apart from a tunisian blankie. Ivy Holmes, across the pond!

I realize the sweater is a bit boxy, but I will be making this sweater for our daughter as a Christmas gift. When a Mom can not be at college with her gals this is the perfect sweater that gives hugs during a rainy, snowy weekend or when they just have had a bad day! And no, the pattern was just right as far as making it interesting and just a hair challenging. Thanks.

I find the back post stitches too hard to do. The front post stitches aren't too difficult, but when I try the back posts, they catch on the yarn I don't want to grab and it's just too much of a hassle.

I would give it a try....

No, I wouldn't make it. It's too bulky and shapeless.

I think I would give it try myself. I think it's really a nice sweater. I just wished it was a lot larger size for my lot larger man. It would be nice to find men's sweaters up to size 7X. I have women's sweater patterns that go to 6X.

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