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Lacy Off the Shoulder Sweater

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Get the look of lace with this elegant off the shoulder sweater. A crochet sweater pattern like this one is perfect for you. It has three quarter length sleeves too.

Crochet Off Shoulder Sweater

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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how much yarn in yds/meters does this pattern take?

Beautiful pattern! I agree with the idea from shewolfie from Aug. 6th, 2012 to add thin shoulder straps to hold it up for more comfort. That is what I will do too. Great idea!

I agree with "themeyers" - it needs shoulders. It's so lovely but it must have shoulders as far as I'm concerned. Can we look forward to a revised free pattern?

is there any way to put a shoulder in the pattern because it looks like it will fall right down

in this pattern a section confuses me, im making the small and my foundation row i have extra stitches at the end...so i didnt do it right. what does "shell made, beginning ch counts as dc" mean? beginning ch of what?

Typically, when a pattern says "X made," it's just saying that if you followed the instructions correctly, then you automatically created whatever X may be. For this pattern, you begin working a shell in the 6th ch from hook. This means you have 5 ch sts forming a little loop at the edge of your work. If you look ahead to the end of the foundation row, you'll see that you will mirror this, by working a dc in the last ch. So, "beginning ch" refers to those 5 ch sts. This creates a dc to mirror that at the end of the row. Hope this helps!

When I get around to making this sweater I think I will put 2 thin shoulder straps on it so it doesn't fall down. Don't want to take the chance of it falling down when wearing it. It's really beautiful though, I love the pineapple pattern. xx

I don't think it will stay up. Sure looks like it will slowly slip down.

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