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Little Crochet Jacket

By: Gayle Bunn for favecrafts.com

Variegated yarn really makes this little crochet jacket pop! With youthful styling and cute accents, this is a great pattern for new and experienced crocheters.

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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After completing the jacket, before sewing any seems, I find that the sleeves do not fit the jacket. They are too small and out of proportion. What am I doing wrong?

i am not leaving a comment about the jacket i am trying to get across to you all in America that us poor Brits can not get any free bees here as the places you put on each item has NOT got England or U.K. so we can have a chance to get free things or win wool or what ever is going .

What is Moda Dia yarn and where can it be purchased?

Thanks for your message. Any worsted weight yarn can be used for this free crochet pattern. I hope this helps! -editors of AllFreeCrochet

I read all the comments, but still do now know how many to chain for the body pattern. I did what the one person said to do, but it does not work. Can anyone help me please?

it says Back: With larger hook, ch 69 (75, 81, 87). This is the actual start of the project. Choose whichever size that suits you. After you've done this then only you start the body pattern foundation row. Hope that helps. :)

Sorry to be on again, but do you think it would work if i used smaller needles to get a childs size 8-10 sweater. please email me at Figlady@msn.com thank you so much, as i have a granddaughter who asked for a sweater similar to this pattern....thanks agaom

Love it! But can I get a vertical pattern? Vertical, I have heard, is more comfortable to wear and just a bit more slim looking.

Hi I am trying to crochet this beautiful jacket, but I think the start part is missing??? Or maybe I am not reading the pattern right, please help! Thanks Yolanda

Yes, i think the beginning part of the body pattern is missing--how many to chain in the beginning. Does anyone know?

Up above on this page under photo of jacket, the word pattern appears in green. Click on this and it will send you to the full pattern, with the beginning chain. It took me a few minutes to find it.

cute...I have not crocheted for awhile, but may try this one...pretty!

Cute, cute, cute. I love this pattern. I am not a super patient person, but i made this one easy.

How many chains did you start with at the beginning for the body part?

How many chains did you start with at the beginning for the body part?

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