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This multi-colored crochet jacket is a real feast for the eyes; it's also a treat for the senses! Follow this crochet pattern and see for yourself. It features a belt loop to tie it closed as well as a few colored stripes at the ends of the sleeves to add some bold style to your design. 

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like this Napa belted jacket just as it is. It kind of reminds me of a bathrobe though. I see that this is piece work that needs to assembled. I have concerns about making the "right" side of the jacket because of the directions given. I do like that the post provides options to create in larger sizes

This Napa belted jacket looks very comfortable. Not too clingy and depending on if you elect to tie it closed, can be worn over a light layering of clothing. There are not pictures to show assembly but the directions are written clearly.

love it,no ruffles or fuss,was beginning to think all crochet patterns were fussy and ruffled,this looks like something you could buy because its fashinable

No ruffles, no changes. If you change the style, you might as well just use another pattern. I like the casual, sporty style and even like the colors. Great for home or out and about. I think by using different colors (black with white and ?) you could give it a dressier look if you wanted one.

I would love to do this sweater in a soft blue with a fuller front and cascading ruffles around the neck and down the front.

Definitely a nice pattern, but agree with Squirrely would make it so the shoulder and chest is covered more.

It should have a higher neckline on the shoulder and chest, but I do like the main color. I would definitely nix the yellow. Instead I'd put the white where the yellow is and go with a turquoise blue instead of the light blue. The third color I'd go with burgundy to make it more of a southwest look.

I would make it longer and in tones of purples.

I love the pattern also, but would definitely use different colors. These colors make me think of a robe...I go along with the others in making the shoulders a little higher, thus bringing the "V-neck" higher. I would probably use a black yarn and whatever complementing colors my mood might lean towards.

I would like the neckline higher on the shoulders. I would make it in brown with autumn colors for the sleeve stripes.

The most important thing I'd change would be to the neck to make it have a softer line - perhaps adding a row of shells, which would also act as buttonholes I'd also put the color section of the sleeve down by the cuff. Also, I'd probably take out the tie belt and perhaps add a few buttons.

I would make this in black with different shades of gray to accent it.

I would make this longer and use different colors. It is a lovely pattern, but I almost always have to tinker with patterns to get them to fit correctly.

It's lovely as is, but I would use a light gray for the body with white, medium gray, dark gray and black to make it more versatile for my needs. Also a tan with shades of white, cream, medium brown and dark brown would be something I would use. Also, I like sweaters and wraps to fall below the hips, so i would make mine longer.

A little higher on the shoulder please. Faux belt with a velcro closure is my preference.

the colors are lovely but everyone should use "their " colors - at 5'11'' longer is always better for me but might be too long if you are 5' 1'' - crochet is great that way - make it work for you -

I absolutely love the jacket! But, it definitely needs different colors, like something natural...beiges or cream colors.

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