Crochet Sweater High Neck Pullover

Crochet Sweater High Neck Pullover

Crochet Sweater High Neck Pullover
Crochet Sweater High Neck Pullover

"Hello friends! Today we share autumn winter turtleneck warm kid’s sweater high neck pullover. This adorable and stylish design made for both boys and girls. It’s a very special gift for cute and lovely kids for winter. We love crocheting baby items in the whole of the years. All my design made for beginner and for those who want to learn and make baby things in homes to protect babies in winter. Thanks so much for all my friends who visit here and follow my designs and appreciate."

Noteswritten pattern with video tutorial

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5hdc x 4 row= 1 inch

Length top to bottom =13 inches
Sleeve length from shoulder to cuff= 10 inches

Finished Size3-4 years

Materials List

  • Sky blue color baby DK weight yarn (4ply)
  • Crochet hook size 3.00 mm
  • Crochet needle

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This is truly a beautiful sweater. I love the light blue color and the turtleneck style. Plus, it looks like it would be very warm.

I think it would be neat to add some color blocking with this kids' sweater. Maybe make a block across the middle, or make the center of the sleeves a color block. How about a solid sweater but do the ribbing in a contrast color? She's got lots and lots of kids' patterns on her blog!

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