Easy Pullover


What could be nicer than an Easy Pullover when it's cold outside? This crochet sweater is so soft and you'll love the turtleneck to keep your neck warm. Easy pullover sweaters are fun to wear in the winter, especially when you need layers. You can dress it up with a long necklace or scarf or you can wear it out and about on your weekend errands. It's made of bulky yarn so you'll be extra cozy all bundled up when you're outside or when you're lounging around the house.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This cute turtleneck sweater is a perfect homemade gift to give as a Christmas gift for your cold weather friends. A special gift for a special someone that would appreciate the time and effort that goes into making a handmade item such as this. This is the perfect way to keep them warm this winter.

It is so long since I made myself a pullover but now having seen this great pattern it is definitely time to make one again. I love the snuggly look of it, the neck is going to be so cozy and warm and even the color is perfect for me. Summer is coming to an end here in southern Africa so I will have a gorgeous new pullover for the winter!

Hi from South Africa! I've been crocheting for years, but only recently started learning different stitches, having always crocheted granny squares and blankets. I came across this pattern and would love to give it a try. One question I'd like to ask, though, is how would you change the neck pattern if you wanted to make this a round-neck pullover rather than a turtleneck? Many thanks.

Hi. I read over the instructions. Basically, it should be very easy to omit the turtleneck. After you do the first row marked as 'collar', try on sweater and see how big the neckline is. It should be about right to be comfortable. Then finish it with either single crochet or a simple finishing stitch. If it is too big, too wide for you, add a row or two of single crochet using a hook one size down. That will tighten it up just a little.One of the simple finishing stitches I like is a Meemo stitch. Use a hook one size smaller than used for body. Single crochet and then slip stitch into each stitch on finished body. Can do on cuffs and bottom for a nice effect.

Thanks very much for the info. I truly appreciate the help on this, and you make it sound so easy that I'm looking forward to seeing the end result! Thanks again. )

I have made this one and really like it. It turned out rather open, so I always wear at least a tank top under it. I always get compliments on it. Glad you shared it since it reminds me that I can make another in another color.

on row 47, and 49 and 51 you chain 2 for the first half double crochet then half double crochet across skipping the first half double crochet because the chain 2 at the begining of the row counts as first half double crochet. On row 48 chain 2 and yarn over insert hook in half double crochet after skiping first half double crochet because of chain 2 counting as first half double crochet, pull up loop, 3 loops on hook, yarn over go into next half double crochet pull up loop, 5 loops on hook, pull throught all loops...half double crochet decrease made....Hope this helps for more stitches and instruction go to you-tube type in crochet stitches

I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH A PATTERN INSTRUCTION IT ASK TO ROW 47(47,49,51)CH2(FIRST hdc). HDC IN EACH OF NEXT 17 (19,21,23)HDC (1820,22,24 TURN ROW48 (48,50,52)CH2 (FIRST HDC).dec 1 hdc in next 2sts.hdc in each hdc across. hdc in top of turning ch (1719,21,23 hdc). turn. Please help me with these instructions. Thank you


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