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Lacy Off the Shoulder Sweater

Lacy Off the Shoulder Sweater
Lacy Off the Shoulder Sweater

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.

Intermediate

Crochet HookI/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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In my opinion you can not go wrong with this sweater. I adore the three quarter length sleeves and the design looks so very feminine. I would not have thought to pair it with a mock turtle neck but that is a great idea. I agree that a staple color would be an option but with a design like this, I would use it as a statement piece and choose a more vibrant color.

I am always looking through the All Free website to find fresh patterns to indulge myself in. While off the shoulder tops can be found in the stores, it typically is not my thing. However, my step daughter would look fabulous in this design. She has such a slim build and always dresses so nice when she comes over. I think I will make this for her in her favorite color.

LOVE this gorgeous lacy sweater! Personally I would wear it over a strappy tank top or something similar and I might make the neck so that it is just off one shoulder but those are purely my own preferences. The pattern is lovely and so striking! Fall is upon us now here in South Africa but I am making this sweater for myself now so that I will have it ready for next spring and summer.

Whoa! This off shoulder blouse is so classy. I'm gonna make this but maybe in a different color or maybe this one is okay. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.favecrafts.com/Crochet-Clothes-Patterns/ == Off-the-Shoulder-Sweater-from-Naturally-Caron

I really wish it had shoulders too! It's such a beautiful top. I'm not sure that straps would do it justice. Beautiful pattern. if only it had shoulders...

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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