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Librarian's Favorite Three Season Sweater

Give the gift of warmth with the Librarian's Favorite Three Season Sweater. It's light enough to be worn in spring or fall, but can also be warm enough for winter. It would be perfect for teachers and librarians to wear all throughout the school year because it fits just right and would be comfy for sitting or standing during the school day. Not only is the zig zag pattern very flattering, but the neckline also sits at just the right spot to be appropriate for any occasion. Try out this perfect three season sweater crochet pattern for a new piece of clothing to add to your closet.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, I/9 or 5.5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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Not only would your favorite librarian like this three season sweater but any women you know would no matter her profession. I like the zig zag pattern but I do not know about how flattering that is. My Mom advised to stay away from stripes and this is in the same family. I do love the neckline though. It looks great on the model.

I love the neckline on this Librarian's Favorite Three Season Sweater. The written pattern is well done and easy to follow. I love this sweater, and can't wait to crochet one and hope it comes out as nice as pictured. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet sweater pattern.

If you were to work this up using a chunky yarn and of course a bigger hook to match, I imagine you could have yourself a pretty cool looking sweater to wear in the winter time to pair over your jeans. Change it to a solid color choice to make it even easier to make.

This is a lovely sweater! Thanks for writing it all out to share. Ive been looking for crocheted chevron sweater pattern for women. I may use a cotton yarn, as I live in the south Florida and while I love the stripes, for mine, I might go solid. I love that youve nipped in the waist a bit, adding some shaping.

I adore this sweater pattern! It could definitely be worn three seasons of the year. Plus, the zigzag pattern is so flattering.

I love this pattern. I like the ripple afghan patterns is this is it in a sweater. I can't wait to start it. I like the yoke in one color and then how it goes to a stripe. It would be very versatile and quick to knit. I can't wait to get some yarn and start.

I couldn't agree more @Zeemer. The picture of the sweater out flat does not do it justice and actually looks like something one would make for a kid. However, on the model it comes to life and the lovely yoke look works beautifully. I recommend that everyone follows the link to the actual pattern page to see this sweater in all its glory.

I wanted to ignore this sweater but when I tried to check the pattern, I changed my mind. This Librarian's Favorite Three Season Sweater looks stunning when actually worn by the pretty model. It is body-hugging highlighting the model's sexy features. It uses ripple stitches in midnight blue, purple, and white. Thanks for the free pattern.


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