Split Sleeve Tee

Split Sleeve Tee

"The Split Sleeve Tee was inspired by trendy summer tops showing the shoulder. It is made with Malabrigo Worsted yarn for beautiful subtle color changes. This is a very easy sweater that would be suitable for a beginner who knows how to chain and double crochet. Very minimal finishing makes this project work up very quickly - just stitch the sides and underarms together and a few places at the top. A schematic drawing helps with the finishing instructions. Made in two pieces."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4 V-sts = 3”; 8 rows = 4” [10 cm] in Stitch Pattern after blocking

Finished Size37" bust, extended sizes upon free download

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Little additions make any crochet project special. This split sleeve is just the thing for this one. I need another top like I need a hole in my head, but I just have to make this one for myself. Thanks for the free pattern.

Just in time for summer. I have been noticing a trend of shirts that have something going on with the sleeves. I have seen a lot of off the shoulder as well as types with split sleeves. Now I can be that much more special with a home made top with a feature that is hot for this spring/summer season of 2018.

This is a great top. It has me for so many reasons. I love the split shoulder. The pattern is very easy to follow and you can make it in almost any size you need. This is a great project for me to use to make presents for my family and friends.

I would not exactly call this a split sleeve "tee" perse, it is certainly a short sleeve sweater! I would like this for myself, and I would make it in the next size up, or even two sizes up. It totally has an 80's vibe with the split sleeve, and making it bigger/boxier it will sort of hang and drape in the perfect way. Thanks for giving us this new pattern.


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