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ChristineGuest on craftsy.com
Attleboro, Massachusetts

Christine Guest has been designing knit and crochet items since high school, with long breaks due to carpal tunnel syndrome. She studied chemistry and mathematics at Houghton College, then married ...

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Attleboro Sweater

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Attleboro Sweater
Attleboro Sweater
Attleboro Sweater

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Foundation Single Crochet,
  • Front Loop Only
  • Decreasing
  • Shell Stitch
  • Using Markers
  • Working in rows and rounds
  • X stitch

Pattern Description:

When I was a High School Student in the 1980?s, I wanted to make a cozy sweater that took the best of current fashion, and something a princess would wear while fighting along side Robin Hood.

Thankfully, what I got was this sweater.

Despite the lacy top, this sweater is heavy and warm. The neck is wide enough for a turtleneck or shirt collar. It made walking to class considerably warmer when I was a student at Houghton, in upstate NY, where it snows uphill both ways. If Robin Hood had needed me, I would have been practically dressed, and cute.


15 st x 16 rows = 4"X4"/10cm x10xm in sc using US H8, 5mm hook or size required to obtain gauge

17 st x 20 rows = 4"x4"/10cmx10cm using US G7, 4mm hook, or size required to obtain gauge

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit bust size 28, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48 inches, 71, 81, 91.5, 101.5, 122 cm plus 4 inches 10 cm ease.


  • 7-13 balls MC Quince and Co Lark
  • 2-3 balls CC Quince and Co Lark
  • US G7, 4mm hook
  • US H8, 5mm hook

You Will Also Need:

  • Two buttons 1", 2.5 cm
  • 2 stitch markers
  • Tapestry Needle

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