Tamara Kelly is the professional designer and blogger behind Moogly, a site dedicated to connecting the crochet community through patterns, tutorials and more. She has written for publications such ...
Tamara Kelly is the professional designer and blogger behind Moogly, a site dedicated to connecting the crochet community through patterns, tutorials and more. She has written for publications such as I like Crochet and Country Woman and is a proud member of the Crochet Guild of America. Tamara's Awards include 2013 Craftsy Blogger Award for Best Tutorials, Yarn Box Top Crochet Designer of 2013 and 2013 Top Blogger on All Free Crochet Afghan Patterns.
As a mom of 2 boys, I've noticed over the years that most crocheted sweaters are designed for girls only. I wanted to design something that would really work for both boys and girls, and even when you don't know which kind of baby you're crafting for!
The Sven Sweater is crocheted top down, and each piece is joined as you go, so there's no seaming. The unique color pattern design gives this pattern an intermediate rating, and the PDF includes a link to a tutorial video which fully explains and demonstrates the technique.
Change up the colors, the buttons, the hood - this sweater lends itself to endless personalization, and is one you can make again and again.
American English and Spanish versions are included.
PLEASE NOTE: Because there is an American English version and a separate Spanish version, they are in a Zip File. To get to the patterns you need to "extract" them. You can do a search on how to extract zipped files, or if you still need more help, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your receipt, and I will email you the PDF of the version you need. Thank you!
13 stitches and 9 rows = 4 inches in hdc
440 yards of Worsted weight