The Julia Sweater

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The Julia Sweater Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a crochet pattern for The Julia Sweater, part of The Books and Pens Collection.

The Julia Sweater is worked in super-bulky yarn, making it quick to work up. It features a shawl collar that is designed to fold over the shoulders in a graceful silhouette, and a double-breasted, two button front closure. It looks so sweet, lady-like, and scholarly!

All patterns written in standard US terms.

Sizes (all included in pattern):

Measured across back width:

Toddler: 9"
Child: 12"
Adult Small/Medium: 15"
Adult Medium/Large: 18"
Any super-bulky yarn (yarn suggestions included with pattern).

Skill level:
Easy (SC, DC, SL ST, chain)

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2 DC, 1 row= 1"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Measured across the back width, between the shoulders: - Toddler: 9" - Child: 12" - Adult Small/Medium: 15" - Adult Medium/Large: 18"


  • Any super bulky weight yarn (240-500 yards) - I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in San Diego Navy - Crochet hook size 9.0 mm - Tapestry needle - (2) 3/4 " decorative buttons and needle and thread to attach.

Suggested yarn:

500 yards of Bulky weight

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm Nicole. Mine are the creative hands behind Naturally Nora Crochet. Come visit the Naturally Nora Crochet blog:
My designs reflect my penchant for earthy, vintage styling. Every piece is cultivated and refined with a child I love in mind, particularly my own daughters. My little natural beauties are always refreshing my imagination.

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