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Nhoj's Raglan

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The yoke of this sweater is crocheted from the top-down, raglan stylethis means you can get a perfect custom fit if the man in question is handy. I've used linked double crochet to produce a smooth, masculine fabric every guy will want to grab and wear. Mixed with lots of great single crochet ribbing, and you've got a fun sweater that looks fantastic. GAUGE Note: because many of the instructions are given in inches/cm. rather than # of stitches accurate gauge is especially important. Take the time to make a swatchyou'll enjoy practicing the new stitch and the new technique of joining the ribbing as you go. Neckband: in sc (blo): 5 sts= 1 in/2.5 cm (length), 24 rows = 4 in/10cm. (width) Yoke: 14 ldc = 4 in/10cm, 10 rows = 4 in/10 cm. Body Gauge in sc (blo): 20 sts = 4 in (length), 19 rows = 4 in. (un-stretched width) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Model shown: size S Chest: 36 [38, 40, 42, 44]" Neck: 14 1/2 [15, 15 1/2 , 16, 16 1/2 ]" Length: 25, [26, 26 1/2, 27, 27 1/2 ]" Sleeve: 18[18 1/2 , 18 1/2, 19 1/2, 19 1/2]

Recommended with this pattern

  • MC: Lana Grossa New cotton (60% Cotton/40% Microfiber, 153 yards/140 meters per 50 g/? 1.76 oz.), Color - #024 5 (5, 6, 6, 6, 7) skeins required
  • CC1: Lana Grossa New cotton (60% Cotton/40% Microfiber, 153 yards/140 meters per 50 g/? 1.76 oz.), Color - #020 5 (5, 6, 6, 6, 7) skeins required
  • [Substitution: 1000 (1000, 1200, 1200, 1200, 1400 meters light worsted-weight yarn with stretch]

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I'm a writer and crochet and knitwear designer. I learned to crochet at the age of eight from my grandmother, and never stopped. I blog at "The Hook and I" (http://www.thehookandi.com) about fiber, food and life in coastal Alaska where I live with my family. I'm the former co-editor of Inside Crochet magazine, and I'm the author of The Color Book of Felted Crochet, Creative Homeowner Publishing, Inc., Knits for Bears to Wear, a book of knits for teddy bears, dolls and toys of all sorts published in 2008 by Potter Craft, and its companion book, Crochet for Bears to Wear (2010).