This tutorial of how to crochet a beautiful Avalon pullover open sweater is the crochet style which can be used to make a great addition to any wardrobe.
The various processes involved in this project will be the measurement stages that have to be taken properly and carefully.
First, for yarn we have one size US H-8 (5 mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge, Stitch markers (or safety pins, or scraps of contrasting yarn) and a yarn needle.
Various sizes to be engaged in this project will include small, medium, large, X-large, XX-large range of sizes. The finished measurements will be having that like the Bust, Length in centimeter measured from center back neck and any other recommended.
Special terminologies used:
The gauge could be in a single crochet, where it will need one motif across at widest point and the stitches used and their notation characters are chain (ch), double crochet (dc), half double crochet (hdc), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (slip st) and more special the Foundation single crochet(fsc).
What to measure and how to go about it ?
I will be taking you through various steps in this guide from step one right to the final step of the finishing. The body pattern stitch will grow slightly in length and width, and will block to measurements.
For the yoke, the motifs are joined to each other as work progresses. Each motif has seven arms that are crocheted and numbered counterclockwise. The diagram explains more also with help tips in this guide.
Finally, to trim the body, first trim the arm then take the whole body measurements of different rows. Using yarn needle, weave in all ends, block top, as desired.
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