The materials required include yarn about 5-7 balls, crochet hook size F-5 (3.75mm), eye blunt needles (a set of 6). The stitches required here will be a single reverse crochet. That is a single crochet worked from left to right. You do this by inserting the hook into the next stitch to the right, put the hook through the loop and then draw up a loop. To make your pullover, you need to begin at the yoke by working a one piece beginning in rounds.
After which you crochet a chain for each underarm. This is how you begin work on the body of the pullover. You take about 17 rounds to complete the yoke and create a frame for the body. The second step is making the underarm chain as earlier mentioned. After concluding the first sleeve you should fasten off, but do not fasten off on the second sleeve. The third step is making the body; this will usually take about 38 rounds of crocheting. The final step is including the sleeves after which is the neck edging. The neck edging is the finishing touch, it should be woven in. If there are other rough edges, they should also be woven in.
This is your complete guide to making your crochet openwork weave.
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