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The number of rows worked for the collar should be exactly double the number of rows worked for the body rectangle. If you made any adjustments to number of rows in your rectangle, take those into account with your collar. So if you worked five extra rows in the rectangle, you collar will need 10 extra rows. Sk first 3 ch counts as 1 dc , dc in each ch to end of row; turn. Ch 3 counts as 1 dc , sk first dc, dcblo in each dc, dc in tch; turn.
With a doubled strand of AC and a tapestry needle, seam the foundation row and the last row of the collar together using the mattress stitch. Take care not to twist the collar.
To Seam Collar onto Shrug: With RS of shrug facing you, position collar seam at back of neck. Use stitch markers or safety pins to pin collar to shrug, aligning one ch1sp in the shrug with one row of the collar.
With a doubled strand of MC and a tapestry needle, seam the shrug and collar together using the mattress stitch. Avoid joining extremely tightly so that seam is able to accommodate a small amount of stretch when the sweater is worn. Urban Gypsy Boho Bag free crochet pattern 2. Coachella Boots with Flip Flop Soles free crochet pattern 3. Be a Deer free crochet afghan pattern. Get exclusive free crochet patterns, DIY inspiration and project templates that'll knock your handmade socks off!
Haha, thank you, Jess! What a nice note! My entire wedding was proof of that! Thank you so much for your inspiring and easy to follow patterns. Makes this 70 year old lady want to crochet more. Oh, Sandy, I just love hearing that! For the notes on how to adjust the width. It says that the width should reach your elbows. Does that mean if my arms are stretched out and two both elbows? I think customizing it should be pretty straightforward actually.
I think those notes could help you! Lion Brand offers the Jeans yarn on their website , which is a great place to get it from and the shipping is quite fast. I love this pattern so much. I have a question on the ribbed Collar. Do you fold it in half and sew it together? Thanks for the help I really want to make this. Hi did you use an I 5. It should be an I 5. Thank you very much for all your awesome patterns!
Hello from Colorado, USA! Thanks so much for your kind words. Thanks for pointing that out! I have always wanted a shrug with actual sleeves so I was very excited to see your pattern! My I hooks are 5.
Which should I use? Thanks so much for pointing it out. It should say 5. I hope you enjoy making your shrug! This shrug sweater is just what I have been looking for. I can hardly wait for the yarn I ordered to come in the mail so I can get started and be finished before fall comes. Quilts have been kind of been put onto the back burner right now. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us. I just love getting yarn in the mail too, Pam.
I hope you enjoy your shrug as much as I do. I really prefer the fitted sleeve look too. It feels more sweater-like to me. Thanks for saying hello! I have just learned how to crochet, and after making your adorable amigurumi cupcake, I wanted to try this shrug. Am I supposed to do a single crochet in each space? Or is it still following the pattern in row 1, where I would sk 1 chain, ch 1, and double crochet into the chain space?
Congrats on learning to crochet! Does that make sense? I love this pattern! I have a question about the gauge. Or is this just making one swatch with 8 rows of 8 sets of 1dc and 1ch? I hope this makes sense!! Thanks for your help! Where in the pattern is there an increase??
The main portion is row 1, then repeat row 2 for x amount of rows, and at the end you should have an increase? Yeah, I can see how that might be confusing. The first number of spaces is referring to the width of your rectangle, so each row you work should have 62 spaces.
I just have a question about the body rectangle, this is my understanding, the width is increasing with each row completed, the length is already determined by the first chains, is this correct?
Are the 71 chsps that need to be completed just counting the holes of each chain space acrosse athe width? The width is increasing. And the chsps are exactly what you thought—those little windows across the width of your rows. I have such a ridiculous question. I am new to crochet and want to have a shrug done by the winter hopefully haha if I am buying off of the website do I need to by 7 individual packs of yarn?
Thank you anyone for your help so excited to start! Haha, I have ridiculous questions daily. Hi Jess, I made one similar last year but like this with the sleeves so much better. So I attach the accent color, I assume I chain 1, then do I sc in each dc around or in each ch1 sp or both?
Because then the next row is sc in each ch1 sp but how am I making spaces from the row above. Again, sorry for sounding so dense! Are you referring to the end of the sleeve with your question? If you read those and still have specific questions, let me know! I am having a little problem and need your advice. I made my swatch to check my gauge. I had to go up toa 6.
I counted my ch1sp and I do have the 54 called for. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions you may have. I love this pattern and would really like to make it. Thanks for your help!! I find the pictures confusing. Do you have a video to show it? Congrats on getting that far! I love your design. It could be helpful to count your stitches at the end of each row for a few to make sure the count is staying consistent.
Hi Jess, thanks so much for answering my other question, but I have one more! Where do you seam along in the arm seam triangle? Do you have a tutorial on YouTube for this? Are you referring to the seam on the actual sleeve? Have you or any of you followers tried this pattern with Lion brand Mandala yarn?
I love this pattern and Mandala yarn. Do you have an idea of how i can fix this? Thank tou so much! I hate that when that happens. You could always make the collar section much wider in order to create a little extra length to cover your backside. I am unable to find a tutorial for the shrug on your website.
The instructions gave an address, but it Doe not show the shrug. The free pattern is right above this comment area. I have the complete kit.
What I would like is the tutorial that is mentioned at the bottom of. Can you help me find the tutorial? So I would need 4 skeins of main color?
Or is it the yrds total?? I just finished my shrug and I love it! I had to undo several rows but the resultmis just great! Especially because you tweaked the pattern to suite your body. Jess, thanks for the awesome pattern!
I just finished the shrug and am enjoying wearing it while drinking some tea on this 65 degree morning. I wanted a more neutral color so I used Big Twist yarn in Oatmeal. Do you have a step by step for this process? So the two side edges instead of the chain row and the final row should be touching. The best photo that depicts this is probable the one with the measurements on it. This a huge help. I was helping my wife with this we both crochet and we could figure which way to fold it lol.
The pattern is great and have had a great time working it. How cool that you both crochet. My husband is hoping to learn too. Lands' End White petite supima pointelle bolero. Hobbs Black 'Carrie' bolero. Betty Barclay Knitted Bolero. Hobbs Bright blue 'Carrie' bolero. Chantilly scallop lace bolero. Hobbs Lime 'Carrie' bolero. Ariella London Black 'Clementine' crop bolero. Michaela Louisa Lemon Bolero Jacket. Ivory Embroidered and Beaded Bolero. Adrianna Papell Crepe Bolero.
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