Hi Rinda — Congrats on attempting to make this! Not sure how it will drape but it will be very warm! For this blanket cacoon you need to know how to single crochet and double crochet. That should do the trick.
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Tie off and weave in ends. I shot this picture at a strange angle so it looks a little wonky. Attach yarn to neck line and evenly single crochet around, creating a border. At this point, make sure your single crochet gauge is large enough to fit a button through. Tie off and weave in all ends. Lay your sweater flat on the ground or table.
Attach well, wrapping the thread around a few stitches and tying off. The second button should be placed directly below the 1st button, Have you made anything with this rectangle method before?
Feel free to share your pictures with me on Facebook or Instagram as well! One of my closest friends is 4. Another fabulous post and pattern! Thanks my friend Victoria!
So fun to see you here on the blog! You do such gorgeous work. They give it a neat polished look. Thank you, Jessica for another great pattern! Oh, and you have a cute photographer who does a great job! That outfit sounds just perfect for fall! I love the idea of a burgundy color. Thank you also for the kind words about my photographer. She does do quite a good job for a 4 year old. Hi there, I finally found your pattern and tutorial, thanks for sharing.
Thank you, I really like your pattern. A size large would most likely fit fine in this. Just be sure you have an odd stitch count. That should do the trick. In addition, you may need to just move the buttons done a couple of inches. What a beautiful project!
Thank you so much for sharing it. Tell your cute photographer that she has some great talent that could be used in her future. I will tell my daughter that you said she has a talent. She will love that. Like I said though to Amanda — it is really large, so you may not have to add a whole lot of stitches! It can fit a variety of sizes! How sweet of you to make this for your sister in law. She is a lucky gal! Thanks for the free share and tute. And really, this would look great in almost any color.
I will be stopping at the store for yarn on my way home tonight…Once again, thank you so much for sharing it with us! Yours is so well done! Starting new projects is the best. Thanks for your kind words, it makes me so happy that you like the patterns. Love what you did with the last project!! Thanks for these great patterns. I just finished my blanket cacoon.
I used red heart charcoal and red heart unforgettable in echo. I absolutely love how this fits and feels. Thank you so much. Easy to read and follow…. Will be worn alot this fall!! I always worry if people will understand! Thanks for your sweet words about my daughter too.
She does a great job and loves it! Thanks so much for checking out my blog! Pinning and adding to my To do list! I have been looking for something exactly like this for a long time. I tend to crochet tightly and want to make sure I get it right, even it I have to add some chains to the beginning. Hi, Since I live in Florida, would like to make this in a lighter yarn, say a worsted weight, What is the length of the initial crochet chain, I think with that I can then follow the rest of the pattern,.
I saw this featured a Lionbrand post on Facebook and decided to check it out. I never thought of crocheting something like this, but now I want to! And it seems so simple that even I can do it lol. Just a question, I have never made anything wearable before where I have to adjust the size on my own. I also crochet tight, so measuring will be best for me. Also, should I add some rows to help increase the size?
So as the pattern is written it fits anywhere from an XS to a Large. To me, it look like for the bust, if you add an extra 14 inches it would work. This means make your chain an extra 14 inches over how long it is in the pattern. I hope that maybe it will work for you! I too am making it bigger, but I would caution you to make you starting chain a little snug.
Like I could wrap it twice around me. Needless to say, frogging it and starting over. I would love to make this, any suggestions for substituting the yarn with a smaller weight? Let me know if you try it and how it turns out!
Oh — you might have to do some trickery for the button holes, but that would be fairly simple! Thanks so much for the shrug pattern.
You mane it so easy to get without having to click here and there to get the pattern. I looked it over once and have it memorized. You are quite sharp to be able to memorize it. It was a lot of fun to make! Am I using the wrong yarn? So this is made with a chunky yarn, which in US terms is larger than an Aran weight. Also, you might want to make sure that your hook is the same size as mine. Once you get those two things right, your stitches should be just right!
I hope this helps and thanks so much for asking. Let me know if anything else comes up! That looks so cozy! Thanks for the pattern xoxo — Karla. I am making this for a co worker who is going through chemo, I did have to change the pattern just a titch due to the yarn I as doing, it is a lighter weight yarn, but I used a larger hook than what is called for and it is beautiful and very lacy looking. I sure hope she gets well soon! Thanks for sharing in case others want to know how it might turn out with a different yarn.
Your pattern is perfect for the self striping of the scarfie yarn colorway!! I purchased the PDF version with your extra pics and explanations and very pleased. It does work up pretty quick, right?! Thanks so much for taking the time to comment Jess! Again, superb pattern and amazing design…. Thanks so much for sharing this with everyone! Your cardigan is so cool and easy to crochet. Thank you for sharing the pattern. I used almost 8 skeins of chunky yarn and there are 3. From googling, it looks like there are about Hmmm, I may try this with baby yarn, smaller hook, and of course start with a smaller chain for 2 of my granddaughters, ages 3 and 11 months.
Homemade Christmas gifts are the best!! Thank you for such an easy pattern! Oh those will be so cute! Yes, much easier to get on moving targets. Am so glad I came across your site with the blanket sweater information.. Kudos to the budding photographer! So you seam the sleeves 7 inches in on each side.
You can see in the photo how I lay out the rectangle, then fold in the corners to seam. This is what that refers to. I sure hope this helps you and let me know if any other questions come up!
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