Top Down Crochet Sweater Free Pattern Seamless Raglan!

This exact thing put me off too when I started making garments because I am not the strongest sewer. It’s also one of the reasons I keep seams to a minimum in all my designs! With traditional top down designs, you do away with all of that seaming and joining. One of my biggest goals for this year is to dispel the myth that crocheting elegant, wearable, modern garments is akin to rocket science. You can give the blocked gauge in your pattern so the makers will know what the final gauge will be and if they can get that gauge when they block/wash their own gauge square.

Real Bobble Cardigan– this cardigan is worked from the top down with a rectangular yoke. All courses are 100% online, so once they’re published, courses start and finish whenever you want. You can go back to review what interests you most and skip what you already know, ask questions, answer questions, share your projects, and more. Domestika’s courses are online classes that provide you with the tools and skills you need to complete a specific project. Every step of the project combines video lessons with complementary instructional material, so you can learn by doing.

If you are familiar with knitting you may do your sc in the round by floating across the back. Save patterns, share updates, and connect with your community. And despite going on 10 years of studying and educating myself about crochet for work and pleasure, I am still amazed at how much I have yet to truly explore.

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Odyssey Cardigan– this cardigan is worked in rows throughout, instead of rounds. The end result is a gorgeous, transitional cardigan. From a designing standpoint, there is usually less math required, to come up with the stitch counts, for bottom up than top down. The bottom up workup style starts at the hips/bottom of the sweater and is worked in the round up to the armpit area. Then it is worked in rows to create two panels, which in turn create the armholes.

Fasten off, leaving a tail long enough to seam your belt loop to your sweater dress. Seam in desired placement, probably along the sides below your underarms. Use the other tail from the beginning of your belt loop to seam the opposite end of the belt loop to your sweater.

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