Monochrome Tie Sweater Crochet Pattern
This monochrome tie sweater is classy, cute, and something you need to have in your closet. The extra tie detail on the sleeve gives it a unique touch to make it all your own – besides the fact that you made it all on your own.
Wear it out on the town or to your dinner date. You can dress it up or down, so you can have an excuse to wear it anywhere. It’s also super fun to make, and you can choose your two favorite colors when working with it. Add the ties in a complementary color, make them pop with a wildcard hue, or choose a matching yarn to the one that you’ve already used or the stripes.
Get started now and have a sweater to wear for tonight, because this top crochets up in no time flat. Add a piece to your closet that’s as one-of-a-kind as you are when you opt to make your own. We can’t stop wearing this cozy sweater, and we know you won’t be able to, either. It’s so easy to throw on that you’ll find yourself buying pants just to match with it.
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Monochrome Tie Sweater
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner
Hook: G/6 – 4mm
Yarn: 5 skeins Erika Knight Studio Linen DK weight yarn, Kumo, 4 skeins Erika Knight Studio Linen DK weight yarn, Milk. Get this yarn and the digital pattern in the monochrome tie sweater kit we put together here.
Tools: Scissors, tapestry needle
st = stitch
ch = chain
sl = slip stitch
sc= single crochet
dc= double crochet
Sk st= skip stitch
SPECIAL INFORMATION: Ch 4 counts as dc & ch1
Gauge: 8 rows, 8 dc across = 4”x4”
FINISHED SIZE: Medium, (small, large)
Body (Make two):
Ch 88 (68, 108)
Row 1(Kumo): Dc in the third hook from the ch, 85 (65, 105) dc across
Rows 2-4: dc into each st across
Row 5(Milk): Ch 4, sk first two st, *dc ch 1, sk 1* across
Rows 6-15: Ch 4, dc into first ch 1 sp, ch 1 * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across.
Rows 16-25(Kumo): Repeat row 6
Rows 26-35 (Milk): Repeat row 6
Rows 36- 44 (Kumo): Repeat row 6
Row 45: Make a dc into the first 24 (14, 34) st, and mark 24 (14, 34) st from the opposite side. Sc to marker, then dc across.
Sleeve (Make two):
Ch 70 (60, 80)
Row 1: Dc in the third chain from the hook, and in each st across.
Row 2 (Kumo): Ch 4, sk first two st, *dc ch 1, sk 1* across
Rows 3-10 (Kumo): Ch 4, dc into first ch 1 sp, ch 1 * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across.
Rows 11 & 12 (Kumo): Ch 4, sk first ch 1 sp and dc into the second. * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across.
Rows 13 & 14 (Milk): Ch 4, sk first ch 1 sp and dc into the second. * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across
Rows 15- 28 (Milk): Ch 4, dc into first ch 1 sp, ch 1 * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across.
Rows 29-38 (Kumo): Ch 4, dc into first ch 1 sp, ch 1 * dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* across.
Rows 39-42 (Kumo): Dc into each st around.
Tie, make two (Milk)
Ch 81, sc in each st across for 4 rows.
Placing the right sides of the body together, whip stitch the top of the shoulders together. Beginning on the fourth row of the white section closest to the neckline, whip stitch sides together using the same color your for each section. Wrap sleeve around the arm opening, with the seam on the bottom and whip stitch in place. Turn inside out and whip stitch the sleeve together. Weave in all ends securely.
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