Holy cow, I’m just barely getting around to posting this pattern I promised months ago! Life rarely goes as planned, so what do ya do?

Let’s talk a little about this pattern, and I really mean a little because no one wants to read a long blow about the sweater inspo and yarn selection and the psychology of colors (or whatever else rants people like to go on…case in point).

Sizing: You can make this raglan in any size you want. You will need to either take some measurements, or use the sizing chart. The full PDF pattern includes the 2-page chart, but if you don’t want the full pattern, you can purchase just the chart itself and use it for all of your sweater patterns. It includes baby, child, and men and women adult sizes. Don’t want to buy the chart? You can always watch and pause the tutorial (free on YouTube) at the chart image.

Yarn: Use any yarn and hook combo you want. You will need to crochet a swatch to test them out first. Use a knit stitch and extended return pass for your swatch.

Hook: You will absolutely, positively, 100% require a double-ended hook for this project. No, there is not way to crochet this pattern as written without one. Don’t have a double-ended hook? Check out Kai’s Cardigan, a single-sided hook, Tunisian crochet pattern.

You can find the PDF patterns to both Jaime’s Raglan and Kai’s Cardigan (Knit Stitch Cardigan)below:

Looking for the tutorials? You can find them below. Note: Kai’s Cardigan is a 2-part tutorial.

https://youtu.be/LklCHl4LoVk

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Atenas

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