Raglan Sweaters are fairly simple projects to complete. They make for good first-clothing crochet projects because you can see the project as you work and easily change it to fit you better. This one can be crocheted for kids or adults (sizing options provided in the pattern).
What you’ll need:
Yarn: Any medium size yarn of your choice.
Yardage will depend on the size of your sweater. To give you an idea of how much yarn you might need, I used 744 yards of yarn for a size 4 sweater for my 4 year-old kid.
Hook: H (5 mm)
Additional materials: Scissors, measuring tape, needle (any needle you can fit your yarn through will work).
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