Wrap your child in love with this lightweight, tunic length pullover. It comes in 6 sizes, from6 months all the way up to 4T and is perfect for fall weather, or for layering. With a casual fit and side slits, this comfy sweater could easily become an everyday favorite! Seamless, bottom-up construction makes it a quick project. It features a hugs and kisses detail on the hem and sleeves, made with alternating X stitches and bobbles.
We are making today a sweater pullover gents pattern.in the project I am telling u about my new pattern for gents, boys. We are making size for the 5-6 years old. This pattern we are working normal DK weight 4ply yarn, it is used for any gauge. In this item we are using one of the beautiful colours for boy's gent's pattern; I think it is the best colour for It's very easy to work, now a days winter season going I think it's the best super easy idea fI will and do the pattern in my easy way to explain in details about the pattern first I made the back side and then the front side easy way to make neck shape, then make sleeves then join. When we completing all my parts separately, then join all the parts into the wrong side sweater and then work for the neckband and border for sleeves and sweater. I am telling you that I am using the crochet needle for the sewing; or you have to choose boys and gents.
This simple tunic pattern was designed with speed and ease in mind. Somehow, even amid the usual chaos of life with a toddler, it practically flew off my hook. That's why I named it the Dandelion Tunic- it seemed as if it popped up almost overnight! Considering how incredibly fast little ones grow at this age, that's very important. I purposefully simplified the ribbing by using only front post stitches. I added a row of pretty little eyelets as well, to give the dress a hint of lightness. The improvised eyelets up top do double duty- they add a bit of breezy elegance, and help shape the yoke without using slower, bulkier decrease stitches. This dress will use just half a skein of Caron One Pound Yarn in the 4T size.
This is another really smart crochet pattern design. It can be made into a baby romper, with closed legs, or left open as a dress. As a dress, it can be made to be worn alone or as more of a tunic top with leggings. The instructions for the romper pattern start at age 0 and go up to age 2, with additional tunic instructions for ages up to 8. This is definitely a crochet pattern to bookmark and use more than once.
Here's my pattern for a beautiful, textured and Cozy Pullover that's sure to keep your little one toasty warm this fall and winter. The texture created from two simple stitches makes this look more difficult than it actually is. It uses a combination of single crochet and half double crochet stitches, with the half doubles worked into the third loop of the stitch. This garment is made in one piece. I attached my buttons through both layers, but you could add buttonholes, if so desired. The aqua yarn really brings out the beauriful texture of this Pullover.
"A Rustic and warm Country sweater in sizes 12months - Adult XXLarge. The perfect go to sweater for chilly walks, days out or evenings around the campfire. This sweater has a rustic charm that is ageless, made with lots of ease for comfort and plenty of stretch. Not only is this cosy sweater unisex it looks great in stripes, block, Ombre, yarn cakes and marble colours. The sweater features ribbed edging, ribbed cuff and oversized loose neckline. I wanted to make this pattern easy to follow (ya know pick up and put down without losing your mojo) so, I have made this easy pattern in one piece and then added the sleeves after. This also makes this rustic sweater easy to customise so getting the perfect fit is easy!"