Driftwood Pullover

Updated: Oct 13

This beauty has been in the making for MONTHS but she's finally ready to meet you and I'm not sure I could be more excited.


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ETSY RAVELRY






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ABOUT

The Driftwood Pullover is a lightweight, oversized garment completely covered with drool-worthy texture. It features a modern, boxy body, flattering, fitted sleeves, and a classic crew neckline. Plus, there are options! (Who doesn't love options?!) Whether you want a short sleeve for summer, 3/4 for spring and fall, or a long sleeve for winter, I've got you covered!


As usual, the pattern offers easy to follow, row-by-row instructions, color coded sizes, and includes diagrams/example photos so there's no confusion.




CONSTRUCTION


The Driftwood Pullover is worked from the bottom-up in 4 separate panels. You'll start with the base ribbing





SIZES & MEASUREMENTS


XS (S, M, L, XL) (2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)






MATERIALS NEEDED


HOOKS

4 mm traditional crochet hook & 5 mm Afghan hook (or hook with 14" cord)


YARN

Approx. 1430 (1545, 1600, 1675, 1780) (1960, 2125, 2625, 2815) yards of Charme by Ciruclo (Great substitutions include: Soft & Sleek DK, Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly, Bernat Baby Sport or any sport weight yarn)


NOTIONS

tape measure, threading needle, stitch markers, scissors





BEHIND THE NAME


Our little family explored the shores of Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island here in Georgia late last year and the views took our breath away. It was a photographers dream and the textures on the wood were drool stunning. In all honesty, I didn't design this garment after this experience but when the sweater came to life and I tried it on, it's the first thing that popped into my head.



TESTERS


Good testers are the backbone to a good pattern. And I can assure you, these ladies are beyond good testers. This pattern would not be what it is today if it weren't for these beautiful, talented women! I'm so grateful for the time and money they dedicated to this design 🖤 Click on here to find them on Instagram and give some love!



Gorgeous on everyone, right?! So, what are you waiting for, friend? Click your preferred shop below to grab the pattern today!


Happy making ❤


ETSY


RAVELRY


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