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Southern Pullover | Classic Lightweight Crochet V Neck Sweater, Pullover, Top

Updated: Jun 10, 2023

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ABOUT


The Southern Pullover is a lightweight, crochet sweater that features a flattering V neckline and fitted, set-in sleeves. This timeless garment is made up of beginner stitches that are used in a way that make the finished piece drapey and breathable. Plus, it can be worn by itself or layered, making it a great for every season!


The pattern offers easy to follow, color-coded instructions for sizes XS-XL, has helpful diagrams/example photos so there's no confusion, and includes options like V-neck, boat neck, short sleeve, 3/4 sleeve, and long sleeve.






DIFFICUTLY


Although this sweater is completely filled with beginner stitches, it is rated easy/intermediate since you have to seam set-in sleeves. But I truly believe anyone can make it since there are detailed instructions and helpful diagrams that show you just how to do it!



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CONSTRUCTION


This beautiful garment is crocheted in 4 separate pieces - 2 body panels and 2 sleeves. Each panel is worked back and forth in rows, from the bottom-up.



SIZES


XS (S, M, L, XL)


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WHAT YOU'LL NEED


HOOKS: 3.5 mm and 5 mm crochet hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge and 1.5 mm smaller hook)


YARN: Approx. 1150 (1250, 1360, 1550, 1900) yards (for V-neck style with full-length sleeves) of Coboo by Lion Brand Yarn (Great substitutions: Brushworks by Yarn Bee, Premiere Cotton Fair, Sirdar Country Style DK, Comfy Cotton Blend by Lion Brand Yarn or any DK weight yarn.)






BEHIND THE NAME


As I'm sure many of you know, here in the south part of North America, it's hot and humid most of the year. So, after creating this airy top, I named it after the area that I thought would appreciate it the most!



TESTERS


These amazing women poured so much time, money, and effort into testing this design and, for that, I'm so incredibly thankful. Scroll down to see each amazing lady in their new creation and don't forget to click on each photo to give some love on Instagram!



It looks beautiful on everyone, right?! So go ahead and click your preferred shop below to grab the pattern and start making today!


❤ Kayla


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