A sweater warm enough to withstand even the coldest of climates.
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The Tundra Top is an uber-cozy, raglan style, crochet sweater made for those frigid winter months. It features a beautiful, mock neckline, simple, yet eye-catching texture, and bell shaped (or fitted) sleeves! It's worked from the top-down, in joined rounds and is made with super bulky weight yarn so it's really warm, super squishy, and works up crazy fast! (I'm talking 2 days fast, friends.) Plus, the seam line is nearly invisible and runs along the diagonal, raglan line in the back.
As usual, the pattern offers easy to follow, color coded instructions for sizes XS (S, M, L, XL) (2X, 3X, 4X, 5X), a quick tutorial that goes over how to work a specific stitch, a stitch count chart, and helpful diagrams/example photos so there's no confusion!
WAIST: fitted or loose
SLEEVES: fitted or loose
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
HOOKS: 11.5 mm crochet hook
YARN: Approx. 330 (410, 450, 490, 660) (645, 680, 765, 805) yards of The Wool by We Are Knitters (for cropped body with full length sleeves) Great substitutions: Wool Ease Thick & Quick by Lion Brand Yarn, Heartland Thick & Quick by LBY, Monkey by Moda Vera
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