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Rhea Raglan Sweater - Crochet Pattern

$8.50

**This listing is for a PDF pattern only**

The Rhea Raglan Sweater is a bottom up, raglan constructed garment with multiple fit styles to choose from! You can make a cozy long sleeved version for the fall and winter, or a summery short sleeved version in cotton or linen yarn! Special techniques features in this pattern are: single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, waistcoat stitches, slip stitch edging, increases and decreases.

Difficulty Level

Intermediate - Advanced: This pattern features a unique construction for attaching the sleeves to the body.

Finished Measurements

1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9)

Actual bust circumference of finished garment:
33 (36, 40, 44.5, 48.5) (52, 56.75, 60, 64.75) inches
84 (91, 101.5, 113, 123) (132, 144, 152.5, 164.5) cm

To find the perfect fit for your garment, measure the circumference of your bust and add 0-4” to your measurement.

Yardage

Cropped: 780 (850, 940, 1035, 1090) (1200, 1325, 1525, 1700) yds / 713, (778, 860, 946, 996) (1098, 1212, 1395, 1555) meters

Full Length: 930 (1010, 1120, 1250, 1320) (1510, 1630, 1800, 1965) yds / 850 (924, 1025, 1143, 1207) (1380, 1490, 1645, 1797) meters

Yardage provided is for long sleeved versions. If you want to make a short sleeved version you will need approximately 280 (300, 300, 300) (340, 340, 360, 360) yards less than provided above.

Suggested Yarn

Knit Picks Simply Wool Worsted, sample in the colorway ‘Winnie’

Suggested Hook Size

5.5 mm crochet hook (or hook size to obtain gauge)

Additional Materials

12 removable stitch markers, darning needle, tape measure

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted


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