Boat Neck Pullover
Designing a boat neck pullover has been one of my garment goals and I am so excited with the outcome. The pattern is one of my favorites as it flatters any shape and would make you look elegant.
Have you ever made any Boat neck garments before? I bet this would be your go-to wear!!! The versatility of this cardigan is another great thing as it can be made into a short sleeve, 3/4 sleeves, and a long sleeve. I find it difficult to select which sleeve length I love the most!!
Furthermore, the color choice isn’t limited to the ones in the images here. I love the different colors my Testers have used, and it made me fall in love with the pattern all over again.
How long does it take to crochet this?
As much as we all have different speeds while crocheting, this pattern is a quick one and you get the hang of it after the first few rounds. It took about 10 days on average for my testers to complete this project.
How Easy is this pattern?
This pattern uses simple stitches like half double crochet, double crochet, and front, and back post double crochet. It is rated as an intermediate project.
You can grab your copy of the boat neck sweater pattern on Ravelry HERE
Materials needed for this boat neck pullover
Stylecraft Jeanie Denim look, #4, Aran Weight (60% Cotton, 40 % Acrylic, 230 yards/210 m per 3 oz/100g Ball)
Sample made in Bloom and Giverny
Any other Worsted weight or Aran weight yarn (#4) can be substituted.
The boat neck crochet sweater can be customized into a short-sleeved sweater as made by AMY, one of my talented testers.
What else is included in the Pattern?
As with all of my garments, this pattern has adjustments and fittings spelled out to help you make a fitted Boat neck pullover
I can’t wait to see your makes from this boat neck pullover pattern, do tag me with your finished makes on Instagram @crochet_fosbas and show off your makes in my Facebook Group
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When you make your own version of this boat neck pullover, kindly share with me by tagging me on Instagram – @crochet_fosbas or on Facebook
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