Learn How to Crochet the Big Easy Crochet Pullover by Yarnspirations

This project was sponsored by Yarnspirations

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Are you ready to make a crochet pullover?

I am smitten with Yarnspirations latest sweater pattern, the Big Easy Crochet Pullover. The last time I made a crochet sweater, I enjoyed the process so much I just couldn’t resist the opportunity to share this one with you.

Crochet sweaters are nothing to be afraid of. I’m not sure why but I used to always shy away from crochet garments – until I finished my first sweater. I know I’m not alone in these feelings. If you’ve been hesitant at all about crocheting a sweater for yourself, let me persuade you to give it a try!

As always, I’m here for you every step of the way.

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Crochet Along Details

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When: 

  • Part one – September 18, 2017
  • Part two – September 20, 2017
  • Part three – September 23, 2017

Where: Right here on this page. 

Do you need to sign up? Nope. Just work along with each tutorial and Share your progress on social #bhooked

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Gather Your Supplies

  • Caron Simply Soft yarn (cool green shown in tutorials; Taupe shown above)
    • XS/S – 5 balls
    • M – 6 balls
    • L – 7 balls
    • XL – 8 balls
    • 2/3 XL – 9 balls
    • 4/5 XL – 10 balls
  • 5 mm Crochet hook
  • Darning Needle
  • Scissors

Disclosure: Please note that the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to purchase your supplies online. Please understand that I have experience with these products and I recommend them because they are optimal for this pattern, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy them online. If you have received valuable information from me at any point, this is one easy way to pay it forward and say thank you for a job well done!


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Get the Pattern

You can download your free pattern directly from Yarnspirations website here:

Big Easy Crochet Pullover Pattern

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Big Easy Crochet Pullover – Part One

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In part one of the Big Easy Crochet Pullover CAL, we’ll work through the ribbing, body and armholes of the front and back pieces. Each of the two pieces are worked exactly the same until you get to the armhole shaping. From there, the difference is the length of the armhole. Refer to the video tutorial for guidance through the stitch pattern and refer to the pattern for specific stitch counts and measurements for the size you’re making.

 

This tutorial is also available in a left handed version. Click the link below to be directed to the left handed video on my YouTube channel.

Big Easy Crochet Pullover Part One – Left Hand Tutorial with Brittany

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Big Easy Crochet Pullover – Part Two

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In part two of the Big Easy Crochet pullover CAL, we’ll work through the neck shaping on the front and back sides of the sweater. Then we’ll move on to the arms, working the ribbing and the first couple inches of length. Refer to the video tutorial for guidance through the stitch pattern and refer to the pattern for specific stitch counts and measurements for the size you’re making.

 

This tutorial is also available in a left handed version. Click the link below to be directed to the left handed video on my YouTube channel.

Big Easy Crochet Pullover Part Two – Left Hand Tutorial with Brittany

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Big Easy Crochet Pullover – Part Three

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In part three of the Big Easy Pullover CAL, we’ll see how to finish our sleeves, work the neckline, block and seam everything together. Refer to the video tutorial for guidance through the stitch pattern and refer to the pattern for specific stitch counts and measurements for the size you’re making.

 

This tutorial is also available in a left handed version. Click the link below to be directed to the left handed video on my YouTube channel.

Big Easy Crochet Pullover Part Three – Left Hand Tutorial with Brittany

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Don’t forget to share your progress photos with me using #bhooked

I’m here for you. I’m not the kind of instructor that provides a resource and never comes back to it. You are my students and I’m here to help you through the process no matter when you are reading this post. If you find yourself stuck at any point, please leave a comment below and I will do my best to help you through it!

Cheers!

This post was sponsored by Yarnspirations

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