I am so excited to share with you the Camellia Sweater! This sweater is made with hand dyed DK (#3) weight yarn from KT and the Squid!
Katy is a fellow crochet pattern designer and also a super creative yarn dyer! She sent me this beautiful yarn, called Cari, to create with and I was so excited to start designing!
The Camellia Sweater is a hi-low style crochet sweater with an optional cowl neckline and long sleeves.
The crochet pattern comes in women’s sizes XS to 2X.
It is a rectangle workup, meaning you create two rectangle panels and sew them together to create the sweater. The sleeves and neckline are added at the end.
I used the gorgeous hand dyed yarn from Katy for this project. This yarn is 75% Superwash Merino and 25% Nylon. However, you can use any DK (#3) weight yarn you prefer.
The pattern difficulty is intermediate. The stitches used are very basic sc and dc, but you will need to have some knowledge of crocheting garments and sewing crochet pieces together.
The sweater has about 6″ of positive ease to it, making it slightly over sized. You will, however, be able to easily adjust the length and width of the project. For a tighter fit, go down a size. The cowl neckline is optional and added at the end.
Since the backside is longer you can wear this sweater with your favorite leggings and boots!
More Sweater Patterns
Remi Raglan Sweater – this sweater is constructed from the top down in a simply raglan style.
Stash Buster Sweater – another super easy rectangle sweater to bust up all that yarn in your stash!
Siesta Sweater – a bottom up workup, with gorgeous lacy details!
Tuscan Sun Tunic– this sweater is a side by side workup that is nice and long so you can wear it with leggings!
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Michelle has been crocheting for over 9 years and has been designing crochet patterns for 6 of those years. She specializes in modern garments and accessories for your handmade wardrobe. Michelle has been featured in Happily Hooked Magazine, thehooknooklife.com, wecrochet.com, ourmakerlife.com, and several other websites. She is committed to providing the highest quality crochet information and patterns that instill a true feeling of pride, enjoyment, and accomplishment when completing a project.