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The Katie Blouse crochet pattern is a simple, lacy, sweater! It’s a perfect transitional piece, great for spring and fall! You’ll love how easy this top is, using just basic crochet stitches to make!
The Katie Blouse uses DK (#3) weight yarn. I recently made a new one and used my Knitcrate box yarn. I love Knitcrate because each month I get premium hand dyed yarn, plus a crochet and knit pattern to go with it. I’ll admit I rarely use the patterns, and instead use the yarn for projects like this! This yarn is so gorgeous and was absolutely perfect for this sweater!
This pattern is rated intermediate level in difficulty. It is a bottom up workup, with panels slip to create the armholes. Then, sleeves and trim are added at the end. It uses very basic crochet stitches. Although, you’ll need to know how to do the Foundation Chainless Single Crochet. The Katie Blouse comes in women’s sizes XS to 3X. Also, there is about 2″ of positive ease to this sweater. You’ll need between 730 and 1400 yards of DK (#3) weight yarn, depending on the size you make.
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