Rory Sleeveless Sweater Crochet Pattern

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Rory Sleeveless Sweater Crochet Pattern

Thank you to LoveCrafts for supplying the yarn for the Rory Sweater Sleeveless Sweater!

I have wanted to design a crochet sleeveless sweater for about 2 years now! I absolutely love the look and style of a sleeveless sweater, as well as how versatile they are!

The timing finally worked out this year for me to design a sleeveless sweater and I couldn’t be more pleased with how it turned out!

Pattern Details

This beautiful women’s crochet top is made with worsted weight (#4) yarn. I used Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran for my sample.

This yarn is so soft and sturdy and comes in a large variety of colors. It was so comfortable against my skin and had no snags in it at all. It was quite the dream yarn to crochet with!

The yarn is 100% acrylic and can be machine washed and dried (on low).

Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran yarn

The construction of this sleeveless sweater is bottom up with the ribbed trim and cowl neckline added at the end.

This pattern comes in women’s sizes XS to 2X, with sizes 3X to 5X coming later this month!

The pattern difficulty is intermediate. However, an advanced beginner could crochet this pretty easily. The stitches are very basic and the construction is minimal.

I love to style my Rory Sleeveless Sweater with my favorite high-waisted jeans and give it a little front tuck for some flair!

I also love to wear my favorite denim jacket over it when it’s cool outside. This crochet top also looks great layered over a long sleeve shirt for colder weather!

I’ve also made a second one in a this gorgeous burnt orange color in WeCrochet Brava Worsted! The colorway is called Persimmon. It’s perfect for fall and looks great layered over a long sleeve tee.

More Transitional Crochet Top Patterns

Springtime Sweater – a super cute 3/4 sleeves, boat neck sweater!

Cabled Peplum Tee – a peplum style top with gorgeous crochet tables down the middle!

Siesta Sweater– this lacy blouse is beautiful in so many color combinations! Great for any time of year!

Where to Purchase

Today only! You can get the Rory Sleeveless Sweater crochet pattern for FREE in the Transitional Wearables Blog Hop! Today is the last day to get a free transitional wearable crochet pattern! If you’ve missed the other 13 days, you can still grab the Pattern Bundle! It includes all 14 crochet patterns at a great discounted price, so you can still have them all!

If you haven’t yet, head on over to the main blog post to see how it works and grab the coupon code. Then come back here and click the button below to go to the Ravelry listing. Add the pattern to your cart and insert the code and the pattern will become FREE! Enjoy and thank you for participating in this blog hop!

You can purchase the crochet pattern on Ravelry, Etsy, and LoveCrafts!

Want to try before you buy? Check out my growing list of Free Crochet Patterns!

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  1. Beautiful design!!

    This looks like a pattern I may want to try! I read about how the top is constructed; however, for my own understanding, does it mean the top is seamless with only working in the cowl and ribbing?

    I would make one correction (“with” instead of “which”):

    “This pattern comes in women’s sizes XS to 2X, which sizes 3X to 5X coming later this month.”

    Lastly, because I have XS and 4X clients, would I have to purchase a second pattern? Thank you!

    1. Thank you! There is joining each round, so there will be a seam down the side of the top. If you purchase the pattern on Ravelry you will just get an update with the additional sizes. If you purchase on Etsy or LoveCrafts you will have to contact me for the additional sizes once they are out.

  2. Thank you for a great Transitional Wearables Blog Hop, there were some beautiful patterns. Take care and meet you in the next one xxx

  3. Congratulations Michelle on the success of your first Blog hop. All the patterns were lovely.

    I wish you all the best and hoping to see more of your blog hop.

    Best regards from India,

  4. I missed the one…. the one I wanted the most.. I was sick… oh well next time… Glad your First Blog Hop went well.

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