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The Sabre Sweater crochet pattern is an off-the-shoulder style sweater that uses a variety of stitches to create it’s gorgeous lacy look!
The Sabre Sweater crochet pattern is a top down project with sleeves added at the end. You will start with the ribbed trim and then work in the round down, skipping stitches to create the armholes.
This crochet pattern is intermediate in difficulty level. You will need to know the basic stitches as well as have some knowledge of crocheting garments. Check out my blog post on Crocheting Garments for some great tips.
The pattern comes in women’s sizes XS to 2X. The Sabre Sweater is fitted, with no positive ease. There are tips throughout the pattern to getting a good fit, but I do recommend going up one size if you’re in between sizes.
I made my sample sweater with 3/4 length sleeves, but it is easy customizable to make the body and the sleeves longer or shorter.
This pattern also comes with photo tutorials to help you along the way. As always, you can email me for pattern support if you run into a trouble.
I used Stylecraft Special Double Knit yarn in the colorway Peony for this project. It is a lightweight (#3) yarn that is very soft and durable. It is made of 100% premium acrylic.
Stylecraft Special DK comes in a huge varieties of colors as well! However, you can also use any DK (#3) weight yarn you prefer. Just be sure to check gauge!
More Sweater Patterns
Crossroads – a basic sweater with gorgeous cable details!
Remi Raglan – another top down sweater, this one made raglan style. You can really get creative with the color combos on this one!
Bombshell Sweater – a basic raglan that can be made cropped or full length, with an optional turtleneck collar!
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