Crochet V-Neck Sweater Pattern – September Sweater

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September Sweater Crochet Pattern

I am so excited to share with you the new September Sweater Crochet Pattern!

This is a collaboration project with Make and Do Crew Blog and Lion Brand Yarn! Check out this amazing list of FREE Crochet Sweater Patterns!

Pattern Details

The September Sweater crochet pattern is a v-neck style sweater with a ribbed trim at the bottom and the end of the sleeves.

The workup is side by side, creating vertical rows throughout the sweater.

I used Lion Brand Yarn Touch of Merino, which is a DK (#3) weight yarn. However, you can use any DK (#3) yarn you prefer.

You will need 1400-2625 yards, depending on what size you make.

Touch of Merino is extremely soft and perfect for garments! It’s sturdy and doesn’t pill or split. I really enjoyed working with this beautiful, high quality yarn!

The pattern comes in women’s sizes XS to 2X.

It has approximately 2″ of positive ease.

The sleeves can be full length, or folded up like I did with mine.

September Sweater Crochet Pattern

This sweater is created using mostly one stitch, the Herringbone Half Double crochet stitch.

More V-Neck Sweaters

Chevy Tee – this fun v-neck is short sleeved and has a gorgeous chevron stitch combo!

Tuscan Sun Tunic – a gorgeous fall tunic with lots of texture and long enough to wear with leggings!

September Sweater Crochet Pattern

Where to Purchase

If you prefer to purchase the ad-free, printable pdf pattern, you can do so on Ravelry and Etsy!

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

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  1. Absolutely LOOOOOOVE how the vertical lines of this top is so elongating and would be slimming too. The color is gorgeous and looks like spring flowers, so new and fresh. This one is going to be a super favorite.

  2. Another great design, Michelle! Thanks for offering so much awesome-sauce to the fiber community!

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