Fisherman's Crocheted Pullover

It's a classic, it looks great, and it's warm. This handsome, richly textured pullover features fisherman-stitch patterns adapted in crochet.

Sizes: Directions are for Medium (38-40). Changes for Large (42-44), Extra Large (46) are in parentheses.


Gauge: Pat st on size J hook: 3 sts = 1"; 25 rows = 7".

Ribbing: With smaller hook, ch 12.

Foundation Row: With smaller hook, join along edge of ribbing. Work 1 sc in each row along long edge of ribbing - 65 (69,73) sts. Ch 1, turn. Change to larger hook.

Shape Raglan Armholes:

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Front: Work ribbing and foundation row same as for back - 65 (69,73) sts. Change to larger hook.
Shape Neck: Left side. Work across first 12 (13, 14) sts as established, leaving remaining sts unworked. Ch 1, turn. Keeping to pat, continue raglan shaping to correspond to back. At the same time, dec 1 st at neck edge every row 2 (2, 3) times, then every other row 3 (4, 4) times. Work raglan shaping until 1 st remains. Fasten off. Right side.
Sleeves: Work lower rib to correspond to back for 37 (39, 41) rows. Fasten off.

Shape Raglan Cap: Work same as for back armhole, ending with 7 (9, 11) sts remaining. Fasten off.

Finishing. Sew raglan seams, aligning rows so that each RDC row of sleeve meets corresponding RDC row of front and back. Sew side and sleeve seams.

Neckband: With right side facing, join yarn at center back neck.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of these instructions. We cannot be responsible, however, for variances in individual techniques, human errors or typographical mistakes.

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