Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create a simple baby sweater Part 2/28.
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Well, we’re working on this sweater. This sweater is actually very simple design, it’s just a basically three pieces. It’s a boarding outfit, and one slip. What we’re working on this project – one thing that kind of surprised me is that we work with the project upside down.
So, if you did a baby sweater here, and that. Well, we’re working from the top of this sweater down to the bottom. So, we’re actually working with the sweater upside down. Now, the sweater does insist the three different parts. So we have the body here, which is the number one. We have the arms, and they’re attached right here.
Anyway, this is what is kind of confusing, but actually very, very simple is that when we work with the first chain, we have 37 chains. And it just appears to be a straight line, but it’s actually the starting of a color. And at our line number two is that we start establishing that the color has shape. And, when the color starts to take shape, it actually starts to look like this.
So it starts to look like this. And this is the front of it where the opening is. And that’s why it will look like. And this is actually pretty simple. If you know how to do granny squares, you don’t have to do this because what’ going to happen – I believe its for seven lines. It’s that we’re going to be working our way around this configuration. So what’s going to happen every time you go around? You’re making a bigger – and it will come back.
And so, the way the thing I have as doing the design of this sweater is that on the corners, there’s an actual extra two stitches to allow the material tube ravel. And, on the actual pattern, you can actually see this from the child’s rant. And the way that I devised whether what the two strings, you can’t actually see those. But it’s actually kind of a nice design feature.
Once you get to a certain point of your sweater, this coloring doesn’t making it sense. And, I find it hard that the pattern was a little bit confusing, but actually we figured it out. And what they want us to do eventually, when we get through a certain point is that we’re going to be folding this collar in half. So, we’re just going to take the collar and just fold it. And where we’re going to attach it is right on the interior part here.
So basically, you have your sweater. And so basically, this part up here, it’s not a separate piece – I’m going to draw a line. It’s not on a separate piece but in order to create this configuration, it has to be folded. So it comes down on an angle like that. And when you fold it and attached it jut in the center points here, it leaves an opening right here. And, because of the way that we have gone around the Patagonia square, it actually leaves stitches nice and clean, so that you can suite stitches are.
Now, one thing I didn’t find what this pattern is the stitch on the leaves to go around at 24 stitches. I have found when I folded line at only length 20 stitches. And it will actually create different size of sleeve. So, I’m going to be trying to figure that up before of the one tutorial on – because I don’t think I did it wrong, I just think I’m going to add it if you like such stitches or to converge again.
And so basically, that is your concept, so you’ll have a gap right in the middle. And if you want to attach you button at the top, you can do so. And so, that in basically we’re coming along in just average of this stitch to it. It’s extremely simple, and I hope you guys have some fun. So, just remember, it’s kind of like the granny sweater. And once you get a concept, the rest of this project just speeds along. It’s pretty very simple. That’s it. I’m going to study my thing.