Crochet Along: Arizona Sweater (online)

Crochet Along: Arizona Sweater (online)

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Wednesdays 7-8pm
October 4, 11, 18, 25 in person

Join us for Dappled Fern's first ever crochet along!

We'll meet weekly on Zoom to offer structure, encouragement, community, and  trouble shooting as you make your very own Arizona Sweater. This intermediate-level pattern from Brianna K Designs uses worsted weight yarn. We suggest Knitting for Olive Heavy Merino, Malabrigo Rios, Berroco Ultra Alpaca, or Farmer's Daughter Pishkun. Although it looks complicated, it uses fairly simple stitches and would be a great first crocheted sweater. 

Hosted by Teresa Shannon, an avid local crocheter who made the Dappled Fern sample pictured above during a week-long road trip this summer...and Dorothy Broomall who at this point considers crochet to be a strange, inscrutable magic but wants to hang out anyway. 

What's included:

4 group sessions in Dappled Fern's cozy maker's studio

Supplies you'll need (not included):

Arizona Sweater pattern
Crochet hook: H (5mm)

Skills you'll use / learn: 

blo -back loop only
ch -chain
est st pat – established stitch pattern
flo -front loop only
sc – single crochet
sc3tog – single crochet three sts together
ssc – split single crochet
st(s) -stitch(es)

Note: Sample shown in photo above is size medium. With my 44" bust, I would go up one size for 0" positive ease or two sizes for 4" positive ease.