Curvy Cowl Pullover
Introducing the Crochet Curvy Cowl Pullover. A generous turtle-neck, complete with sleeves. Construction isn’t too hard if you keep doing step by step.
There is a schematic on the pattern for the shaping of the front, back and sleeve panels that are sewed together at the end.
This is sized for XS – 4 XL. The different sizes are listed on the pattern.
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Comments on “Crochet Curvy Cowl Pullover Pattern + Tutorial”
I’m new to the crochet world and I came across this video and love it. I would like to attempt to make it since you made it seem so easy, but I had a hard time downloading the pattern. Will you kindly guide me through accessing your free pattern, please?
There should be a blue button that says Pattern which you can get the pattern. I’ll have to check back another time to double check it’s there.
I got the pattern ok, but it only goes up to M for ladies, too small for this 2X girl. Sigh…
The pattern goes to 2/4x when you click on the actual pattern you would follow the instructions for the increases in green.
Hello, Mikey I can’t seem to be able to view the written pattern? Can you please help, I would live to make a few for my grand children.
Sorry, we were experiencing technical issues earlier today. This should be up and ready for you now. – Michael
Thanks so much. 🙂
Is the roving yarn soft
Theresa no blue Button for Download 🙁
Hi Mikey, can I use Lion Brand Homespun for this? You made me a crocheter! Three months now…. Its bulky 5. Thankyou x Jilly @ Sydney Australia
You could certainly try. keep in mind the Homespun has a different texture to it, so you may not see the same definition in the stitches, Homespun is quite pretty worked up, I have used it for a couple projects
My husband asked me to make him a sweater. I have never made a sweater. I ‘ve only made hats, scarf and blankets. How hard is it? I found a pattern from red heart called father pullover. Does anyone else has an easier pattern with video to follow? Thanks
I don’t have any male sweaters filmed up sorry.
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Is it possible to sew the sleeves and body, so it fits more like a normal sweater, vs looking web-like? Does that make sense? I love the raglan look, but not a fan of the sleeves being attached all the way down to the bottom of the body.
Possibly so… but I don’t know the mathematics involved in doing it that way.
I would love to see a tutorial on how to sew the pieces together, either a short one special for this or as part of the kid’s version.
Is there going to be a video tutorial for this pattern in both child and adult sizes?
Will be in child size but the information is easy to say… Oh the Child is Ch 20… look at the adult version and it could be chain 80… it’s a matter of cross comparing the instructions to get the meaning on how to do it.
I have tried your “Big Pink Get Pattern” button. Just takes me back to Yarnspirations and no pattern. Is there another site where I can go to download this?
Would love pattern , please post when link is fixed
WE are working on getting the Link fixed. Sorry for any trouble this may have caused. -LJ
The link for the women’s pattern does not work.
It would be nice if I could actually see the pattern. Every time I click on the image, it takes me right back to the same page. It does not take me to the pattern.
We are working on it. Thanks for the heads up.
Would love to make “Woman`s Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover ” but I cannot get the pattern anywhere. Tried Yarnspirations, Ravelry, etc. Where can I find this pattern?
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