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The pattern included step-by-step crochet instructions  (UK and US terms)  The diagrams are marked in different colours – each coloured row- represents a new row - for easy reading. 

Size from S to 3XL



Alpina crochet sweater dress

    • Work crochet yoke (individual pieces connected using slip stitch method technique.
    • Work neck in the round.
    • Work body in the line 
    • Work sleeves in the line 


    Materials used in this project:


    Valley Yarns - 100% Extrafine Superwash Merino Wool  (50g -89m/97yds) medium weight – group 4. S/M- 1100 g, L/XL-1200 g, 2XL/3XL-1300 g.  


    You can substitute these yarns with any medium-weight yarn that is categorized into category 4 (Aran/ Worsted) that matches the gauge.


    Make sure your tension/ gauge is 15 .5treble crochet in width x 9 treble crochet in length – UK terms. And 15.5 double crochet in width and 9 double crochet in length – US terms.



    Hook size 5 mm. The hook size is only suggestion. Adjust your tension by using different hook sizes. If you have too many stitches per 10 cm – use a larger hook size. If you have too few stitches per 10 cm – use a smaller hook size.


    Crochet information: Diagram part 4 shows how the yoke begins and ends. Start work by following diagrams parts from 1-4 for crochet work. The diagrams are marked in different colours – each coloured row- represents a new row - for easy reading. After when all the crochet work is completed, the pieces are joined together to create a yoke. After that, continue work by following the body/ sleeves pattern instructions. 


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