Crochet Pattern of the Week: Fullerene Pullover from The Crochetist

This winter, my vibe is very much about the oversized tunics in luxurious fibers. Am I trying to get away with feeling like I’m wearing pajamas while being dressed up for work? Shamelessly, yes. Which is why, when I saw Jane Howorth’s Fullerene Pullover, I knew it would make my queue short list, for sure. Stitched in a bulky-weight, fuzzy, llama-soft yarn (Sugar Bush Yarns Dawson), it’s exactly the pullover pattern I’ve been looking for.

The Fullerene Pullover is made sideways in one piece, from the right sleeve hem to the left sleeve hem. What a fun way to watch a crocheted sweater grow! I can’t wait to watch the stitches fly by.

Fullerene Pullover by Jane Howorth from The Crochetist 2019 digital pattern collection

And can we talk about the design details on this gorgeous project? A front patch pocket adds a fresh and practical touch, the mock turtleneck is super trendy and flattering, and a split hem gives it a relaxed fit that I simply must add to my wardrobe.

This sweater is featured in The Crochetist 2019 digital crochet pattern collection. Check out the lookbook to see more, and if you make the Fullerene Pullover or any of the other projects in the collection, be sure to post in Instagram, tag @interweavecraft, and use #thecrochetist so we can see your interpretation!


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Fullerene Pullover by Jane Howorth from The Crochetist 2019 digital pattern collection

Fullerene Pullover Project Details

FINISHED SIZES 40 (45, 49, 53, 56)” bust circumference. Sample shown measures 40″, modeled with 9″ positive ease. Available in plus size.

YARN Sugar Bush Yarns Dawson [*Affiliate Link] (50% LlamaSoft, 50% extrafine Merino; 165 yd [150 m]/31/2 oz [100 g]; ): #1303 graphite gray, 8 (9, 10, 11, 12) skeins.

HOOK Sizes J/10 (6 mm) and K/10.5 (6.5 mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.

NOTIONS Removable st marker(s) (m); yarn needle.

GAUGE 8 sts and 71/2 rows = 4″ in st patt with larger hook; 13 sts and 17 rows = 4″ in sc with smaller hook.

Get this pattern and more in The Crochetist digital collection!

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