Blueprint Crochet Sweaters: Techniques for Custom Construction

Learn the must-have basics of sweater construction and ways to achieve better-fitting garments!

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Learn the must-have basics of sweater construction and ways to achieve better-fitting garments!

Best-selling author of Blueprint Crochet Robyn Chachula presents an approachable resource on the basics of crochet design. This friendly introduction to sweater and garment construction will give you a deeper understanding of working with crochet and help you make better-fitting garments in the process.

In this collection of 16 patterns, Robyn focuses on four basic garment types and their variations-"classic" construction (including raglan, drop-sleeve, and side-saddle sleeve); unique construction (side-to-side or from the bottom up, around the shoulder, and back down); motif construction; and top-down (both round and raglan types).

The perfect introduction to the building blocks of crochet sweater construction, Blueprint Crochet Sweaters breaks down intimidating garment design into easily digestible parts, offering a deeper appreciation and understanding of how to create projects that reflect your own personal style.

Table of Contents

Classic Construction
Berry Cardigan
Summer Sky Vest
Foliage Shrug
Burnt Plaid Dress

Top-Down Construction
Magnolia Tank
Top-Down Smoky Tunic
Quartz Pullover
Gray Structured

Granny Motif Construction
Harvest Jumper
Shitake Tunic
Ruby Cardigan
Deep Blue Kimono

Unique Construction
Clover Car Coat
Stormy Tunic
Veronica Dolman Pullover
Walnut Sweater

About the Author and Designers
Symbol Crochet Basics

About the Author
Robyn Chachula is the author of bestselling Blueprint Crochet, Baby Blueprint Crochet, and Unexpected Afghans as well as a contributor to Crochet Me, Crocheted Gifts, and Interweave Crochet (all Interweave). She began her career as a structural engineer, which uses her ability to take big projects and break them into little items anyone can understand. Visit her blog,

SKU: 12CR04

Author/Speaker/Editor: Robyn Chachula

Format: Paperback

ISBN 13: 9781596688285

Number Of Pages: 168