Short-Sleeved Sweater Free Crochet Pattern

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Don’t put your eggs… actually, put them into only one basket. Especially in the Bunny Basket crochet project. This is a great Easter-themed project with rigid sides an ears that give its shape. You can use this to store your painted Easter eggs, or just as a fun place to put something festive or decorative. Or, you can simply make this project just for the fun of it. A link to a free pattern is at the end of the post.

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Short-Sleeved Sweater Free Crochet Pattern


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  1. Wow! Beautiful and very inspiring!

    1. Susan Pilgrim says:

      The pattern is easy however very disappointed that you do not mention the length of white and when to add the variegated yarn and when to join the tan on sleeves. Your pattern is basically for a solid color. Very disappointed in this pattern

  2. Susan Pilgrim says:

    So I did the pattern before I got to the armpit. Because I like mine a little bit longer, where you have 12 rows main color I did 17. However with the dc, ch, dc in a stitch made V shapes and wider than a 34 inch bust. I am now tearing the whole thing apart and redo it my way. Your patter sweater is pretty, but not saying when to join variegated yarn to the brown yarn. Or when to stop doing the dc, ch, dc. I loomed your sweater over and I do not see where there are any dc,ch,dc and making it look like a /\. I think i can improve on your pattern. Sorry but your pattern sucks

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