Meara Fisherman Sweater by Olivia Kent

Meara Fisherman Sweater

September 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
6.0 mm (J)
1670 - 2200 yards (1527 - 2012 m)
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  • DESCRIPTION Dotted with lattice-work and traveling cables, the Meara Fisherman Sweater is an easy throw on in the colder months – perfect for the seashore or fishing off the pier. Modified drop shoulders create a pullover roomy enough for layering, while bracelet-length ribbed sleeves keep the look simple and understated… The kind of perfectly flattering, perfectly useful sweater that never makes it back into your drawer.

Crisp cables climb from bottom to top, showcasing the thoughtful details and day-in-and-day-out cozy feel and comfortable ease of this snuggly turtleneck. Worked in pieces and then seamed together, this is a wonderfully uncomplicated pattern that will challenge beginners and keep experienced crocheters interested… The perfect balance!

Soft as a cloud against the skin but durable enough to weather any storm, this oversized pullover is the kind of sweater for which you ignore all the others in your closet, and the ideal companion for weekend adventures.

  • MATERIALS 6mm (J/10) Crochet Hook 1670yds 1930yds, 2200yds Aran Yarn - Lion Brand Wool-Ease Tapestry Needle

  • FINISHED SIZE Changes for “Women’s M/L” and “Women’s XL/XXL” sizes are in .

Women’s XS/S
Width: 21.5″ (55cm)
Length: 24” (61cm)
Sleeve Length: 20.5” (52cm)

Women’s M/L
Width: 24″ (61cm)
Length: 24” (61cm)
Sleeve Length: 21” (53cm)

Women’s XL/XXL
Width: 26.5″ (67cm)
Length: 24.5” (62cm)
Sleeve Length: 21” (53cm)

  • SKILLS This is an “Intermediate” level crochet pattern (includes “How-To” photos). You must be familiar with basic crochet stitches and techniques. Directions written so that they are easy to read and follow. All patterns are in English, and written in standard US terms.

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  • ABOUT ME Hello friends! I’m Olivia, the busy bee behind Hopeful Honey where I love to design and share unique crochet patterns. My style is chic but playful, which is distinctively reflected in my work, resulting in timeless pieces with hints of quirky touches inspired by the beauty of natural landscapes all around us. I constantly aim for comfort, warmth and versatility whilst closely paying attention to detail. I always want to capture those special moments and feelings that life exudes and channel them into every piece I make.

  • COPYRIGHT The pattern and photographs of this garment are the property of Hopeful Honey. This pattern and design are subject to copyright, and are for personal, non-comercial use only. You may not republish, redistribute or sell this pattern without consent. For more information, please visit Thank you for being respectful of the time and creativity gone into making this design.

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