This tutorial shows you how to crochet ribbing directly onto your project. It’s the perfect technique to add ribbing onto the body of your sweater, the neckline, the sleeves, but it also works great for other stuff too, like beanies, gloves, etc. Pretty much anything you want ribbing added to!
easy crochet patterns
The Starry Yoke is a top-down type sweater that uses at least two contrasting colors to create an eye-catching starry effect. Working with a single color at a time, this is one of the easiest colorwork sweaters you’ll ever make.
With a classic fit at the bust, this will quickly become one of the most comfortable yet stylish tees in your wardrobe! The sweater features short rows to raise the back neck and is worn with a small amount of positive ease at the underarm.
This super versatile, top-down sweater is specifically designed to help you put all those DK scraps to good use.
The simple yet meditative moss stitch encourages your yarn to do most of the talking, while also allowing for some mind-blowing color blocking ideas. The sweater can also be worked up in a single color, for a timeless wardrobe staple.
Consider this pattern your blank canvas and let your imagination run wild!
This batwing sweater will make you feel both comfortable, and effortlessly elegant. With loads of positive ease at the bust, it provides warmth and comfort, and the stretchy ribbing hugs your hips and wrists, keeping everything in place. All the while the alpine stitch pattern works its magic and embraces you in waves upon waves of three-dimensional texture. The printable PDF pattern includes clear instructions and a bunch of tips & tricks and tutorial photos, leaving no guesswork for you. It also comes with a helpful row tracker, laying out every single row and stitch count for each size separately. This way you can easily check your stitch count and track your progress at any time.