The Scorpio Raglan

A reversible crochet sweater with 2 fit options, using interlocking crochet techniques.

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Work with multiple colors, but just one at a time. #MyZodiacSweater

Detailed PDF pattern

♏︎ Step-by-step instructions and tutorial photos

♏︎ Round tracker to keep track of the yoke repeats

♏︎ Stitch chart for the gauge swatch

Difficulty level

♏︎ Advanced intermediate

Size-inclusive & style versatility

♏︎ Pattern written for 11 sizes with instructions on customization

♏︎ You get 2 different patterns in 1: oversized style or slim fit style

♏︎ Fits busts from 22″ to 70″

What you'll need

♏︎ Lion Brand Superwash Merino, Lion Brand Coboo, or any DK weight yarn you can meet gauge with, in the amounts shown below.

♏︎ Your 4.0 mm (main gauge) and 3.5 mm (secondary) or size needed to obtain gauge. I like to use my Clover Amour and my Furls hooks.

♏︎ Tape measure, scissors, darning needle, 10 locking stitch markers

Pattern support

♏︎ For pattern related questions, please join my Facebook support group or contact me at thecrochethighway [at] gmail.com.

Did you know? The Scorpio Raglan has three sister patterns: the Scorpio Beanie, the Scorpio Cowl, and the Scorpio Mittens! Save 10% when grabbing at least 2 patterns in the Scorpio line on Ravelry. Simply add any 2 Scorpio patterns to cart and insert code SCORPIO at checkout.

If you prefer Etsy, you can click here to purchase the Scorpio Raglan and Scorpio Beanie as a bundle.

1 pattern, 4 sweaters

The Scorpio is mysterious and has many secrets to reveal. Be it the reversible nature, or the two different styles the pattern comes in, this design is the epitome of versatile. Wear it right side out to show off the starry pattern or turn it wrong side out and have a checkered sweater. Opt for a wool fiber and the snuggly, oversized version for the ultimate cozy fit. Or go for a summer fiber like cotton and pick the fitted, slim style with short sleeves for your new favorite summer tee.

Just like the all the other designs in the #MyZodiacSweater collection, for this sweater you’ll only have to work with 1 color at a time, dropping the inactive yarn at the start of a round and picking it back up at the start of the new round.

The Scorpio is a raglan sweater constructed from the top down. The pattern provides two fit options:

• an oversized fit with 6″ to 10″ of positive ease at the bust and long, roomy sleeves that gather at the cuff in a bubble.
• a slim fit with -2″ to 2″ of ease at the bust and narrower short sleeves.
You start with the single crochet short rows to raise the back neck, then continue with the interlocking stitch pattern on the yoke, body, and sleeves. The sweater is finished off with a ribbed collar, cuffs and hem.

Since it is worked from the top down, the pattern provides ample customization opportunity in terms of sleeve and body length, allowing you to create the perfect sweater for your body.

Like most CrochetHighway patterns, the Scorpio Raglan comes with step-by-step instructions and tutorial photos including on how to check for gauge, how to complete the yoke, how to split for sleeves, how to pick up stitches for sleeves. The pattern also comes with a Round tracker to help you keep track of the yoke repeats, as well as a stitch chart for the gauge swatch.

The pattern calls for DK weight yarn (category 3) in at least 1 main color (MC), and 1 contrast color (CC). My testers used a variety of yarns and colors to show off this design – check out the tester photo gallery below to find all the details on yarns and yardages from my testers!

Quick metrics from my testers:

Difficulty rating: 3.1 / 5
Average completion time: 50 hours

Learn how to crochet this reversible stitch pattern with this full, step-by-step video tutorial I made for the gauge swatch:

A word from my testers

Nylda @theyarnmother (5)

I would rate this an intermediate pattern. You have to pay close attention to the design and make sure you’re making the correct stitches in the right direction. I had to frog the last few rows of one of my sleeves after I thought I was done because I made a silly mistake: placing a DC on the back rather that on the front and it changed the whole thing!
The time and effort (and the frogging involved here and there) was all SO worth it!!!! Thanks for providing such a beautiful pattern with meticulous instructions!

- Nylda (Nya1 on Ravelry)
Prachi @autodidactic.crocheter-4

The pattern is very well written. The design is complicated but the instructions were detailed and easy to follow. I was a little nervous when starting but I had a thrilling time until the end. I am humbled to be part of this pattern test and hope to continue to work with you again in the future.

- Prachi (autodidactic.crocheter on Instagram)

The Zodiac Collection

The Scorpio Raglan is the eighth crochet garment pattern published in the Zodiac Crochet Collection – a series of crochet garments and accessories that follow a common theme: colorwork made easy. Use hashtag #MyZodiacSweater when posting your makes on social media!

The designs in this collection use multiple colors for a contrasting effect, but the stitch patterns are carefully selected, so that you only have to work with one color at a time. The inspiration behind this collection is my original colorwork design, the Starry Yoke. Check out the other designs in the #MyZodiacSweater collection:

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I proud myself with writing ultra-detailed patterns for you, so that your crocheting experience is as smooth and seamless as possible. But whenever you have a pattern related question, my Facebook support group is the place to ask. There you can also share your WIPs and brag about your FOs with the community!

Designer samples

I’m wearing size 3 with 2″ (5 cm) of negative ease around the bust. I made this slim fit sample using Lion Brand Coboo yarn in Denim as main color and Silver as contrast color.

For my other sample (which I made first!), I’m wearing size 5 with 10″ (25.5 cm) of positive ease around the bust. For this oversized fit sweater I used Lion Brand Superwash Merino yarn in Sage as main color and Elm as contrast color.

The WPI of these yarns is 11. Learn how to measure the WPI of your yarn.

Customer spotlight

Lucia @crochetwithlu made her Scorpio Raglan in size 3, slim fit style, using yarn from Skip Rope Yarn Co, Skip Rope DK (200m/100g) in True Teal and Make Me. She says:

I made no modifications to the pattern apart from the bottom ribbing (I chained 8 to make it shorter). I used a total of 966 metres. I started off with 3 skeins of MC and 2 skeins of CC, and am left with 21g/4g respectively.
I love both sides of it although I have a slight preference for the side with the “+”. Which side is your favourite?

Invisible join on the back

In any garment, the back is just as important as the front, wouldn’t you agree? That’s why at the end of every round, the pattern instructs you how to close the round and start the next so that the seam is as hidden as possible. This way the back will look just as flawless as the front!

Pattern testing

Pattern testing is an important step in the pattern development process. With the help of a talented team of volunteers, my patterns are subject to a comprehensive stress test before they ever reach the public, to make sure everything works out as intended. This is when most issues regarding readability and ease of use are discovered and fixed. Moreover, based on the feedback provided by my testers regarding the fit of their sweaters, I sometimes make alterations to the pattern in order to improve the fit.

So, how did the Scorpio Raglan pattern change after testing?

1. Sizes 4-8 slim fit got a yoke depth reduction for an improved fit at the upper arm area. This is not reflected in the photos from my testers, as the change occurred after the testing period was over. However, it’s safe to say that the pattern now produces an even better fitting garment for these sizes and style.
The Scorpio is a standard raglan construction. This means that in the yoke, the bust grows at the same rate as the sleeves. Due to this limitation associated with the raglan construction, the upper arm circumference will get bigger the more you go up in bust size.
Sizes 9-11 also have a deeper yoke as compared to sizes 1-8, resulting in more room and a looser fit at the underarm.
When choosing a size, please also check the finished raglan depth (C) and finished upper arm circumference (D) against your own body measurements.

2. All sizes and styles got a body length reduction based on overwhelming feedback that the body length was too long.

3. The oversized fit cuff got a reduction in circumference to provide a more flattering fit and a bishop sleeve style.

Tester highlights

Scroll down for the complete tester lookbook, where you can find photos, yarn & yardage info from all my testers, as well as certain modifications they made to their sweaters for the perfect, customized fit.

Materials and yardage

Hooks: Your 4.0 mm (main gauge) and 3.5 mm (secondary) or size needed to obtain gauge. I like to use my Clover Amour and my Furls hooks.

Notions: Tape measure, scissors, darning needle, 10 locking stitch markers.

Yarn: You’ll need at least two colors. A main color (MC), and a contrasting color (CC) of any DK weight yarn you can meet gauge with. I used LB Collection Superwash Merino for my oversized sample (green), and Lion Brand Coboo for my slim fit version (blue).

The approximate yardages required for all 11 sizes and styles are:

Size

Slim fit with short sleeves

Oversized fit with long sleeves

 

Main color

Contrast color

Main color

Contrast color

1

550 yds
(505 m)

370 yds
(340 m)

930 yds
(850 m)

620 yds
(565 m)

2

650 yds
(595 m)

460 yds
(420 m)

1120 yds
(1025 m)

760 yds
(695 m)

3

700 yds
(640 m)

550 yds
(505 m)

1275 yds
(1165 m)

910 yds
(830 m)

4

790 yds
(720 m)

600 yds
(550 m)

1450 yds
(1325 m)

1100 yds
(1005 m)

5

890 yds
(815 m)

650 yds
(595 m)

1600 yds
(1465 m)

1240 yds
(1135 m)

6

980 yds
(895 m)

700 yds
(640 m)

1785 yds
(1630 m)

1390 yds
(1270 m)

7

1080 yds
(990 m)

760 yds
(695 m)

1905 yds
(1740 m)

1530 yds
(1400 m)

8

1170 yds
(1070 m)

820 yds
(750 m)

2075 yds
(1895 m)

1690 yds
(1545 m)

9

1280 yds
(1170 m)

890 yds
(815 m)

2200 yds
(2010 m)

1840 yds
(1680 m)

10

1370 yds
(1255 m)

950 yds
(870 m)

2395 yds
(2190 m)

1990 yds
(1820 m)

11

1465 yds
(1340 m)

1010 yds
(925 m)

2575 yds
(2355 m)

2135 yds
(1950 m)

Sizing for the slim fit

All my garment patterns are #sizeinclusive up to at least a 60” bust circumference.

Column A in the next table shows the range of actual busts. Columns B, C, and D show finished garment measurements. This tee is designed to be worn with -2″ to 2″ (-5 to 5 cm) of ease around the bust. When choosing a size, find your actual bust size in column A of this table. The finished bust circumference in column B will be closest either to 5 cm (2″) smaller (negative ease), or 5 cm (2″) larger (positive ease) than your actual bust measurement. The model is wearing size 3 with 2″ (5 cm) of negative ease around the bust.
Note: This is a standard raglan construction. This means that in the yoke, the bust grows at the same rate as the sleeves. Due to this limitation associated with the raglan construction, the upper arm circumference will get bigger the more you go up in bust size. Sizes 9-11 also have a deeper yoke as compared to sizes 1-8, resulting in more room and a looser fit at the underarm. When choosing a size, please also check the finished raglan depth (C) and finished upper arm circumference (D) against your own body measurements.

Size

A

B

C

D

1

26-30″
(66-76 cm)

28″
(71 cm)

8.5″
(22 cm)

16″
(41 cm)

2

30-34″
(76-86 cm)

32″
(81 cm)

7.5″
(19 cm)

14″
(36 cm)

3

34-38″
(86-97 cm)

36″
(91 cm)

9.25″
(23 cm)

16″
(41 cm)

4

38-42″
(97-107 cm)

40″
(102 cm)

9.25″
(23 cm)

18″
(46 cm)

5

42-46″
(107-117 cm)

44″
(112 cm)

10.75″
(27 cm)

20″
(51 cm)

6

46-50″
(117-127 cm)

48″
(122 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

22″
(56 cm)

7

50-54″
(127-137 cm)

52″
(132 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

24″
(61 cm)

8

54-58″
(137-147 cm)

56″
(142 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

26″
(66 cm)

9

58-62″
(147-157 cm)

60″
(152 cm)

14″
(36 cm)

28″
(71 cm)

10

62-66″
(157-168 cm)

64″
(163 cm)

14″
(36 cm)

28″
(71 cm)

11

66-70″
(168-178 cm)

68″
(173 cm)

14″
(36 cm)

30″
(76 cm)

Sizing for the oversized fit

Column A in the next table shows the range of actual busts. Columns B, C, and D show finished garment measurements.

This sweater is designed to be worn with 6″ to 10″ (15 to 25 cm) of positive ease around the bust. When choosing a size, find your actual bust size in column A of this table. The finished bust circumference in column B will be anywhere from 6″ (15 cm) to 10″ (25 cm) larger than your actual bust measurement. The model is wearing size 5 with 10″ (25.5 cm) of positive ease around the bust.

Size

A

B

C

D

1

22-26″
(56-66 cm)

32″
(81 cm)

8.5″
(22 cm)

18″
(46 cm)

2

26-30″
(66-76 cm)

36″
(91 cm)

10.25″
(26 cm)

20″
(51 cm)

3

30-34″
(76-86 cm)

40″
(102 cm)

9.25″
(23 cm)

18″
(46 cm)

4

34-38″
(86-97 cm)

44″
(112 cm)

10.75″
(27 cm)

20″
(51 cm)

5

38-42″
(97-107 cm)

48″
(122 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

22″
(56 cm)

6

42-46″
(107-117 cm)

52″
(132 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

24″
(61 cm)

7

46-50″
(117-127 cm)

56″
(142 cm)

12.25″
(31 cm)

24″
(61 cm)

8

50-54″
(127-137 cm)

60″
(152 cm)

14″
(36 cm)

26″
(66 cm)

9

54-58″
(137-147 cm)

64″
(163 cm)

15.5″
(39 cm)

28″
(71 cm)

10

58-62″
(147-157 cm)

68″
(173 cm)

14.5″
(37 cm)

26″
(66 cm)

11

62-66″
(157-168 cm)

72″
(183 cm)

14.5″
(37 cm)

28″
(71 cm)

Tried & tested substitution yarns

My testers used a variety of yarns for their Scorpio Raglans, in a truly amazing variety of color combinations. Here’s a list of yarns recommended by them. The list is sorted alphabetically. If you’re looking for inspiration or a quick yarn substitution idea, this is the place to start!

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Tester lookbook

My patterns would not be so smooth without the input of my team of talented testers. Swipe left & right for more photos of your favorite versions!

Want to test my future patterns? Check out how you can become a pattern tester for CrochetHighway!

Alice (Justkeepcrochetin on Ravelry)

Size 1, slim fit
577 yds of Hobbii Happy Place as MC and 336 yds of Hobbii Happy Place as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm; 3.75 mm for short rows
Mods: None.

Maddie (maddieb17 on Ravelry)

Size 11, oversized fit
1500 yds of Baby Bee Sweet Delight as MC and 1150 yds of Baby Bee Sweet Delight as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods:  I made a size larger than suggested in the pattern for my bust size.

Sandra (Spgalvao on Ravelry)

Size 7, oversized fit
1757 yds of Rosarios 4 Jardim n41 as MC and 1255 yds of Rosarios 4 Jardim n11 as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm
Mods: None.

Lydia (FoldedMoth on Ravelry)

Size 5, slim fit
850 yds of Yarn Mixology in Blue Agate as MC and 656 yds of Hobbii Twister in Midnight as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4.5 mm
Mods: I increased the body length by 4 pattern repeats.

Jane (Rosered on Ravelry)

Size 7, slim fit
952 yds of Fiddlesticks Cedar as MC and 636 yds of Fiddlesticks Cedar as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.75 mm
Mods: I made the neck ribbing shorter (3 stitches).

Meike (Meike23 on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
554 yds of Rico Creative Sport DK as MC and 395 yds of Rico Creative Sport DK as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Nicole (Handmdebyyarnmama on Ravelry)

Size 3, oversized fit
917 yds of Yarn Bee Bamboo-tiful as MC and 811 yds of Hobbii Winter Glow  as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: I added 3 stitches to the sleeve cuffs.

Pam (Pamietansc on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
949 yds of CBC Yarn in Cerulean Depth as MC and 748 yds of CBC Yarn in French Toile as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: None.

Alicia (Musiqstr on Ravelry)

Size 5, slim fit
774 yds of Lion Brand Coboo as MC and 580 yds of Lion Brand Coboo as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: None.

Arianna (Aribaba-Crochet on Ravelry)

Size 4, oversized fit
1552 yds of Tessiland Bravissimo as MC and 942 yds of Tessiland Bravissimo as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Anvitha (Samanvita on Ravelry)

Size 3, slim fit
670 yds of locally sourced viscose yarn as MC and 490 yds of locally sourced viscose yarn as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Claudia (LilMissC on Ravelry)

Size 5, oversized fit
1248 yds of Deramores Studio Anti Pilling DK as MC and 1093 yds of Hayfield Spirit DK as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Cynthia (origcyncreations on Ravelry)

Size 3, slim fit
575 yds of Fibra Natura Cottonwood as MC and 414 yds of Fibra Natura Cottonwood as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Dina (aarabydina on Ravelry)

Size 6, oversized fit
1283 yds of Vardhman Cotone as MC and 997 yds of Vardhman Cotone as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: I made the sleeves shorter. The neck ribbing was done with only 2 sl st all around.

Nylda (Nya1 on Ravelry)

Size 3, oversized fit
900 yds of Loops & Threads Luxe Merino Wool Blend as MC and 700 yds of locally sourced yarn as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: In my specific case: my gauge relaxed a lot during the construction, which I should have considered from the beginning because I always tend to crochet loosely. My sleeves are very oversized, which I ended up liking a lot, so I added a couple rows of sc at the end to sc together a handful of stitches. After that I switched hooks and just made a conscious effort to crochet tightly.
I had the same issue over the neckline, which was corrected in a similar way that I handled the sleeves.

Hannah (Hanp15 on Ravelry)

Size 6, oversized fit
1610 yds of Stylecraft Special DK as MC and 1359 yds of Stylecraft Special DK as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm
Mods: None.

Inneke (nyot93 on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
460 yds of locally sourced cotton yarn as MC and 328 yds of locally sourced cotton yarn as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: I shortened my hem (10 sc).

Desiree (Desire45m on Ravelry)

Size 3, oversized fit
1200 yds of Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek DK in Irish Rain as MC and 800 yds of Yarn Bee Soft and Sleek DK in Dijon as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 2.5 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Xty (Xtycraftswhatever on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
598 yds of Ashley’s Crochet as MC and 430 yds of Monaco Thread as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 2.5 mm; 3.25mm
Mods: None.

Zohnette (Queen4christ on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
604 yds of Lion Brand SW Merino as MC and 370 yds of Always and Forever SW merino DK as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Dhanya (dhanyajinesh on Ravelry)

Size 6, oversized fit
1494 yds of Alize Cotton Gold as MC and 1083 yds of Alize Cotton Gold as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Jennifer (Jennifertan on Ravelry)

Size 4, slim fit
680 yds of 4 Seasons Flinders as MC and 560 yds of Lion Brand Truboo as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: None.

Karen (KarenOA on Ravelry)

Size 5, slim fit
988 yds of Omega Sinfonia as MC and 649 yds of Omega Sinfonia as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Lillie (AlisePHL on Ravelry)

Size 6, slim fit
900 yds of Keche Baby Cotton as MC and 734 yds of Premier Cotton Fair as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: I have a large head circumference, and the neck hole is very snug. However, it is not uncomfortable, I just could not do a tight ribbing, I didn’t size down my hook or slip stitch into 3 going around.

Mitchelle (mitchelleirani on Ravelry)

Size 4, slim fit
850 yds of Ganga Acrowools Taj Mahal Merino Wool  as MC and 598 yds of Ganga Acrowools Taj Mahal Merino Wool  as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Tania (Tania14372 on Ravelry)

Size 3, slim fit
690 yds of Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/6 as MC and 490 yds of Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/6 as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Jana (Yarniadne on Ravelry)

Size 1, slim fit
542 yds of locally sourced cotton yarn as MC and 345 yds of locally sourced cotton yarn as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Paulina (PaulinaSmith on Ravelry)

Size 1, slim fit
487 yds of Himalaya Bamboo Deluxe as MC and 370 yds of Himalaya Bamboo Deluxe as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3 mm; 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Poornima (Poornimagv on Ravelry)

Size 3, oversized fit
1297 yds of Baby Soft Cotton Yarn from yarn_hutt as MC and 1036 yds of Baby Soft Cotton Yarn from yarn_hutt as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: None.

Miluska @cielo.canelita

Size 4, oversized fit
1367 yds of Circulo Guinda  as MC and 1200 yds of Alwa Crema as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Sarah (SunriseStories on Ravelry)

Size 3, oversized fit
1100 yds of Yarn Bee Bamboo-tiful as MC and 900 yds of Yarn Bee Bamboo-tiful as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Swarna (Swarnads on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
500 yds of La Mia Mercerised Cotton as MC and 328 yds of La Mia Mercerised Cotton as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm
Mods: None.

Prachi @autodidactic.crocheter

Size 3, slim fit
742 yds of Lion Brand Truboo as MC and 629 yds of Lion Brand Truboo as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Claudia (Clacrochet on Ravelry)

Size 4, oversized fit
1200 yds of Schachenmayr Soft & Easy as MC and 1000 yds of Schachenmayr Soft & Easy as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4 mm
Mods: I made longer sleeves and a cropped body length.

Katrin (katkrochetsph on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
573 yds of Ashley’s Crochet 6ply Combed Cotton as MC and 656 yds of Monaco 6ply Combed Cotton as CC (sport weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: For the ribbing I lessened the number of sts per row.

Swathi (Tvishasfashion on Ravelry)

Size 5, oversized fit
1761 yds of Vardhaman Cool Knit as MC and 1510 yds of Vardhaman Cool Knit as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Christin (BitsbyBitsy on Ravelry)

Size 7, oversized fit
1446 yds of Lion Brand Truboo as MC and 964 yds of Lion Brand Truboo as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 4.5 mm; 5 mm
Mods: I made a size larger than suggested in the pattern for my bust size.

Rosxy (NoRuffleByZ on Ravelry)

Size 6, slim fit
888 yds of 4 Seasons Flinders Cotton 8 ply in Grapes as MC and 577 yds of Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton DK in Desert Lily as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: None.

Nikita (NikitaDoom on Ravelry)

Size 2, slim fit
464 yds of Lion Brand Coboo in Steel Blue as MC and 400 yds of Redheart Super Saver in Monet as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm; 4 mm
Mods: I made a cropped version.

Carina (carina1989 on Ravelry)

Size 8, oversized fit
820 yds of Scheepjes Colour Crafter as MC and 700 yds of Scheepjes Color Crafter as CC (DK weight)
Hook size(s) used: 5 mm
Mods: None.

Grettel (Gmorar on Ravelry)

Size 3, Slim fit

645 yds of Katia Yarns Alabama as MC and 555 yds of Katia Yarns Alabama as CC (DK (CYC 3))

Hook size(s) used: 3.5 mm;3,75

Mods: None.