Deep V Sweater



Nice Monday to everyone.

I go back in time. This is a pattern that I created a few years ago, but at first it did not convince me much.

Taking pictures instead I realized that it came exactly as I wanted.

I used an unusual yarn and that does not make the execution simple, but the color and texture are the two factors that have made my choice fall.

Bomull-lin by Drops and a 3.50 mm crochet hook. Ah and a lot of patience!



Size: S/M, but you can add stitches and make it bigger.

It was one of the first crochet sweaters. Now you know how far I have come. If you follow me on Instagram you will have certainly noticed that for some months I have learned to work with circular irons. And obviously the sweaters are raining!

So at this point find the pattern on my Ravelry.



Dragonwing Crochet Pattern

Good morning.

New month, new pattern.

I start by telling you how did the idea of this pattern.


Let’s say I saw so many scarves made this way, all knitted though. (at the time I had not yet taken the knife in my hand, while now I carry out two projects at the same time).

So I decided to try to recreate the same shape, but with the crochet.

At the same time maintain a simple and quick pattern to work.


This is how Dragonwing was born. Lightweight, easy to work with any yarn and …. infinite. Because the process can be continued until you want.

We enter the most technical part: what I used:

Donnino (3 skeins brown)
Hook (7 mm)

Final measures: 78 inch x 31 inch (2 meters x 80 cm)

At the time of publication, the pattern is available in three languages: English, Italian and Spanish.

Take your copy HERE.



Boho Top – Crochet Pattern


Let me introduce you to Boho Top, a very light and lacy garment created from a simple granny square patterning.



For this pattern, you’ll need:

Materials:                                                                                                                                       Sevifil Beige (150, 200, 300, 400, 500 gr)
Hook (3.5 mm)
Stitch marker

10 dc x 5 rows= 5 x 5 cm (1.96 x 1.96 in)
2 strands of yarn worked together

S, M, L, XL, XXL

Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double crochet Sl St = slip stitch

How to:
5 ch, form a ring and close with a sl st. Start working a solid square.
Round 1: 3 ch, 2 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 2 ch, 3 dc, 1 ch, 1 sl st.
Round 2: 3 ch, 6 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 2 ch, 7 dc, 1 ch, 1 sl st.
Round 3: 3 ch, 10 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 2 ch, 11 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Round 4: 3 ch, 14 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 2 ch, 15 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Round 5: 3 ch, 18 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 2 ch, 19 dc, 1 ch, sl st.
Continue the square for: (22, 24, 26, 28, 32) rounds in total.
1 ch, sc in every stitch.
1 ch, sl st in every stitch.
Make 2 of this squares. Lay your squares one on top of the other with the right sides
facing each other. Using the invisible stitch.

Round 1: with right side facing, joing yarn at the bottom of one armhole, ch 1, sc in eve-ry stitch, sl st.
Round 2: ch 1, sc in every stitch, sl st. Fasten off.

Round 1: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 2: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 3: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st.
Round 4: 1 ch, sc in every stitch, sl st. Faten off.


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