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i crochet the $300 chunky sweater of your dreams // hope macaulay inspired

inspired by hope macaulay!: https://hopemacaulay.com/
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☆ intro \u0026 materials (00:00)
☆ sizing plan (2:42)
☆ sleeves (3:52)
☆ front panels (12:00)
☆ back-side \u0026 ribbing (16:36)
☆ assembly (18:35)
☆ button band (21:22)

i don't know why i put myself through painful messes of crocheting sweaters and cardigans, but here i am once again, and this time, it's a design inspired by the Irish brand, Hope Macaulay. with chunky sweaters trending already, I thought i'd put my take on it. mind you, i made a bajillion mistakes along the way and professional crocheters will probably laugh at this attempt, but hey, i saved myself $300, so beat that.

- N/16 10 mm crochet hook
- darning needle
- 3 buttons
- Loops \u0026 Threads Lush Alpaca yarn (113 grams = 1 skein): light green (2 skeins), lavender (3 skeins), pink (3 skeins), yellow (2 skeins)

♪ music used:
Ping Pong Club - Venetian Blinds - https://thmatc.co/?l=A464235D
Beats by Egomi - Purple Skies - https://thmatc.co/?l=18EAC40B
ninjoi. - Acceptance - https://thmatc.co/?l=97824E73
Mark Generous - Morning Commute - https://thmatc.co/?l=645C07C5
ninjoi. - I Won't Let Go - https://thmatc.co/?l=903EB4CA
frumhere, kevatta - warm feeling - https://thmatc.co/?l=6E8E48FE
Francis Song - Clouds - https://thmatc.co/?l=318C0624
ninjoi. - Passin [Thematic Exclusive] - https://thmatc.co/?l=D5427180
Lucydafirst, Ej Hoffman - North Ave Beach - https://thmatc.co/?l=9541844D

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FTC: this video is not sponsored.
Miss Meg : Let me stop you right at the beginning for a minute. You designed and drafted a crochet pattern by yourself without the help of outside sources. That is what designers do and you should be proud of that. There is no need to apologize that you didn't do it "correctly" because you have the finished product and it fits wonderfully on you. That is what matters!
hsbmom : Young lady, be proud of what you have accomplished. I have been crocheting for 50+ years and I have never created a single decent piece of clothing without a pattern. I have been trying to make a particular sweater but haven't been able to find a pattern that I liked for it nor have I the courage to make one of my own. Your video has encouraged me to try to design one myself. Thank you so much for getting this old woman off her rear end and out of her comfort zone. Keep up the great work! Also, I wanted to let you know you can use multiple strands of a yarn at the same time to get the thick yarn look. You don't have to wait for Michael's.
Kim Dave : this was so soothing to watch. I can't knit or crochet but this turned so cool I'm feeling inspired
HeadLockMeLeeknow : Why am i watching this when i don’t even know how to crochet anyway that look so pretty
Alesha Toora : So, I just made this, following the tutorial (in beige as that's my favourtiittteee!!) Here are my points and what I personally learned:

1) FOLLOW THE INCHES SHE GIVES, NOT HOW MANY STITCHES TO CAST ON. For some unexplained reason, everything I made came out significantly smaller than it should have. When she tells you 'cast on 20 stitches' or whatever, just watch a bit more of the video and see how many inches long it should be on completion. For example, the '23 stitches' for the sleeve should be 8 inches wide. I am obviously a very tight crocheter compared to her, even though I did it REALLY loose.

2) I would recommend making the sleeves both longer and wider. I don't know if I just have really long arms, but my sleeves turned out too short for my liking. I would do 27 cast-on stitches instead of 23, and then do about 26-27 rows instead of 24. So only slightly longer and wider, but it will make all the difference. I would only recommend this if you have longer arms.

3) For the cuffs of the sleeves. I freestyled a lot of this cardigan, and the cuffs were one part I did. Hers was too loose for me, so I basically just did a bit more decreasing. In the end- if I remember correctly- my cuffs were 13 stitches all around. This fits perfectly for me.

4) Okay, so this is REALLY STUPID on my part, I am just adding to make sure no one else makes the same mistake. So, at 13:50, she says 'about 8 inches'. She tells you to cast on 20 stitches- which I did. After crocheting said panel, mine ended up only being about 9 inches wide, which made sense to me. Except I thought she meant WIDTH. In reality, she was talking about the height of the panel. The WIDTH should have been 13 inches wide. This was mostly a stupid mistake on my part- I just got confused. So this goes back to my point of using her inches guide instead of the stitches. I needed way more stitches than her to get to the desired 13 inches she stated. So yeah, check the 'inches' not 'stitches'.

5) My MAIN point. In the front panel section of the video, she tells you that you should stop decreasing about halfway through. 15:30 . So she tells us to stop decreasing, and just finish it with normal rows. Which I of course did. DON'T do this, just keep decreasing. Please. Doing the normal rows made it look so stupid I can't even tell you. It was all bent and just looked really weird. It had a dip in the middle and just didn't look great. I would STRONGLY recommend just keep decreasing to get that 'wide V-neck' she talks about.

6) She tells you to make your front panels 13 inches wide- which I did. I ended up making an extra piece and sewing it onto my 9-inch front panels. Point 4 So then it was 13 inches. I also got a bit confused here as well. She ends up sewing quite a bit into the cardigan because her front panels were too big. Obviously, mine ended up being 13 inches, which was too big as well. I will add all the measurements I would recommend at the bottom of this comment.

7) I didn't make any mistakes in the assembly, but just wanted to warn everyone to be REALLY CAREFUL on which ways your section is. Think it over a hundred times before actually sewing, please. It is really easy to mistake the 'nice side' for the 'bad side'. Just be cautious!

8) I would stick with bright colours for this project. As I already stated, I did mine in beige colours (still colour blocking) because it is my favourite colour. It just didn't have the same effect, however. I would stick with the colours she used- no doubt I am probably the only person that would ever decide to do it in beige haha.


Sleeves- I would cast on 27 stitches, and do 27-28 rows. 9 inches wide. I wouldn't give you an exact size for the length. Put it on your arm, allowing 2 inches for the cuff, and just make sure that the sleeves are about 2 inches above your elbow when bent. If it is below your elbow, keep going for a bit.

Sleeve cuff- Would recommend ending up with 13 stitches, and just going around until the correct size is found, for you! I would just do 5 rows of the 13 stitches. This worked out perfectly for me!

Front panels- I would aim for 11.5 inches wide. I don't exactly know how many stitches this is, but you can just measure if you decide to use my advice. For the first section (pink) I would still go with the 8 inches tall she recommended. I would go with 19.5 inches tall (in total including pink and purple sections.) This will work out perfectly!

Back panel- 26 inches wide. This for me was about 48 stitches if I remember correctly- please double check when you are actually doing it. Again why I recommend following inches, not stitches. I would again make this 19.5 inches tall. The pink will be 8 inches tall- just like the front panel.

Ribbing- I made mine the same as hers, just stretched it to give that 'sinched look. I can't give you reccomendations on this. I would just go with the 54 inches she reccomends, though, if you don't want to be sinched. I ended up with about 46 inches for mine.

So yeah, that's what I recommend. I really hope this helps! Let me know if anyone has any questions and I will happily answer them!! <3

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/사이즈 정보

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하의 정보
오프라인/로드샵 구매 제품이 많아 정확한 정보 알려드리기 어려운 점 양해 부탁드려요❣️

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