Easy Blanket Sweater Pattern To Keep You Looking Hot When It’s Cool Out

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It may sound funny, but wearing a blanket sweater has a lot of benefits. Those who have been blessed with really cold weather in the winter season could tell how useful blanket sweaters are. There are many ways to wear your over-sized sweater so you can look cool and stylish every day.  Easy Crocheted Blanket Sweater by Jessica Reeves Potasz is beautiful in every way and with a great shape. This super cozy, chunky, over-sized blanket sweater pattern has both a crocheted version and a knitted version. (Find the knitted version HERE).

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Easy Crocheted Blanket Sweater

You will need:

US Size K 6.5 mm Crochet Hook

3 skeins of Lion Brand Yarn Scarfie (Bulky Size 5) in Cream/Silver (150 g per skein) This sweater uses 354 grams of yarn including fringe detail

Scissors

Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Easy Blanket Sweater Pattern To Keep You Looking Hot When It’s Cool Out

Check out the original source for this Easy Crocheted Blanket Sweater pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Mama In A Stitch

Thanks to Jessica Reeves Potasz  for the article inspiration and featured image.

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45 Comments to Easy Blanket Sweater Pattern To Keep You Looking Hot When It’s Cool Out

  1. I have a question about the size…She said that is shown on a small but it will fit up to a large tighter obviously… She said to increase by about 10 for a large. How many would you increase the chain by for and X-large? She doesn’t want it to be tight.

  2. If you made this for someone what would you charge them? I know they say 3 times the yarn. The yarn was on sale for 5.00. It is kind of time consuming and 15.00 doesn’t seem like much or am I wrong?

  3. Don’t count the sale price in your pricing. It won’t always be on sale. If 3x the yarn cost is that low, I usually add $50 or so to the cost depending on the size

  4. Marlene, except for the age part, I agree. Also, I think for those of us who have a ‘little extra fluff’, maybe a solid color; at least for me, anyway.

  5. I agree I’m also thinking of making it without the fringe. All about Ami also has a cute shrug it’s without fringe she based it on a Lions brand pattern. Some things look good with fringe but I don’t really care for it hear

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