I think the Macchiato Sweater & Beanie Crochet Patterns might be one of my all-time favorite sets.
I mean, Mommy and Me sweater and beanie sets are just precious, right? If you are looking for a fall family photo sweater, this is it. How adorable would this crochet sweater be for those Christmas cards? So if you want to crochet a sweater or beanie for this season but are a little nervous, don’t worry, I’ve got you. The Macchiato Sweater & Hat Crochet Patterns come with video tutorials.
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How To Purchase the Macchiato Patterns:
Adult Macchiato Crochet Sweater Pattern:
Purchase the Adult Pattern on WeCrochet: https://www.crochet.com/macchiato-sweater/g/17929220
Child Crochet Sweater Pattern:
Do I wish I had a little girl to wear this Macchiato Crochet Sweater? Yes, yes, I do, lol. So if you have a little one to crochet a sweater for, your own or someone else, I envy you. However, I did meet an adorable little girl in our neighborhood who was so shy and sweet. So until my sister gives me a niece (hey sis, for real if you are reading this), then I will have to borrow the neighborhood children.
The Adult size crochet pattern is available in size x-small to plus size 5x.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to snuggle up with a cloud? No more wondering with this soft textured sweater, it’s as cozy as it looks. The Macchiato Sweater is worked as a yoke sweater in one piece from the top down. The puff stitch rows in the yoke add a soft wreath like detail. The stitches are reminiscent of the puffy cream in coffee a barista turns into a piece of art.
Macchiato Crochet Sweater Video Tutorial:
And a Macchiato Beanie to Top it Off
Just like I like a full cup of coffee, I felt a Macchiato Beanie in Baby to Adult sizes would top off this set perfectly. Wear it with one pompom or even two! The beanie works up fast so it’s a great one for gifts or the marketplace. Learn how to crochet this beanie with the written pattern and video tutorial below.
Macchiato Beanie Video Tutorial:
Supplies for the Macchiato Sweaters and Beanie:
Removable stitch marker
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Pompom or Make Your Own, Click HERE
Wonderfluff Bulky (5 Weight) in Finley Heather by WeCrochet,
Bulky Weight Yarn
Macchiato Adult Sweater:
X-Small: 825 yds (754m)
Small: 850 yds (137m)
Medium: 950 yds (868m)
Large: 1,125 (1,029m)
1X: 1,225 (1,120m)
2X: 1,350 (1,234m)
3X: 1,475 (1,349m)
4X: 1,600 (1,463m)
5X: 1,800 (1,646m)
Macchiato Child Sweater:
1 Year: 300 yds (275m)
2 Year: 450 yds (411m)
4 Year: 500 yds (457m)
6 Year: 600 yds (548m)
8 Year: 700 yds (640m)
10/12 Years: 800 yds (731m)
14/16 Years: 850 yds (777m)
Baby: 80 yds (73 m)
Toddler: 90 yds (82 m)
Child: 100 yds (91 m)
Teen: 115 yds (105 m)
Adult: 125 yds (114 m)
Errata for Macchiato Sweater Size Small
For Rnd 16: Size small stitch count it 186.
For Rnd 17 and 18: Size small work in sts pattern without increasing.
Separate Body and Sleeves:
Rnd 1: Turn and ch 1, work in est st pattern for 48 (49, 58, 65, 72, 76, 82, 87, 93)sts, ch 8 (8, 6, 8, 8, 8, 8, 10, 10) for underarm sleeve, skip 42 (44, 48, 48, 48, 52, 52, 54, 54) sts for arm*; repeat from * to * one more time, join.
Rnd 1: Turn and ch 1, work in est st pattern 112 (114, 128, 146, 160, 168, 180, 194, 206) around body stitches including the chains under the arms, join.
Rnd 2: Turn and ch 1, work in est st pattern 112 (114, 128, 146, 160, 168, 180, 194, 206) around body stitches, join.
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