How to crochet an easy and quick pullover for beginners



So this is a very easy project to achieve especially before beginners, the only thing you need to make few separate pieces and know how to sew properly so you can join them together 

I have bought this yarn long ago and never decided to start thin project, but finally now it's ready and I'm happy I did it.
It is quite fast too, if you have control over your time, you can finish it in two days, especially we are using an easy stitch which is half double crochet.
I used this stitch backside it's as beautiful and neat as the single crochet ( but most crocheters including me don't like to use single crochet because it takes too long) and as quick as the double crochet however I don't really like double crochet in clothing unless you are using a beautiful pattern ( granny square, Chevron stitch)
So without further mumbling , scroll down to all the info required and written pattern, by the way, the yarn I used is 100./. Wool.




Materials:

Nako wool, Khaki
6 skeins or balls used
 4 MM crochet hook
cissors
sewing needle

gauge:

 10 ch, 7 rows, hdc ,4 mm crochet hook: 5cm wide/ 5 cm long

Abbreviations:

ch: chain
hdc: half double crochet
st: stitch


Written pattern.
Back and front 
ch 80.
hdc in the 3rd ch from the hook and every ch across 

Row 2: ch2, hdc in the same st, hdc in every st till end of the row.

Row3 to: Repeat row 2 till row 81
for each piece, front and back, you'll need 2 balls of yarn. or (81 rows)
Each piece measures :


For both arms

Ch 58.
Row 1:Hdc in the 3rd ch from the hook and in every ch across .

Row 2 :Ch 2, hdc  in every st.

Repeat row 2 for 40 rows



Attaching the back and front together:

Sew 24 stitches on each side ( refer to video)

laying the attached pieces flat, place one of the arm pieces in the middle of the sewed pieces

sewing middle of the arms in 17 cm each side.

start sewing from one side till the end of the arm piece and continue sewing on the side chest

Do the same for the other side.

For the collar edge.

Join the yarn using the same crochet hook on the side, preferably, ch 2, hdc in every stitch till back to starting point.
Row 2: ch 2, hdc front post stitch( yarn over, place hook behind previous stitch and out, work your hdc)
repeat the same for the rest of the stitches.

Repeat row 2 3 more times, fasten off.






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