Throwback Thursday: Julia Sweater

Date: 29th September 2016 | Category: TBT


This week, we're throwing back time to issue 33 and Amy Depew's snugly sweater.

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Featured in issue 33, Amy Depew's Julia Sweater is a comfortable Tunisian crochet jumper that is both functional and fashionable.

Why we love it: Worked from the top down, with raglan sleeve shaping this Tunisian sweater was unlike any we'd seen back in 2013. It's stylish yet oh-so-comfy and showcased, yet again, Amy Depew's skill with Tunisian crochet.

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Julia Sweater by Amy Depew

Find the full pattern in issue 33 of Inside Crochet magazine.

DIFFICULTY: Advanced

SKILLS USED:
Tunisian stitches

YARN USED:
Schachenmayr Bravo, 100% Acrylic, 50g/133m/145yds

Colours:

MC: Blue (8223)
CC: Silver (8205)

YARN ALTERNATIVES:
Substitute with any DK weight

NOTIONS:

5.5mm Tunisian hook
5mm hook
4 stitch markers
Buttons – approx 3cm/¼in

DESIGNER BIOGRAPHY:
Talented crochet designer Amy Depew is known for her fun designs and has a passion for Tunisian crochet.


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