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Philly Raglan Sweater free pattern

Et voilà!
I can finally introduce him to you: the cozy one Philly Raglan Sweater. The Philly Raglan Sweater is easy to crochet, even for beginners.
It is not only cuddly soft, but also super light and very comfortable to wear. It also keeps you warm but is not too thick.

The Philly Raglan Sweater is crocheted with the soft Phil Light yarn by Phildar. This yarn consists of 53% acrylic, 29% polyamide, 18% wool and the best: you only need 4 balls of it for this cozy sweater in size M.

I crocheted this Raglan sweater in only one size, but changing the size is super easy and also makeable for beginners.

The free pattern is for size M.
For a smaller or larger size, you can simply omit stitches or add stitches.
It is important - so that the Philly Raglan Sweater fits you exactly - try on your work again and again!

Philly Raglan Sweater
Philly Raglan Sweater
Philly Raglan Sweater

NOTES

  • Pattern is for Size M
  • Each round is closed with a slip stitch in the first double crochet
  • The ch2 at the beginning of every row don't count as a stitch
  • The sweater ist crocheted top-down with raglan increases

    The pattern is written in US term

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Materials

For the Philly Raglan Sweater you need:

  • 3-4 skeins Phildar Phil Light
  • 4 mm hook
  • 5 stitch markers
  • Tape measure, scissors, sewing needle

Abbreviations

st = stitch
ch = chain
sl = slip stitch
dc = double crochet
fpdc = front post double crochet
bpdc = back post double crochet
dc2tg = double crochet 2 together (decrease)
pm = place marker

Free Pattern

Simply free crochet pattern Philly Raglan Sweater for beginners

ch82

Row 1
Start in 2nd ch from hook, 1 dc in each ch til end of row (80 st),
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 2
Alternating fpdc and bpdc til end of row,
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Row 3-4
Repeat Row 2 (keep in mind: on every bpdc crochet a bpdc and on every fpdc crochet a fpdc)

YOKE

Row 5
1 dc in next 12 st, (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into next stitch. [pm into ch1],
1 dc in next 16 st, (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into next stitch. [pm into ch1],
1 dc in next 23 st, (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into next stitch. [pm into ch1],
1 dc in next 16 st, (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into next stitch. [pm into ch1],
1 dc in each stitch til end of row, close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 6
1 dc in each st til first ch1-space (stitch marker!), (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into ch1-space,
1 dc in each st til second ch1-space, (1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into ch1-space,
1 dc in each st til third ch1-space,(1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into ch1-space,
1 dc in each st til fourth ch1-space,(1 dc, ch1, 1 dc) into ch1-space,
1 dc in each stitch til end of row, close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 7-20
Repeat Row 6

SEPERATE SLEEVES FROM BODY

Row 21
1 dc in each st til first ch1-space, 2 dc into ch1-space, ch4, skip all st til second ch1-space, 2 dc into ch1-space, 1 dc into each st til third ch1-space, 2 dc into ch1-space, ch4, skip all st til fourth ch1-space, 2 dc into ch1-space, 1 dc into each st til end of row, close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

BODY

Row 22
1 dc in each st til end of row (also in all ch4-st),
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Row 23
1 dc in each st til end of row,
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Row 24-48 (or desired length)
Repeat Row 23

Row 49-50
Alternating fpdc and bpdc til end of row, (keep in mind: on every bpdc crochet a bpdc and on every fpdc crochet a fpdc) .
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Row 51
Alternating fpdc and bpdc til end of row, (keep in mind: on every bpdc crochet a bpdc and on every fpdc crochet a fpdc) .
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.
Cut yarn and weave in ends

SLEEVES

Add a new yarn before or after the ch4 from Row 21 and ch2

Row 1
1 dc in each st til end of row,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 2
1 dc in each st til end of row,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 3-5
dc2tg, 1 dc in each st til 2 st remain, dc2tg,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 5-46 (or desired length)
1 dc in each st til end of row,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 47
*dc2tg, 1 dc in each of the next 2 st,* repeat *-* til end of row,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 48
*dc2tg, 1 dc in each of the next 2 st,* repeat *-* til end of row,
close the round with 1 ss into the first dc, ch2, turn

Row 49-50
Alternating fpdc and bpdc til end of row, (keep in mind: on every bpdc crochet a bpdc and on every fpdc crochet a fpdc)
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Row 51
Alternating fpdc and bpdc til end of row, (keep in mind: on every bpdc crochet a bpdc and on every fpdc crochet a fpdc)
close the round with 1 ssl into the first dc.

Cut off yarn and weave in ends.
Repeat all steps for second sleeve.


DONE 🙂

I hope you enjoyed crocheting and if you have any questions or suggestions, then write me a message , please

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Philly Raglan Sweater

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