Crochet Pattern - The Jessica Shrug - Slouchy Cardigan - Instant PDF Download

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We hand-make all items using our own designs and patterns, as well as use the finest, high-end yarn we can find. One-of-a-kind products only!

The Jessica Shrug pattern is worked up in repeating rows, with sleeves and collar crocheted directly into the original piece, so no sewing! Only two crochet stitch patterns are used. Counting stitches is not required for this pattern making it great for beginners, or for experienced crocheters relaxing in front of the TV. And the best part - you have permission to sell finished items!

Descriptions of each stitch are provided and how-to videos are linked for extra support. Materials required, diagrams, suggested yarn types, tips and tricks on troubleshooting as well as how to modify the pattern to suit you are all included.

The pattern is in PDF format for easy instant download - you will get an email link for the download once you have completed your purchase.

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Happy crocheting!

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Jan 8, 2018 by Judy Rastovsky
I bought this pattern a while back but haven't bought the #2 yarn to make it yet.
Nov 17, 2017 by Sue Stauffer Johnson
Despite having read the instructions multiple times, I've had to restart my work two times due to sizing errors and not matching the photograph in the picture. I really think it may be best if the creator just says 28 inches for base chain instead of "chain 95" as they don't match up. At least they don't with my stitches. Chaining with a larger hook in the beginning also caused my work to create a U-shape after so long. I just restarted with the smaller hook suggested and it's much straighter. Hoping the third time is the charm so I don't have to restart. It is still a /very/ pretty shrug that I'm hoping will come out just as lovely as the picture.
Sep 6, 2017 by Cait Sen