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Crochet Cable Stitch Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY

Crochet Cable Stitch Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY


for this project any category three
yarn will work but I used a half a skein of baby bernat sport yarn in baby taupe
and a quarter skein in popsicle blue as for tools a four and a half millimeter
hook scissors stitch markers and a tape measure there’s a written pattern down
below use offer Code TCDDIY for a discount watch to the end of the video
to learn how to enter this week’s giveaway using four stitches for this
project and it will be as follows chain slip stitch single crochet double
crochet and treble crochet this tutorials for a size small but you can
adjust it for your size and we explain how to in the video so let’s get started
getting this piece started we’re first gonna grab our category 3 yarn make a
slipknot grab our four and a half millimeter hook and start off by doing
some measuring so the first measurement that we’re going to make is going to be
from collarbone to collarbone and my measurement that I have is a total of
eight and a half inches or 22 centimeters so I’m going to start off by
making a chain of 35 and go ahead and grab your stitch markers because we’re
going to be inserting that into our last chain once when we have our chain we are
going to be grabbing our stitch marker and then inserting that into our last
chain that we made and then we’re gonna need to do another measurement which is
going to be from our collarbone down to where we want the bottom of our collar
to be and for me that is a total of nine and a half inches or 24 centimeters or
forty two chains once when we have that portion of our chain done we are going
to be grabbing our next stitch marker but right before we insert that in we’re
going to block off that last chain and do an extra chain above one because this
is going to be our bottom point and now we can insert our stitch marker into
that chain one that we just did mine is a different color just so I know what is
the top and what is the shoulder portion but you guys don’t have to that’s just
what I like to do so I know where I’m going
oh once when we have this we’re going to make just one last measurement from the
bottom of our collar up to our collar bone and this is going to be pretty much
the same measurement that we just made so and
nine and a half inches or 24 centimeters or another forty two chains and now that
we have our very long chain we are now going to connect it all so the first
thing we’re gonna have to do is just run our thumb along one side our chain
making sure that it’s not twisted right before we go in with our slip stitch so
that it is easier to go in with our next single crochet row once when we know
it’s not twisted we’re going to insert it into that first chain that we made
we’re going to yarn over and pull through everything and now we should
have a pretty decent looking triangle now that we have connected our two chain
ends together this is what our work should be looking like and the next so
we’re going to do is going to be just a simple row of single crochets while
maintaining just a few increases basically where our stitch markers are
at so let’s get that row started off together we don’t have a stitch marker
into this corner we’ll go ahead and grab one because we were about to insert it
so the first thing we’re going to do is just insert our hook into that first
chain that we made for ourselves with an increase of two single crochets so here
is one single crochet we’re going to go in with just one more here is our second
we’re going to grab our stitch marker and then insert it into that first
single crochet that we made or the one that’s closest to the bottom of our
collar so we’re just going to insert it into there and from here we’re just
going to be putting one single crochet into every chain that we have until we
hit our next stitch marker making sure that we’re going in towards our other
collarbone stitch marker making sure we’re not going down to the bottom so
I’ll meet you guys back once we make our way over to this point now that we
reached our next collarbone stitch marker what we’re gonna do from here is
take out our stitch marker for now and then we’re gonna go in with another
increase of two single crochets so there’s one there’s two now we’re going
to take our stitch marker and place it back into the increase of two that we
just made but now we’re going into the second single crochet that we just made
or the one that is also closest to the bottom of the collar so insert into
there and from here go all the way down with single crochet
until we hit our next stitch marker and then I’ll meet you guys back and now
that we have single crocheted all the way down to the bottom of our collar
where the point is going to be we can now take out this stitch marker and go
in with another increase but this time it’s going to be an increase of three
because we need to maintain this point so there’s one single crochet two and
then three all into that middle loop that we just took our stitch marker out
of once we have that take our stitch marker and then insert it into that
second single crochet that we just made because that is that middle loop once we
have that put one single crochet into every chain going all the way back up
and then slip stitch into this first single crochet that we have but right
before we do that make sure that this first single crochet row isn’t twisted
but once when we have slip stitch to a chain up of one and cut all right so we
are all finished up with our first row of our single crochet that goes around
our collar and the next thing we’re going to need to do is actually try this
on I’m giggling because this is a little unconventional but try this on and then
from here we’re going to measure from this bottom point all the way down to
where we want the bottom of this top portion to be so I have already measured
mine mine is going to be about seven and a half inches or 19 centimeters and it’s
going to be a total of thirty three chains but once when we have this we’re
just going to flip our work upside down because we want to be going in through
the back loop so we want to have a certain look for this so now that our
bottom point of our collar is flipped and faced away from us we’re going to
take out this stitch marker insert our hook into that middle loop insert our
yarn onto our hook and then from here we’re going to pull through and we’re
going to start off by making our chain and now that we have our chain what
we’re going to do from here is block off that last chain do a chain up of one
that counts as a single crochet and then into that loop that we blocked off or
the second chain from our hook we’re going to go in with a single crochet and
from here go ahead and go all the way down with one single crochet into every
chain that we have and we are going to stop once we hit that collar because
we’re going to do a chain up of one and cut and then we’re going to go in with
our secondary color all righty so we are back and this is
what we should have now we have our collar and a little tail hanging off the
edge because this is going to be what we’re gonna need to attach our cables to
but right before we go in with our cables we’re first going to go in with
our secondary color just as a I guess starter row for this color so what we’re
going to do is turn our work to the side and our tail should be on a right side
we’re going to be inserting our hook into this first back loop just like that
insert our yarn onto our hook pull through to a chain up of one to secure
and then from here we’re just going to do a back loop single crochets going all
the way up including into the collar until we hit our stitch marker that we
have right here which is our collar bone stitch marker once when we hit that
we’re going to do an increase of two single crochet just like how we did in
the first row and we’re going to insert our stitch marker into the first single
crochet that we did or the one that’s closest to the bottom and same dealio
over here back loop single crochet increase of two single crochet insert
your stitch marker into the second single crochet that you did or the one
that’s closest to the bottom and then do back loop single crochets coming all the
way back down and then I’ll meet you guys back once when we have one layer of
our secondary color so we are back and we have just gone all the way around
with a row of back loop single crochets when it came to our secondary color and
now we can start going in with our cabling so first of all taking a look at
our work making sure that the ribbing is faced up towards us we’re going to turn
our work on its side so that the tail end is facing to the right and then
we’re going to be inserting our hook into that corner loop that we have right
here so we’re going to insert we’re going to take our same secondary color
pull through and we’re going to start off by doing a chain out of 4 for our
cable once when we have our chain we’re going
to block off that last chain do a chain up of three that counts as a double
crochet and then into that loop that we blocked off we’re going to insert our
hook into that loop or the fourth loop from our hook with a double crochet and
from here go ahead and put one double crochet into every loop that we have
going back down our work once we have our row of double crochets we are now
going to attach it into the base so we’re going to be counting up one two
available loops insert your hook into that loop with a slip stitch to close
off that row and from here we’re going to insert our hook into that next
available loop to work our way up to the next from here we are going to go down
with the row of single crochet just putting one single crochet into every
loop because our cables need to be worked from the outside in
so we started off with four loops so here’s one two three and then four once
we have that we’re going to do a chain up of three that counts as a double once
we have that we’re going to do a bunch of front post troubles so let’s get that
started together we’re first going to do a yarn over up two and not counting that
turning chain or that chain above three we’re going to work our way behind this
next post so skip this one you’re gonna insert our hook behind that
next post we’re gonna yarn over pull through pull through two pull through
two pull through two and this straight up and down front post travel is what
we’re going to call a pillar in this tutorial so once we have that pillar
done now we’re going to start working on our cabling into these next three posts
so we’re gonna start off by doing another front post trouble but we are
going to be skipping this next double crochet post and then working our way
into the second available one that we have which is this one right here so
insert your hook behind there just like a regular front post trouble pull
through pull through pull through and we’re gonna be doing one more into that
next double crochet insert yarn over pull through pull through pull through
pull through and now we’re going to work our way back to that one double crochet
post that we skipped so that we get our twist forming our cable so we’re gonna
yarn over twice so you’re gonna insert your hook into that loop that we skipped
so I’m bringing it all back insert behind there here and over pull
through yarn over pull through two pull through two pull through two and that is
our first twist once when we have that we’re going to be counting up one two
available loops insert your hook into that second available loop to close off
this row once when we have that we are going to slip stitch into that next
available loop in our base flip our work and then work all the way across with
one single crochet into every loop and remembering once we do our single
crochet row we should always come out with four single crochets so just gone
all the way down with our single crochets just to refresh you guys one
more time we’re gonna do a chain above three that counts as a double crochet go
ahead and flip your work prepare for a front post trouble and do one pillar
into the previous front post trouble that goes straight up and down so insert
behind that front post trouble yarn over pull through pull through two pull
through two pull through two once we have that now we’re gonna start working
on our twists again so we’re going to prepare for a front post trouble we are
still gonna be skipping that next available post to go into and then
automatically go into that second one you guys might need to pull it apart a
little bit in order to see it but go ahead and insert your hook behind that
second one pull through pull through two pull through two pull through two and
then just like in the previous row we’re gonna be putting one more front post
trouble into the post right after that so yarn over twice front post trouble
insert pull through pull through two two two and then work our way back to that
one post that we skipped so yarn over twice here you know back to that one
that we skipped pull through pull through two pull through two and pull
through two now that we have that done we will be inserting into that second
available loop into the base one two hand slip stitch and we are just going
to keep doing rows two and three that we just did going all the way up until we
hit this nice little juncture that we have right here where our tail end meets
our collar then I’ll show you guys what to do from there making sure that you
guys end on a cable stitch row because we’re
gonna do something little fancy into the single crochet row so we’re back with
our cable stitches and we’ve just made it all the way up to this juncture that
we have right here and just let you guys know I have a total of 21 rows and now
that we are somewhere around here now we’re going to do just a little bit of
an extender out in this direction so that we can maintain this type of color
that we have right here and if you guys aren’t exactly right where this is if
you guys are just a couple loops off that’s totally fine just as long as you
guys are as close as you can it’ll all work out but once when we get here the
next one that we’re gonna go into is a row of single crochets so let’s get that
started off together all we’re gonna do into here is to try to pull it out in
the opposite direction so we’re going to first start off by doing a slip stitch
into the next loop that’s how we start all of our single crochet rows we’re
gonna flip our work and then insuit these first two loops that we have we’re
going to go in with a decrease of two single crochets so insert pull through
insert pull through we should have three loops on our hook yarn over pull through
all three and then on top of all these rows aka our single crochet rows we
should always end up with four loops on top so there is one right here we’re
gonna go in with one here is two three and then four in total just like that
once when we have that everything else is going to be exactly the same so do a
chain up of three flip our work and then maintain doing our table stitches just
like this going all the way up the side of our collar until we hit our stitch
marker up here which is right where our collarbone is and then once we get here
we’re going to cut and tie and then I will talk you through doing the other
side so this is what our caller is looking like once we have just one side
of our cable stitch all finished up and just let you guys know from the bottom
all the way up until I hit my stitch marker I have a total of 50 rows and now
are basically just going to do the same thing that we did here along the other
side but like I said in a previous clip is isn’t reversible so instead of
starting at the bottom we’re actually going to have to start up here with his
collarbone stitch marker is so we’re going to insert our hook into
that loop and just so you guys know I stopped one loop right before I got to
my stitch marker so I’m going to be inserting my hook into the loop right
underneath my stitch marker but if you guys stopped out your stitch marker
that’s completely fine but once we get here we’re gonna do the same thing we’re
gonna insert our hook pull through start off by doing a chain up before do a row
of double crochets working your way back and then do your cable stitches with
single crochets in between going all the way down until we hit this juncture
again because we’re gonna be doing a different kind of movement over here
with the single crochet row and then I’ll show you guys what to do once when
we get there and then everything else will be exactly the same so I’ll meet
you guys back in just a few rows alrighty so we have made our way down
with our cable stitches going down the opposite direction and then once when we
are about here where our juncture is we’re going to do another fancy edge
single crochet row so all we’re going to do to start that off is slip stitch into
that next available loop and just like the previous side if you guys are just a
loop or two off completely fine well go ahead and slip stitch up to work our way
up to that single crochet row just like that we’re going to flip our work and
then once when we get here what we’re going to do is we’re going to start off
by doing an increase on the side and then doing a decrease on the outside
because we’re going in the opposite direction of our first cables so into
this first loop we’re gonna go in with one two single crochets remembering that
we need to have four for every single crochet row so there are our first two
we’re just going to be putting one single crochet into that next available
loop and then into these next two we’re going to be doing a decrease of two
single crochets so insert pulls through next loop insert pull through yarn over
pull through all three and that is our work around this little divot that we
have right here into our juncture but once we have that we’re just going to
keep going all the way down with our cable stitches once we make our way all
the way down to the bottom we’re going to do a chain up of one and cut alrighty
so we are back and we have finished going in with our cable stitches and as
you guys can see I’ve actually also finished up going in with one of our
body margins but right before we go in with
our body portion this is gonna have a couple moving parts we’re gonna need to
go in with our little underarm detail which is this guy right here so getting
started on this cable underarm portion we’re gonna grab our same category 3
yarn our primary color grab our four and a half millimeter hook that we’ve been
using and we’re first gonna start off by making a chain that goes from the front
of our underarm to the back of our underarm and for me that’s a total of
three and a half inches or nine centimeters so I’m gonna start off by
making a chain of 15 once when we have our chain the first row that we’re gonna
do is just gonna be a row of double crochet so we’re gonna block off that
last chain do a chain up of three that counts as a double we’re gonna prepare
for a double and then insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off or
the fourth loop from our hook with a double crochet then from here just put
one double crochet into every loop that we have going all the way down our chain
now that we have a row of double crochet the first thing that we’re going to need
to do is insert our stitch markers and this is going to be the same for
everyone we’re just gonna mark off where we want our cables to start so from each
end we’re gonna count in 6 loops insert that stitch marker and then from the
other end count in 6 loops insert the next stitch marker and from here we can
get started but make sure you guys have your secondary color ready because this
is what it is ultimately going to look like this is a swatch that I did earlier
it’s a little bit too big that’s why we’re not using it but this is a general
idea of what it’s going to actually look like so how we’re gonna start this off
it start off by doing a chain up of 3 that counts as a double crochet we’re
gonna flip our work and then into this first double crochet post that we have
we’re going to start off doing a front post treble but we will not finish it
off because we’re going to be inserting our next color so we’re going to skip
this turning chain that we had in the previous row then we’re going to go into
this next double crochet post so we’re going to yarn over twice and we’re going
to insert our hook behind this double crochet post right here once when we
have that we’re gonna yarn over pull through that post we should have four
loops on our hook we’re gonna yarn over pull through two and then we’re gonna
yarn over pull through two and then instead of doing a yarn over and then
pulling through those last two we’re actually just going to grab our
secondary color and place on to our hook and we’re going to take
our secondary color and pull it through our two primary color loops once we have
that we can go ahead and tie the tail end to our primary color but don’t cut
the primary color because we want to keep that attached because we do not
want to keep cutting and tying this piece once when our secondary color is
nice and snug what we’re gonna do from here is start going in with our cables
so how that works is we’re going to start off with doing a yarn over of two
because we’re doing more front post troubles we’re gonna be skipping this
next double crochet post and then going into the one right after it so we’re
going to insert our hook behind that second double crochet post that we have
and we’re gonna do a front post treble so you’re an over pull through yarn over
pull through two yarn over pull through two and pull through two and we’re going
to be putting one more front post treble crochet into the post right after that
so into the one directly behind it just like that and then now we’re going to go
in with our twists that we have right here but when we go in with this last
twist we will not finish it off just like how we didn’t finish off this first
front post trouble because we’re going to be switching out for our primary
color so we’re gonna do a yarn over of two and we are going to bring our hook
all the way back to this post that we skipped so bring it on back over here
insert yarn over pull through we’re gonna yarn over pull through two yarn
over pull through two we should have two loops left on our hook we’re going to
take our primary color making sure that our working yarn for our color that
we’re not using is hanging out behind our work it could be in the front but it
just makes it a lot cleaner if it’s hanging out in the back but we’re gonna
grab our primary color we’re going to yarn over and then pull through those
two secondary color loops that we have on our hook and now we’re working with
our primary color and to close off this cable we’re just gonna do one more
regular front post trouble and by regular I mean straight up and down no
twists and no skips so we’re going to yarn over twice insert that into that
next post that we have and over pull through pull through two pull through
two and pull through two once we have that we can just go ahead and take out
this stitch marker and now we’re just gonna go in with double crochets going
all the way across until we hit our next marker but the first thing we’re gonna
want to do is count the amount of loops that we have in the previous row just to
make sure that we’re not doing any increases or decreases so from this post
to this post we have a total of five loops so we’re going to count five loops
in the back five and then we’re going to be inserting our hook into that six with
a regular double crochet for this row so prepare for a double crochet insert it
into that loop but when we’re doing this we need our secondary color to travel
with us to the other side so we’re just going to place our secondary color on
top of the loop that we just inserted our hook into and we’re just gonna leave
that there and then we’re going to double crochet like normal so we’re
gonna yarn over pull through pull through two pull through two and as you
guys can see our secondary color is nice and woven into our primary color double
crochet right here let’s do this one more time prepare for a double crochet
insert your hook into that next available loop making sure that our
secondary color is right on top of that we’re going to yarn over pull through
pull through two pull through two regular double crochet and we’re just
gonna keep doing this all the way down until we hit our next stitch marker and
then we’ll meet each other back so that we can do another cable so we are back
and I have just taken out my stitch marker but we’re about to do our cables
again into this next post and it’s going to be exactly the same way that we did
the first one so let’s get that started right now we’re still working with our
primary color we’re going to do a yarn over of two we’re gonna insert our hook
into that next post that we have yarn over pull through but we will be
switching it out at the end so that we can do our twist so we’re gonna yarn
over pull through two yarn over pull through two once we have just two loops
left we’re going to drop our primary color behind our work grab our secondary
color we’re gonna yarn over pull through those two primary colors that we have on
our hook and from here we’re going to do the same cabling that we did in the
other section so let’s just do that together really quickly we’re going to
yarn over twice skip that next post and then insert your hook behind that next
post that we have with a front post treble just like before there’s our
first front post trouble we need to do one more into the post right after that
so yarn over twice insert your hook into that next post
pull through pull through pull through and then we’re gonna work back into the
post that we’ve just previously skipped so yarn over twice insert into that post
that we skipped your and over pull through pull through two pull through
two once we get here we do need to do another straight up-and-down front post
trouble so we’re going to switch out our work again so make sure that your
working yarn that you’re not using is behind our work grab your primary color
at this point place that onto our hook pull through the two secondary color
loops that we have and now we’re working with our primary color and from here
we’re just going to do one front post trouble that is straight up and down so
do a yarn over up to insert into that next post that we have and now our cable
section is nice and done on both sides just like that and then just to finish
off this row we’re gonna do a regular double crochet into that last loop that
we have right here and then once when we have this we’re going to do a chain up
of one flip our work and then we need to make our way over to this other side so
that we can start doing our cabling again but the way that we’re gonna do
that is first go in with six single crochets and the six single crochets
goes over our cabling so it’s going to go over this section and this section as
well but for this middle section that we have for however many loops that you
guys have you guys are going to be going in with back loops slip stitches so
let’s do that together we’re going to flip our work and we also need our
secondary color to travel with us to this other side so we’re going to be
hiding it in with us with our single crochets as well so let’s just get that
started we are going to first insert our hook with a single crochet into this
first loop we should end up with six single crochets right before we start
doing our back loops so what I like to do since my secondary color is about
right here into my third loop I like to pick it up and then just go in with a
single crochet this is basically the same technique that we did for the
double crochets in the middle so as you guys can see our secondary color that
needs to travel with us is right in the middle of our single crochet and it
won’t be moving around anywhere but we have a total of one two three we need to
do three more single crochets here is three four five and then six right
here and now well let’s not split the yarn let’s try
that again six there we go and once when we are here we should be at this middle
point so once when we get here we’re gonna do back loop slip stitches and I
only have three loops to go into so I will be doing that myself but our
secondary color cannot travel in between art slip stitches so it’s just gonna
hang out behind our work and then once we start doing our single crochets on
this other side we’re gonna tuck it in again so we’re just gonna want to make
sure that our secondary color is still hanging out behind our work just like
how this is right here then we’re gonna go in to that back loop with a slip
stitch so insert into that back loop yarn over pull through everything into
that back loop pull through everything and keep doing this all the way down
until you guys hit your cable again and I just so happen to be there so what I’m
gonna do from here is just go in with single crochets from here going all the
way down but I do need to interweave my secondary color so I’m just going to
insert my hook into that next single crochet loop making sure that my
secondary color is hanging out on top of that loop and then single crochet we’re
just going to keep doing this all the way down until we don’t have any more
loops left to go into and then I’ll meet you guys back so we can do one more row
of our cabling and then I’ll let you guys go from there so you’re now at the
end of our single crochet to slip stitch row and what we’re going to do from here
is flip our work so that we can do more cabling and as you guys can see our
secondary color did follow us over to this side as well so we’re all in good
shape so how we’re going to start off this next row is by doing a chain up of
three so here’s one two three we’re gonna flip our work and then basically
everything that we did in the previous row we’re just gonna do the same thing
so I’m just going to show you guys one more time so into this first front post
trouble that we have we’re going to do a yarn over of two and we’re going to
insert it behind that first front post trouble that we had in the previous row
and then we’re going to start it off but not finish it off completely because we
need to switch out our colors to our secondary color so once we have just two
loops left we’re going to drop our primer
color grab our secondary color we’re going to yarn over and pull through
those two loops and now we can do our cabling which is the same thing that we
did in the previous rails so do a yarn over up two we’re going to need to
separate our cable just a little bit and then we’re gonna insert our hook behind
this middle post that we have right here so insert just like that pull through
yarn over pull through two pull through two pull through two once we have that
we need to go into that next one as well so yarn over twice into that next post
pull through pull through two two and two and then from here we need to go in
with our twist so yarn over twice and then we’re going to insert our hook
behind this first post that we skipped but we are not going to finish it off
because we need to switch out for our primary color so we’re going to bring it
on back over here insert your Anne over pull through pull through two pull
through two and before we do a yarn over and pull through two of those last two
we’re gonna drop our secondary color pick up our primary and pull through two
once when we have that we’re going to do a yarn over of two and then do this last
front post double crochet that we have for this cable section right into the
previous front post treble just like that and then once when we have this we
are at this middle section and now we’re just going to go in with back loop
double crochets while hiding in our secondary color as well so we’re first
going to take a look at the back and count out five loops one two three four
five we’re going to yarn over then insert our hook into that six loop and
then once when you guys are inserting your hook into that six loop it could
pick up this little strand that we have back here where we were bringing our
secondary color over that is totally fine I actually prefer that but once we
have that we’re going to make sure that our secondary color is laying on top as
well yarn over pull through pull through two
pull through two regular double crochet we’re going to keep doing back loop
double crochets until we hit our next cable and I am right here so we’re going
to do the next cable together again so starting off this next cable it’s going
to be exactly the same way that we did the first one but let’s just do this
one more time anyways so we’re gonna do a yarn over it to insert your hook
behind that first front post trouble with another front post trouble but
don’t close it off completely because we’re going to switch out our colors
once we have just these two loops on our hook so we’re gonna drop our primary
pick up our secondary yarn over pull through two and now we’re about to do
our twists so we’re gonna do a yarn over to insert your hook behind this middle
post that we have right here yarn over pull through pull through two two two
and then we’re gonna go into that next one as well so yarn over twice behind
pull through two two two two now we have to do our twist so yarn over twice
insert your hook into this first front post that we skipped but we’re not going
to close it off so pull through pull through two pull through two drop our
secondary color yarn pick up our primary yarn over pull through two once we have
that we’re just going to close this off with a front post treble and then a
double so here’s one front post trouble and then just to close off this row to
make it nice and even do a double and that is the first few rows of our
cabling and we’re just going to keep doing this until you end up having the
height that we want and I’m going to keep going until I have a total of 29
rows and that is a total of seven inches or 18 centimeters so I’ll meet you guys
back once when I have all of that done and then I will go in with a row of
single crochet along the edges with you guys and then we’ll do this just one
more time okie dokie so we are all back with our underarm cable stitch section
and it’s looking pretty great and as you guys can see I did actually end up on my
cable stitch and double crochet row so I just ended it off with a row of single
crochet on top just to clean things up but if you guys end it on your single
crochet to back loop slip stitch that’s totally fine
just do whatever you guys think is more pretty but this is how I ended mine off
but since we’re here actually didn’t cut my primary color yet we’re just going to
go all the way down with the row of single crochet cut and tie and then go
all the way down this side with the row single crochet as well
once we have our single crochets we’re going to count them out so that we know
just about how many loops we need to have once when we go in with our body
sections so that’ll make more sense in a couple Clips but what we’re gonna do
from here is do a chain up of one flip my work and then into this section that
we have right here we’re gonna be working into a bunch of side double
crochets and side single crochets so in two here we’re just going to be putting
two single crochets into each side double and then one single crochet into
each side single so let’s do that together we can actually cut our
secondary color I do not need this anymore
and then what we’re gonna do from here I’ll tie that in later is into this
first set of side double crochets we’re gonna go in with one single – single
into that same loop into this side single right here here’s one single side
double here is one ish and two and then side single here’s one and then go ahead
and keep doing this all the way down once you guys get to the end cut and tie
and then actually do the same thing along the other side and then once when
we have that done go ahead and do another one of these including these
single crochets that goes along the other side and then we can get started
on the body portion okay so I’m sure y’all can tell I already have one side
of this already all finished up and we’re gonna start working on the other
side next the first thing we’re going to want to do for both sides is actually
just start with a row of single crochet going along our little turning chain
that we have right underneath our pillar for this collar section going all the
way down just putting two single crochet into each of those so we’re gonna start
at the top and then we’re going to insert our hook into this corner loop
insert our yarn onto our hook pull through it and then into each side
double crochet we’re going to be going in with two single crochets so here is
one single crochet and then here’s two in an in-between each of our side double
crochets we do have a single crochets so into that single crochet just put one
single crochet and go ahead and keep working your way all the way down just
like that so two singles into each side double one single into each
side single and then I’ll meet you guys back once we make our way down at the
bottom so we have just gone in with our first row of single crochet and as you
guys can see I do have a stitch marker into this little divot that we have
right here and just let you guys know my stitch marker is actually into the 40 40
35th loop counting from the bottom but yours can be adjusted to higher or lower
just wherever you see fit that is right where this divot is
because we’re going to have some decreases along this side so since we’re
at the bottom once when we work our way up to the top we’re going to talk about
just a little shouldered chunk but this is going to be completely up to you guys
because this cabling that we have also counts as our shoulder chunk so I
actually don’t want mine to be any bigger than this I’m just going to do
one row that reaches all the way up and then we’re going to start doing
decreases right here for our armhole so we’re first gonna do is do back loop
slip stitches going all the way up until we hit our stitch marker once we hit our
stitch marker we’re gonna be doing a decrease of two so that we can count for
this little divot that we have and do back loop slip stitches going all the
way up and then I’ll meet you guys back once we get right here just we can do
the decrease together and then we’ll work our way up so once when we get here
we’re just going to do a chain up of one flip our work oh wait it was already
flipped flip our work and then we’re going to go into this first back loop
with a slip stitch so insert your an over pull through everything next loop
yarn over pull through everything and keep doing this until we hit our stitch
marker in a divot so we are now at our stitch markers so what we’re gonna do is
insert our hook into that loop we’re going to take our stitch marker out for
now we’re gonna put it back in in a second here and over pull through into
that next back loop yarn over we should have three loops and from here we’re
just gonna pull through everything on our hook and we’re going to insert a
stitch marker back into that guy because we’re going to maintain doing decreases
right where this is well once we have that just do back loop slip stitches
once into every back loop all the way up until we don’t have any more loops left
and then I’ll meet you guys back so we can talk about this just a little bit
okay so as you guys can see I have made my way all the way up to this last loop
that we have and I’m actually going to stop having a little shoulder chunk
because we’re going to start doing a decrease
but if you guys want your shoulder chunk to be a little bit longer just keep
going back and forth until this is long enough for you guys but make sure that
when you guys are working your way down our work going down towards the bottom
of the top you guys don’t do any decreases so really quickly the
consensus of the stop is once we’re working our way up you’re going to do a
decrease here work our way down you know decrease in the middle so once
when we have this portion once we have our shoulder chunk all done I’m going to
work all the way down with my back loop slip stitches no decrease here and then
we’re going to do a chain up of one once we get to the end work our way back up
maintain that decrease and then I’ll actually meet you guys back once we get
all the way up here leaving the last three loops because
they’re going to do a decrease into the third and second to last and then just
leave that last loop open so got it decreases a decent amount for us so go
ahead and work your way down work your way back up remembering to maintain this
decrease and then I’ll meet you guys back up here okay so we are back and we
have left the last three loops up at the top right after we have our shoulder
chunk and like I said before we’re going to be doing a decrease of two into the
third and second to last so let’s go into that first back loop or I guess the
third to last back loop yarn over pull through second-to-last back loop yarn
over pull through we’re gonna leave this one open because we want it to decrease
a decent amount so from here all we’re gonna do is yarn over pull through all
three and that’s what we’re gonna do every time we’re working our way up to
our shoulder chunk and when we’re working our way down we are going to do
another decrease so we’re gonna do a champ of one flip our work and into
these first two back loops we’re gonna do a decrease so insert pull through
next back loop yarn over pull through everything on our hook and then since
we’re working our way down we’re just gonna go all the way down putting one
back loop slip stitch into every loop that we have and then let’s lay this guy
nice and flat so I can show you guys what we’re going to do for the rest of
this piece okay so we are now here so I’m just gonna talk you guys through the
rest because the pattern is going to be exactly the same it’s just going to keep
shrinking until it can’t shrink anymore basically until we have the same size on
the side that we have right here as we have for our little cable stitch section
that we just made for ourselves in one of the previous clips
so basically what we’re gonna do just for this pattern when we’re working our
way up we are gonna always maintain this decrease that we have right here into
this divot and then also leave the last three loops and then we’re going to do a
decrease of two back loops slip stitches into the third and second-to-last
leaving the last loop just like how we just did up here and then when we’re
working our way back down towards the bottom of the top we’re gonna do a
decrease of two into the first two loops and then do back loop slip stitches
going all the way down we are not going to do a decrease at the divot working
our way down and we’re actually just gonna keep going back and forth like
this until this decrease reaches our underarm and you’re also gonna want to
make sure that it has the same amount of loops on the side as we have for our
little cable underarm portion that we just made for ourselves so if you guys
need to decrease more feel free and when you guys are putting it up to yourself
just make sure that you guys are stretching it out because it does
stretch quite a bit as well and since I already know how many rows I’m gonna do
I’m just gonna keep going until I have a total of 18 rows alrighty we are back
and we have just finished up going in with this front body panel and I have
attached my underarm portion over here so we’re just going to attach the other
one over here as well so this is going to be fairly simple all we’re going to
want to make sure is that our cabling is sandwiched in towards each other so
we’re just going to make sure that the cabling is faced up towards us I’m going
to flip this guy over and then we’re going to be inserting our hook in
through this corner making sure we’re going in through the front panel and the
back panel at the same time once we have that we’re going to be inserting our
yarn onto our hook pull through and do a chain up of one to secure and very
simply we’re just going to be inserting our hook into the first available loop
into the front panel and then the next available loop into the back panel and
then single crochet and we’re just going to keep doing that all the way down
until we don’t have any more loops left to go into then go ahead and do the same
thing that we just did here along the other side alright so we are back and we
have just attached both of our underarm pieces and now we are ready to get
started on the back so the first thing we’re gonna have to do before we flip
this over is actually just count this first row of single crochets that we did
that close from all the way down here all the way down to the bottom and then
however many single crochet loops you guys have we’re going to insert our
hook into the back and make a chain count of the same number so into our
collar that we have right here just simply into the next available loop that
we have just insert our hook into there now once when we have that we’re gonna
start off by making a chain of the same number count as we have in the front and
just let you guys know I have a total of seventy six single crochets so I’m gonna
make a total of seventy six chains now that we have our chain we’re going to
block off that last chain do a chain up of one and then we’re gonna insert our
hook into that loop that we blocked off or the second chain from our hook with a
slip stitch and from here we’re going to do one slip stitch into every chain that
we have going all the way up and I’ll meet you guys at the end so that we can
connect it into the base together and now that we made our way back with our
row of slip stitches we are going to insert our hook into that next available
loop to close off this row and once we have that we are going to slip stitch
into that next available loop flip my work and then go in with back loop slip
stitches so let’s just do the first little bit together insert our hook into
that first back loop yarn over pull through everything back loop insert yarn
over pull through everything now we’re just gonna keep doing this going all the
way down our chain that we just made work our way back up slip stitch it into
the work the same way that we just did and then keep going back and forth just
like that until we don’t have any more loops left to go into into our collar
then I’ll meet you guys back because we are gonna have to do a little shoulder
chunk and then this build down for our armhole as well so we’re back and we
have now gone into every loop that we have into the back portion of our collar
and we are all done with this solid piece and now we’re just gonna have to
do basically a little shoulder chunk to match this sum that we have right here
and then this decrease section that we have here so that we can attach it to
our underarm portion so since I ended at the bottom what I’m gonna do is work my
way back up with back loop slip stitches but obviously we’re not gonna have
anything left to go into so I’ll meet you guys back once when we get into this
last loop that we have or if you guys ended up here just do a chain up of one
and then I’ll meet you guys back in about two seconds so that we can do the
rest together now that we have made our way all the way up we didn’t have any
more loops to go into into the base so what we’re gonna do from here is just do
a chain out of one and then do back loop slip stitches going all the way back
down and we’re gonna keep going for however many rows we
need in basically we’re just gonna count how many loops we have for our cable
stitch that we have right here so we should have four plus the rows that we
came up here on the side for our shoulder chunk and I only came up for an
extra row so I’m gonna keep going back and forth until I have a total of five
rows but you guys can make this as big or as small as you guys need to
accommodate this length that you guys have right here but then once when you
guys have that I’ll meet you guys back so that we can start doing our decreases
so we’re back with our little shoulder chunk that we have right here and this
looks significantly smaller than the shoulder chunk that we have here but
keep in mind that it does stretch out quite a bit so once when we go to
connect it it’ll all work out but once when we get here we are going to now do
some decreases that matches the decreases that we have right here so
since I’m up on the top we’re gonna do a little decrease of two and then work our
way down so how we’re gonna do that is do a chain up of one flip our work and
then into the first two back loops we’re gonna do a decrease of two back loops
slip stitches pull through pull through everything then once we have that we’re
gonna do back loop slip stitches going all the way down once we make it down to
the end do a chain up of one flipper work and then come all the way back up
leaving the last five loops because we’re going to be doing a decrease into
the 5th 4th 3rd and 2nd back loop and then leaving the last one so go ahead
and do that and then I’ll meet you guys back so we’re back with our back loop
slip stitches coming all the way up and we have left our last five loops and
we’re going to be doing decreases of two into the next set of two so let’s do
this together we’re gonna insert into that first back loop pull through next
back loop yarn over pull through everything we’re gonna do one more of
that insert pull through insert pull through everything and we left that last
back loop because we left that last loop in the front and we need everything to
be nice and even once we have that we’re gonna do a chain up of one flip our work
and then once we have that do one decrease of two back loop slip stitches
into the first two back loops and do back loop slip stitches going all the
way down once we make our way back up we’re gonna do the same thing that we
just did here we’re going to leave our last 5 loops do a decrease of two back
loop slips into the fifth and fourth to last to another
one into the third and second to last and leave that last loop chained up of
one flip your work and do the same sequence all the way down all over again
until this portion right here is shrinks all the way down until we have the same
amount of loops as our underarm portion that we made for ourselves previously
and then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can connect it all together so we
have just made our way all the way down with our decreases and we have a total
of 23 rows just counting from our shoulder chunk down to where we have
stopped and just so happens to be the same amount of loops that we have here
as we have on this little underarm portion right here and once when we have
this we can now attach it all so what we’re gonna do is make sure that it is
flipped so that all of our seams are facing the same direction and then once
when it is we are going to be inserting our hook into this corner and also
insert your hook into this other corner right here I’m going to yarn over pull
through everything and it’s gonna be the same deal that we’ve done for every
other seam so far we’re gonna insert our hook into that first available loop into
the front panel and then into that next available loop into the back panel and
then single crochet and then that is it go ahead and keep doing this all the way
up and then once when we have this entire piece done I’ll meet you guys
back just to show you guys where to insert your hook for the other shoulder
chunk and underarm piece and then I’ll let you guys do the rest from there
we’ve now just finished up attaching our underarm portion to our back and what
we’re going to do from here is just show you guys where to insert your hook so
where I ended up right before I started doing my shoulder chunk was that I ended
up down here at the bottom and then I worked my way up and then did everything
back and forth that way so since I ended on the bottom on this side I’m going to
start on the bottom on this other side so that it can match and then just do
the same exact thing that we did on the other side and then seam it into the
underarm portion so I’ve just finished up going in with the side portion and
now we’re going to seam up the shoulders and if you guys are wondering why
everything is flipped wrong side out it is because this shoulder portion needs
to be done in that way so that all of our seams are facing the same side so as
you guys can see I have already done this one so let’s do this next one
together and if yours is like mine where the back portion looks SuperDuper tiny
that’s totally fine because it does stretch
so what we’re first going to do is insert our hook in through the closest
loop that we have into the front panel and then into the first set that we have
into the back panel which just so happens to be this one right here insert
our yarn onto our hook pull through we’re gonna start off by doing a single
crochet and then this is actually going to be the same way that we seemed to
pretty much everything else I just wanted to come and remind you that we
did do the correct amount of rows from this inner corner to this outer end
right here so that we had the same amount of rows as we have loops in the
front so just make sure that you guys are going in between each of the rows so
here’s one row here’s the second here’s the third and then so on and so forth so
just make sure that you guys are doing that and then just keep doing that all
the way down once you guys get to the end do a chain of a1 and cut and then do
the same thing to the other side so I’ve just finished up seaming in our shoulder
portions and now we’re going to start working on our little shoulder cuff that
we have right here as you guys can see I already have one done on this side so
we’re just gonna do the next one together so the first thing we’re gonna
have to do is just go in with a row of single crochet that goes around our
entire armhole that we have so the first thing we’re gonna do is insert our hook
into one of these little loops that we have into this little cable underarm
portion right here and then from here we’re just going to single crochet going
all the way across but once when we make our way up to this point we have a bunch
of kind of loops for us to go into so go ahead and just eyeball it as best as you
can but continue doing the single crochet is going all the way around our
work and then slip stitch into the first single crochet once and you guys make it
to that then I’ll meet you guys back swing get started on the cuff we’ve just
made it all the way around and we have slip stitched into this first single
crochet that we made and from here we’re just going to do little extenders that
get wider at the higher we get so let’s just take a look at this side really
quickly as you guys can kind of tell we start off with some single crochets two
half double crochets two double crochets and once we get to the top of the
shoulder you guys can tell that it gets a little bit wider gradually and we’re
just going to do the same thing on the other
side and this is going to be different for everyone so we’re just going to
eyeball from here about to where we want our half double crochets to start to
expand this work so single crochet to about here half double to about here and
then double crochet going all the way up and over and then whatever we did on
this side we’re going to repeat it along this side as well so I’m just going to
do a couple back loop single crochets to show you guys how to start this off now
that we have slip stitched into this first one we’re gonna do a chain above
one and then for me since I’ve already done the other side I will be doing just
about 13 back loop single crochets once we came back with our first view back
loop single crochets I’m now going to go in with a couple back loop half double
crochets and I’m gonna be going in with six until I’m ready to start expanding
even more and I’m gonna go around with double crochets after that so I’m just
gonna go ahead and start off by doing six back loop half double crochets and
now that we’re done doing our back loop half double crochets we’re gonna count
and see how many loops we have on this side before we start doing our double
crochets and we’re going to be inserting our stitch marker on the other side so
that we have a similar number count on the other side so I have a total of 19
loops filled out so I’m going to count from here going up 19 and I’m inserting
my stitch marker into that loop and then from where our hook is at all the way up
and over our shoulder so where our stitch marker is we’re going to do back
loop double crochets and now that we’ve made around to our stitch marker with
our back loop double crochets now we’re just going to go down with back loop
half doubles and so we have the same amount of back loop at doubles on this
side as we do on the other side and then finish it off with back loop single
crochets and this is actually going to be the pattern for it as wide as you
guys want your shoulder cuff to be so once when you guys get down to the end
do a slip stitch into that first single crochet do a chain up of one and then
continue doing back loop singles to back loop half doubles two doubles coming all
the way around to back loop half doubles back loops symbols again and I’m just
gonna keep going until I have a total counting this first single crochet row
until I have a total of four rows just like how I have on this side and then
I’ll meet you guys back once we have both of our little shoulder cuffs
finished up so we have just finished up going in
with our little shoulder cuff right here and the next thing we’re gonna do is
just go around with a row of single crochet along the bottom just to clean
up the edges so we’re gonna take whatever color we want our single
crochet to be ours is going to be our primary color and then from here we’re
just going to insert our hook into any one of these loops does not matter which
one you’re just gonna go all the way around with a row of single crochet and
for these portions where we don’t have any real loops for us to go into we’re
just going to need to eyeball it a little bit just make sure that we don’t
put too many into one section otherwise it’ll stay stretched out and then it
won’t hug your body the way it’s supposed to so go ahead and just do that
all the way around once we get to the first single crochet we’re gonna slip
stitch into that guy do a chain up of one end cut and now that we just
finished doing our row of single crochet we are now going to go in with the
bottom border so now we’re gonna take our secondary color and just do a row of
single crochet with our secondary color along the top so super samey what we’re
gonna do is insert our hook into any one of these loops it doesn’t matter which
one pull through do a chain up of one to secure once we have that just go all the
way around put in one single crochet and do every loop that we have and then I’ll
meet you guys back so that we can do the next row and we made it all the way back
around our secondary color we’re just going to slip stitch into this first
single crochet that we made for ourselves we’re gonna yarn over pull
through and do a chain up of one to secure and we’re just gonna go in with
one more row of single crochet on top of this so exactly the same with our
primary color and then we can actually go in with the border as well so go
ahead and cut this grab your primary color do a row of single crochet I’m
gonna meet you guys back and now that we are here we have slip stitched into this
first single crochet that we made for ourselves and now we’re going to go in
with the height of the bottom border so I want mine to be about 2 inches or 5
centimeters so I’m going to start off by making a chain of 7 once when I have my
7 I’m going to do an additional chain up of 3 so block off that last chain chain
up 1 2 3 prepare for a double crochet and then into that chain that we blocked
off or the fourth chain from our hook we’re gonna go in with a double crochet
and from here just go all the way down putting one double crochet into every
loop that we have and then I’ll meet eachother back
so that we can slip stitch into the base together now that we’ve gone down with
our double crochets what we’re gonna do from here is slip stitch into that
second available loop that we have into the base so into this first one no we’re
gonna count up one count of two into that second one insert your hook we’re
gonna yarn over pull through everything and now our first row of double crochets
is finally nice and attached and what we’re gonna do from here is slip stitch
up the next to available loops as well so here is one and then here’s two that
works so I up to the next row we’re gonna flip our work and then from here
we’re going to go in with back loop double crochets so all that is is
preparing for a double crochet insert our hook into that back loop with a
double crochet so we get some ribbing and then once when we make our way all
the way to the end we’re going to do a chain up of three flip our work and
continue to do more back loop double crochets and we’re going to do that all
the way down until we get to the base and we are going to slip stitch it into
the second available that we have into the base just like how we just did to
close off that row and then in order to work our way up to the next row we’re
going to slip stitch up the next to available loops flipping our work and
then do more back loop double crochets and we’re just going to keep going back
and forth just like that until we don’t have any more loops left to go into
we’ll meet each other back so that we can seam it up together and then we’ll
finish this off together so we are back with our bottom man and we have just
made it all the way around and what we’re gonna do from here is just seam it
up the only thing that we need to make sure we do is that it slips wrong side
out so that our seam is face the inside so since its face right side out right
now instead of flipping the entire thing over I’m just going to sandwich it in
this way so that we don’t need to flip everything around so I’m just gonna
insert my hook back onto my work and then once when I have that I’m going to
do a single crochet making sure we’re going in through at the front and the
back panel at the same time so into the first available loop into the front
panel and then into the same available loop into that back panel if my hook
will go through we’re going to yarn over pull through pull through we just kind
of single crochet all the way down once we make it to the end do not cut and tie
because they’re going to go in with a single crochet row around with our
primary color and then one more right after that with our secondary color and
then we’ll done with this bottom row I’ll meet you
guys back once when we are done seaming up our bottom band so now that we have
just seemed up our bottom band if we flip this inside out you guys can see
that the seam is right there but once when we have that we’re just gonna go
across with the row single crochet with our primary color first and this is
going to be fairly simple we’re just gonna go into each of these side double
crochets with two single crochets just like that into this next side double
crochet here is one and two single crochets we’re just gonna keep doing
this all the way around until we hit this first single crochet that we made
for ourselves we’re going to slip stitch into there do a chain up of one and cut
and then just go straight in with your secondary color just putting one single
crochet into every loop that we have going all the way around slip stitch
into the first one chain up one and cut and then we’ll get started on the hood
and then we will be all done okay so we are back and we have finished the bottom
border and what we’re going to do next is go in with our hood and the first
thing you guys are going to want to do is try this on and then figure out just
about where you guys want your hood to start keeping in mind we will have just
a single crochet border along the outside so we’re going to need one
available loop along the outside of our stitch markers as well but just to let
you guys know from the bottom all the way up until where I have my stitch
markers I have a total of six and a half inches or 17 centimeters or if we’re
counting from the bottom I counted up 32 this end
counted up 30 this end and then insert my stitch marker and from here we’re
going to start off by doing back loop double crochets and we’re going to be
increasing into every six for this row and the row after so let’s get this
started together I’m just going to first take a look at my work making sure that
everything is faced right side out and then it’s faced up towards me I’m going
to turn my work to the side and then we’re going to work into the right side
I’m just gonna insert my hook into this loop that my stitch marker is in well
let’s take this out first be a little bit easier insert my hook into that
stitch marker making sure that we’re going in through the back loop we are
going to make a slipknot insert that onto our hook pull through and I’m going
to start off by doing a chain up of three so here’s one two and three once
when we have that three I’m going to do another four on top of that
so once in this chain up of three is done that counts as one so I’m going to
do four more and then it will come out to five in total so go ahead and do four
more back loop double crochets to have five in total and I’ll meet you guys
back so that we can do our increase into the six so our back and we now have our
five double crochets including this chain up book three sir is one two three
four five and into the six we are going to do an increase of two double crochet
making sure we’re going into that back loop so here is one double crochet and
then here is two into that loop once we have that we’re just going to do this
all over again all the way down until we hit our next stitch markers so what this
is is five double crochet increase of two into the six five double crochet
increase it to into the six then I’ll meet you guys back once we make our way
down to this point and I’ll show you guys what to do from there
okay so we have just made our way all the way around with our first row of
double crochets it was back loop double crochets by the way where we’re
increasing into the sixth loop and we’re about to go into our second row which is
exactly the same – the back loops so do five double crochets and do an increase
of two into the six once when we have that we’re just going to maintain doing
this going all the way around until we hit the end and then from there we’re
actually not gonna do anything else from there unless if you want a really big
hood then go ahead and keep increasing but I’m just gonna keep going back and
forth with just one double crochet into every loop that I have until we get the
height that we want so I’ll meet you guys back once we’re at the end of the
second row just to remind you guys and then I’ll let you know how many rows and
how many inches / centimeters I’ll have once I’m done with the hood okay so we
are all back and we have two rows of our increases into every six loop and then
from here like I said in the previous clip I’m just going to work my way all
the way up with double crochets just putting one into every loop and I’m just
gonna keep going up until I have a total of 22 rows and that’s actually going to
come out to 12 inches or 30 centimeters but you guys can make it as tall or
short as you guys want but once so many happy hood size that we want I’ll meet
you guys back so that we can seam it all up together so we have just finished up
going in with the entire of our hood that we have right here and
now we are ready to seem it all up so what we’re gonna do we’re just going to
pinch these two corners together and then once when we have that we’re
actually going to reach inside the hood because we’re going to need to flip this
inside out I’m going to reach inside grab this end right here and then pull
it on through once and it’s through we’re just going to adjust our grip for
the corner and then now we can seam up our hood once we’re done we can flip it
inside out and our seam is going to be along the inside so all I’m gonna do
it’s gonna be the same way that we have seemed up pretty much everything else in
this piece so far so we’re just gonna do the first one together we’re gonna
insert our hook into this corner also insert our hook into the back panels
corner yarn over pull through everything once so we have that into the next
available loop into the front panel insert our hook into the next available
living to the back panel insert our hook yarn over pull through with a single
crochet and we’re just going to keep doing this going all the way down until
we don’t have any more loops left once we reach the end we’re going to do a
chain up of one in cut and then we’re just going to do a little border row
first starting off with our primary color and then going in with our
secondary so we have just finished up seaming up our hood and what we’re going
to do next is just clean up the edges with a row of single crochet with our
primary color first so the first one we’re going to do is just insert our
hook into this corner that our hood is into we’re not going to go into that
next available loop so we’re just going to insert it into that same loop into
the body portion we’re going to pull through do a chain up of one to secure
once we have that we’re just going to put in two single crochets into each of
these side doubles so let’s just do that as an example really quickly into this
first side double we’re just gonna go in with one single crochet and then two and
that’s it we’re just gonna keep doing this all the way around once we make our
way down to the end we’re gonna slip stitch into this loop that is currently
occupied with our first double crochet on this side and then go ahead and chain
up a boning cut and then I’ll meet you guys back to show you guys where to
insert your next color so we are very close to finishing we have just gone in
with our single crochet row with our primary color and now we’re just going
to close this off with our secondary color
so all we’re gonna do is grab our secondary color make a slipknot with it
and then from here we’re going to insert our hook into the first available loop
that we have so the first loop that doesn’t have anything into it
I’m going to insert our hook insert our yarn onto our hook and from here we’re
going to pull through and then this part is going to be SuperDuper simple just to
a chain up of one and then go ahead and put one single crochet into every loop
that we have having it go all the way around slip stitch into that next
available loop do a chain up of one and cut so we have just worked our way all
the way around with our single crochet with our secondary color and we are
actually all done with this piece the last thing that we have to do is just
weave in all of our ends we have woven in our ends and this is our top all
finished up this turned out really great and if you guys think so too stay tuned
because we may have some matching bottoms coming up next week so make sure
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16 thoughts on “Crochet Cable Stitch Hoodie | Pattern & Tutorial DIY

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  2. I'd like to thank you guy's for keeping the vids coming during these trying times. Very refreshing🍹. Love this & what's coming next. Thanks for the sneaky peek. Be safe you & your love ones. Love,Peace,&Crochet

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  4. First of all let me start by saying you are so very talented!!! Everything you make is like wow!!! But I would like to enter in your give away but I don't do InstagramπŸ˜ͺ…is there another way?

  5. Clap clap clap YASSSSSSSSSSS !!!!!! Love love love this !! I had a question hope its not to much, for some of your 4 category yarn patterns would you know how it would end up if you used a smaller size yarn would you go up a hook? or do I just have wishful thinking this would work?

    hope you are staying safe and thank you for keeping me busy!

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