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Sherbrook
Elongated
Summer Jacket


designed by
Tammy Hildebrand


Technique used: Crochet



YARN

Naturally Caron.com Country
(75% Microdenier Acrylic/25% Merino Wool):

30 oz

Shown in: #0021 Peacock

One size US K-10 1/2 (6.5 mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.

Stitch marker

Yarn needle

 

 

 
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SIZES

One size fits most.

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Approximately 32"/81.5cm wide x 54"/137cm long (before assembly)

 

GAUGE

In pattern, 2 pattern repeats = 6"/15 cm and 9 rows = 4"/10 cm.

 

STITCHES USED

Chain (ch), double crochet (dc), single crochet (sc), slip stitch (slip st)

 

SPECIAL TERMS

shell: 9 dc in indicated stitch or space.

V-st: (dc, ch 3, dc) in indicated stitch or space.

FPdc: Front-post double crochet—Yarn over, insert hook from front to back and then to front again around post of stitch, yarn over and draw up loop, complete as dc.

BPdc: Back-post double crochet—Yarn over, insert hook from back to front and then to back again around post of stitch, yarn over and draw up loop, complete as dc.

 

NOTES

1.Jacket is made in one long rectangle which is then seamed together to shape.

2. Ribbing and pockets are added after assembly,

 

JACKET

Chain 90.

Row 1 (RS): Sc in second ch from hook and each ch across, turn—89 sc.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *skip next 3 sc, shell in next sc, skip next 3 sc, sc in next sc; repeat from * across, turn—11 pattern repeats (consisting of 12 sc and 11 shells).

Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc in first sc, skip first 3 dc of next shell, sc in next 3 dc, *V-st in next sc, skip first 3 dc of next shell, sc in next 3 dc; repeat from * across, 2 dc in last sc, turn—33 sc, 10 V-sts, and 2 dc on each end.

Row 4: Ch 3, 4 dc in first dc, skip next sc, sc in next sc (center sc of 3-sc group), *shell in ch-sp of next V-st, skip next sc, sc in next sc; repeat from * across, 5 dc in last dc, turn—11 sc, 10 shells, and 1 half shell (5 dc) on each end.

Row 5: Ch 1, 2 sc in first dc, V-st in next sc, *skip first 3 dc of next shell, sc in next 3 dc, V-st in next sc; repeat from * across, 2 sc in last dc, turn—34 sc and 11 V-sts,

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first sc, *shell in ch-sp of next V-st, skip next sc, sc in next sc; repeat from * across, turn—12 sc and 11 shells.

Rows 7–126: Repeat Rows 3–6.

Rows 127–129: Repeat Rows 3–5.

Row 130: Ch 1, sc in first st, sc in each ch and st to end, turn—89 sc.

 

FIRST RIBBING

Row 1: Ch 3, dc in each st across, turn—89 dc.

Row 2: Ch 2, (counts as hdc here and throughout), *BPdc around next st, hdc in next st; repeat from * across, turn—45 hdc and 44 BPdc.

Row 3: Ch 2, *FPdc in around st, hdc in next st; repeat from * across, turn—45 hdc and 44 FPdc.

Rows 4–7: Repeat Rows 2 and 3.

Row 8: Ch 1, slip st in each st across.

Fasten off.

 

RIBBING OPPOSITE END

Row 1: With RS facing and working along opposite side of foundation ch, join yarn with slip st in first ch, ch 3, dc in each ch across, turn.

Rows 2–8: Repeat Rows 2–8 of first ribbing.

Do not fasten off.

 

SIDE EDGING

Row 1: With RS facing and working around post of sts at end of each row, work 208 sc evenly spaced along side edge—208 sc.

Fasten off. Join yarn with sc in first row of opposite side and repeat. Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

 

FINISHING

Note: Jacket is assembled by carefully folding the piece and sewing specific sections of one side edge together. The ribbed edges and opposite side edge are not sewn.

Form back neck: Place a marker in the center stitch (104th st) of one side edge. Fold piece in half at marked center stitch, bringing ribbed edges together. Align stitches of marked side edge and, with yarn needle, sew first 24 side edge stitches together. This seam forms the back neck. The ribbed edges form the front edges of the jacket.

Form armholes: 1. Bring marked center stitch to align with next (25th) side edge stitch and sew these two stitches together. You should now have two openings on either side of the center stitch. To form armhole, flatten one opening and align the stitches. 2. Working from the center stitch, sew the next 17 sts together, leaving the remainder open for armhole.  To form opposite armhole, flatten other opening and working from the center stitch, sew the next 18 sts together, leaving the remainder open for armhole.

 

POCKET (make 2)

Ch 21.

Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and each ch across, turn—19 dc.

Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), *BPdc around next st, hdc in next st; repeat from * across, turn—10 hdc and 9 BPdc.

Row 3: Ch 2, *FPdc around next st, hdc in next st; repeat from * across, turn—10 hdc and 9 FPdc.

Rows 4–17: Repeat Rows 2 and 3. Do not turn after last row.

Border: Ch 3, pivot to work in ends of rows, dc in same row, *dc in next row, 2 dc in next row; repeat from * along edge; pivot to work along opposite side of foundation ch, dc in each ch across; pivot to work in ends of rows along second long edge, 2 dc in first row,  **dc in next row, 2 dc in next row; repeat from ** along edge, pivot to work in sts of last row, 2 sc around post of last dc worked, sc in each st of last row, 2 sc around post of first st of border. Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Position pocket on front of jacket beginning at Row 5, approximately 5 1/2"/14 cm from edge. With yarn needle, sew pocket in place. Weave in all ends.

   




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