Pebbled

$5.00

SIZES:

XS (S, M, L, XL) (2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL)/ 32” (36”, 40”, 44”, 48”) (52”, 56”, 60”, 64”) actual bust and 21” (21”, 21”, 22”, 22”) (22”, 23”, 23”, 23”) length.

Intended to be worn with 0-2" positive ease.

Sample is shown in size small with a 34" bust.

MATERIALS: 

Expression Fiber Arts Luster Sport yarn

361 m/395 yds each skein, 115 g/3.5oz each skein

Shown in colors: (MC) Neptune and (CC) Foreshadow

MC: 810 (980, 1150, 1320, 1490) (1660, 1830, 2000, 2170) yards

CC: 320 (380, 440, 600, 660) (720, 780, 840, 900) yards

If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.

HOOK:

US G/4.25mm or size needed to obtain gauge

SKILL LEVEL: 

Intermediate/Advanced: This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with crocheting and have made a few projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/concepts include: garment construction and shaping and special stitches and techniques, including front post treble crochet and standing double crochet. 

Notes from the Designer:

Say hello to rich texture with this top-down sweater. Pebbled is aptly named; the textured post stitches create the feel of tiny pebbles all over. With a raglan yoke and easily customizable 3/4 sleeves, this seamless beauty is worked in two colors of luxuriant Luster Sport, and it is sure to become your new favorite. Each round is worked in just one color, which creates a very interesting and unique stitch pattern. Once you get going, it's a breeze, and the detailed written instructions will help you along the way. Go ahead, give it a go!

  • Click the Videos tab to learn how to make the stitches featured in this pattern.
  • The collar is going to seem too small while you're working it. This is a very stretchy stitch pattern, and as long as you met gauge in your washed and dried swatch, it will block out to the correct size.
  • Each increase round in the yoke increases by 8 sts.
  • All dc/FPTreb (even) rounds are worked in MC. All sc (odd) rounds are worked in CC.
  • When starting a round with a dc, I prefer to use a standing double crochet (SDC.) You may use a (ch 2, dc) or a ch 3 instead. Using a SDC makes the seam almost imperceptible. 
  • When you are working your dc/FPTreb rounds, each time you place a FPTreb around the dc two rows below, you will skip the corresponding sc. This keeps your stitch count accurate.
  • All FPTreb sts will be worked only into dc sts below. You will never work a FPTreb around another FPTreb.
  • In the larger sizes, crocheters may choose to whip stitch a few of the underarm stitches together to create a slightly narrower sleeve. If the sleeve is going to be bigger than you would prefer, make it your own, and be sure you are starting your sleeves with an even number of sts.
  • You can carry your yarn up the inside of the sweater while you work. No need to cut each row.

Errata- Pattern updated 2.10.22, please download new version.

Repeat Rounds 3-6: 4 (5, 6, 7, 8) (9, 10, 11, 12) more times ending with 228 (260, 292, 324, 356) (388, 420, 452, 484) sts and 22 (26, 30, 34, 38) (42, 46, 50, 54) rounds.

Round 6: With MC, ch 2 (does not count as a st here and throughout), FPTreb in first st two rows down, dc in next st, *(FPTreb in next st two rows down, dc in next st) to marked st, FPTreb into marked st two rows down, 3 dc into marked st, mm to the center dc just made, FPTreb again in same st two rows down, dc in next st; rep from * to end. Join.

Designed by Sati Glenn

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your crocheting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here

"You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripples for change.” -Tim Cook
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SIZES:

XS (S, M, L, XL) (2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL)/ 32” (36”, 40”, 44”, 48”) (52”, 56”, 60”, 64”) actual bust and 21” (21”, 21”, 22”, 22”) (22”, 23”, 23”, 23”) length.

Intended to be worn with 0-2" positive ease.

Sample is shown in size small with a 34" bust.

MATERIALS: 

Expression Fiber Arts Luster Sport yarn

361 m/395 yds each skein, 115 g/3.5oz each skein

Shown in colors: (MC) Neptune and (CC) Foreshadow

MC: 810 (980, 1150, 1320, 1490) (1660, 1830, 2000, 2170) yards

CC: 320 (380, 440, 600, 660) (720, 780, 840, 900) yards

If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.

HOOK:

US G/4.25mm or size needed to obtain gauge

SKILL LEVEL: 

Intermediate/Advanced: This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with crocheting and have made a few projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/concepts include: garment construction and shaping and special stitches and techniques, including front post treble crochet and standing double crochet. 

Notes from the Designer:

Say hello to rich texture with this top-down sweater. Pebbled is aptly named; the textured post stitches create the feel of tiny pebbles all over. With a raglan yoke and easily customizable 3/4 sleeves, this seamless beauty is worked in two colors of luxuriant Luster Sport, and it is sure to become your new favorite. Each round is worked in just one color, which creates a very interesting and unique stitch pattern. Once you get going, it's a breeze, and the detailed written instructions will help you along the way. Go ahead, give it a go!

  • Click the Videos tab to learn how to make the stitches featured in this pattern.
  • The collar is going to seem too small while you're working it. This is a very stretchy stitch pattern, and as long as you met gauge in your washed and dried swatch, it will block out to the correct size.
  • Each increase round in the yoke increases by 8 sts.
  • All dc/FPTreb (even) rounds are worked in MC. All sc (odd) rounds are worked in CC.
  • When starting a round with a dc, I prefer to use a standing double crochet (SDC.) You may use a (ch 2, dc) or a ch 3 instead. Using a SDC makes the seam almost imperceptible. 
  • When you are working your dc/FPTreb rounds, each time you place a FPTreb around the dc two rows below, you will skip the corresponding sc. This keeps your stitch count accurate.
  • All FPTreb sts will be worked only into dc sts below. You will never work a FPTreb around another FPTreb.
  • In the larger sizes, crocheters may choose to whip stitch a few of the underarm stitches together to create a slightly narrower sleeve. If the sleeve is going to be bigger than you would prefer, make it your own, and be sure you are starting your sleeves with an even number of sts.
  • You can carry your yarn up the inside of the sweater while you work. No need to cut each row.

Errata- Pattern updated 2.10.22, please download new version.

Repeat Rounds 3-6: 4 (5, 6, 7, 8) (9, 10, 11, 12) more times ending with 228 (260, 292, 324, 356) (388, 420, 452, 484) sts and 22 (26, 30, 34, 38) (42, 46, 50, 54) rounds.

Round 6: With MC, ch 2 (does not count as a st here and throughout), FPTreb in first st two rows down, dc in next st, *(FPTreb in next st two rows down, dc in next st) to marked st, FPTreb into marked st two rows down, 3 dc into marked st, mm to the center dc just made, FPTreb again in same st two rows down, dc in next st; rep from * to end. Join.

Designed by Sati Glenn

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your crocheting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here

"You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripples for change.” -Tim Cook
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Craft: Crochet Free/Paid: Paid Yarn Weight: Sport Yarn Base: Luster Sport Yardage: 800+ Project Type: Pullovers Difficulty: Advanced

Customer Reviews 5 (32 Reviews) Write a Review

Pebbled
4 Stars

Love the designs and hoping to have more time to try them all when my son's go to university.

Pebbled
2 Stars

I just glad I got this pattern when it was free, there where errors that made it hard to follow the pattern corrections where made but but I ended up giving up by that time so to date I have not tried to work the pattern, was never able to get past round 6 even with the correction.

Pebbled
5 Stars

I can't wait to get started on this sweater. The yarn was a gift from friends. The pattern is easy to follow.

Pebbled
5 Stars

This pattern is so easy to read. The yarn came in yesterday and I started immediately. I've already completed the yoke. Thx Sati Glenn for the pattern and Chandi for the absolutely gorgeous yarn. What I like best is the texture that the stitches make.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Beautiful design and amazing colors!

Pebbled
4 Stars

Beautiful pattern, I’m surely using this particular stitch for a new wrap in the near future.

Pebble
4 Stars

Beautiful stitch, I’m surly planning on using this pattern on a wrap in the near future.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Looking forward to making this beautiful sweater.

Pebbled Sweater
5 Stars

Just Beautiful

STUNNING!
5 Stars

I'm halfway through the project, and it is stunning. And as usual, your patterns are so user friendly! xx

Difficult to follow
4 Stars

I’m having trouble, following the instructions, and having it turn out correctly. It would be nice to have a follow along video to show the increase, and the start and finish of a row. Thank you! The sweater is beautiful! I am enjoying trying it!

Pebbled
5 Stars

Beautiful pattern

All My Fingers are Garnet!
2 Stars

Sadly, the dye got all over my hands, and I could not get it all off even with bleach. As I crochet, it still embeds in my cuticles. I asked about it and was told to soak it in Synthrapol. WHY should I have to do that?.

Design
5 Stars

Nice and beautiful

Pebbled
5 Stars

Love it ❤️.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Nice pattern, love that more sweater patterns are available

Pebbled
5 Stars

Love this sweater.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Absolutely gorgeous!

Pebbled
5 Stars

Loving this pattern. The unique stitch pattern is easy and beautiful.

Pebbled
5 Stars

I am loving this pattern. The unique stitch pattern is easy and beautiful.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Haven’t started it yet. Like the 3/4 sleeves…

Pretty but Complicated
4 Stars

When I read over this pattern, I felt that it was very complicated. It also uses a large amount of yarn.

Easy and beautiful
5 Stars

I’m in the process of making the sweater. The patter is easy and it makes a soft and textured material. I can’t wait for the final to pop out.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Beautiful sweater, can’t wait to start it.

So easy, Beautiful
5 Stars

I was worried taking on this project but once I watched the video and got into my groove I fell in love lol. I highly recommend this pattern !!!!

Thank you!
5 Stars

Thank you!

Pebbled
5 Stars

I am excited to see how this works up. I can see from the pictures it is going to be gorgeous.

Pebbled
5 Stars

Beautiful pattern

Pebbled
5 Stars

I am waiting to receive my yarn for this project and am very excited to start it. The pattern appears to be very well written and easy to follow.

absolutely lovely
5 Stars

The pattern was easy to follow. I also appreciate the various tips and stitch how-tos along the way.

absolutely lovely
5 Stars

The pattern was beautiful and easy to follow. I also appreciated the tips along the way.

Just what I was looking for
5 Stars

I have been looking for a sweater such as this! I can’t wait to give it a go!!