I haven’t made many adult sweaters. Cre8tion Crocheter hosted a Fall CAL with her Keep Me Warm Cardigan. I decided to join. I used Caron Big Cakes. This was the first time I had used the yarn. I really like it. It works up nice, has smooth color changes and has a slightly mottled look.
I did make gauge (I hate swatching but I did do it for this sweater). It ended up big and is a little boxy. There isn’t a lot of shaping that is done in the pattern. It is a well written and easy to follow. I will wear this Cardigan as more of a jacket. The pattern was released in parts for free on her blog during the CAL but she also has it for sale here.
I have crocheted many different types of items but I have never been too interested in adult sweaters. I would lose interest the few times I tried them. This summer I tried to make a long tunic but didn’t like how it was turning out. I had specifically bought the yarn for it so I searched for a new pattern. I decided to make the Sea Isle Tunic that Cre8tion Crochet was hosting. She had the pattern offered for free during the Crochet Along (CAL). The pattern is located here Sea Isle Tunic
The pattern was written very well and comes in a variety of sizes. I am not a fan of gauge because it never seems to work out for me. Instead I kept seeing if it would fit as I was crocheting. I used the suggested yarn from Knit Picks. This is what I had purchased for the other top I didn’t finish. It is Shine Sport in the Sweet Potato color.