Mascot Sweater Crochet Pattern  - $5.49 USD

Stephanie via Ravelry:

This is such a great sweater! Sometimes I feel that crochet is given a bad deal because people usually see it as a craft for cheesy things. This pattern proves that crochet can be used to make beautiful articles of clothing. The designer has incredible directions along with links for you tube tutorials. It was great. I loved the colors so much and chose to use them in my sweater. The name of the pattern is Mascot…and the colors bear a resemblance to the Phila Eagles’ colors. Hmmm. I wonder.

This pattern includes video instructions on joining motifs as you go!

Crochet level:


You should know how to crochet following stitches:

  •  ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), hdc (half double crochet), dc (double crochet), tr (treble crochet), dtr (double treble).

This pattern includes:

  • schematics,

  • chart / graph / diagram

  • written instructions,

  • video-tutorial for mattress stitch,

  • step-by-step pictures

  • Instructions are given in English language, American terminology.

Crochet hooks:

  •  F-5 / 3.75 mm, G-6 / 4.25 mm.

Recommended materials:

  • Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted Yarn (Light Worsted, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 110 yds / 50 g), 3 skeins / 110 g in Cloud, 4 skeins / 180 g in Spruce, 9 (10, 11) skeins 450 (470, 550) g in Calypso Heather colors.

  • Tapestry needle, 2 stitch markers.


  • Small/Medium (Medium/Large, Large-Extra Large) or 88 - 97 (98 – 107, 108 - 117) cm or 34 5/8 – 38 ¼ (38 5/8 – 42 1/8, 42 ½ – 46 1/8)'' bust circumference.

  • Loose-fitting sweater with big positive ease measures 110.4 (120.4, 130.2) cm / 43 ½ (47 3/8, 51 ¼)'' in chest and hips circumferences.

  • Later in the pattern sizes S/M (M/L, L/1X).

  • Model is size Medium, 95 cm / 37 3/8'' bust, 95 cm / 37 3/8'' hips and wears size M/L.


  • Square motif side is about 19.5 (21.3, 23) cm / 7 ¾ (8 3/8, 9)'' made with G-6 / 4.25 mm hook.



  • Make and join as you go all motifs.

  • Make an edging along the neck opening and proceed to make a cowl neck joining as you go.

  • Make sleeves, followed by sleeve rib bands, joined to sleeves as you go.

  • Finish the sweater with a round of single crochet stitches along the bottom edge and proceed to a bottom rib band joining to the body as you go.

  • Make seams joining sides of the cowl neck, sleeve bands and the bottom band. Weave in ends.


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