I loved the colour of this mohair/nylon yarn and bought 8 skeins 4-5 years ago, however could not find a nice project for a long time. Originally this yarn was intended for a knitting garment, but I did not like any results. I think the mohair yarn for beautiful knitting garments should be much thinner than mine. I like those subtle and ephemeral mohair lace knit creations, but they are made of yarn approximately 900-1000 meters per 100 grams. My mohair/nylon was 600 m/100 gr.
Then I tried different crochet ideas, but most crochet patterns were somehow not suitable for this fiber because the whole look seamed “overloaded” and I could not show the beauty of my yarn. Until I started making these waves:
Good thing with my thick mohair is that I was able to undo several crocheted rows during my experiments. Because the mohair yarn is held together by a nylon thread I have unraveled the stitches without ruining the fiber quality. The mohair yarn is quite fuzzy and the stitches cling to each other, so I used a big sewing needle and picked all stitches one by one. It took quite a while, so some patience was necessary : )).
For embellishment I’ve used thin ribbon of a matching colour.
The pullover crochet pattern is available on Etsy, Ravelry and my shop:
You will receive:
► detailed instructions in English with charts and their written explanation (in case you are not used to work with the crochet diagrams). Keep the original margins of the file.
This crochet tutorial is provided for sizes:
US (4-6), UK (8-10), Europe (36-38) with bust/hips 85-90 cm (33.5-35.5’’);
US (10-12), UK (14-16), Europe (42-44) with bust/hips 97-102 cm (38-40’’);
US (16-18), UK (20-22), Europe (48-50) with bust/hips 109-114 cm (43-45’’);
US (22-24), UK (26-28), Europe (54-56) with bust/hips 121-126 cm (47.5-49.5’’).
The garment is worked without seams in rounds.