So this is what happened… My mom knits and I crochet and we BOTH wanted to make a blanket sweater. So naturally, we turned it into a competition. Who’s stitches look better…. who finished it faster…. you name it. We had a blast! But now we don’t want to know who won. We’re each just claiming the win regardless of the actual results ☺️.

Measurements:

The final measurement should be 30in long and 40in wide.

Materials:

  • 1 Ball of RedHeart Dreamyin Aqua, Grey and Ivory
    • 6mm / US 10 needles (for Knit Pattern)
    • 6mm / US K-10.5 hook (for Crochet Pattern)
    • Tapestry needle

    Enjoy!

    Oh and comment below to let us know which one you made!

    Pattern Notes:

    Both the knit and crochet pattern work up similarly – each color section is as follows. Details on each stitch pattern can be found in the knit and crochet sections respectively.

    4in Aqua (Seed stitch for both knit and crochet)

    4in Ivory (Stockinette for knit, hdc for crochet)

    4in Grey (Stockinette for knit, hdc for crochet)

    6in Aqua (Mesh stitch for both knit and crochet)

    4in Grey (Stockinette for knit, hdc for crochet)

    4in Ivory (Stockinette for knit, hdc for crochet)

    4in Aqua (Seed stitch for both knit and crochet)

    Measurements:

    The final measurement should be 30in long and 40in wide.

    Materials:

    • 1 Ball of RedHeart Dreamy in Aqua, Grey and Ivory
    • 6mm / US 10 needles (for Knit Pattern)
    • 6mm / US K-10.5 hook (for Crochet Pattern)
    • Tapestry needle

    Gauge:

    Knitting Gauge:

    15 S, 20 Rows = 4” , size 6 mm, US 10 needles

    Crochet Gauge:

    11 SC, 13 Rows = 4”, size 6 mm, US K-10.5 hook

    Abbreviations:

    Knit:

    k: knit

    p: purl

    rep: repeat

    sts(s): stitch(es)

    yo: yarn over

    k2tog: knit two together

    ws: wrong side

    Crochet:

    Ch: Chain

    st: stitch

    sc: single crochet

    hdc half double crochet

    Pattern:

    Knit

    With Aqua, cast on 140 sts

    Continue in Seed Stitch for 4 inches.

    Seed Stitch:

    Row 1: K1, P1 – repeat to end

    Repeat Row 1 for 4 inches

    Change to Ivory:

    Continue in Stockinette stitch for 4 inches

    Stockinette Stitch:

    Row 1: Right side, Knit

    Row 2: Wrong side, Purl

    Repeat Row 1 & 2 for 4 in

    Change to Grey:

    Continue in Stockinette stitch for 4 inches

    Change to Aqua:

    Continue in Mesh Stitch for 6 inches

    Mesh Stitch

    Row 1: Knit

    Row 2: K2, *YO, K2tog,* repeat * to last 2 sts, K2

    Row 3: Knit

    Row 4: K3, *YO, K2tog,* repeat * to last 1 sts, K1

    Repeat Rows 1-4 for 6 inches

    Change to Grey:

    Continue in Stockinette stitch for 4 inches

    Change to Ivory:

    Continue in Stockinette stitch for 4 inches

    Change to Aqua

    Continue in Seed Stitch for 4 inches.

    Bind off, weave in ends.

    See assembly instructions below.

    Crochet

    With Aqua Ch 113

    Continue in Seed Stitch for 4 inches.

    Seed Stitch:

    Row 1: *sc 1, ch 1* repeat to last st, sc. ch1 turn

    Row 2: *sc in the ch 1 space of the previous row, ch 1* to last st, sc, ch1 turn

    Repeat row 1 & 2 for 4in

    Change to Ivory:

    HDC across for 4 in

    Change to Grey:

    HDC across for 4 in

    Change to Aqua:

    Continue in Mesh Stitch for 6 inches

    Mesh Stitch

    Row 1: Sc across, ch 2, turn

    Row 2: skip the first stitch in your foundation row and slip stitch in the next stitch, *ch 2, sk st, slip stitch into next stitch; repeat from * across to last stitch. Ch 2, turn.

    Row 3 sl st into 1st group of ch 2 stitches below, *ch 2, sl st into next group of ch 2 stitches below. Repeat from * across

    Repeat Row 1-3 for 6 in

    Change to Grey:

    HDC across for 4 in

    Change to Ivory:

    HDC across for 4 in

    Change to Aqua

    Continue in Seed Stitch for 4 inches.

    Bind off, weave in ends.

    See assembly instructions below.

    Assembly:

    Fold in each corner as pictured below. With a length of yarn and your tapestry needle, seam 7” inches inward on both sides of the sweater.

    Enjoy!