Rochelle Ripple Jacket

I would like to introduce to the first in my new series of pattern pdf downloads straight from the cutting room floor. Over the next few weeks I'll be bringing you patterns that were cut from Blueprint Crochet for length. They all will be available as PDF downloads*. Without further ado...

Rochelle Ripple Jacket

As soon as the first crisp breeze comes through town, I want to reach for my cuddly winter clothes. I unpack all of the afghans that I had stowed away for the summer, and rejoice in the knowledge that I can once again crochet wool without sweating. That love of cozy afghans and wool is what inspired this jacket. I hope when you wear it you will get that same feeling of joy and warmth like your mothers hug all wrapped around you.

NOTE: Pattern is written in mostly crochet symbols. I will not be re-writing it in abbreviation format. It was a pattern that was cut from my book, Blueprint Crochet.

Garment fit is relaxed. S (M, L, XL) fits 28 (34, 39, 44)” bust circumference

Suggested Yarn:
1. Lily Chin Signature Collection Gramercy (CYCA #3), 100% Superwash Merino Wool; 127 yd/50 g: 4000 moss (MC) 3 (3, 4, 4) balls; 5627 apple (CC1) 2 (2, 3, 3) balls
2. Lily Chin Signature Collection Chelsea (CYCA #2), 30% Merino Wool, 35% Cotton, 35% Acrylic; 191 yd/50 g: 4908 taupe (CC2) 2 (2, 2, 2) balls; 5825 loden (CC3) 2 (2, 2, 2) balls
3. Lily Chin Signature Collection Tribeca (CYCA #5), 25% Mohair, 43% Wool, 17% Viscose, 15% Nylon; 153 yd/50 g: 1272 celery (CC4) 3 (3, 4, 4) balls

Hook Size: J/10 (6.0mm)

$7, PDF download only

Fine Print: To use the PDF, you will need appropriate software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. By purchasing this pattern, you are granted a limited license to download the pdf file to a single personal computer and to print out a hard copy of the pattern, solely for personal non-commercial use.

*If you are looking for a paper copy, tell your LYS they can pick one up for you over at Stitch Cooperative.*


Brett Bara said...

this is so cute, I really want to make it!!

Pyo said...

A beautiful jacket!
So, you're going to sell patterns here ? Congratulations on a new step forward for your blog then!