Juniper Sweater: Our crochet Project of the Week

Juniper Sweater
Designed by Nomad Stitches
and crocheted by Laura in Kelbourne Woolens Scout
This comfy, flattering, entirely charming sweater will complement any outfit. It can be worn cropped or made as long as desired, and the lace on the sleeves can be worked in the same color as the body of the sweater or in a contrasting one. Juniper is worked vertically in 3 pieces that are sewn together at the end, featuring a stitch that creates a cozy but light fabric that resembles a knitted rib. If you're ordering Scout online to make this, just put Juniper in the Notes field when you check out, and we'll send a hard copy along with an emailed pdf of the pattern. If you'd also like the pattern deposited in your Ravelry library, please include your Ravelry username.
The size-inclusive pattern is written to fit a range of sizes, from 34.8" to 62.5" at the bust, requiring 918 yards (4 skeins of Scout) for the smallest size and 1596 yards (6 skeins of Scout) for the largest.
See the pattern on Ravelry, and shop Kelbourne Woolens Scout here