Noro Openwork Pullover Kit


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Pattern #25 Featured in Noro Magazine #8 Spring Summer 2016

by Theresa Schabes

This is a crochet pattern for the experienced crocheter or a crocheter looking for an achievable challenge with fabulous results. This Sweater Pullover features the beautiful NEW NORO MIRAI yarn. Available in small and medium. Included in each kit is 3 skeins of your color choice of Noro Mirai yarn, which can be seen in more detail here. The crochet terminology in the pattern is US. Included in each kit is your choice in color of Noro Mirai yarn, one printed copy of Noro Magazine #8 Spring/Summer 2016, and Paradise Fibers Artisan Crochet Hooks, ebony wood, in sizes D & E (3.25 and 3.5 mm) One of each, needed to complete this pattern. 

The sunny yellows, blues, and greens of Mirai Colorway #5 (featured in the photo) brightens a field of flower motifs in an openwork pullover. We've Kit'ed this beautiful pattern in several Noro Mirai colors for you to choose from, whatever suites your pallet. For added contrast, the motif centers and petals are worked from separate skeins. Single crochet joins the front to the back and sleeves, which are worked modular in airy treble crochet. The sleeves are crocheted seamlessly, with the direction of work reversing at the end of each round. 

Finished Measurements:

-Bust Approx 35"/89cm

-Length Approx 20"/54.5 cm

-Upper Arm 14"/35.5 cm


1.The front flower panel is worked separately while the back and sleeves are worked together as one piece. The front is then joined to the back/sleeves with crochet chain.

2.To create contrast in the flower motif, work the center selection in one color and work the petals with a contrasting from another ball.

3. Join flower motifs as you go, making a slip stitch join after completing the triple crochet at peak of petal and joining to the tr on adjacent motif.

4. The back wraps around to the front to make the full width of underarm. 

5. The sleeves are worked in the round, alternating in a clockwise and counterclockwise direction to replicate the back and forth rows of the back. 

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