365 Ways to Wear Crochet: Storebought Sweater

by Kathryn on March 25, 2012 · 17 comments

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I bought this brown sweater recently in a thrift store. I’ll be honest in saying that I’m not 100% sure it’s crochet. I am still not always able to tell the difference, which I’m a little embarrassed about, but it’s the case. I am almost sure that this is large hook single crochet with nylon novelty yarn but it’s possible it’s knit. In other thoughts, that scarf is one of my very favorite ever thrifted items purchased earlier this year from a Goodwill.

The Outfit

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Thrifted Scarf, Thrifted Crochet Sweater, Skinny Dark Jeans, Blue Flats

Crochet Detail

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with blue sunglasses (I think they’re from Forever 21)

The Shoes

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8 comments
msdgunter
msdgunter

I know I am late but can we get a close up of the scarf if you haven't already looks very interesting :)

biancabezig
biancabezig

Hi,

This is definitely not crochet but knitting!

Bianca

biancabezig
biancabezig

@CrochetBlogger The even rows, the way the yarn goes. I think the yarn is sometimes worked twice or threetimes around the needle instead of one time. That way you get the long loops.

You can look at google pictures about the difference between knitting en crocheting.

carolmckayau
carolmckayau

@CrochetBlogger The knit side of the work looks like Vs and the purl side, well that has horizontal bars so that is probably where it gets confusing.

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