Zeron Pullover September 23, 2020 07:56
I've been crocheting for what seems like my whole life. My mom taught me when I was very young, and my love of it snowballed (avalanched?) from there. But, it wasn't until recently that I discovered the joy (and obsession) of crochet cables.
The Zeron Pullover is worked in Valley Yarns Superwash Sport yarn, in single crochet with a cable panel on the front and back. Markers indicate where the cables are worked on RS rows, and every WS row is worked in single crochet all the way across.
The cables are worked by making post-front (double, treble, or double-treble) crochet stitches around previous post stitches from the rows below. Sometimes (to make the crosses), they are worked over or under one another. That's the gist of it. If you've never done them, I highly suggest giving them a try. They're not as difficult as they may seem at first.
While I was making the Zeron Pullover, I took a video of one of the cables. It's not a technical tutorial, but you can watch how it's done, and build your confidence in being able to do them yourself! Which I entirely believe you can!
Here's another video in which I discuss a whole lot more about how this sweater is made. Take a look!
And… with the Bedrine and Zeron patterns now available, I can share publicly this Designing Update video, which was originally only available to my Patreon subscribers. If you enjoyed this video, there are lots more behind-the-scenes sneak peeks at what I'm working on right now available on Patreon. Learn more.