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3 New Crochet Kits Using Jeans® Yarn

Our blogger partners have been hard at work creating new crochet kits for you! Three new designs in Jeans® Yarn have just been added to the LBY kits section.

Jeans® is a 100% acrylic yarn that is soft to the touch. Like your favorite denim, you might want to live in items made from this yarn! Pair that with the versatility and layering options and you might find these pieces becoming wardrobe staples.

Crochet Kits

1. Cinnamon Roll Pullover Sweater

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The Cinnamon Roll Pullover Sweater was designed by Olivia Kent of Hopeful Honey. This boxy top with a twist is crocheted using 6 (7) balls of Jeans® in the "Top Stitch" color. Layer it for a look that speaks to you.

Skill Level: Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Gauge: 9 rows & 8 stitches in sc = 2 inches (5cm)
Dimensions: Women's Small/Medium: Width: 28.5" (72cm); Length: 21.5” (55cm) -- Women's Medium/Large: Width: 31" (79cm); Length: 24.5” (62cm)


2. Stonewash Shrug

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Oversized and versatile, this double crochet mesh shrug is perfect for an on-the-go layering piece. Worked using 3 (4) balls of Jeans in Classic and 2 (3) in Stonewash. This design is brought to you by Make & Do Crew.

Skill Level: Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Gauge: 8 rows of dc = 4”, 8 sets of (1 dc and 1 ch) = 4”
Dimensions: S/M: Length from shoulder to bottom of sweater when worn: 35” Total width from wrist to wrist: 54.5” -- L/XL: Length from shoulder to bottom of sweater when worn: 40” Total width from wrist to wrist: 60.5”


3. Denim Ombre Wrap

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The Denim Ombre Wrap moves through 5 shades of Jeans yarn: Stovepipe, Brand New, Stomewash, Classic, and Faded. Drape it, wrap it, scrunch it. Rectangular shawls are fun to make and easy to wear. Designed by Tamara Kelly of Mooglyblog.com.

Skill Level: Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Gauge: 12 sts x 7 rows = 4"/10 cm in pattern
Dimensions: 63" x 20"


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  • jbozarth

    Are any of these three patterns available in a knit version?