The most elementary and historic of crochet stitches – the Slip Stitch – has modern effortless style. For a “pullover shrug” the stitch has a stretch and drape to rival knits, resembles garter stitch in this pattern, and works up quickly with a large hook.
Pullover Shrug is a revised and enhanced version of one that was published as CGOA pattern #028, when the Crochet Guild of America had their own pattern line. I’m now free to offer this design at my own www.DesigningVashti.com pattern site and the pattern now encompasses a range of crochet skill levels. Customizing options are included for experienced crocheters. For less experienced crocheters, the main pattern is written with few abbreviations.
International English equivalents for American measurements, yarn weights, and stitch terms are provided in brackets.
The most elementary of crochet stitches – the Slip Stitch – has effortless style. As a “pullover shrug” the stitch has a stretch and dr