luni, 27 iulie 2015

Free Crochet Patterns For 3 Winter Coats - Easy Crochet Winter Coat Ideeas

Hello darlings and welcome to a new and dare I say anticipated blog post.

It’s summer( thank GOD!!!) and I know many of you are anxious to take on projects for the next cold season. I say this simply because I received a lot of requests for crochet winter coat patterns. So this is why I did my best to research and discover the trendiest but also warm and comfy looks for winter coats.

So here is the story of what I found and the pattern ideas and stitch explanations so you can make yourself a trendy , beautiful, comfortable and warm crochet winter coat.

Crossover Stitch Winter Coat – Polina Krainova

Why Did I call it this way? Honestly because I have no idea who the designer is, I love this stitch and I find it extremely easy to remember it this way.

I found the design ( already made coat) on vk Russian forum. I don’t know if Polina Krainova is the name of the designer or of the brand but all I can say is that I fell in love with this particular coat, color, texture and all.



First time when I saw this stitch it was on Vanessa Montoro’s Instagram blog. She used it for a pullover ( short sleeved) and worked it with vegetal silk thread.

The crochet winter coat was made with a medium size yarn, merino, cotton acrylic mix works, but polyester and cotton mix is also a good idea. A thicker yarn ( wool, or any other bulky thread) would result in a stiffer structure so if normally you would use a 4 mm hook, for a thicker yarn you will have to use a 4,5 -5 mm hook.







Shaping the coat:
Keep in mind simple knitting principles for making the coat. 
  1. One back , two halves for the front.
  2. A line shape worked either from the upper part or the lower part.
  3. No armhole decrease ( straight arm opening)
















So here goes:
1.     Chain multiples of five ( according to your measurements)
2.     Ch3, *sk 4,1 Quadruple crochet in the 5th ch from the hook , skip the first of the 4 skipped stitches and work 3dc in the next skipped ch using the back loop so the quadruple crochet will remain in front*….repeat ** till the end of the row.
3.     The second row is worked the same but keeping the quadruple crochet in the back( only back loop) to get the ribbed effect
Work as many rows as necessary to get above the hip line. Start a basic decrease to get the shape from the picture. Simply skit one stitch to each side.

Same simple style applies both for the back and the two fronts.
Sleeves are worked in the same way and the decrease is a basic shoulder decrease ( skipped stitches to get the round shape)
You can leave the neck line simple or you can add it a collar . Make a  rectangle according to the neck opening measurement . It’s really this simple.

Ribbed Late Fall Coat – same designer ( I think)









This coat uses the exact same style but a very different stitch.
I don’t know about you but I am a fan of front post , back post dc . The combination of this two gives the complicate and intricate looking ribbed finish , checkerboard style that I love about this coat.
The same choice of yarn and crochet hook applies.
Stitch pattern:
The chart has groups of 3 stitches , the coat limits to two stitches /group

1.     Chain the required length
2.     Ch 3, 1 dc in each ch, turn
3.     Ch3,* 2 fpdc , 2bpdc*…. Repeat ** till the end of the row finis with 1dc, turn
4.       Ch3, reverse pattern : *2bpdc , 2fpdc* ( I think you got the idea, the reversed pattern offers the ribbed effect)
5.     Repeat 2 and 3 until the piece is completed.
Same principles for shaping the coat apply here.

Lean Puff Stitch Warm and Fuzzy Coat – designer unknown



If you liked the first idea , you will love this one.
Recommended yarn: acrylic, mohair, anything fuzzy, 4 mm hook
So here goes:
1.     Chain multiples of five ( according to your measurements)
2.     Ch3, *sk 4,1 Quadruple crochet in the 5th ch from the hook , skip the first of the 4 skipped stitches, ch 2 and work 1puff stitch in the first skipped ch using the back loop so the quadruple crochet will remain in front*, *….repeat ** till the end of the row.
3.     The second row is worked the same but keeping the quadruple crochet in the back( only back loop) to get the ribbed effect.
The shaping of the coat remains at your choice. The one in the picture has a gradual decrease in front ( the neck is shaped round).

These being said, girls I encourage you to try. 
It is a lot easier than you might think so and also a lot less work than you might imagine. A compact stitch saves you the trouble of looking for an underlining for the coat .

Keep in mind that all you need to do is measure yourself accordingly ( there are online tutorials for accurate measurements for crochet and knit clothing).

Have fun and make your coat in a vivid color ( mine will be emerald green).

I hope you like this post and I hope you will join us on Facebook, Pinterest and Google+  for more interesting updates and ideas.

 Xoxo
Eva



21 de comentarii:

  1. My goodness, jsut found your site through Pinterest and I LOVE these jackets. Makes me want to go and get some yarn right away. So funky!! And I always thought crocheting was to make boring looking garments.

    I also do DIYs on my blog (in Finnish and English), but nothing this cool though... Will keep following your stuff now that I found my way here. And will let you know if I get around crocheting one of these designs.

    Love from Finland,

    Sinikka
    https://cause2wear.wordpress.com/

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  2. I love them... but I´m very bad a reading the instructions to follow the pattern, I never get it right :( could it be posible that you record a video?? Great work... I simply LOVE IT!! Congratulations!!

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  3. Ah yeeees a videoooo please please !! hahaha !!

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  4. Hello! These are lovely. Like someone commented, would it be possible for you to make a quick video showing how to do each of the stitches? I'm pretty good at reading charts, but I don't think I fully understand the charts and the explanations. Thank you for the lovely jackets!

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  5. Beautiful all, thank you for the patterns.
    I invite you to visit my blog

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  6. Make yuotube video for that crocket model, it is difficult as wel...please :)

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  7. Oh Yves please !!! Vidéos ! Merci:-) :-) :-) :-)

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  8. Porfabor me aria el tabor de desire Paso a Paso quisiera hacerlo gracias.

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  9. merci il est vrai que la traduction en français n'est pas toujours facile à comprendre pour faire le point

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  10. Free Crochet Patterns For 3 Winter Coats - Easy Crochet Winter Coat Ideeas. Hello darlings and welcome to a new and dare I say anticipated ... ewintercoats.blogspot.com

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  11. Hola desde Argentina!!! pueden pasar la traduccion al español o un video e Youtube ... Gracias Gracias... este tapado es hermosoooo

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  12. Hola desde Argentina!!! pueden pasar la traduccion al español o un video e Youtube ... Gracias Gracias... este tapado es hermosoooo

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  13. cant wait to try, but would also love a video! and about how much yarn do you need?

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  14. I love it!, but may be you could make a video ;)

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  15. Hi, love your posts, loads of ideas to try all the time!
    On the second coat, I found the original in a russian web and the more I look at the images the less I can see the construction and is driving me crazy, I'm not experienced on garments at all :( there are no side seems on the images, so how do you work all this in one piece adding the holes for the arms? Is doing my head in, any advice would be AMAZING please.
    Thank you so much in advance for the amazing posts, keep up the great work, we need more blogs like this :)
    Laura

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  16. Acest comentariu a fost eliminat de autor.

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  17. Me encanta...indikeme por favor un video para sacar ese punto y un patron para hacerlo....gracias

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  18. Hi! How do I get permission to translate these recepies from english to danish?
    Best Regards

    Signe

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  19. Please please make a video on how to make this beautiful coat please, thank you.

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