Modular in design, the Harrison Sweater is an ideal on-the-go crochet project. A basketweave stitch creates the coziest texture and is an easy stitch pattern to memorize. Designer, author, and technical editor Tian Connaughton guides you through crocheting your own comfy sweater from start to finish. You’ll begin with vertical ribbing, then work in front and back post stitches with the basketweave, crochet front and back cardigan pieces plus sleeves, and seam everything together. Finish your sweater with a ribbed collar and also button and buttonhole bands. This class is packed with many techniques that you’ll be able to use for future cardigan projects.