Peanut and Plum

Longline Merino Wool Coat – Free Crochet Pattern

Soft and chunky Merino Wool Long-Line coat pattern. 

This coat features tall/folded collar. Button cuffed sleeves and soft curved edging. It has a soft 3 scalloped edge and has a lovely stretch for keeping warm and comfortable this Winter.

 

This free pattern is for size 18M to 24M a full pdf version with sizes 18M – Adult Large can be purchased here Longline Merino Coat – Sizes 18M – Adult Large
The purchased pattern entitles the buyer to sell finished products made with peanutandplum’s design.
This pattern is made with a 10mm crochet hook.
Chunky Merino/Alpaca mix wool has been used for this pattern.
Other chunky and soft yarn would work just as well. Just make sure it matches a 10mm hook to get the correct size.
It is a very easy to follow pattern with hdc being the main stitch.
Please contact me through page if you have any questions.
I have a wide selection of Yarns available here https://peanutandplum.yarnshopping.com in all weights and types.

 

Materials:
☐ 10mm Crochet Hook
☐ Chunky yarn (yarn to match 10mm hook, two strands of 5mm compatible yarn can be used) I have used Debbie Bliss Paloma in petal.
12-24 months 310 Meters
☐ Yarn needle for weaving in ends
☐ 4 x Stitch markers
☐ 4 x Buttons of your choice

Instructions:

Chain 28,

Work a hdc in the third chain from the hook, work a hdc in each stitch across. (26sts)

Chain 2, then start the set up as follows: work (5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8 hdc), 1 hdc (place marker), work (3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4 hdc), 1 hdc (place marker), work (6, 6, 8, 8, 10, 10, 12, 12 hdc), 1 hdc (place marker in this stitch), work (3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4 hdc), 1 hdc (place marker), work (5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8 hdc) (26sts)

DON’T FORGET TO REMOVE AND REPLACE INTO THE NEW STITCH YOUR STITCH MARKER!!

Row 1: chain 2, turn, *work a hdc in each stitch to 1 stitch before the

marker, work 2 hdc in the next stitch, work 2 hdc in the next

stitch, repeat from * {3 times}, work a hdc in each stitch to end. (34sts)

Row 2: chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to end.

Repeat rows 1-2: size  (2 more times {4 rows}) approx. 5.5 inches length

Sleeve space Row 2:
chain 2, turn, *work a hdc in each stitch to the chain 3 space under the arm, work 1 hdc in each chain, repeat from * {1 more time}, work a hdc in each stitch to end. (38sts)

Body:
Chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to first chain3,
work 1 hdc in first chain, work 1 hdc in second chain (place marker inthis stitch), work 1 hdc in third chain,
work a hdc in each stitch to next chain 3, work 1 hdc in first chain, work 1 hdc in second chain (place marker in this stitch), work 1 hdc in third chain, work a hdc in each stitch to end.
(WS): chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to marker, (Remove and replace marker),

work (7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17 hdc), work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, work (7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17 hdc), (remove and replace marker), work a hdc in each stitch to end. (40sts)

 

(WS): chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to marker, remove marker (work a hdc in this stitch), work (6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16hdc), work 1 hdc (place marker in this stitch), work 2 hdc through the front loop in next stitch, 1 hdc through the front loop, work 2 hdc through the front loop in next stitch, work 1 hdc (place marker in this stitch), work a hdc in each stitch to marker,
remove marker (work a hdc in this stitch), work a hdc in each stitch to end. (42sts)

Coat body:

Row 1 (RS): chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to marker, work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, hdc 3 through the back loop, work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, work a hdc in each stitch to end. (44sts) Row 2 (WS): chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to stitch marker, work a hdc through the front loop of each stitch to marker, work a hdc in each stitch to end.

Row 2 (RS): chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch to marker, work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, work a hdc through the back loop of each stitch to 1 stitch before marker, work 2 hdc through the back loop of the next stitch, work a hdc in each stitch to end. (46sts) Repeat rows 2-3 until piece measures from underarm to working row. Until piece is approx. 9 inches length

You can add length to the coat if preferred. Just repeat rows 1-2 until happy with length. End in a row 1 for finishing.

 

chain 2, turn, work a hdc in each stitch all across.

 

Now to get this lovely curved edge around the Coat. Break yarn and weave in all ends.

Edging:

Join in corner stitch of collar (coat facing you right side up).

Hdc in back loop across collar.

Hdc along left side of jacket to bottom.

Hdc along bottom of jacket

Hdc up the right side of jacket

Join with slip st to first back loop hdc in collar.

Repeat edging steps one 2 more times. Finish with a slip stitch in right corner of collar.

Finish off weave in ends.

Sleeves:

Start with a slip stitch in to the center stitch under the arm, chain 2, work a hdc through the back loop of each stitch all across. (14sts) Row 1: chain 2, turn, work a hdc through the front loop of each stitch across. Row 2: chain 2, turn, work a hdc through the back loop of each stitch across. Repeat rows 1-2 until sleeve measures approx. (7, 7, 8.5, 8.5, 8.5, 10, 10 inches).  Making sure to end with row 2 worked last.

Decrease 1: chain 2, turn, hdc2tog through the front loop, work a hdc through the front loop of each stitch to last 2 stitches, hdc2tog through the front loop. (12,sts) Repeat row 1-2 until sleeve measures approx. (12inches). Making sure to end with row 2 worked last. Break yarn leave a tail long enough to seam up the sleeve.

Turn sleeves inside out and seem with a whip stitch (or preferred stitch)

Turn right side out and fold over cuff to desired size (I have folded 1.5 inches).

Add button by lying sleeve flat and using the seam underneath to guide the middle of top of sleeve. Sew button through all layers to secure cuff.

Fold over the collar and add two buttons 1 inch apart on the left edging just under the point where the collar folds.

You can of course add just one button or more all the way down. The spacing between the hdc stitching will work as button holes.

All done!!

Please comment and let me know what you think or if you give this pattern a try.
This would make a lovely gift for any girl this Winter! You could even make matching ones for you and your little princess 🙂
I hope you enjoy the pattern!

 

Emma xx

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Michaela

    I noticed it’s missing gauge and was wondering if you could possibly add the gauge I love this it’s adorable ❤️

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