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Supplies
A small amount of worsted weight yarn in main color (MC)
Small amounts of assorted colors for sleeves.
H/8 (5.00 mm) crochet hook
Tapestry needle

Instructions
Back
Row 1: In MC, ch 20; dc in third ch from hook and each ch across. (18 dc); ch 2, turn.

Rows 2-8: Dc in each dc across, ch 2, turn.

Fasten off.

Left Front
Row 1: In MC, ch 12, dc, in third ch from hook and each ch across, ch 2, turn. (10 dc)

Rows 2-5: Dc in each dc across, ch 2, turn.

Row 6: Decrease 1 dc, dc in rest, ch 2 turn.

Row 7: Dc to end, decreasing over last two sts, ch 2, turn.

Row 8: Repeat row 6.

Fasten off.

Right Front
Row 1: In MC, ch 12, dc in third ch from hook and each ch across, ch 2, turn. (10 dc)

Rows 2-5: Dc in each dc across, ch 2 turn.

Row 6: Dc to end, dec over last two sts, ch 2, turn.

Row 7: Dec 1 dc, dc in rest, ch 2 turn.

Row 8: Repeat row 6.

Fasten off.

Sew front panels to the back at shoulder seams.

Sew from bottom up for 6 rows, leaving 2 rows open for armholes.

Sleeves
Attach first color at under arm seam, ch 2 and work 14 dc around evenly spaced, sl st in top of ch.

Attach second color in top of ch, ch 1 and sc in same stitch, *ch 3, skip next dc, sc in next stitch*. Repeat between * * around, slip stitch in beginning sc.

Attach third color, ch 2. *3 dc in sc, sc in ch 3 loop.* Repeat between * * around, sl st in beginning dc.

Attach fourth color, ch 1 and *sc in second dc, skip next st, 3 dc in sc, skip next dc.* Repeat between * * around, sl st in beginning sc.

Fasten off.

Weave in all ends.

Final Product

Molly Weasley Doll Sweater

Molly Weasley Doll Sweater - 2

Molly Weasley Doll Sweater - 3


Credit
Dragonsinger's tutorial was taken with permission.

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