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I found a 3 D pattern for an afghan and decided that I would like to crochet a sweater with that pattern. so this is it. I just love the 3 D pattern in this sweater.
I have been knitting for many years and I love making my own patterns, when I find something I like.
I also gave you pictures of close up so you can really see the 3D.

Feb.13/2007 update

I Just found the pattern, that I took to make this sweater. It was in the Quick & Easy Magazine Jan./Feb. 1999.

I am in the process of making an afghan, I just have to go buy one more colour.
i was just wondering if you had the pattern for this 3D sweater pattern? I just love it.
Sorry I just used a pattern from another cardigan and applied the cubes from the blanket pattern,.<br>
Just found your pattern and loved it. Is there any way I could get the pattern as I"'m having trouble finding a pattern for my daughter. She needs a 3-4xxxx pattern. There are just not alot of patterns out the to crochet for a girl of that size, Any help would be greatly appreciated. From cold Michigan. Skeeter
<strong>Very Nice</strong> Wanna sell it? Make one to order? Or, at least post contact info for the pattern.<br/>
Here is the pattern that you asked for. Doris
wow, i've seen blanket patterns for a similar design, but i haven't been able to figure out the cubey thingy, thats really cool!
I have posted the pattern on the site for thr afghan
Thank you. I am making the actual blanket right now. I am half waydone.
that is really interesting - are you going to include instruction/pattern on how to do that design? that would be really nice if you could - the 3D effect is astounding.
Here is the pattern of the afghan. I just made it in the pinks , it is just beautiful. I am posting it , so anyone who wants it, can get it. Happy crocheting and good luck . I would really like to see it when it's done. So send me a picture if you can. Doris
I can't believe my eyes - gorgeous! Are you taking orders?
Brileant idea feel hot in winter
Wow! That's one of the coolest sweaters I have ever seen! Great job! +1 rating.
Just in case I forgot someone. I would like to thank all the beautifull comments and to those of you who voted for my project thanks a million. Very much appreciated. Doris
I'm really sorry, but this has been bugging me for a while- how do you pronounce 'crochet'? Would it be 'cro-shay'?
Yes, it would sound like croshay.
I just love the sweater! You are one talented person.
Sorry for hijacking your comments with a discussion of geeky video games! (But now my husband wants a sweater or a blanket with this pattern. I'm in for some work.)
Wow.
A pin with the video game character Q*Bert.
Oh, that would be neat! <em>Very</em> geeky, though. ;)<br/>
...Did you mention geeky on a DIY site?
<sup>possibly</sup><br/>
OOOOH - AHHHH Neat-o! I like it! Very nice work!
Was it hard to make?
like this, Crow Shay
That looks fabulous! I'm impressed by your ability to translate patterns across different items- way ahead of my crocheting skill level. The 3D pattern makes me think of the old Q*Bert video game, so it has some retro geek appeal as well.
A Q*Bert pin hopping around on your sweater would be sweet!
Amazing 3-D effect!
That is simply amazing!!!

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