ANNIE'S SIGNATURE DESIGNS: Samsara Lace Pullover Crochet Pattern
Made using 4 (4, 4, 5, 5) balls of Cascade Yarns Sarasota DK-weight cotton/acrylic yarn.
Design by Lena Skvagerson for Annie's Signature Designs.
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August 12, 2022
I think once the errors in the pattern were discovered a revised pattern should have been sent to all who had paid for this pattern. Since the pattern is in a protected PDF file, the file I received cannot be amended I had to create an "errata" file in Word to go along with it. I have made this pattern twice the first time in the recommended Sarasota yarn, which I felt was stiff and scratchy. The second time I made it in a DK weight 3 baby yarn, which turned out beautifully. It is a lovely pattern once you get past the errors.
Annie's Customer ServiceGail - Thank you for your review, Gail. You can download a copy of the pattern which incorporates the corrections by accessing your bookshelf and downloading the pattern again.
March 11, 2022
The Samsara Lace Pullover is an interesting mix of crochet stitches and textures. Read the pattern carefully and download the Revisions.Note As of the date of this review, there is only one revision in the Rhomb Texture section. I have enjoyed making this pullover and appreciated the helpful and quick response from Britt in Pattern Sevices.
August 28, 2021
I entered my sweater at State Fair and received best in the show. It was a very fun sweater to make!!
April 14, 2021
This pattern is definitely not easy due to errors, confusing instructions, and incomplete instructions. Since I'm an experienced crocheter I was able to persevere and puzzle it out. What IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m more disappointed in is the suggested yarn! The Sarasota is scratchy and stiff so the created fabric is just not at all inviting. I purchased this last spring just as everything had shut down and decided to buy the kit from Annie's. However, due to my first grandchild coming I put my patterns aside and have been crocheting baby items and only now getting to this project. Now that I've figured out the pattern I may make another with better yarn!
August 29, 2020
Been crocheting for many years and can normally read patterns with no problem, but this one has been a challenge, will keep on trucking/crocheting until the end, I hope.