New Design and Awesome Crochet Cardigan Pattern Ideas
Addy Lace Cardigan Crochet Pattern
Join Pamela Stark from Sincerly Pam and Furls Crochet for their CAL in May. This month we’re making a gorgeous free crochet lace cardigan, Addy Cardigan. Details below.
The Addy Cardigan has a beautiful texture with a simple lace body and contrasting hem and cuffs. A simple ribbed button strap allows the cardigan to be worn unbuttoned or fastened with buttons. Perfect for layering over tanks or sleeveless blouses in the warmer months.
Whims Merino DK in mustard skeins (5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10)
5 buttons (approximately 9/16 “each)
H Hook (5.0mm) – I used my Alpha series
Tapestry needle for weaving at the ends
Bobble Cardigan Crochet Pattern
Welcome the colder days with this cozy crochet cardigan with a lovely texture. Made of Caron Simply Soft, the pattern is sewn into pieces and then sewn together. It ends with a wide, buttonless collar which makes it super casual. Create your own color version of this easy-to-wear cardigan that also has a striking bobbin trim along the sleeves. The pattern is great for practicing a variety of techniques such as crochet, bobble, double crochet, basic shaping, sewing, and more.
Tiny Texture Cardigan Crochet Pattern
Cleverly crafted with Red Heart Heat Wave Prints, a yarn that warms when exposed to sunlight, this crochet cardigan is perfect for cooler days. Simple, no buttons and a full collar, it is a casual look that no wardrobe should be without. Get involved in this project that will allow you to create a fun textured stitch while practicing the back ribbing, single crochet and half double crochet hooks. Enjoy these warm clothes for a walk in the park or for a weekend coffee.
Rainbow Cardigan Crochet Pattern
In this post, I want to share with you a very colorful rainbow knitting pattern.
This cardigan is really soft and comfortable thanks to its draping and fit.
It is designed to make you smile and feel happy when you wear it!
This is an easy pattern for those of you who are at an advanced beginner level, and the techniques you need to know are knitting, purl, k2tog and ssk.
Using mostly knitting and left hand stitches, it will also introduce you to closing and modeling.
The cardigan has raglan sleeves, which means the sleeve extends all the way to the collar, leaving a diagonal seam from the armpit to the collarbone.
Cocoon Sweater Crochet Pattern
Sometimes you just want to curl up in a cozy cocoon with a good book, a cup of hot tea and forget about the world. With this new and free cocoon crochet sweater pattern we can do it! Grab the hook and whip your very own crocheted cocoon.
For this pattern we use a double herringbone crochet hook combined with a moss stitch. If you can crochet a semi-double herringbone (here’s a tutorial: https: //hearthookhome.com/how-to-herringbone-half-double -…) and a chain, you’re all set!
Needham Crochet Pattern
Bust (closed): 36 (40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60)”
Length: 27¼ (27¼, 27¾, 28, 28¾, 29¼, 30)”
Shown in size 40”. Recommended ease: 2–4” positive ease.
BERROCO MODERN COTTON (100 grs): 4 (5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7) hanks #1612 Cumberland
NEEDLES and NOTIONS
29” circular needles, sizes 5
(3.75 mm) and 7 (4.50 mm) or size to obtain gauge
1 set double-pointed needles, size 5 (3.75 mm)
4 stitch markers
Waste yarn to hold stitches
20 sts and 26 rows = 4” in St st on larger needle