Granny Square Crochet Cardigan Pattern Ideas for Summer or Winter
Popham Beach Cardigan Crochet Pattern
Cardigan is made from 32 Squares and 8 Rectangles.
Squares and Rectangles are worked back and forth in rows with increases worked at center of each row.
Pieces are sewn together following a diagram to make the Cardigan.
Finished Bust About 50 in. (127 cm)
Finished Length About 25 in. (63.5 cm)
Summers End Crochet Pattern
When summer comes to an end in the northern parts of the world and we start to have slightly chilly mornings and evenings, this vest is the perfect accessory for jeans, long-sleeved T-shirts and shoes.
Made as themes, with simple connect on the fly.
The pattern includes various layouts of a longer or shorter vest, as well as instructions for resizing.
Kimono Cardigan Crochet Pattern
A light touch in the classic granny square pattern forms the basis of this structured cardigan that’s ready for chilly fall days. Featuring carefully selected Caron x Pantone Bamboo shades, the standout design has tons of color reproduction possibilities to spark your creativity. Crochet as shown or choose another multi-shade option to complete this bold addition to your everyday wardrobe.
It fits the circumference of the bust
XS / S / M / L 28-42 ”71-106.5 cm
XL / 2 / 3XL / 4 / 5XL 44-62 ”112-157.5 cm
XS / S / M / L 50 ”127 cm
XL / 2/3/4 / 5XL 70 ”178 cm
Mathilda’s CardiganCrochet Pattern
This easy crochet cardigan pattern is a fun, beginner-friendly way to create a women’s sweater you’ll love for a lifetime. Roomy puff sleeves and an elegantly fitted waist make this cardigan a great addition to any wardrobe.
Made of two simple hexagons, my easy step-by-step instructions will walk you through each step, even if you’ve never made clothes before.
Works great with a skirt or pair of jeans, you can crochet a Mathilda cardigan in cheerful, bright colors to liven up your wardrobe, or use classic neutral shades to match any outfit.
/ PATTERN DETAIL
• Size: S to 2XL
• Roomy sleeves with a fitted waist
• Beginner-friendly design
• Made of 2 hexagons
• American crochet notations
• Illustrated photos step by step
Throwback Thursday Jacket Crochet Pattern
Rock a retro vibe in this classic ‘70s-inspired cardigan. Relaxed and comfortable this cardigan will be a go-to all summer long.
Small (Medium, Large)
Finished Bust Size 34 (38, 42)”, negative ease recommended.
The different sizes of this cardigan are worked by increasing the hook size to increase the size of each motif.
Width across back: 17″ (S); 19″ (M); 21″ (L)
Length: 29″ (S); 32″ (M); 35.5″ (L)
Armhole: 6.5″ (S); 7.5″ (M); 8.5″ (L)
Sleeve Length: 18″ (S); 19.5″ (M); 22″ (L)
Shown is size Small.
Revival Cardigan Crochet Pattern
We will take the traditional crochet pattern and bring it to life for modern times. This granny square cardigan harks back to a ’70s classic with redesigned details to match your modern wardrobe effortlessly.
Each step of this pattern offers you the opportunity to learn new skills, from seamlessly connecting Granny’s squares to working with a new variation of Granny’s stitch. Simple video and photo tutorials will guide you in crocheting.
Did we mention that the entire cardigan is seamless !? Such good news is worth repeating. This pattern is perfect to be made in neutral colors or any worsted yarn you have in your supply.
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Granny square Cardigan Crochet Pattern
If you can sew a simple granny square, this wonderful Granny Square Jacket crochet pattern will be a fun project for you! This is a great project for beginners. Crochet granny squares using the color combinations you like and dive in, add more colors, mix and give some forgotten yarn some much needed love!
There is only one size but there are instructions on how to make it larger or smaller so that you can use whatever yarn you have at home.
You can download a FREE pdf pattern for anchor yarn. Hope you enjoy making this sweater and if you do I would love to see your progress and final design 🙂 Tag me on Instagram @ leonela.diy or @anchorcrafting