Caron Crochet Slounge Cardigan Pattern
Hello my beloved ones, what a joy it is to have you here once again. Welcome to Crafts Mommy. I love this pattern because it has a simple construction with just one row of double crochet at the beginning and end of each sleeve. It’s perfect for beginners who want to learn how to make a sweater without having to worry about complicated stitch patterns. If you’re looking for a cozy cardigan to wear during the winter months, then look no further than this slouchy Caron Crochet Slounge Cardigan. The pattern includes detailed instructions for making a collar, button band, sleeves, and cuffs. You’ll be able to create this stylish cardi in just two easy steps: First, cast on using worsted weight yarn and single crochet (sc) stitches. Next, work the body of the cardigan in sc until the piece measures approximately 18 inches from the bottom of the neckline. Finally, join into a round using slip stitch (sl st), leaving a 6 inch tail.
To complete the sweater, simply pick up stitches around the neckline and work in sc until the entire piece measures 24 inches from the bottom of neckline. Finish off the ends with a simple knot. Once you’ve completed the sweater, you’ll find that it has a loose fit, which makes it perfect for layering under sweaters and jackets. And if you want to add some extra warmth, you can use a bulky yarn to increase the size of the sweater. If you’re looking for a cozy cardigan that’s easy to wear year round, then look no further than this slouchy Caron crochet sloung cardigan. The pattern includes detailed instructions for making both the body and sleeves, plus there are instructions for making the collar and button band. You can choose between two different sizes of the sweater, depending on what kind of shape you prefer.
For example, if you want the sweater to be looser at the shoulders, then you should go with the smaller size. Otherwise, if you want the shoulder seams to be tighter, then you should go for the larger size. Either way, once you’ve finished crocheting the sweater, you‘ll find that it has an oversized fit, which makes it comfortable to wear throughout the seasons. The pattern also includes instructions for making the collar (which is optional), button band, and cuffed hem. There are three sizes included in the pattern, so you can choose whichever one best fits your needs. The smallest size measures approximately 26 inches from top to bottom; the medium size measures approximately 28 inches from top to bottom, while the largest size measures approximately 30 inches from top to bottom.
If you want to wear this slouchy cardigan year round, then you might consider knitting it in a lighter weight yarn. For example, if you knit it using worsted weight yarn, then you could wear it during the winter months. However, if you prefer wearing your sweater in warmer weather, then you should opt for a heavier weight yarn such as chunky weight yarn. Knitting this slouchy cardi is easy enough for beginners. You simply need to follow the written directions carefully. Once you complete the project, you can wear it casually around the house or take it to work.
If you want to knit a slouchy cardigan, then this is the pattern for you. With just four simple stitches, you can create a cozy sweater that fits comfortably around your shoulders. The pattern includes detailed instructions for making a collar, button band, sleeves, and cuffs. Plus, there are pictures showing you exactly what each step entails. Knit this slouchy cardigan from the bottom up, starting with the body. Cast on using two strands of yarn held together.
Work the first row of single crochet (sc) stitch, followed by one row of double crochet (dc). Continue working dc until the piece measures 7 1/2 inches long. Next, work one row of sc. Repeat these three steps until the entire piece has been worked. Finish off by sewing the ends together. If you want to wear this cozy sweater year round, simply add a scarf or hat to complete the look. A kiss from Mommy until next time. And for you to have a complete step by step, you can go here :
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