15 Fabulous Crochet Cardigans and Patterns

Dear friends. I love you all. Welcome to my post today. Today we will examine very beautiful crochet cardigan models with you. I share 15 beautiful patterns with you. First of all, I would like to thank the creators who prepared these designs with a great effort and time. Really, very different designs have emerged. If you look at the rest of the article, you will see that I share different cardigan models with you. Each person’s point of view is different. Compared to this, it may differ in the models it likes. My favorite is generally long and shabby models. I especially love cardigans with large pockets. I will continue to share my own recipes in my future articles. I hope you like.

#1 Grainne Pocket Cardigan Pattern

The Grainne crochet cardigan is the perfect fall cardigan. I’ve had so many requests to design a cardigan with pockets, something cozy for breezy fall days, but something that’s easy enough to do.

This everyday crochet cardigan was designed with five panels, the back, two fronts and two sleeves. All panels are worked from the bottom up starting with a ribbed hem or a ribbed sleeve cuff.

When all the panels are done they are sewn together using your preferred stitch, i.e. mattress stitch or whip stitch etc, then the ribbed neckline is created. Once most of the cardigan is created, we move on to making the super trendy pockets. Each pocket is created with a fold over the rib and is secured with a button. I get so many questions on how to make buttonholes so I guess this pattern gives you some learning on how to do it.

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#2 Crochet Seaside Cardigan Pattern

Inspiration + design
It’s been a while since I designed a simple crochet cardigan, so I set out to make the perfect lightweight cotton cardigan for summer! Mine is a little tight, but you can easily make it bigger and make this sweater baggy and oversized.

I love the look of the thick, wraparound ribs that wrap around the entire neck and hem in one motion. I knew I had to create a base cardigan shape that suited this idea, but I wanted to make sure there wasn’t a lot of crazy math and complicated shapes.

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#3 Cocoon Cardigan Pattern

Meet the free Everyday Cocoon crochet cardigan pattern with step-by-step video tutorial! This is perfect for everyday use around the house or just for a cold day.

This super easy beginner crochet cocoon cardigan made from just one long rectangle and uses a row repeat for the entire piece.

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#4 Lacy Easy Summer Cardigan Pattern

Meet the lace crochet summer cardigan pattern! You’re still on the summer beach theme with me.

Wear this cute and cute summer crochet cardigan and feel like going on your dream Island beach vacation.

Featuring this super easy crochet lace stitch for beginners, this summer cardigan is so light and airy that it will blow away when you wear it. It is ideal to cover the swimsuit or for the beach.

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#5 Mauve-A-Lous Duster Cardigan Pattern

New crochet pattern plus free video tutorial! The Mauve-A-Lous Duster Cardigan is knitted in one piece from side to side. It’s the perfect crochet cardigan to keep you warm and cozy. Basic crochet stitches are used throughout with a simple 2-row repeat.

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#6 Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

This free crochet cardigan really * is * beginner-friendly
You know how sometimes you look at a pattern and it’s beautiful but devastatingly intricate? Not here. I designed the Everyday Cardigan to take you from a crochet of “I can only make scarves and blankets” to a “I can make my own clothes!” crocheter. All it takes is a good sweater to flip the switch and allow you to wrap your head around the construction of the garment in a much larger way.

Actually, this pattern is a series of rectangles that you sew together, that’s it! So I wholeheartedly believe that if you can knit a simple scarf, you can knit a simple sweater, honestly. I’ll also show you everything in a video tutorial, so don’t stress. You got it!

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#7 Easy Pocket Cardigan Pattern

The Briar cardigan is cozy and oversized, with loose, baggy sleeves and a single ribbed hem. It’s the perfect crochet cardigan for chilly fall days as the relaxed fit allows you to wear tons of layers underneath! Combine it with jeans, over a flowing dress and as it is quite long you can also wear it over leggings.

This simple crochet cardigan also features two handy pockets that can fit a full-size smartphone. Crafted in half double, double, double knit front and back, the Briar cardigan is a wonderful easy crochet cardigan pattern that is ideal for first-time or beginner crochet garment makers.

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#8 Easy Grey Cardigan Pattern

A cosy cardigan is my favourite thing to wear on those chilly autumnal evenings. They’re the perfect snuggly extra layer. If you haven’t found the ideal cosy cardy yet, don’t panic, why not try making one instead. You won’t believe how easy this cardigan is to make. All it requires is a simple crochet rectangle folded in half.

I first saw a version of this over on Pinterest last year. After recently learning how to crochet I was looking for a simple pattern to show me how to crochet a cardigan for beginners. And after a bit of searching, I came across the perfect pattern showing you how to crochet a cardigan from a rectangle.

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#9 Crimson Cardigan Pattern

You Will Need:
1045 (1160, 1303, 1550, 1690, 1830, 1975, 2275, 2465) yards of #4 Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca Bonus Bundle in Crimson, 90% Acrylic, 10% Alpaca, 7oz / 200g or 415 yds / 380m per skein, 3 (3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6) skeins, if using the 3.5oz / 100g skeins, you’ll need 5 (6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 11, 12) skeins)
US Size I / 5.5mm Crochet Hook (or size needed to obtain gauge)
Measuring Tape
Yarn Needle or Blunt Tapestry Needle
5 (5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6) Buttons, 1 ⅛” in diameter

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#10 Stay Home Cardigan Pattern

Make a super cozy oversized cardigan with this free pattern.
The skill level is easy, which makes it great for beginner knitters who want to try making their first garment.
This raglan cardigan is knit in five pieces and uses bulky weight yarn for quick results!
This cardigan has an oversized fit, which makes it really soft and comforting to wrap yourself up in.
Wear it while you stay at home, working or relaxing.

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#11 Ridgeline Cardigan Pattern

Knit this gorgeous chunky cardigan with striking ridges using a bulky wool blend yarn! The Ridgeline Cardigan is a seamless design that works up very quickly. You will love knitting this beautiful and stylish piece and layering it over all your outfits!
Sizing is listed below (check out the blog post for exact yardage and number of skeins required):

Bust: (48, 56, 64, 72) to fit actual bust of (32-38, 40-46, 48-54, 56-62)
Length: (25, 26, 27, 28)
Armhole: (7-7.5, 8-8.5, 9-9.5, 10-10.5)

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#12 Eline Cardigan Pattern

Eline Cardigan
This cardigan is knitted in 13 shades Cosy fine faded in a beautiful alternating stripe pattern with hems in a solid shade of Cosy fine to add contrast. This cardigan promises to add color to your wardrobe. The pattern in itself is nicely simple, so it’s perfect for a next step in knitting for a more advanced beginner.

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#13 Hashtag Jacket Pattern

Hi everyone, and Happy New Year! knitting with cotton yarn can be a challenge since it lacks elasticity a little bit. When I ordered Paintbox yarn, I was eager to get my hand on this beautiful yarn pack I found online, a palette of four colors. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that the yarn I purchased was made from cotton, so It took me a while to figure out what it would be suitable for. I finally decided to turn this yarn into a spring jacket. First, I decided that this palette needed a primary color added to it for my new project, and black yarn seemed to be the right choice, from there I got to work on the design.
As my followers know, I’m an old fan of mosaic patterns, so I chose the hashtag pattern for my jacket. I think it’s both beautiful and intricate looking. I am very satisfied with the final product, and I think it would be a wonderful piece to wear next spring. When writing the instructions, I’ve tried to make them as clear and simple as possible, so I hope you have fun making this jacket. I also made a matching slouchy from the remaining yarn, which I will post later. Another surprise accessory is still in the making, so stay tuned.

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#14 Hand in My Pocket Cardigan Pattern

The Hand in My Pocket Cardiagan is made up of the following: back panel, the front panels are worked right on to the back panel, the sleeves are seamed on flat, the sides are seamed leaving pocket holes, and the collar is then added after sleeves and panels are seamed together.

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#15 Comfy Striped Cardigan Pattern

XS/S (M/L, 1X/2X, 3X/4X)
Finished Bust About 43½ (47, 50½, 54) in. (110.5 (119.5, 128.5, 137) cm), including front bands
Finished Length About 24 (24½, 25, 25½) in. (61 (62, 63.5, 65) cm)

#137 Terracotta 3 (3, 4, 4) balls (A)
#127 Peanut 2 (3, 3, 4) balls (B)
#099 Fisherman 1 (2, 2, 2) ball(s) (C)

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