16 Stylish Crochet Cardigans and Patterns Ideas

It has been a while since the first crochet cardigan position was written. I haven’t written for a long time. Nobody visits my site because I just opened my blog. This causes a little low motivation in me. Now I have to say this first. These contents do not belong to me. Patterns, all made by other designers. Creating a cardigan pattern requires you to have a really good skill. Even designing a plain cardigan is quite difficult. It is not really morally ethical in using other people’s patterns. Instead, I found it appropriate to share the designs in this way. I hope you will like it. In this second position I will share 16 different patterns with you. I hope you will like it.

#1 In the Hood Granny Square Cardigan Pattern

Durable Cosy Extra Fine 58% Cotton, 42 Polyacrylic, 50g/180m/197yds.
MC: Charcoal 2237 x 12 (13, 14, 15) balls
Yarn A: Bordeaux 222 x 1 ball
Yarn B: Cream 172 x 1 ball
Yarn C: Coral 2190 x 2 balls
Yarn D: Raspberry 228 x 1 ball
Yarn E: Teal 2142 x 1 ball
Yarn F: Orange 2194 x 2 balls
Yarn G: Honey 2179 x 1 ball
Yarn H: Plum 249 x 1 ball
Yarn I: Pacifi c Green 2138 x 2 balls

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#2 Gardénia Cardigan Pattern

Gardénia is a very aromatic white flower on a dark and dense green bush. Is very common in Portuguese gardens and I found their very beautiful.
Gardénia is the wintery version of Verbena. Is knitted with an exquisite yarn, Silk 4 Milk a blend of milk fibers, silk and cashmere.
It is knitted seamlessly from the top down, with raglan shaping and a cables and lace panel in the back. In the armhole, sleeve stitches will be put on hold while you continue to work the rest of the body of the cardigan. Once the body has been completed you will pick up your sleeves stitches and knit your sleeves down towards the cuff. The neckband and button bands are knitted over picked-up stitches along the edges of the cardigan.

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#3 Comfiest Knit Cardigan Pattern

This is such a comfy cardigan that I want to wear nearly every day!
Featuring amazing drape, a super soft fabric and cozy pockets, this roomy sweater is both cute and practical. With just minimal shaping, it’s an awesome project for newer knitters! The weight of this cardigan makes it perfect for any climate, whether you’re staying home or heading out.

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#4 Gilet V Cardigan Pattern

Simple and sleek in shape, everything is played in the twist. This model for a skilled knitter is made with a PURE DOUCEUR yarn – 58% Mohair – 37% Polyamide – 5% Wool and a PARADOU yarn: 41% acrylic – 37% cotton – 11% linen – 10% viscose and 1% polyester. It is knitted in 1/1 rib, purl stockinette stitch and cable stitch on needles 5.5 and 7. Use 2 cable needles to make it easier for you to make the cables. 5 pearly buttons Ø 20 mm close the waistcoat. Discover our wide range of buttons in the accessories category – locking system

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#5 Garrison Creek Cardigan Pattern

You’ll love the comfy fit on this knit cardigan featuring a boxy shape and cropped length. Stitched with a characteristic tweedy effect from Patons Shetland Chunky Tweeds, this garment features fully fashioned shaping and a lofty ribbed texture that’s perfect to keep the cold out. Knit in pieces, then sewn together, this pattern features the shaker rib stitch and raglan shaping techniques to keep you engaged. Whether you make it in the designer’s shade, or your own color, it’s a welcome addition to any autumn wardrobe.

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#6 Let’s Stripe Cardigan Pattern

This crochet cardigan is designed for all-day comfort and style, so let’s make one of your very own! Begin with your best shade of Caron Anniversary Cakes. Since it’s a self-striping yarn, we’ve made it effortless to create random stripes along the whole body of the sweater. Simple single crochet and double crochet make this project work-up easily, for a very wearable, casual cardigan that’s bound to become your new favorite!

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#7 Juurakko Cardigan Pattern

Yarn demand
Novita Nordic Wool
(649) Squirrel 950(1000)1050(1150)1200 g
Needles and other supplies
Circular needles (80 cm / 32 in) Novita 4½ mm (UK 7 / US 7) and 5 mm (UK 6 / US 8) or sizes needed; a second 4½ mm circular needle (80 cm / 32 in) for the border; cable needle

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#8 Oravala Cardigan Pattern

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#9 Harvest Cardigan Pattern

Perfect with jeans and boots or leggings and fuzzy socks, the Harvest Cardigan features goodies like functional buttons and hidden pockets. It’s written for sizes XS – 5XL, and includes information for a Petite modification.

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#10 Poplar Cardi Cardigan Pattern

As cozy as a giant hug, this oversized cardigan with balloon sleeves is constructed so there is only one seam! Worked from cuff to center back in two pieces, this project is a breeze to knit and perfect for throwing on when the temperature drops.
Skill Level: Easy
Size: Finished Bust Size 38 (42, 48, 52, 58)” to fit bust 30 (34, 38, 42, 46)”. 4-8” positive ease recommended. Shown in size 48”
Gauge: 8 sts and 12 rows = 4” 10 cm in Seed Stitch

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#11 My Precious Cardigan Pattern

My Precious Cardigan is a top-down cardigan made with the Raglan technique. The yoke is worked longer than the usual Raglan cardigans because it is an oversize cardigan. My precious Cardigan is has a positive ease of 15 cm (9”). The pattern is for sizes S-XXL and is written in US terms.
Yarn: Hobbii Highland Wool in color Dark Teal (discontinued)
How much yarn do you need?
S = 275 grams/970 m/1057 yds (6 balls)
M = 300 grams/1035 m / 1130 yds (6 balls)
L = 320 grams/1110 m/1210 yds (7 balls)
XL = 340 grams/1180 m/1290 yds (7 balls)
XXL = 370 grams/1250 m/1366 yds (8 balls)

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#12 Glamour Cardigan Pattern

You will need a cable needle
Finished measurements:
Bust circumference: 45.75(49.5, 53.75, 57.25, 61.5)“ 116.5(125.5, 136.5, 145.5, 156.5) cm
Finished length: 31.75(32.5, 33.25, 34, 34.75)” 80.5(82.5, 84.5, 86.5, 88.5) cm
Sleeve to underarm: 15(15, 15.25, 15.25, 15.25)“ 38(38, 39, 39, 39) cm
Yarn used:
Rowan Selects Patins
Shade 415 Lustre- 6(6, 7, 8, 8) balls

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#13 Glitter Cardigan Pattern

You will need a cable needle.

Finished measurements:
Bust circumference: 35.75(39.25, 43.75, 47.25, 51.5)“ 91(100, 111, 120, 131) cm
Finished length: 19.(19.75, 20.5, 21.25, 22)” 48(50, 52, 54, 56) cm
Sleeve to underarm: 6(6, 6.25, 6.25, 6.75, 7)“ 15(15.5, 16, 17, 17.5) cm

Yarn used:
Rowan Selects Patina
Shade 411 Old Gold – 3(4, 4, 4, 5) balls

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#14 Cobblestone Cardigan Pattern

This top down raglan cardigan is an intermediate level pattern with a fitted bust and oversized sleeves.

The seed stitch offers warmth and details that set this cardigan apart and the oversized sleeves make it even more comfy!

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#15 Coziest Cable Cardigan Pattern

The pattern is free to view in full on the blog through the link here on Ravelry. There is also an ad-free, printable version available for purchase on Etsy. Hope you like it!

Loose, cozy fabric and an oversized fit make this one of the
comfiest sweaters ever! This cardigan features minimal shaping and basic stitching. There’s a link to a helpful tutorial on how to knit cables if you’ve never tried them.

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#16 Matisse Cardigan Pattern

Happy colors are what make this simple cardigan shine. Knit in simple stockinette, this open front cardigan is easy to make and easier to wear.
Bust: (38, 42, 45½) 50½, 54, 58 {61½, 66½, 70}“ / (96.5, 106.5, 115.5) 128.5, 137, 147.5 {156, 169, 178} cm
Note: Bust measurement includes approximately 6” / 15 cm opening in center front.
Length: (27, 27.5, 27.5) 28, 28.5, 28.5 {29, 29.5, 30}” / (68.5, 70, 70) 71, 72.5, 72.5 {73.5, 75, 76} cm
Shown in size 45½“ / 27.5 cm.
Recommended ease: 4–6” / 10–15 cm positive ease.

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