Chevron Lace Cardigan


Chevron Lace Cardigan


Chevron Lace Cardigan
Chevron Lace Cardigan

This free crochet pattern is very customizable. You determine the length and width of this chevron lace sweater by trying it on as you crochet, and you can add long or cap sleeves. Finish with your favorite buttons and accessories.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I'm wondering why one front is worked in single crochet and the other front is worked in double crochet. The band won't match because of the different stitches. Also, the neckband will become wider as I work around to make the fronts wide enough. Any clarification is greatly appreciated.

With a design like this chevron lace cardigan, it would be possible to make more than one of them and have a completely different sweater at the end. By customizing what you want you can have a long or short cardigan with long or short sleeves in almost any color imaginable. I love free patterns like this.

I love to find patterns like this. Not only can this be created in more than one size you can customize the length of the bodice as well as the length of the sleeves. I like the neutral grey but I would love to see this beautiful chevron lace in a bright color like red or yellow.

I really like the look of this pattern but I am confused how to do the sleeves. I see in one of the remarks that it would make a good vest and maybe I will do that so I can see how the pattern shapes up. I usually am not a fan of chevrons but done in this way they are understated. Thank you of the pattern.

Started this pattern yesterday and I am already halfway on the body. Did make some modification to the underarms but so far that is it. What I would like to know is how long did it take you to make this sweater?

Someone commented it makes a great vest and that is actually a really good idea. You could make it with little cap sleeves to be a perfect summer cardigan. I think I may try it that way. I love that it is top down and I adore the stitch pattern. I can't help but love crochet lace. It is just always so pretty.

For some reason the pattern will not download to my notebook. Never had problems before

Hi Thulme, I just double-checked the functionality of the "Save Pattern" button and it seems to be working just fine. Are you still experiencing problems? Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

Finished this cardigan on Saturday and absolutely love it. Very easy pattern to follow. I added bands to the sleeves and the bottom.

As soon as I read it done top down I was sold. I really like patterns like that. Plus I like a lacy sweater, even in winter. It is lighter and you don't feel all that bulk under a coat. This pattern will be perfect. It will look nice with a bit of glitter too. Thank you.

I do not like that when I click on the link that says Click here for crochet pattern it does not open up a website or blog that contains it pattern it only immediately wants me to save a pdf file to my computer. I dont know what is actually contained in that file and whether it is safe. I like to be taken to the site and decide for myself.

What a pretty cardigan sweater pattern! It is so light and airy looking. Certainly almost a vintage look. It will only fit up to a 48" chest with no room for extra movement, so if you are busty this pattern might not be for you. I like all the user pics, too, because it shows how versatile the pattern can be and how it can be customized to suit your own taste.

The other day, I was looking for a crochet pattern for a sweater that I can make for myself. The temperature where I'm currently located is starting to drop and I need a sweater or poncho that is not so thick, just enough to keep me warm when it gets chilly. This Chevron Lace Cardigan comes close to what I have in mind although it looks like I need to customize it to suit my style and preference. I also want to do this sweater in my choice of color. This sweater is alright as it is I'll probably make it a bit longer up to the hipline. Thanks for this free pattern

This is so pretty!

It also makes a great vest!

I absolutely love this pattern and made a few.

I cannot print this pattern in Adobe Reader. All I get is the pictures of the worked pattern, a lot of exclamation marks, some letters such as DC, SC. It is unreadable. It is such a nice looking cardigan, I would enjoy making this.

Carleen, Out of curiosity, I tried the pattern as written in the largest size starting with a chain of 68. It worked perfectly for me; I wound up with 88 stitches after completing the first row. My suggestion is to follow the pattern as written very literally - pay attention to the commas that separate the stitches and when in doubt, diagram. Good luck.

has no pattern only photo

Has the problem with the initial chain been resolved, please

Did you ever find out if this pattern was wrong?

I think there's something wrong with the first row of this pattern. I'm trying to make the largest one. If you chain 68 and follow the pattern, and I even looked closely at the photo to make sure I was doing it correctly, the stitch count does not end up with 88. I even tried doing the HDC, Ch2, HDC in the SAME chain and that doesn't work either. The photo clearly shows each HDC in a separate chain. Is the original foundation chain incorrect? Thanks!

This pattern is in a PDF format, so you will need Adobe Reader to view it. You should have a print option in your menu bar in Adobe Reader. Thanks!

i am trying to print out the pattern for chevon lace cardigan and it won't let me

pattern link seems to be broken?


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