Crochet Cardigan

Crochet Cardigan

Crochet Cardigan
Crochet Cardigan

"This is a beautiful crochet long sweater, half double crochet is used to make this sweater, stitches are close by with no holes.this is very warm is cosy for your child. it is long sleeve with collar that can be styled in two ways, basic pattern is for 4-5 year old.you can make it is smaller and larger sizes by changing hook size. I have used 5mm crochet hook with worsted weight(aran) yarn.you can make it for both boy and girls in nay color combination.i have used color combination of dusky pink with off white."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gaugeany

Finished Size4-5 year old

Materials List

  • Dusky pink(worsted weight)yarn
  • off white (worsted weight)yarn
  • 5mm crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • 5 buttons

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I love when a pattern can be for a girl or boy just by changing the colors. I may do this in dark navy blue and the trim and pockets in a pale blue. Or a dark brown sweater with tan trim and pockets. Thank you for sharing this very nice project.

What a cute and classic sweater for the younger ones. Love those darling little pockets on the front that would hold a tissue, candy treat, or a special little toy. This cardigan is made with regular worsted weight yarn (but make sure to get a softer version) and simple basic crochet stitches.

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