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Spring Cardigan

By: Samantha Kearney from yarnella.com
Spring Cardigan
Spring Cardigan

"This Cardigan is made using the Tunisian crochet stitch and I have included a picture tutorial on how to do this stitch. I used a 6.5 afghan hook and this project took me about 2 weeks to complete. I also ironed the finished cardigan to make the stitches open up more since blocking didn't achieve the openness I was going for. Ironing made the yarn flat and gave it a more flexible cardigan, while just blocking still left the stitches tight and thick."

NotesPlease keep in mind that measurements are after ironing your finished cardigan!

Easy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugeafter ironing- 12 sts for 11 rows is 4 inches

Finished Sizedepends on size. details on pattern.

Materials List

  • 4 skeins of Yarn Bee Sweet Delight Yarn in Angel
  • 6.5 afghan crochet hook
  • 4 stitch markers
  • yarn needle
  • iron
  • scissors
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Oh, this is new to me. Very simple, very easy to do, this Spring Cardigan. Can be made in one long weekend in your choice of yarn. I want to do this in medium teal, moss green or baby blue.

Spring and cardigan usually do not go together in my vocabulary. However, this light weight cardigan just may be able to make that a reality for me. I was thinking using the Tunisian Crochet stitch would create a more dense fabric, but I can see air holes in this pattern. Perhaps it all depends on the yarn you select to use.

I have seen Tunisian crochet mostly in afghans. I think this is the first article of clothing that I have found using the stitch. The directions call for making 3 panels and arms and assembling them. Sounds easy enough. Using a very pale color will really make this more spring like also.

I did not realize that Tunisian crochet could be so fun to do! I am loving this spring cardi. The sleeves have what looks like a slight flare/bell but I know that there is no shaping in this pattern, so that remains a mystery to me. So, so beautiful in this angelic white.

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