Who wouldn’t love a crochet cardigan pattern that is easy to work up but gives gorgeous results?
If you have tried my 7-hour Cocoon cardigan, then you know how fast this stitch pattern grows and how gorgeous it looks.
You can pin it for later here.
Lionbrand Heartland yarn was used to design this cardigan. A big hook is used with a lightweight worsted weight yarn to give just the right amount of drape for this pattern.
The asymmetrical hem and the bell sleeves on this lacy crochet cardigan pattern will make it a wardrobe staple. This is a very versatile long crochet cardigan that can be paired with a skirt or a pair of jeans. I named this cardigan Grace as it is a very elegant pattern.
Writing and testing the pattern took longer than expected as each size had its own requirements, but I am beyond pleased with the results. I will be keeping this one for myself :).
Crochet Cardigan Pattern Features
*This crochet pattern is written in standard US terms. You can find a US to UK conversion chart here.
*This crochet cardigan pattern includes 4 sizes, Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.
* A lightweight worsted weight yarn and a K (6.5mm) hook were used to crochet the cardigan. The sample cardigan pictured was crocheted using Lionbarnd Heartland yarn in color Mountain Rainer.
*The cardigan is made from a rectangle leaving slits for the sleeves. The sleeves are then directly worked onto the body. No sewing is involved.
*You will need only 6 skeins for size small, 7 skeins for Size Medium and 8 skeins for size Large or Extra Large if using Lionbrand Heartland yarn. That would be equal to 1510 yards for small, 1760 yards for Medium and 2010 yards if you are substituting with any other yarn of similar weight.