Crochet Cardigan Patterns I love August 2020

Crocheted Cardigan Patterns I love

A quick round up of just a few of my favourite cardigan patterns in August 2020. Click on the designer’s name to go to their Ravelry.com store or on the image for that pattern to go to the pattern page on Ravelry.

The Curious Case of the Crazy-Stitch Cardigan

by Michele DuNaier

Michele says this can be made to any size, so doesn’t quote a size range and is part of an ebook collection which is great value. It’s crocheted with DK weight yarn and very adaptable in terms of fit/size.

The Curious Case of the Crazy-Stitch Cardigan
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Everyday Cardigan

by Jennifer Pionk

This is a great basic cardigan to wrap yourself in while you’re lounging around the house or running errands. It uses Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice or similar heavy worsted/Aran weight yarn, 6.5mm/7mm hooks for a quick and easy project.

everyday cardigan, in Crochet Cardigan Patterns I love August 2020
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Lil Denim Cardi

by Ashleigh Kiser

Crocheted with Lion Brand Jeans, which sounds like it could be similar to Stylecraft’s Jeanie Aran yarn, this is an affordable yet stylish piece for every day. Sized XS to 3XL and it looks like it would be easy to upsize.

Lil Denim cardigan
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Conch Cardigan

by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby

I liked the dolman sleeves and casual shape of this one, I can see my friend Helen loving it and it might even talk her into doing some crochet. Sizing is based on the high hip measurement (where the bone is either side of your tummy) and runs from 30-55″. It’s fingering weight yarn which gives it an amazing drape, I really like this one.

Conch Cardigan
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Crocheted Goshen Jacket

by Doris Chan

I couldn’t talk about crochet cardigans without including Doris Chan, who I absolutely love. This one is made from a series of motifs and joined together for an interesting shape.

Goshen Jacket
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Soft Serve

by Doris Chan

I couldn’t resist this one, I’ve made two for my Mum (who loves them to bits) and one for myself, so easy to crochet, great pattern and fantastic result every time.

Soft Serve cardigan
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The Granite Cape

by Stephanie Jessica Lau

This is a fast project, Aran yarn on 6.5 and 7mm hooks. I’d use Vanna’s Choice, Wool-Ease or Heartland.

the granite cape
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Candelaria

by Nomad Stitches

I almost included this in the knit collection when I look at patterns yesterday but when I looked again, I realised it was crochet and loved it even more. 4ply/fingering weight yarn, 3.5mm hook and with a wonderful drape, a great way to use up washable sock yarns.

candelaria cardigan
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Sandbar Cardi

by Toni Lipsey

Crocheted with Lion Brand Worsted Cotton, this is made bottom up and seamed for structure. Sized from S to 3XL.

Sandbar Cardi
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Cobalt Cardi

by Lisa Gentry

I thought this was pretty for a summer’s day, sized S to 2XL using DK yarn.

Crochet Cardigan Patterns I love August 2020 Cobalt Cardi
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Aster Overlay

by Michele DuNaier

Michele says it can be made in any size and it lists S to 4XL, using 4ply/Fingering weight yarn and a 4mm hook it’ll have fabulous drape. Lady Mary would love it.

Aster Overlay
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Janelle

by Dora Ohrenstein

Worked top down, using sport weight yarn and a 5.5mm hook, this cardigan has fabulous drape. I’d use some Lanas Stop Bambini in Linen for a neutral cardigan.

Janelle cardi
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Serge

by Donna Yacino

This pattern is free, sized from 36-56″ bust/chest and I really like the stitch pattern, simple yet effective. Drop sleeves, worked flat and bottom up. I like this denim colour, very easy to wear with jeans or a pretty dress.

Serge cardi
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I hope you like this latest round up of some of my many, many favourites and find something that you love as much as I do.

Loraine

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