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This pretty cardigan will be great on a cool summer evening!

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Intermediate
 
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Item # AC01213
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This cardigan features simple constructions and easy stitch work. The fronts can be left loose or fastened at opposite shoulders for a different style. Sizes: S ( M, L, XL, 2X). Sample shown is made using 9 (10, 11, 13, 15) hanks Tahki Cotton Classic Lite fine (sport) weight cotton yarn in the color light raspberry.

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Convertible Cardigan Crochet Pattern

February 12, 2015

The pattern is so beautiful UNTIL you get to the armhole. Then is totally confusing. I have ripped out and tried 4 times now. I am so disappointed.

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Convertible Cardigan Crochet Pattern

August 24, 2014

I made this sweater in Omega Sinfonia Coral color. It turned out beautiful! I am getting so many compliments on it. The Omega yarn was a little heavier than the recommended yarn but it still drapes nicely. I would love to try it in the Universal Pop yarn and of course the Tahki yarn that was recommended, but I found that yarn to be a little pricey. I didn't have any trouble figuring out the pattern. I just took one step at a time and it worked out fine. I would definitely make this pattern again!

Convertible Cardigan Crochet Pattern

August 18, 2014

I'm having a bit of problems with the cardigan do you make 2 sleeves separate? Where do you start on the body opening edge? I'm totally confused. Thank you Debbie

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