A fall perfect cardigan!

Skill Level: Intermediate
Video Tutorial
Item # LM335V
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Just a glance at this chic little cardi will make you want your own! Create this comfy cardigan as part of a layered fashion look. The Draped Front Cardigan is flattering on all figure types.

In this video, crochet expert Lena Skvagerson demonstrates how to create the Draped Front Cardigan.
You’ll learn how to:
  • Create crochet rib borders.
  • Make a beautiful two-row repeat shell stitch texture.
  • Crochet the sleeves in the round.
  • Finish the Draped Front Cardigan project.
  • This video is also available on Annie's Creative Studio.

    It is worked from the bottom up in three pieces and then crocheted together using 5 (5, 6, 7, 7, 8) skeins of Omega Trigo light (DK) weight mercerized cotton yarn.

    Finished sizes:
  • Made to fit: S (M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL)
  • Bust: 39 3/4" (43 3/4", 47 3/4", 51 3/4", 55 3/4", 59 3/4")
  • Length: 30" (32", 34", 37", 39", 40")

  • Designed by Kristen Stoltzfus Clay.


    Overall rating:
    3 out of 5
    (2 reviews)

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    Draped Front Cardigan Crochet Pattern or Video

    April 24, 2023

    This is my first garment to make. I am disappointed that the video did not continue to show In detail on how to make the sleeves.

    Draped Front Cardigan Crochet Pattern or Video

    January 2, 2023

    I really did not enjoy this pattern at all. I hated working with the DK yarn. Because of the way the sweater is made, you end up working with the entire garment when you are doing the sleeves. If you miss counting the rows, it is extremely hard to count them after the fact. I am on the last sleeve and can't wait till it is done! I just hope I like the finished sweater after all the time and work I put into it. Some people may like working with the yarn and the pattern, so I am giving it 3 stars. As for me, I am throwing the pattern away when I finish. I also know I will never work with DK yarn again.

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