Crochet Lace Cardigan

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Crochet Lace Cardigan Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Item:

Jacket

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This pattern includes instructions how to make this cardigan in two versions. You can choose which one you like more or you can make both!
It is made without seams.

Skill level - easy

Sizes and measurements:

Finished chest:
0-6 months " 17 inches or 43cm
6-12 months " 19 inches or 48cm
3-5 years " 24 3/4 inches or 62cm
6-7 years " 28 inches or 72cm

For size 1-2 years I suggest to use DK weight yarn and instructions for size 6-12 months
As you can see the last size is pretty large and I am sure it would fit also older children, the only thing you will have to adjust is the length of the bodice and sleeves, simply repeat the last rows more times if needed.

Materials:
depends which size you are going to make you will need 100 [130, 180, 200] gr (or approx. 274, 342, 480, 548 yards) of sport weight yarn (FINE 2)
crochet hook 3.5mm (E) or size needed to obtain gauge
thread and needle
approximately 3-7 buttons, but you can choose how many buttons to use
small amount of contrasting color yarn (optional)

Stitches used:
st(s) " stitch(es)
ch " chain stitch
sc " single crochet
dc " double crochet
sl st - slip stitch

ALL MY PATTERNS ARE WRITTEN IN STANDARD AMERICAN TERMS!
For your convenience there are step by step description and many photos.

About Designer

About Designer

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All my patterns are written in English, in US terms.
I learned to crochet and knit when I was a little girl. Many years later, being stay at home mom I finally realized my dream - officially became a crochet designer! :-) I hope you will enjoy my patterns! :-) Happy crocheting!

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