Dancing poppies cardigan

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Dancing poppies cardigan Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You'll need to know the basic crochet stitches: how to chain, single-crochet and double-crochet.

Pattern Description:

This light cardigan is perfect for chilly summer nights.
Worked with Noro Kureyon and a larger hook than usually, the resulting fabric has drape and all the colorwork is done by the pretty yarn.

I esp. love the color change of the poppies along the bottom edging.

This cardigan was designed after the baby version Dancing poppies mini bolero , published in the book "crochet one skein wonders, 101 projects from crocheters around the world".

Additional notes are available at the end to add 3/4 sleeves to this cardigan instead of the little cap sleeves.

Made with Noro Kureyon yarn and 6 mm (J) hook

Permission to sell your finished items. :-)


15.5 sts and 7.5 rows in dc (US) in front loop

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • XS (S, M, L, XL)
  • Bust: 71/76 (81/86, 91/96, 101/106, 111/116) cm
  • 28/30 (32/34, 36/38, 40/42, 44/46) inches


  • You'll need 5 to 8 skeins of Noro Kureyon yarn (or similar worsted weight yarn) for the sleeveless version.
  • And a 6 mm (J) hook

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Noro Kureyon



About Designer

About Designer

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by SylvChezPlum
Grenoble, Vercors, France
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Bonjour! I'm Sylvie Damey, french designer living in the french Alps. I learned to knit as a child. In 2004, the birth of my first daughter was the occasion for me to start publishing my own designs, learn to crochet, spin yarn...and even sew again. And, that's how ChezPlum started. My patterns have also been published in Knitty.com and the book "1000 hats" by Annie Modesitt.

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