Crochet Snuggly cardi

Crochet Snuggly cardi

A must-have apparel in cold days? It should be a snuggle up style cardigan crocheted by wool blended yarn.

This one is an elegant crocheted cardigan, designed by simple crochet stitches and embellished with cable lines.

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Materials: ( I used )
5mm crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn: latte color ( about 1000 gr for the sample – size XL / 100 gr or 229 yds per skein )
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Yarn needle
Scissors

If you don’t crochet, you can buy this cardigan on my Etsy shop 🙂

Abbreviations

Note: I used chainless starting dc for every first dc of each row/ round instead of ch 3. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch 2, dc into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc into 1st stitch for every first dc of each row/ round, so just choose your best technique 🙂

Special stitch used:

3×3 fptc left cross: ( worked over 6 sts )

skip 3 sts, fptc around each of next 3 sts, working in front of the fptc just made, fptc around each of 3 skipped sts.

This crochet Snuggly Cardi pattern fits size XL ( chest size: 40 to 42 inches )

Skill level: Intermediate

Gauge:  7 double crochet stitches x  4 rows = approximately 2 inches ( with materials indicated )

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Back piece: ( work in rows )

R1: Ch103, dc into 3rd ch from hook ( first 2 ch doesn’t counted as 1st dc ), dc across, total 101 sts, turn.

R2: 22 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, ( 15 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R3: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, ( 15 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R4: 22 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, ( 15 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R5: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, ( 15 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R6: 22 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, ( 15 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R7: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, ( 15 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R8: 22 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, ( 15 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

Repeat ( R5 to R8 ) x 13 more times untill you reach R60

R61: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, ( 15 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts ) x 2 times across, 22 dc across, turn.

R62: dc across, total 101 sts ( fasten off )

 

Front piece: ( work in rows )

#1:

R1: Ch40, dc into 3rd ch from hook ( first 2 ch doesn’t counted as 1st dc ), dc across, total 38 sts, turn.

R2: 22 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R3: 7 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R4: 22 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, 7 dc across, turn.

R5: 7 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R6: 22 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R7: 7 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R8: 22 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, 7 dc across, turn.

Repeat ( R5 to R8 ) x 13 more times untill you reach R60

R61: 7 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R62: dc across, total 38 sts ( fasten off )

 

#2: 

R1: Ch40, dc into 3rd ch from hook ( first 2 ch doesn’t counted as 1st dc ), dc across, total 38 sts, turn.

R2: 7 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R3: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R4: 7 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, 22 dc across, turn.

R5: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R6: 7 dc across, 3×3 fptc left cross, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 22 dc across, turn.

R7: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R8: 7 dc across, 3 fpdc around next 3 sts, 3×3 fptc left cross, 22 dc across, turn.

Repeat ( R5 to R8 ) x 13 more times untill you reach R60

R61: 22 dc across, 9 bpdc around next 9 sts, 7 dc across, turn.

R62: dc across, total 38 sts ( fasten off )

 

From the wrong sides:

Seam shoulder lines with sl or sc ( 38 sts across, match the cable lines of the back piece with front piece  )

Seam body lines with sl or sc ( 50 rows from the bottom up ).

 

Sleeves: ( work in rounds )

The sleeves are crocheted continuously from the armholes.

R1: from the right side, insert yarn and hook into the place you made the last sl or sc of seaming body line, dc around ( make 2 sts into each dc bar ), total 48 sts, sl into 1st stitch to join.

R2: 48 dc around, sl into 1st stitch to join.

R3 to R36: same as R2 ( fasten off )

Repeat at other side for the other sleeve.

 

Collar and button line part:

R1: sc across button line and neck line, untill you reach the other end, turn.

R2: dc across line and neck line, untill you reach the other end, turn.

R3 to R12: same as R2 ( fasten off )

Weave in ends.

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Still want more cozy cardigans? Take a look at this round-up: 41 Easy Breezy Cardigan Crochet Patterns

 

Happy crocheting xD

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2 comments

  1. Catherine says:

    Love the cables on this coat. Can you provide the size dimensions for 1x, 2x and 3x? Is it designed to have the oversize style? It looks like I caould add buttons to the front-do you think this is doable?
    Thank you for the lovely pattern!

    • Maz Kwok says:

      Chest sizes for XL (40 to 42 inches), 2XL (44 to 46 inches), 3XL (48 to 52 inches)
      Yes, this is an oversized style with great ease. You can add buttons if you want to 🙂

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