Sandy Sea Shells Wrap Cardigan
"The Summer Sea Cropped Cardigan is the perfect crochet cardigan for the warm season. It's written for 9 sizes, from XS to 5XL. The focal point of this cardigan is the lacy stitch details at the back, while the rest of the cardigan has a more classic look. It's made in 5 pieces, which makes it a perfect "grab go" project, which is really convenient during the season where everyone is typically spending more time outside. The lace stitches on the cardigan also makes it great for spring and summer, where the thickness of the cardigan isn't as important. "
You're going to love the crochet Mollis Wrap Cardigan, because it works up so fast. It's made with a lovely yarn from Lion Brand Yarn called Comfy Cotton Blend, and YES, this cardigan is comfy! This crochet pattern is super easy and works up fast. You can easily make this in a weekend and get to wear your new handmade wrap cardigan on Monday! Isn't that great? The pattern comes in just 1 size, however there's suggestions on how to customize in the pattern. Make it smaller to have a nice crocheted bolero or bigger to make it even more comfy and cozy!
This is the Shells and Diamonds Kimono. This oversized cardigan is great for cooler days. Toss it on over a cute dress or casual jeans and you automatically have a stylish outfit without a lot of fuss. With two types of lace, the kimono is visually appealing without being too busy. You can even wear this kimono over prints without worrying about classing. This kimono comes in 4 sizes from S - 5XL incorporating between 17 - 25 of positive ease, so the pattern is very size inclusive! And, it is easy to adjust for either a smaller or larger size. Ideal Bust Measurements: S/M : 32-39 L/XL: 40-47 2XL/3XL: 48-55 4XL/5XL: 56-63
You can get the crochet pattern to make your own bobble stitch cardigan here - called the Honeycomb cardigan. This is a size inclusive pattern graded in 9 sizes. XS- 5XL, and 2 different lengths. This cardigan is worked as 5 pieces in rows, turning at the end of each row for the main body of the cardigan. The sleeves are worked by Slip stitching and turning at the end of each row (to save you sewing!) Written in US terms Difficulty is Advanced beginner, you will need to know how to US Foundation DC, FPDC, BPDC and Bobble Stitch.