This easy, one-piece, bottom-up cardigan requires minimal seaming and will make you a master of colorwork in no time! The repeated pattern is ideal for learning the tapestry colorwork technique and retaining the skill. You start with the ribbing on the bottom and then work across it, adding the colorwork and splitting for armholes about 2/3 of the way up. Then you seam the shoulders together and crochet the sleeves directly onto the garment in the round. This is the perfect sweet make for Valentine's Day or just to show off your love year-round!
The genesis summer kimono cardigan has a richly varied structure. Also, its beautiful color bands highlight the alternating voids and denser stitches. Overall, it’s a beautiful, casual and playful cardi for everyday.
Alright you guy's, it's happening. I finally decided I would share one of my favorites (and most requested) patterns. The Genesis Cardigan!
Looking for a cute and stylish oversized cardigan for this fall? Well look no further! The Olive This Cardigan is the perfect match for all your needs. This cardigan is made using the Floret Stitch, which creates the perfect amount of texture for this garment. The design is worked from side to side, and the front panels are folded down so that the shoulders can be seamed. Then, the sleeves are worked directly onto the cardigan. This method means there are fewer seams! So, if you hate seaming as much as I do, this is definitely the cardigan for you! Worked up with weight 4 yarn and a 5mm hook for the majority of the garment, this cardigan virtually flies off your hook. You’ll have this beauty done in no time at all. And, with how quick it works up, you’ll be able to make them for gifts, too!
"The Sera Cardigan is a lightweight and easy to layer sweater. Featuring a classic fit this crochet cardigan is comfortable for around the house or a day out. It’s perfect for an evening walk, or passeggiata serale. Made with double crochets, the stitch pattern is simple and easy to remember. I wanted minimal seaming on this design, but all the customizing ability. You can easily adjust length of the sweater or the sleeves. And there are only seams on the shoulders and armholes!"
"Learn how to turn two crochet rectangles into a shrug! Mosaic Cocoon Cardigan is crochet in two pieces with minimal sewing to join both pieces together and to create armholes. The crochet mosaic colorwork keeps the crocheting interesting and the ribbing gives the shrug a knit-look. It works up really quickly! Worked as two flat rectangles, the unique construction of this roomy cardi makes it a quick and fun crochet garment. The oversized shape flatters any body type. Whether paired with a tank, top or dress, Mosaic Cocoon Cardigan is effortless and stylish."
If you love layering pieces then you will enjoy the Get Comfy Crochet Cardigan Pattern. Here is why I love this style of crochet, especially for beginners. It’s made flat, no need to join and work in the round. The crochet cardigan is created in one piece. No increasing or decreasing! This Get Comfy Crochet Cardigan Pattern has a video tutorial to guide you through each step. Options for Sleeves! Love wide or ribbed? This pattern has both. What’s better than a nice cotton yarn for the summer and even fall months. Crochet layering pieces are essential to have in a wardrobe. This Easy One Piece Cardigan has options for short or long, wide puff or narrow ribbed sleeves, ribbing or no ribbing. It’s a choose your own adventure of crochet!