This button down crochet cardigan pattern is simple to make. The buttons are optional but very easy to add. The free pattern is includes US women's sizes XS-XXL and is simple to adjust to your preferred fit. Also includes a full length, follow along video tutorial so you can't go wrong! I used a #3 weight yarn and a 4mm crochet hook. I used Yarn Bee cotton DK but feel free to use any #3 yarn you prefer. Be sure to check your gauge! Hope you enjoy!
Learn how to crochet a button-down cardigan! Modern, stylish and incredibly versatile, the Aria Cardigan is the ultimate everyday cardigan. Featuring a wide v-neckline and button up design, this slouchy fall cardigan is cosy, comfy with customisable length! The simple stitches (single crochet, single crochet 2 stitches together and half double crochet) used in the Aria Cardigan, gives this easy crochet sweater lovely drape and movement along with a knit-like look! This free crochet cardigan pattern is also accompanied by a step-by-step video tutorial.
"This crochet kimono cardigan is not only cute as heck, it's also a lot of fun to make. The pattern includes an optional little pom pom border accent that adds a lot of flair. I made this one with a cotton #2 weight yarn and a 4.5 mm hook. You don't have to use cotton, but I prefer it. Just be sure to check your gauge, whatever yarn you choose. This pattern is available in US women's sizes XS-XXL. "
"Crochet cardigans are great to wear for seasonal transition pieces as they’re great for layering during the spring and fall. They’re also great for all day wear when the temps are bitter cold. Dress them up, dress them down. You really can’t go wrong when wrapped up in a crochet sweater to help keep you warm! In early August when I took Claire shopping for new clothes for school, she found a simple, grey cardigan that she loved. I purchased it for her, but it was so thin and not nearly warm enough for our frigid winters. I loved the simplicity of the store bought cardigan, the simple shape, classic fit, and pockets. Pockets were one of Claire’s “must have” requests. This is where inspiration for the Aurora Cardigan came from."
This long luxurious looking cardigan is surprisingly beginner friendly and easy to make. You can do it! Available in sizes XS-XXL, the easy to follow free pattern includes step by step photos and instructions as well as a follow along video tutorial. I used a 10mm hook and #6 super bulky yarn for this sweater. The cardigan is made in 5 separate pieces and then sewn together. The collar is added after. The chains when you start will be the length of the cardigan, if you want shorter or longer just make less or more chains at the beginning, but the back panel and the front panel have to have the same amount of chains.