Mountain Ridge Cardigan
As the cool crisp fall weather rolls in cozy up with the Mountain Harvest Cardigan. Paired with a cup of tea and a warm piece of pumpkin pie this long, elegant, and cozy cardigan will be your go-to.
The super simple design make for an easy project, it is completely made out of solid granny squares with easy construction and step by step photos. This would be a lovely and fairly quick to make gift for a friend or yourself.
- Designed by Lorene Haythorn Eppolite- Cre8tion Crochet
Modern look, textural design and lovely shaded yarn - let me recommend you Mountain Breeze Poncho! This project is very interesting and not at all hard to make. Poncho will keep you warm on colder days and will elevate your look in seconds!
PHOTOS by Coats and Clark /Ravelry.com
- Designed by Tonya Bush
The Mountain Trail Tweed Poncho by Tonya Bush is made from three rectangles that are seamed together beautifully. I absolutely love how the colors transition into one another in this gorgeous fall project. What's more, you can make it in variety of sizes, from XS to 5 XL. And don't forget about the fringes!
PHOTOS by Tonya Bush /Ravelry.com
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.
The Paloma Cardigan is a jacket style sweater with three quarter length sleeves and mesh shoulders that stretch down the sleeves to make this free crochet cardi pattern perfect year round! Made with Red Heart Amore Yarn (so soft!) and a Clover Amour crochet hook (so comfy!), the Paloma Cardigan is a quick and easy topper that you can throw on over jeans and a tank or a pretty dress - any time you need a little extra warmth. This free crochet cardigan pattern features a V stitch mesh over the shoulders that is tapered in the sleeves and carried right down to the cuff. This adds a little extra breathability to the pattern - great for days that are all about layers! The Paloma Cardigan crochet pattern includes instructions for sizes Small to 5X, and can be made in a week - or a long weekend! For more information, see: https://www.mooglyblog.com/paloma-cardigan/