Crochet – Granny Cardigan pattern available

Crochet – Granny  Cardigan pattern now available….With a lot of help from Julie W. we have finished the pattern and it is now available as a free pattern.

The pattern is a simple formula to creating a cardigan in any size with any type of yarn and any size hook.

Each cardigan is made largely of two hexagons, so if you can granny square you can hexagon.

My version is a little different to others I have seen as it has extra rows on the back to create a flat back neck.

There is a photo tutorial and charts.

It’s amazing that something so simple takes a lot of explanation.

Hope you all enjoy the pattern.

 

 

 

Happy Crocheting

 

Just when you thought I’d finished with the Crochet Granny Square Cardi

Just when you thought it was all over ……

Following on from my previous granny square cardigan – I’ve made another based on the pattern below, this time it was a childs size 24 inch chest.

Original pattern, Granny cardigan by Yarnartist

This time I used Knitcol trends – 052 by Adriafi which was purchased om my trip to bath a few weeks ago.

~the cardi took just under 3 balls on a 5mm crochet hook, the wool is just shy of being Aran weight – ball label tension is 16 st x 22 rows.

Latest Project : Crochet Granny Square Cardi

I’ve wanted to do an adult crochet project for a while and came across this post a couple of weeks ago

Granny cardigan by Yarnartist

So I’ve used this pattern as a basis for this Cardigan.  Basically you make two hexagon granny squares – 6 sides instead of 4 untill you get to the size you require.

I used Rowan Purelife organic cotton in 4 ply – the colour is Rhubarb.  It is great to crochet with as it does not split.  I used a 4.5mm hook and did 22 rounds to get my size – 44 chest.  I did 10 extra rows on each side  of the back for the back neck.  I finished it off with 2 rows of double crochet and a third with a bead above every cluster.   As the cardigan wraps slight at the front I made a rose and have attached it to a pin to secure the front.

I’m pleased with the result it fits well, but I’m going to have to get used to the flared sleeves.  I will probably make another one in maybe Aran like the orignal one.

I must also get better at showing and photographing my projects.