Crochet an Easy Lacy Spring Cardigan

Crochet an easy 2 piece Lacy Spring Cardigan! This weekend only Save 50% off pattern with code LACY50 on Ravelry. Sale ends July 12th at 11:59 EST.

It’s time to put away those big heavy projects and grab for light weight yarns and cotton blends!  Spring always has me thinking of beautiful shawls, kimonos and cardigans.  I’ve had these beautiful hanks in wheat just calling me to make a light weight lace cardigan for Spring!

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Grab this Yummy Caspian Wood Hook!  Pattern calls for 3.75mm F hook.

Caspian Regular Crochet Hooks

from: Knit Picks

This is an easy lace stitch and works up surprisingly quick!  This Lacy Spring Cardigan is so simple to create with limited shaping.  The Cardigan is worked in 2 pieces beginning at the sleeve cuff.  You will create basically 2 large rectangles with sleeves.  Easy Peasy!  Just seam up the back, sides and sleeves.

Lace Seam Back

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Looking for yarn substitutions? Try these Cotton alternatives

Cotlin from WeCrochet

Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK – Value pack of 10 HERE

Read our detailed blog post HERE

Seam Side

Lacy Spring Cardigan Pattern Details

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PDF Size Chart:       XS/S      M/L         XL-3X         4X/5X

Bust Measurement:

inches           28-34        36-42            44-54              56-62   

Finished Bust:

inches                                  40             50                  60                  70

Hanks                                       4                5                   6                     7

Yards                                     1164        1455              1746               2037

* exact amount used buy an extra hank for insurance

Yarn Requirements:

Sugar Bush Yarns Cabot – 70% Pima Cotton, 30% Linen (291 yds/266m/100g/3.5oz) Shown in Wheat/ Tadoule Teal

Blog Post on how to wind hanks into cakes

Crochet Hook Requirements:

US F/5 (3.75mm) 

Additional Supplies:

Yarn Needle 

Removable Stitch Markers

Blocking Mat and Pins

Steamer

Gauge:

You may need to adjust hook size to obtain correct gauge

14 sts and 6 Rows = 4″

Watch the video tutorial for size M/L on YouTube

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Happy Hooking MJ

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