Heavenly Blue Cardigans – Free Crochet Patterns

Free crochet patterns for cardigans, anyone? Blue is the color of the sky, and when it comes to our lovely pattern designers’ creativity, the sky is the limit! The selection of Heavenly Blue Cardigans is the perfect proof of that amazing phenomenon. The designs I have found for today are super versatile. They have unique cuts resembling winter coats and jackets but still remain lightweight and breathable. Your fashion-loving, crochet-obsessed self certainly needs them this season! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Modern Minimalism Ponchos and Glamorous Crochet Cardigans.

Stonewash Pocket Coatigan Free Crochet Pattern

The washed blue shade is so hot right now. It adds a cool, laid-back vibe to everyday sets and goes well with simple white t-shirt and jeans outfit. A dream come true for every busy fashion lover! On top of that, it’s certainly going to keep you from the cold this fall.

Level: beginner Author: Grace forthefrills

The original pattern and the photos are on For the Frills. More info on Ravelry.

Breakfast in Paris Jacket Free Crochet Pattern

I am a big fan of this design because of its slightly oversized, original cut. It’s the perfect combination of a lightweight crochet cardigan and a warm winter jacket. And these puffy little pom-poms? So adorable!

Level: intermediate Author: DROPS design

The original pattern and the photos are on Garn Studio. More info on Ravelry.

Glitter Zipper Vest Free Crochet Pattern

Casual and so cool! If you are looking for something to complete your comfy everyday outfits, this crochet pattern by Catalina Ungureanu is just the thing for you. Pick your two favorite colors of yarns and give it a go! We love the oversized fit.

Level: intermediate Author: Catalina Ungureanu

The original pattern and the photos are on Hobbii. More info on Ravelry.

3 thoughts on “Heavenly Blue Cardigans – Free Crochet Patterns

  1. I’ve gone back to the free pattern to work up from attaching pockets and it will not let me into it to continue crocheting. Is it only free to look at it a couple of times?

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