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Everyday Crochet Cardigans [The Best Free Crochet Patterns]

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Free crochet patterns for cardigans always bring us joy! Are you planning a relaxing weekend getaway? Or maybe you like to spend the evenings relaxing on the porch, wrapped in a cozy handmade sweater? Obviously, who doesn’t? Chill Cardigans are going to steal your heart. They are vibrating with boho vibes and good energy. No matter if you like neutral colors or juicy shades, you have come to the right place today. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Great Everyday Cardigans and Color Block Sweaters.

1. Celsea Button Up Crochet Cardigan free pattern

Dressing in winter can be challenging, especially if you want to combine warmth with style. Don’t worry though, because Jennifer’s cropped cardigan comes to the rescue. This simple and timeless buttoned-up cardi will pair nicely both with turtlenecks and jeans, and fancy dresses.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jennifer Renaud

A woman is posing in front of a pond wearing a green sweater.

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2. Cozy Days Daisy Cardigan free crochet pattern

Statement cardigans are very on-trend, so make sure you’ve got one ready to wear! Stephanie came up with a simple floral square, then multiplied it and joined to make a cardigan. If you think crocheting clothes is hard and complex, try this pattern – you will change your mind.

Level: upper beginner Author: Stephanie Jessica Lau

A woman is wearing a crocheted cardigan with daisies on it.

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3. Kima Cardi free crochet pattern

We all need to feel like a granny sometimes, sipping tea from a big mug, knee-deep in a cozy handmade cardigan. Toni’s design will be perfect for that, and it’s quite easy to make. In the photos, you can see Laura’s version – beautifully textured and sweet like a whipped cream.

Level: upper beginner Author: Toni Lipsey, this version by laura94ann

Two pictures of a woman wearing a crocheted cardigan.

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4. The Magnus Cardigan free crochet pattern

The block stitch is one of our all-time favorites because it’s versatile. Meghan decided to use this clever crochet technique in her cardigan pattern, and see how cool it turned out! Multicolored yarn for “blocks” and mustard yellow for “dots” create a very eye-catching palette, complementing each other perfectly.

Level: upper beginner Author: Meghan Ballmer

Two pictures of a woman wearing a colorful knitted cardigan.

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5. Mercantile Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

We love the laid-back character of this cardigan so much we want to wrap ourselves in it right away. This is the ultimate comfy sweater for a relaxing weekend trip, without a doubt. We know you like these neutral colors too! As much as you like free crochet patterns for cardigans.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jess Coppom

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6. Remix Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

There is nothing we crave more on chilly evenings than to snuggle in a warm cardi, evidently! This one is simple and so easy to make. It showcases amazing yarn and has a hood for additional coziness. It’s a great choice to add to your wardrobe this year or to gift to someone you truly care about instead.

Level: upper beginner Author: Make and Do Crew

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7. The Evie Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

Who wants to practice double crochet stitches? Simple and relaxing, patterns based on basic techniques like this one are perfect for summer evenings and long days at the beach. Get some yarn and follow the instructions by Cactus and Lace Designs!

Level: upper beginner Author: Cactus and Lace Designs

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