Classy Cardigans Free Crochet Patterns

Classy Crochet Cardigans All Time Classics – Free Patterns

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We used to think that patterns for crochet cardigans are always pretty difficult but, as it turns out, we couldn’t be more wrong! Therefore, even if you’re still at the beginning of your crafting journey, you certainly shouldn’t be afraid of taking on projects like that. These crochet patterns for Classy Cardigans are going to be a challenge for newbies, but I promise they are worth your while. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our Cold Days Hoods and Color Block Pullovers collections.

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Long Crochet Cardigan Patterns

The Campfire Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

The Campfire Cardigan is great both for outdoor adventures and cozy evenings at home. It’s very cleverly constructed – the base consists of two granny hexagons! They are joined in a way that creates sleeves, fronts, and backs. Use any colors you want, the possibilities are endless! Try fun vibrant colors or stay with earthy tones.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jess Coppom

Crochet Cardigan

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Granny Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

Oh, look at the fabulous texture at the front of this beautiful Granny Cardigan. This special piece is quite long, slightly oversized, and, most importantly, not that difficult to crochet! Will you wear yours with a belt?

Level: upper beginner Author: Merry Mary Stories

Granny Crochet Cardigan

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Pixie Dipped Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

This cardigan pattern comes just in time for winter! It will be a precious gift for your loved ones as well as a great piece for you to wear on cold December evenings. Crystal White-Van Cleemput has fabulous taste, without a doubt!

Level: upper beginner Author: Crystal White-Van Cleemput

Crochet Cardigan

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The Mezzo Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

Jess Coppom is back with one more genius cardigan pattern! The trend for oversized fits has been here for quite some time and it certainly isn’t going anywhere. The comfort and the laid-back vibe just can’t be replaced with anything else!

Level: upper beginner Author: Jess Coppom

Crochet Cardigan

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6-Day Hexagon Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

A lovely hexagon-based cardigan by genius Betty McKnit! This is such a smart construction and a super pleasant pattern to work on. You can go crazy with contrasting colors or use different shades of your favorite one. The effect will surely be surprising!

Level: upper beginner Author: Betty McKnit

Hexagon Cardigan

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Short Crochet Cardigan Pattern Ideas

Crimson Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

What a fabulous color! Every fashion lover will want it in her wardrobe this winter, without a doubt. What is interesting about this genius crochet pattern by Yay For Yarn Patterns is that the cardigan is designed in one piece. So convenient!

Level: upper beginner Author: Yay For Yarn Patterns

Crochet Crimson Cardigan

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Our collection of classy crochet cardigans is crafted to help you indulge in the allure of timeless fashion. These all-time classics are available as free crochet patterns, so you can delve into the world of sophisticated stitches.

From versatile neutrals to statement pieces, from long oversized cardis to short, fitted ones – they effortlessly blend style and comfort. Elevate your crochet repertoire by adding one of these must-have cardigans to your closet.

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  1. For the Pixie one it goes nowhere. The video is not available and the Ravelry link goes to another sweater. So sad as I wanted to make it.

  2. Where are the free patterns, nothing to click on to get to the patterns. Just a whole bunch if adds,
    It’s too bad as there were a few I loved and wanted to try.

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