Oversized Crochet Cardigans – Free Patterns

If you`re thinking of refreshing your wardrobe for the new season then those Oversized Crochet Cardigans are a must. They will surely cozy up your look whether you pair them with a maxi dress or joggers. Both recommendations are stylish and have a beautiful stitch definition. They are pretty simple to make so don`t fret if you`re a beginner. Moreover using bulky yarn will make them quick and fun projects. Choose your favorite colors, although I must say that neutral shades will probably go with most of your wardrobe. You can also attach a belt because it will make these oversized cards more flattering. Surely they will be a fantastic addition that will keep you warm and relaxed so give them a go. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


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The Dwell Sweater Free Crochet Pattern

Oversized comfy clothes are the best for autumn and winter! Whether you spend the night on your couch or need to go for a quick trip outside, The Dwell Sweater will keep you warm and stylish. Yes, it has holes (the openwork looks stunning btw!) but the soft yarn will keep you cosy and big kimono sleeves make it possible to put just on anything.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jess Coppom

The original pattern and the photos are omakeanddocrew.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Sweater Coat Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

This cozy sweater coat will surely become your favorite garment for any occasion. It has a beautiful mesh pattern and features comfy pockets as well as a belt. Using a chunky yarn will also make it a pretty quick project.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jessica Reeves Potasz

The original pattern and the photos are on mamainastitch.com.

The Haven Cardi Free Crochet Pattern

A delightful name for a delightful project by Cactus and Lace! All the fashion-loving fans of crochet cardigans will fall head over heels in love with this pattern, without a doubt. All you need to do is decide what color to try first.

Level: upper beginner Author: Cactus and Lace

The original pattern is ocactusandlacedesigns.com. More info and the photos are on Instagram: top, bottom.

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