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Finding Free Crochet Patterns for Women's Cardigans

Updated on October 25, 2015
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Women's Cardigans

Winter is coming. Soon women will need warm cardigans. In these difficult times, buying a quality cardigan can be very expensive, especially when contending with a straightened budget. Cheaper shop-bought cardigans often do not have the individuality or quality that people crave. Fortunately, crocheters can make a unique and special cardigan. You may have sufficient yarn within your stash, receive a yarn gift or pick up a yarn bargain. There are many attractive free crochet internet patterns, and you are sure to find one to crochet that perfect cardigan, the one that not only keeps you warm but also pleases both eye and heart and gains you envious glances and pleasant confidence building compliments.

Crochet Cardigan Patterns And Directory Sites

Crochet Pattern Central is a large free crochet pattern directory linking to free patterns all over the internet. There are hundreds of links but some patterns are particularly appealing. The Cut Away cardigan would provide an elegant, chic and versatile cover up either for day or evening use. You can wear The Ripple Wrap cardigan as a shrug or as a long cardigan, making it a very versatile pattern. You could use up some of your yarn by crocheting The Stash Buster Cardigan, which would bring colour to bleak days and cheer you and everyone else. The Inka Cardigan would brighten dull winter days. The Soy Simple Sweater would be an elegant and useful addition to any autumn or winter wardrobe.

Crochet Cardigan Patterns and Yarn Manufacturers' Sites

Large yarn companies also host free crochet cardigan patterns. Lion Brand Yarns has several free cardigan patterns. The Beach Cover up Cardigan would also make an elegant winter jacket if crocheted in a suitable yarn. The Pinwheel Lace Cardigan would make a lovely addition to plain day or evening dresses, giving a plain dress a very special look. Caron Yarn’s St. Petersburg Coat would make a warm winter coat and has sizes up to a 42-inch bust Red Heart Yarns. The Kingston Jacket would provide a wonderful cover up for the flamboyant woman. The Tulsa Jacket would make elegant use of yarn oddments. Red Heart Yarns’ Any Day Cardigan is both versatile and useful. The Unusual Calypso Cardigan will delight any fashionable woman. The Granny Square Jacket makes another useful scrap yarn project. You could wear The Roundabout Cardigan during the day or in the evening and has sizes ranging from medium to extra large.

Crochet Cardigan Patterns At Crochet Communities

Ravelry is a large internet knitting and crochet, which allows members access to free crochet patterns. You find patterns at Ravelry that you will not find anywhere else on the net. The Lacy Duster would make a charming evening cover up. Swirl makes a bold statement. The Batwing bulky sweater would keep you snug on the chilliest day. The Chevron Lace Cardigan has no seams, great for crocheters, who hate sewing up their creations.

Cardigans are a necessary part of any woman's wardrobe. Crocheters can wear unique cardigans, without paying designer prices. Free crochet patterns on the internet mean that you can even use your yarn stash to make a unique cardigan. You are sure to find the perfect free crochet cardigan pattern on the internet, whether you want to be professional at the office, comfortable at home, smart, when shopping, be warm with a car coat for those cold winter days, or the Belle of the Ball, wearing a lacy little number that covers bare shoulders.


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