Four pictures of women wearing crochet cardigans with an asymmetric front.

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What is the best cardigan style?

So, we all know that cardis are a lovely crocheted garment, soft, warm and cozy. Indeed, they are a joy to make and to wear. Although there are many different cardigan styles, the asymmetric one is the most universal. To summarize, it is fashionable, intriguing and looks good no matter your measurements. Actually, an asymmetric front cardigan is the best garment if you feel more comfortable with hidden belly or breast shapes and still look fashionable. Thus, below are my favourite patterns to make this happen. Moreover, if you are looking for more traditional styles please also go to Longer Cardigan Free Crochet Patterns. 

Blossoming Beauty Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

To begin with, the Blossoming Beauty is a classic lacy cardigan with different patterning of voids on the sleeves and the body of the sweater. Overall, it’s a fun project that will create a garment suitable for all occasions, and a fabulous present for someone special as well.

Skills:  Easy           Designer: DROPS design

blossoming beauty

The full article about this pattern is on garnstudio.com blog:

Remix Cardigan

Next, the remix asymmetric front cardigan is a fun and playful cardi, that’s a bit warmer as well. Therefore, it’ll be perfect for the fall.

Skills:  Easy           Designer:  Jess Coppom

remix cardigan

The full article about this pattern is on makeanddocrew.com blog:

 Remix Cardigan

Elizabeth Cardigan

However, if you prefer long and flowing, this asymmetric front cardigan is your best bet. This will undoubtedly be a favourite of its beholder.

Skills:  Easy           Designer:  Ashlea Konecny

Elizabeth Cardigan

The full article about this pattern is on hearthookhome.com blog:

 Elizabeth Cardigan

By the way, this pattern will also looks great as a vest!Elizabeth Cardigan

The full article about this pattern is on hearthookhome.com blog:

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