Chill Time Child's Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

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This is a great cardigan for the approaching cool days of fall. It’s a thick and drapey sweater with warmer pockets, and comfy sleeves with cuffs. It’s a great project that your daughter will just love and you’ll greatly enjoy making. The pattern calls for crocheting basic shapes, and then joining them together. This is a simple and enjoyable project with a lovely goal at the end. A link to the free pattern is at the end of the post.

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Chill Time Child's Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

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Chill Time Child’s Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

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8 Comments

  1. Hi, I am having trouble understanding on the back piece I am on row 2, towards the end it says
    ” to last 3 dc. 1 dcbp around next dc. 1 dcfp around next dc. 1 hdc in last dc. ” when I am going front and back posting it makes a double rib design (from the dcfp) so I am trying to understand what the last 3 dc are.. there is also a chain 2 area at the very end, am I counting that as the last “DC”? if so do I do the HDC in the chain or space? any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kim

  2. Candice Shupe says:

    I can`t find the pattern for the chill time child cardigan free crochet cardigan

    1. Please skip to the sentence ‘go to the pattern’ followed by its name and click on it. (Optionally it may be „the free crochet pattern is >here<").

  3. I am also having trouble finding the pattern. I am getting a message sayung the page disappeared.

  4. Savitri s says:

    It’s not opening. This is very nice pattern. Please tell me how to get the pattern.

    Savitri

  5. is this pattern still available

  6. It’s really hard to find, but the pattern is still there. Scroll down until you see…

    Go to the pattern:
    Chill Time Child’s Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

    Then you’ll have to scroll down again and look for this below in blue letters…

    Get The FREE Caron Chill Time Child’s Cardigan FREE Here

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