Cascading Kimono Crochet Cardigan, Easy Crochet Cardigan Pattern, Crocheted Kimono Pattern, Crocheted Sweater Pattern, Easy Crocheted Shrug #blanketsweater
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Cascading Kimono Crochet Cardigan, Easy Crochet Cardigan Pattern, Crocheted Kimono Pattern, Crocheted Sweater Pattern, Easy Crocheted Shrug #blanketsweater



Cascading Kimono Crochet Cardigan Easy Crochet Cardigan | Etsy

Crocheted Kimono Pattern, Crocheted Cardigan Pattern, Crochet Sweater Pattern **This listing is for a downloadable, digital pattern only A beautiful, comfortable kimono cardigan with a generous sized collar that’s perfect to throw on during cool days. The various textures created with simple crochet stitches make a cozy and practical sweater. Pair it with jeans or leggings for a fun relaxed look. Hope you enjoy and let me know if you have any questions! Level: Easy + Sizes Follow Key Throughout Pattern (S/M, L) You will need: Crochet Hook Lion Brand New Basic 175 Medium Weight Yarn in Whisper (6,7) (NOTE If you are substituting yarn, this is a “chunky like” worsted weight. As you know, not all yarns are equal – you may find that your size turns out different if the yarn you choose is thinner or chunkier) Pattern uses approximately 600 grams (S/M) or 661 grams (L) Scissors Tapestry Needle to weave in ends Measurements: S/M Cross Back Measurement is approximately 14” across Finished Chest is approximately 39.5” inches Length is approximately 31” L Cross Back Measurement is approximately 17” across Finished Chest is approximately 42.5” inches Length is approximately 31” **The free version of this pattern, supported by advertisements, can be found on my blog at http://www.mamainastitch.com/ All patterns are in English, using US crochet or knitting terms. My patterns often times include basic explanations and pictures rather than using standard crochet terms to make them easier to follow. I've always wrote more in "human terms" rather than strictly "standard crochet terms". Permission To Sell Finished Items. If you do sell items made with my patterns, I kindly request that you credit me Jessica Potasz, Mama In A Stitch for the design. Thank you so much! As my patterns are created by me and tested by humans, there is always chance for human error or clarification. I am happy to address any questions or concerns! About: Mama In A Stitch is my blog where I post my simple, modern knit and crochet projects and patterns. I love quick and easy, but also modern and classic. I hope you enjoy my shop and blog. Thank you so much for your inspiration!

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