I am thrilled to announce that the newest crochet pattern from Heart Hook Home, the Cozy Coed Cardigan pattern, is READY! This pattern was months in the making, and I am pleased to say that it might just be my favorite pattern to date. Yes, really!
Cozy Coed Cardigan
The Cozy Coed Cardigan was sparked as a result of the Painted Canyon Cardigan which featured horizontal rows. This pattern, however, is created using vertical rows. A component which many of us are no doubt admiring. My husband Paul and I had a fun little photo shoot and I’ve shared my favorites of the photos below. With this cardigan he is modeling the 2XL size.
The Cozy Coed Cardigan pattern is available on Ravelry here. This pattern includes adult sizes: Small, Small Tall, Medium, Medium Tall, Large, Large Tall, Extra Large, Extra Large Tall, 2XL, 2XL Tall, 3XL, 3XL Tall, 4XL, and 4XL Tall!
The body of the cardigan is made up of all Half Double Crochet while the edging used both Front Post/Back Post Half Double and Front Post/Back Post Double Crochet. Do not be intimidated by these stitches! I love them, and I think you will too if you haven’t fallen in love already. If you need a refresher, here is a tutorial for those stitches. They are easier than you think! And don’t they look nice?
I just love this cardigan! I absolutely want to see your finished cardigans as well so please share photos with me by tagging @HeartHookHome on Instagram and Twitter, and by sharing in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community group on Facebook!
Get the Cozy Coed Cardigan pattern here.
Don’t forget that the children’s sizes are free individually:
Get the 3 – 6 month size here.
Get the 12 month size here.
Get the 2/3T size here.
Get the 4/5T size here.
Get the 6/8 youth size here.
Get the 8/10 youth size here.
Get the 10/12 youth size here.
Get the 14/16 youth size here.
I’ve decided now that I’m finished with the pattern that I will take the size medium and add extra ribbing so that I will wear it myself. It’s just a tad too small for me and I wanted an outstanding collar anyway. Add to it and we’ve got a win-win! When I get that ribbing finished and the zipper added I will add photos of the finished product to this post! Can’t wait!
In this set of photos, Paul is modeling the XL size. He can wear either on a regular basis, and he says they are true to size (when on gauge, of course).
You can use either 3/4″ buttons (no buttonholes necessary!) or add a snazzy zipper instead. Here’s a tutorial for adding a zipper to crochet.
I hope you love this cardigan as much as Paul and I do! Remember that I will be adding more photos after I alter the medium size for myself. Can’t wait!
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Painted Canyon Hooded Cardigan
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Child Size Unicorn Hoodie Crochet Pattern (size 4/5T)
Simple Scarf for Men Free Crochet Pattern
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