It’s cardigan season! I love layering up and getting all warm and cozy. Cardigans are perfect for that. Toss one on as you walk out the door, and if the heat is high where you are going, you can take it off to cool down. If the heat isn’t good enough, leave it on and still be stylish. Cardigans are the fall’s best friend.
Note: Not all of these are true cardigans, some are more shrug-like, but they serve the same purpose in the fall. 🙂
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Marly Bird Granny Square Cardigan by Marly Bird
“This wonderful style has the look of a cardigan but the easy fit and coziness of a shrug.”
2) The Bebe Collection: School Girl by Kim Guzman
For ages 6 months to 2 years, this adorable little cardigan also comes with a skirt. Even our little ones deserve to be stylish.
3) Greyson Baby Cardigan by Moogly
“This sweet little crochet baby cardigan comes in 3 sizes, and can be customized for both boys and girls – just move the button band to the other front flap and sew the buttons on the other side!”
4) Firecracker Shrug by Posh Pooch Designs
While this one is not truly a cardigan, it serves the same purpose and is a popular shape right now!
5) Daydreamer Cardigan by Stitches N Scraps
“This is the final piece of a 4 piece set, designed to match my Puffy Pinwheel Hat, Striped Booties and Dreaming of Pinwheels blanket.”
6) LIGHTWEIGHT + EASY CROCHET SHRUG by Make & Do Crew
“Don’t let the dolman sleeves and modern silhouette fool you, this easy crochet shrug pattern is constructed with basic stitches and simple shapes.”
7) Leudinghause Crochet-Along by KT and the Squid
“Once again I have tried to design a cardigan with my fans in mind. I tried to keep the design simple but also wanted it to be something that was practical and over all, wearable.”
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