Want to know more? YOU ARE GOING TO WANT THIS ONE IN YOUR CLOSET. To make cardigan longer, work additional repeats of Row 5. ***This listing is for the Campfire Cardigan CROCHET PATTERN PDF only*** The construction of this crochet hexagon sweater is what makes it so fun. Pattern attributes and … (See photo above.). Hey Kendra, the first dc of that row is worked into the actual first dc of (instead of skipping a dc like you usually would.) There are some really beautiful greys in this line of yarn that make me want to start another Brunch Cardigan ASAP! I wonder where my thinking has gone wrong. Tutorial by: Jessica Coppom. If you poke around the free pattern archives a bit, you’ll see that I’ve got a thing for making crochet cardigans out of hexagons. Row 4 (RS): Ch 3, dc in first ch-1 sp, dc in each dc and ch-1 sp to tch, dc in 4th and 3rd ch of tch; turn. I’m addicted to making your cardigan patterns, so I’m always excited when you release a new one. Crochet Cable Hexagon Free Pattern. Just some diagrams for pretty hexagonal crochet motifs. Oh no! (11 dc per side), Round 4: Ch 3, dc2tog, dc in each dc to corner ch-2 sp, [(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in corner ch-2 sp, dc in each dc to next corner ch-2 sp] 5 times, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in last corner ch-2 sp, dc in each remaining dc, sl st to 3rd ch from beginning of round to join. Ha. A project you can try on as you go? I’m also struggling not having the chart to know am I continuously working from side 4 to side 3? Set where you live, what language you speak, and the currency you use. To pin each hexagon’s sleeve: With RS facing out, bring both corners of side 1 together to form the wrist. Okay, I think I understand your question. Make the second hexagon with the same number of rounds. For a tighter fit, size down. How do I continue the left side of side 5 to side 4 if side 4 is to high? • When working Row 1, check to make sure ch-1 sps line up with ch-1 spaces from last ch-1 sp row of hexagon. Move on to Hexagon Extensions section. I saw the short video for the finished product but not the step to step video. Keep reading for all the details and to watch a video overview or scroll down for the complete free pattern. To pin back seam: With RS facing out, line up both “L” shapes and pin so that once again, stitches are aligned. I did find it took a little getting used to to crochet with, but my skeins definitely didn’t have those issues. See chart above for more details. Two hexagons, crocheted just like a 6 sided granny square form both the body and sleeves of this cardigan at the same time. See chart above for more details. My swatch came out beautiful and remained a 16”x16” after laundering. Thank you so much for sharing your talent. Succulent Spring Hexagon Afghan Free Crochet Pattern. Looks like you already have an account! In row 2 of the hexagon extension I am only getting 40 ch 1 sp for 1x. Colorful hexagons are among crocheters' favorite motifs. Feels hard to explain. The dc2tog is worked just as it was previously. When you’re assigning numbers to each side, it should be with the RS facing up. They’re great for a beginner. If that’s the case, you can just save that one and then make a second hexagon following the directions for the first (right) side. ... You make this with granny hexagons for the body, then you add the back and shoulders. Move on to Collar. I don’t have LB Vel-Luxe in my local stores and won’t order online with LB (long story) but yarn sub recommends Bernat Baby Velvet. There is a neck opening, because you’ve added more spacing between the back area. You crochet them and then--poof!- … It was so easy to follow (once I figured out how the hexagon grows), and I was absolutely amazed once I started seaming the pieces together. I hope the other skeins are working better! Tech issue on the site I sell the patterns on. (14 dc for Side 1, 15 dc for all other sides), Rounds 5-7 (7, 9, 9, 11): Rep Round 4. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video must be worth a million, right? I love this pattern!! NEW – Follow us on pinterest. Does that make sense? Start by making a small hexagon, then expand it by working additional rounds. Beautiful cardigan!! :-)! [26 (28, 31, 32, 37)] ch-1 sps], Row 4: Ch 3, dc in first ch-1 sp, dc in each dc and ch-1sp to marker, dc2tog over marked st and next ch-1 sp, dc in next dc, dc in each ch-1sp and dc to tch, dc in 4th and 3rd ch of tch; turn. Sure! You could just switch colors wherever you want to in the pattern to combine them. (3 dc per side), Round 2: Ch 3, dc in each dc to corner ch-1 sp, [(2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in next corner ch-1 sp, dc in each dc to next corner ch-1 sp] 5 times, (2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc) in last corner ch-1 sp, sl st to 3rd ch from beginning of round to join. The Cute Flare Sleeve Cardigan is so bright and colorful, … Hi Again! With WS facing, attach yarn in corner ch-2 sp at beginning of Side 1. Been trying to crochet a baby blanket in Bernat Baby Velvet and having a horrendous issue with the yarn looping. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Ooops! Yes! (C) 2021 - Make & Do Crew. Do not work a dc into this ch-3 st, instead, begin Round 1 in the next dc. Could I please get an explanation of rows 5 – 7.. I cannot wear such a bulky large sweater. ), but because I was usually buried under a baby while crocheting, I rarely stood up and properly measured it. I really like the brunch cardigan but the velour yarn would be too heavy for summer and fall. Purchase the ad-free, printable PDF with stitch chart here on LoveCrafts.com or here on Etsy. This sweater is by far the most comfortable thing I’ve ever made. They’re all free AND they all include step-by-step video tutorials!