Bryce Canyon Cardigan by Crystal Marin

Bryce Canyon Cardigan

by Crystal Marin
November 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches
in 8 hdc x 6 rows = 2"
5.0 mm (H)
650 - 1000 yards (594 - 914 m)
Children & Youth sizes 2T-16
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The Bryce Canyon Cardigan pattern is here and it’s so easy! This crochet cardigan has a classic fit and look, emphasized by the deep v of the front. The name for this design is inspired by the gorgeous striations of Bryce Canyon, one of the most majestic places we’ve visited as a family.

The stripes in this cardigan make it the perfect piece to customize for your little one’s tastes. The pattern is available in sizes 2T-16 so your toddlers and tweens are covered!

This comfy cardigan is made entirely of half double crochet stitches which makes it the perfect intro into crochet clothing, if you haven’t gone there yet! If that ribbing looks scary-don’t worry you can do it! Plus I’ve included a photo tutorial and a video tutorial for the ribbing!


5 mm (H) hook, or hook necessary to meet gauge.

#4 medium worsted weight yarn, I used Caron Simply Soft* for the white cropped cardigan & Yarn Bee Secret Soft* for the brown full length cardigan

Optional buttons

Estimated yardage by size: 2-650 yds in 4 colors (1 main Color A & 3 stripes Colors B-C-D) 4-700, 6-750, 8-775 yds in 5 colors (1 main Color A & 4 stripes Colors B-C-D-E), 10-825, 12-875, 14-900, 16-1000 yds in 6 colors (1 main Color A & 5 stripes Colors B-C-D-E-F)