Patchwork Cardigan by Kayla Feltham

Patchwork Cardigan

September 2021
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.5 mm (I)
1400 - 2100 yards (1280 - 1920 m)
One size fits all
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This pattern is available from for C$6.50.

I absolutely love wearing this cardigan around the house, especially when it gets cold in Canada. After making this, all of my family wants one! This cardigan is also pretty cheap to make, I bought cheaper value yarn which only cost me about 24$ for all three different colours but use whatever yarn you like as long as it’s a medium (4).

There are many digital diagrams on this PDF and it is 7 pages in length, which reflects the price. This cardigan is easy to crochet, (I made it when I was a beginner), with the help of all the diagrams within the PDF.

Sizing (dimensions):
length: (30.5 inches, 77.5cm)
waist and hip and chest: (53inch, 135cm)
shoulder: (11.5 inches, 29.2cm)(meant to fit down on the arm acting a bit like a sleeve for an oversized look, the shoulder falls mid-upper arm) sleeve: (14 inches, 35.5 cm)
upper and lower arm: (17 inches, 43cm) To give a puffed sleeve effect.
Wrist: 7 inches, 17.8 cm (can be adjusted)

This is a “one size fits all” since it will either be oversized or fitted with minor options for adjusting the size (like the wrist). It will be oversized on a size small to large individual and will be more fitted up to XXL (based on Canada sizing chart). On me (size 4-6 (small-medium), 5’’5) it is oversized (refer to model #1 on photos). On my aunt (size XL (5’’3) it fits comfortably. On my boyfriend (size s-m, 5’’10), it is good in length and slightly oversized on him (aka. comfy) (refer to model #2).

If you want to make it smaller/larger, you can adjust the column sizes. Either by decreasing/increasing chains (width of column), and decreasing/ increasing rows (length of column). As long as all squares and columns are equal sizes, the cardigan will turn out great! Changing sizes will NOT be in this pattern.