Lacy Arrow Cardigan – Free Crochet Pattern

 

Crochet pattern & tutorial that teaches you how to crochet this easy to do Cardigan that my daughter Lilly is modeling here. She likes to use it on color nights when a shirt just isn’t warm enough. If you asked her if she liked it she would tell you she loves it!

 

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Lacy Arrow Cardigan – Free Crochet Pattern

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For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 4 mm / G size US

YARN: 10 ply AU \ 4 ply US

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABBREVIATIONS

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st(s) = Stitch(es)

sk 1 st = Skip one stitch

YO = Yarn Over

sc = Single Crochet

dc = Double Crochet

FLO – Front Loop Only

 

{ } = Repeat what is in between as many times as pattern calls for.

* = Repeat what is in between the stars for the rest of the row

 


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Chart pattern https://www.pinterest.com/pin/159666749271783657/

 

This stitch is done in multiples of 12 + 4

 

 

NOTE: The only difference from the tutorial is you SC for row 1, this will give your sweater a better looking border.

 

If you want help doing this stitch you can find the tutorial for the Lacy Arrow Stitch here:

 

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Back piece

 

To Start

12 + 4 chain 76

 

Row 1

SC in 2nd ch from hook and in all chains down your row. Ch 1 and turn.

 

Rows 2 & 3

SC in 1st st and Ch 1, *Sk a st and SC, Ch 1 * repeat for row. You should end with a SC in last st. Ch 1 and turn.

 

Row 4

SC, ch 1 and sk a st. * SC in next st and ch 5, skip the next 2 Single Crochets and sl st into the next ch 1 space. Ch 5 skip the next 2 Single Crochets then sl st in next SC. Ch 1 sk a st * Repeat for row. Your last 3 sts of the row should be SC, ch 1, sk a st, SC. Ch 1 and turn.

 

Row 5

SC, ch 1 and sk a st. Ch 1, *{ sk Ch 1 space and DC into SC, Ch 1 } Repeat this 3 more times. Then SC, ch 1 and sk a st, SC Ch 1. * Repeat for row. Your last 3 sts of the row should be SC, ch 1, sk a st, SC. Ch 1 and turn.

 

Repeat Rows 4 & 5 for a total of 34 rows of the Lacy Arrow Stitch. Keep in mind the stitch requires 2 rows to create, so the way to count this stitch is to count the rows of arrows until you reach 34 rows.

 

Front piecesMake two (Do 34 rows of the Lacy Arrow Stitch again)

 

Ch 28 and begin at Row 1 of the Back Piece.

 

 

Sewing your Pieces Together

 

For the shoulder measure down 13 1/2 cms or 5 inches and place a stitch marker. Once marked start sewing your shoulder closed with your preferred method, best to mark Again make sure the wrong side of your project is facing you and both good sides are facing each other.

 

 

For the Sleeves

You will need stitch markers to measure 17 & 1/2 cms or roughly 7 inches down from shoulder and place a stitch marker.

 

 

Then sew your pieces together with the wrong side facing and both good sides are facing each other. Attach your yarn where you marked and using the single crochet or sl st method, sew down the side.

 

Measure your collar the same way. Measure down 13 1/2 cms or 5 inches on both sides.

 

 

Making the Border

 

Starting from the bottom corner

 

Row 1

sc a row all around. ch 2 and turn

 

Row 2

The ch 2 counts as your first dc, dc in 2nd st and in all sts. ch 1 and turn

 

Row 3

sc in flo down the row.

 

 

Now we are only going to be crocheting to our stitch mark. Move up your marker so you can see it.

 

 

Now repeat row 2 and 3, then row 2 again then ch 1 and cut your yarn.

 

Double crochet attach your yarn where your next marker is and do the same as you did on the other side.

 

 

Bottom border

 

Row 1

Start on the corner where the inside of the sweater is facing you.

 

 

Working along the side stitches of the inner sweater,

Put 1 sc in all sc’s and 2 sc’s in a dc st until you reach the sweater stitch section, then put 1 sc in all sts. ch 2

 

 

Row 2

dc in 2nd st and in all sts. ch 1 and turn

 

Row 3

sc in flo down the row then cut yarn.

 

 

I hope it comes out great for you!

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Author:

Hi I'm Candy from Meladora's Creations and I design crochet patterns and film them on YouTube. I want to start by saying, I am by no means a professional teacher. I figure things out as I go along and I love playing with yarn! This is how I have discovered new crochet stitches. I am a mother of two and I live in Israel presently, but I was born and raised in Oklahoma. I met a man on an online game and became friends and through time we fell in love and I came out here to Israel to be together. From lack of knowing how to speak Hebrew, I had to find a way to help take care of our two kids, so after sharing my crochet projects online and being asked to do a tutorial on one of them, I finally broke down and tried it. Click on the "About Me" on the top of the page to read a longer version of my story.

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