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    Baltic Crochet Cardigan FREE PATTERN

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    Crochet is a versatile and creative technique that allows you to create beautiful clothing and fashion accessories. In this article, we will focus on one of the basic elements of anyone’s wardrobe: the cardigan.

    The crochet cardigan is a comfortable and elegant garment that can be worn at any time of the year and combined with a wide variety of outfits. Plus, crochet is an easy knitting technique to learn, so anyone, even those with no prior experience, can create a beautiful and unique crochet cardigan.

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    In this article, you will discover how to make a crochet cardigan, from the materials needed to the patterns and techniques to knit it. Whether you’re looking for a warm piece of clothing for the winter or a cool piece for the summer, a crochet cardigan is a great option to add to your wardrobe. Read on to learn how to make a crochet cardigan and be ready to wear it for any occasion.

    Baltic Cardigan


    ✅ Contrast To Limestone. XS-S (5 balls) / M (6 balls) / L (6 balls) / XL (7 balls) / 2-3 XL (8 balls) / 4-5XL (9 balls).

    ✅ Contrast B Charcoal. XS-S (4 balls) / M (4 balls) / L (5 balls) / XL (5 balls) / 2-3 XL (6 balls) / 4-5XL (7 balls).

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    ✅ Hook size I/9 (5.5 mm).

    ✅ Point markers.

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    To fit the bust measurement

    ✅ XS/S 71-86.5cm [28-34]

    ✅ M 91.5-96.5cm [36-38]

    ✅ L 101.5-106.5 cm [40-42]

    ✅ XL 112-117 cm [44-46]

    ✅ 2/3XL 122-137 cm [48-54″].

    ✅ 4/5XL 142-157.5cm [56-62]

    finished bust

    ✅ XS/S 42 1⁄2″ [108 cm]

    ✅ M 45 1⁄2″ [115.5 cm]

    ✅ L 47 1⁄2″ [120.5 cm]

    ✅ XL 53″ [134.5 cm]

    ✅ 2/3XL 58″ [147.5 cm]

    ✅ 4/5XL 63″ [160cm]


    ✅ 11.5 single crochets and 14 rows: 4″ [10 cm].



    ✅ 2 Chains at the beginning of the row does not count as a half double crochet.

    ✅ 3 Chains at the beginning of the row counts as a double crochet.

    ✅ When working with 2 colors within a row or diagrams, take a color that is not being used from the row and work the stitches around it. To change colors, work to the last loops on the hook of the last stitch, yarn over with the new color and continue.

    Crochet Baltic Cardigan Pattern

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