Get excited because I’m sharing 16 free crochet cardigan patterns for beginners.
For years, I was nervous about crocheting cardigans. Actually, I was quite hesitant about crocheting most wearables in general. I assumed the process would be too difficult. Turn out, if you start with beginner-friendly cardigan patterns, you can have your first wearable in no time at all!
1. Aunt Lydia’s Flower Hill Pullover
This cardigan give me total 70’s vibes with the color and fringe. I think it would be cool to try this pattern using a pale pink colored yarn. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
2. Origami Crochet Cardigan
I’m loving this origami crochet cardigan. This would look great layered with a long sleeve top. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
3. Woman’s Curvy Crochet Cowl Pullover
Am I the only one who thinks that this project actually looked knitted? I’m a big fan of cowls and this pullover is right up my alley. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
4. Mom and Me Crochet Ponchos
Along with loving cowls, I’m also a fan of ponchos. I’ve actually crochet quite a few ponchos and I love them all. This pattern includes adult and children sizes. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
5. Stepping Stones Crochet Pullover
This cardigan is actually on my “to make” list. I already have my yarn ready to go. I can’t wait to make this! Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
6. Big Easy Crochet Pullover
There’s nothing like a simple crochet pullover. This big easy crochet pullover looks amazing and would go great with a pair of jeans. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
7. Chill Time Adult’s Cardigan
Can you believe that this is a beginner-friendly pattern? It looks advanced, doesn’t it? This is another cardigan pattern that looks knit to me, which I absolutely love. You can find the child’s pattern here. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
8. Over Easy Cowl Neck
This over easy cowl neck cardigan would make the most amazing gift for friends and family. I love that this is made using a very affordable yarn. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
9. Crochet Boxy Cardigan
I love a good boxy cardigan. They look great when layered with a chambray shirt and jeans. This pattern uses a self-stripping yarn which makes this cardigan so convenient to make. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
10. Pantone Crochet Kimono Cardigan
I love this crochet kimono cardigan. It’s been my goal to make a granny square crochet wearable, and this pattern looks like a good place to start. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
11. Cuff to Cuff Crochet Cardigan
This pattern works side-to-side using one piece and self-striping yarn. Caron Latte Cakes yarn is used for this pattern. Currently, this yarn is only available at Michaels. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
12. Slouchy Crochet Cardigan
My favorite types of cardigans are slouchy or oversized. They are really cozy to wear, and I love how they fit. This cardigan would look great layered with a chambray or flannel top. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
13. Easy-to-wear Cardigan
Don’t you love the colors used for this easy-to-wear cardigan? I plan on making mine using the Roll With It Yarn in the color Vintage. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
14. Two-rectangle Cardigan
A cardigan can’t get any easier than this two-rectangle cardigan. This project is made by creating and sewing together two crochet rectangle panels. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
15. Heart Love-to-Wear Sweater
Here’s a simple and fun crochet cardigan. This pattern uses the Red Heart Unforgettable yarn which is affordable, soft, and fun to work it. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
16. Cozy Textured Crochet Cardigan
This textured crochet cardigan is absolutely gorgeous. This cardigan is oversized, stylish, and extremely comfy. It will also keep you warm on those cold days. Get the pattern from Yarnspirations.
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