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EASIEST method to CROCHET A CARDIGAN, SWEATER, JACKET OR COAT. Pattern # 2261. All sizes from Small to 4XL written instructions within the video. GET A PDF PATTERN HERE on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/2261--easiest-cardigan-coat MORE SWEATER VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mL9_5ONSga4&list=PLjw9tSY7fCkAq0O4eRl49521xaBBdO0Li This is a tutorial with a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a cardigan sweater. Following this video will allow you to crochet a cardigan sweater for teens, or women. A crochet jacket that is quick and easy, and works up quickly. Beginners should be able to follow this step by step, simplified pattern, using the easy V-stitch. Crochet this jacket for girls, teens, women, even plus size.
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GET A PDF PATTERN HERE on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/2261--easiest-cardigan-coat MORE SWEATER VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mL9_5ONSga4&list=PLjw9tSY7fCkAq0O4eRl49521xaBBdO0Li
Luwanda Artrelle (8 months ago)
I wish you would have shown how to put it together. Video too fast for me
I just love all your videos you explain so well
Tracy Jones (1 month ago)
Brilliant Emi as usual. So simple and quick. Just love your tutorials 😊👍💖
I love that easy pattern I also watch your paper mache you do make everyth8ng easy thank you
Silvia Lanus (5 months ago)
Hi there! I made a chain of 40 with double strand of worsted yarn and 11,50 hook but I got 23 inches.
Nita Honeybear (6 months ago)
Thank you, Emi! I love your very unique two strand technique that adds bulk, but is also light and airy! I thought I would use a lot more yarn doing this but I actually am getting more 🧶from the two strand method opposed to buying bulky 🧶 yarns! And saving 💴! I love all your designs! Thank you for your time and patience! You have given me the confidence to manipulate yarn 🧶 into a warm, cuddly work of art! I appreciate your kindness! Many blessings!🌹🤗🧶
Lisa Manola (6 months ago)
I love you so much 😍Thanks🌹🌹
Mlbs Aloz (7 months ago)
Thank you so much 😊 It's very easy and clear
e m (7 months ago)
question: on a different video when making sleeves for a regular sweater you taught us to increase every 3rd row as we work the sleeve. here, i notice we just make a straight shape. is there a difference? is one better than the other?
e m (7 months ago)
got it. thank you so much for responding :)
Hi e m. This style is more of a relaxed sleeve. Which is easier to put on when wearing it over other clothing.
Donna whiting (7 months ago)
I love it thank you for sharing
RhondaOnline72 (7 months ago)
Thanks for saying about how long it would take to complete. Nice as always.
Vivi Wilhelmsson (7 months ago)
Easy and lovely! Thank you so much!
Pana_MontanaBaby (7 months ago)
So cute will be making myself one for this fall season🙌🏾😂🙌🏾
Sharon Graham (7 months ago)
Very nice sweater Emie I really like it
Sandy Thomas (7 months ago)
I would love to try this,, seems easy ,, saying hi from Jamaica
Anita Véliz Serrano (7 months ago)
Hermoso, felicitaciones Entendí perfectamente Saludos desde Santiago Chile
Mz Deez (8 months ago)
Hi Ms Emi. I’m sorry but I can’t understand how u did the sleeves. Do I make it wide as my arm and measure the length then fold it over? Thank you
Sherize Bennett (8 months ago)
I love everything you do. thank you for always sharing. I make most of my cardigans this way but without seams. I try to make it in one piece. thank you it's beautiful
I make mine all in one piece also, but to keep it easy to understand for all levels of crocheters, I explained it in pieces... just to keep it simple to understand.
Daryl Lynn (8 months ago)
Emi: had my yearly mamm. And I'm all good for another year,! Have a great weekend
Great news Daryl!!
Michelle B (8 months ago)
Thank you. I love your videos and has learned quite a bit. Blessings!
Janet Pinilo (8 months ago)
This is a great idea Emi. I look forward to starting this project very soon. Prairie temperatures are still moderate right now but this extra layer will be very welcome in the cool days to come. Thank you so much for your patience and hard work in providing both the patterns and tutorial in great detail. Take care and enjoy your weekend.
Christine Christine (8 months ago)
EMI 💞 I love all your Videos 💞💞💞 Can you please make a video for a vintage dress potholder?? Thank you 💞💞💞
Mona Baker (8 months ago)
Great and easy at the same time. Thank you .🌻🌷🌻
Kathleen Barnett (8 months ago)
Thank you so much for the great tutorials. I always enjoy them and learn so much from you.
Pam Preast (8 months ago)
WOW I love the looks of that...TFS Gonna try this....
Cheryl Boyd (8 months ago)
Yes ill be making me one very easy and nice!
Rene' Jantz (8 months ago)
Very helpful thank you.
Elle L Green (8 months ago)
I never do well with two strands of yarn. What is your secret?
I wind it into balls first... then put each one in a bowl, and then it's so easy.
Margaret Compton (8 months ago)
That's given me some great ideas. I'm gonna try this. Thanks. X
Life of Aimée (8 months ago)
very cozy looking Emi...
Tam Millyard (8 months ago)
Thank you for another great video, pattern and garment! A nice down and dirty pattern that could yield a fabulous jacket in any size! Thank you for your hard work!
carmen roupp (8 months ago)
like you -if i take and keep the small opening at the bottom of the back of the jacket won't it lay smoother on the front of the jacket when I sit down? I love this pattern and once again it is that time of year coming up to where sweaters become a complete nessary item to keep warm on those cool fall nights. Love your videos
Chelin Fusco (8 months ago)
Only you would make a garment of this detail so easy to make. This is great. Thanks Emi. Love ya.
2fapple (8 months ago)
That is exactly what I was thinking. Wow - I’m ready to make one now.
Abbie Sheppard (8 months ago)
Also.............since we do NOT have the freezing temps as your section of the country, I am thinking about doing one strand of yarn and smaller hook and of course chaining more to start. ...as we do not need the bulkiness here.
Abbie Sheppard (8 months ago)
Great job. Seems easy enough to do for sure.
Marika.M Belvedere (8 months ago)
well done!! Emi you make everything so easy to follow!! thank u 😊
Susan Moret (8 months ago)
Emi, I love this! You are a great teacher! You explain everything so well, so it's easy to learn from you! You are an inspiration to many! Thank you for being so encouraging! Blessings!
Paula Vance (8 months ago)
Oh, how pretty! I've learned so much from watching your videos. You're such an inspiration to me. I can only imagine the time, and thought, planning, and on and on that you put in to designing and making these videos. You're the best at it! Thank you, Emi! From your biggest fan in East Tennessee! ❤ Love the yarn you chose here!
Vicky Dee (8 months ago)
Oh, and I'll be making this for my daughter, I'll forward a better picture then the last one, along with 4 more pics of projects of yours I've done! You're the best!💜
Yay! Sounds great Vicky!
Vicky Dee (8 months ago)
Hey Emi! Love your methods, you make things so simple. I have a question; I've been trying to make a sweater for my son, bottom up, in the round and it's been tedious and the sleeves ended up being way too wide at the armpit. Do you think I could use the method you've shown here, using a smaller stitch and adjusting the length to make a mans pullover? Do you think it just wouldn't work for a guy? I've had only success using your patterns so your opinion is very welcomed.
In the round usually works best top down, because you can check periodically to see if it is turning out ok. This method would work for a man's sweater. Have a look at this pattern, (not mine), you might like it. http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/father-pullover
Dinah Harvey (8 months ago)
You be rocking with that P hook. Love it
myfairy talegimail (8 months ago)
Thanku. Appreciate all your work. God bless you
flustard1 (8 months ago)
Thank you for the tutorial. I have never tried making a top. Your explanation has given me the courage to do so.Thank you again. Rosie from California.
Sara Chambers (8 months ago)
can't wait to try this have purchased the pattern thank you for doing sizes for the larger ladies emi
Evonne Won't (8 months ago)
Lovely thank you for sharing x😄
Joyce Lynn-Journal lover (8 months ago)
I just love your videos! You make things so easy for us. Thank you so much! 😊 💕
Delightful (8 months ago)
Great video! Thanks for sharing!
Daryl Lynn (8 months ago)
This is really cool!
Andrea Gibson (8 months ago)
Betsy Daugherty (8 months ago)
Love this sweater, thanks for another quick and easy tutorial! Going to try using a Bulky Yarn for our cool New England fall to early winter weather. 🍂🍁🌬❄
Mzdiana (8 months ago)
Emi you really make everything so easy to follow along with and beautiful as always!
Trish Bresolin (8 months ago)
I love this! It look so warm and cozy.
Sue Hanks (8 months ago)
I love this Emi thanks so much xx
rita waring (8 months ago)
Love it !! A job well done as always !! 😀👏👍
Mitch Scroggins (8 months ago)
Mitchalisia Hi, What a great pattern, super easy ! But do I crochet one section for each sleeve, or two sections for each sleeve ? And are the sleeve sections the same length as the front & back sections ? I can't wait to make a few of these for myself ! Thank you so very much for sharing this tutorial Emi ! I appreciate you & all I learn from you ! ❤😘💞💞💞❤😊
Mitch Scroggins (8 months ago)
+Hectanooga1 - Crochet, Knitting, Jewelry, Crafts, Cooking Thank you so much Emi ! You're such a good instructor & make it easy to follow your instructions ! I love all these simple crochet sweater videos you've been doing, & I'll definitely be crocheting some sweaters for me this Fall & Winter. Thanks for your response I really appreciate it ! Have a beautiful day ! ❤😊
Hi there... one section for each sleeve.. you will work enough rows for the sleeve to be large enough, as they work sideways, so no worries about the sleeves not fitting, as you can try them on, and stop whenever they fit well. If you would like cuffs...and are making a sweater length, and not a coat length, the sleeves might be the same length as the front and back, but again that is subjective, and will be different for each person. The sleeves are also added onto the sweater, which is a dropped shoulder, so even if you worked them to the exact length of your arm, it would still be able to have a rolled up cuff.
Wilson Street (8 months ago)
This looks so simple to make. :)
Dawn Orcutt (8 months ago)
I absolutely love this sweater! Thank you so much Emi!
Joy Webb (8 months ago)
You are AMAZING...thank you 😃
Leilani Chua (8 months ago)
Can I use a 10 mm hook?
Yes, you could. And maybe try not to crochet tightly.
Cheryl Gaston (8 months ago)
Hi emi what a beautiful jacket and love the color
Monica Cliver (8 months ago)
Thank you so much for another great video!I'm making your cardigan sweater...Looks great so far.
S None (8 months ago)
Just in time for Autumn! Thank you Emi! 🧡💛💙💚💜

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