Cuff To Cuff Crochet Cardigan Pattern

Cuff To Cuff Crochet Cardigan Pattern

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Crochet Side to Side Cardigan

Crochet Side to Side Cardigan

Cuff To Cuff Crochet Cardigan with Caron Latte Cakes

Are you looking for the perfect cardigan to make with self-striping Caron Latte Cakes? The Cuff to Cuff Crochet Cardigan puts those

stripes to work in unexpected ways: vertically! Don’t let the interesting scare you off, this free pattern is great for beginners. We love that this pattern is designed in six sizes, to fit bust measurements from 28″ through 62″.

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

23 thoughts on “Cuff To Cuff Crochet Cardigan Pattern”

  1. Barbara says:

    Was there ever a tutorial done for this pattern? I have gotten the first few rows done but am lost when it gets to making the sleeves. Makes no sense.

    1. Mikey says:

      I’ve not filmed anything with this at this time. Another host many have but I haven’t myself. I’m sorry.

  2. Dawn says:

    I realize this comment may not be seen but I am stuck!! I can’t get past “Work a further 14 (16-16-20-24-28) rows even in pat.” in the Shaping Sleeves section. I’ve Googled it, reread the pattern, looked at the chart and tried to figure this out and I’m missing it somehow. I’m an experienced crocheter and this has me stumped. Can anyone please help? Thank you!

    1. Mikey says:

      We read all of the comments on the website. There have been several questions about this particular pattern. You need to email Yarnspirations as it’s their design. If there is revisions, their customer service would be recorded and they can help. If there is a further problem. They can work through the process of it.

      You can contact Yarnspirations through this page. https://www.yarnspirations.com/ca-en/contactus

      I’ve not crocheted this myself or made a tutorial. So I really don’t know if there is a problem. Yarnspirations would if there is other reports filed.

      Best wishes.

  3. Elaine Brown says:

    There isn’t a “space” between the hdcs…could it be front post hdcs between?

    1. Christine says:

      The space in between the hdc mean the space between the post. Hope this help.

  4. Katie says:

    I understand why people are having challenges with this pattern. I am really enjoying making this sweater. However, it did take me a bit to understand the pattern because of how it is written. The picture with measurements helps. I could be reading the pattern wrong, but there seems to be an error in Step 4 for shaping the left sleeve. I have double checked to make sure I didn’t miss a step. It does not appear to mirror the shaping of the right sleeve, nor match the measurements in the diagram. All that said, thank you so much for making this pattern available! I am really enjoying working with this yarn and I really like this sweater. 🙂

  5. I feel terrible that I can’t understand the pattern’s row 1…
    Row 1: ch 2. 1 hdc in sp between next 2 hdc.

    Can you explain this to me?
    Thank you so very much.

    1. Louise says:

      At the beginning and end of each row the HD’s goes in the stitch. All other HD’s go between the stitches.

      1. Kimberly says:

        Thank this comment was exactly what I was wondering.

  6. Crystalyn says:

    Hi Mikey,
    I know you are beyond busy, and you have already heard from others, asking for a tutorial from you. I just want it to be known that I want to add to that sentiment! I am having trouble following the pattern as it is written, it seems very confusing to me. But LOVE this cardigan!! I hope you decide to make a video on this one!!

    Thanks so much!!

    1. Mikey says:

      Thanks for the note. I will investigate further.

  7. Suzanne says:

    I could not find the size of the crochet hook on the pattern. Maybe it is me with poor vision. Please enlighten me on the hook sizes. Thank you!

    1. Mikey says:

      Stand by and opening pattern to read that to you.

    2. Mikey says:

      states k or 6.5 mm hook.

    3. Cyndy moelter says:

      It’s asking for a size K.

  8. Linda says:

    Hi, I’m having a little issue – I understand the chain 2 in the beginning is NOT considered part of the HDC, t the 1st HDC , it goes between the first 2 HDC – so I feel like the pattern is getting smaller during the first 6 rows – please a video would so help us to get this started … I LOVE how you help us with our craft!

    1. Mikey says:

      I’ll take a look. A tutorial of this size is about 40 hours to make. Leave it with me. I have to clear my calendar to make it work.

      1. Linda says:

        Thank you for the quick response Mikey, I LOVE all the effort you put into this so we can improve and grow our craft. You are truly a person who is appreciated by so many!

      2. Tonya says:

        I’m having issues with this pattern as well, Mikey. A tutorial, at least through the shaping of sleeves would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Mikey.

      3. Karen Bruzewski says:

        Thank you Mickey. I’m also stuck on the same row. Help……please?

    2. Tonya says:

      Hi Mikey. I’m also having issues with this pattern. A tutorial would be great at least through the shaping of the sleeves. Thanks.

  9. Sandy Ryan says:

    Hi Mikey,
    Any chance we can get a tutorial on this sweater? I’m totally intimidated by the pattern.
    PS
    Love everything you do!

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