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Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan

Hello everyone, I am really excited to bring to you a new tutorial on how to crochet the Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan. I hope you are all doing well on this Christmas week. This project truly is a labour of love, and I loved crocheting every minute of it!

You can find the video tutorial for this project here:

I absolutely adore this version of the JW Anderson inspired patchwork cardigan. As you may recall, I recreated the original crochet version for this iconic cardigan worn by Harry Styles. You can find here: Crochet The Iconic Watermelon Sugar Cardigan

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan: a feminine and cute take on this iconic design

I decided to create a more feminine and cute version of this iconic cardigan. I had been wanting to crochet this piece for a long time, I just needed the time. These crochet projects are quite consuming, as they require a lot of sewing and stitching. However, I loved every part of the process.

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan

The pastel colours look so lovely together! I loved crocheting the different shades of this iconic cardigan. Also, I made this crochet piece a little more fitted and cropped than the original version. However, it is a very versatile and easy to wear crochet piece. It is just less large than the original version worn by Harry Styles.

I love pink as you know, and pastel colours. It was therefore a joy to create this piece of crochet clothing with these various shades of pastel.

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan: the yarn

For this crochet design, I used Stylecraft Special DK yarn. I have listed all the colours and shades used down below, in the pattern section of this blog post. This project is crocheted in various shades of pink, lilac, and blues. I adore how feminine and sweet it looks, and it has inspired me to crochet more items of clothing in pastel colours. I just love how these colours look together!

You can substitute this yarn with any DK/Light 3 yarn of your preference if Stylecraft Special DK is not available in your country. Paintbox DK yarn is a very good match, and has a similar colour scheme you can use.

However, you can certainly use any yarn of your preference. This could make a great “scrap yarn project”. Let me know which colours or yarn you use, I love to know.

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan: the inspiration

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan

Of course, the inspiration behind this cardigan is JW Anderson’s original patchwork cardigan worn by Harry Styles. You can find the original knit pattern of this cardigan here: JW Anderson Knit Cardigan Pattern

I love how inspired I am by this beautiful project. This pattern went viral on Tik Tok over the Summer, after Harry Styles wore this design to sing his new song Watermelon Sugar. It then became a challenge to recreate it. However, this is a knit pattern, and I decided to create a crochet version of it. The original version I crocheted (the free pattern and video tutorial) is linked in the previous paragraph.

I hope you enjoy this new version of this iconic design. Please do let me know if you decide to recreate it!

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Take care my lovely crochet friends!

And have a very merry Christmas!

Lots of love,

Xoxo Selina.

Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan: the pattern

You can purchase the ad free, PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: Crochet The Iconic Patchwork Pastel Cardigan

The Pattern begins here:

Level: Easy +

Gauge (= size of a square):

Please note these sizes are approximate, so don’t worry if your square varies in size slightly

S: 5,5”x5,5” (14 cm x14 cm)

M: 6”x6” (15×15 cm)

L: 6,2”x6,2” (16×16 cm)

XL: 6,6”x6,6” (17×17 cm)

XXL:7”x7” (18×18 cm)

XXXL:7,5”x7,5” (19×19 cm)

Size of finished cardigan:

S:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 23”x22” (58 x 56 cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 7,5”x17” (19×44 cm)

M:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 24,5”x23,5” (62×60 cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 8,2”x18” (21×46 cm)

L:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 26”x25” (66×64 cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 9”x19” (23×48 cm)

XL:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 27,5”x26,7” (70×68 cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 9,8”x19,5” (25×50 cm)

XXL:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 29”x28” (74×72 cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 10”x20,5” (27×52 cm)

XXXL:

Body of cardigan (including edging): 30,7”x30” (78x76cm)

Sleeves (once folded, seamed and sewed to cardigan): 11,5”x21” (29×54 cm)

Notes

I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)

You can substitute the yarn by simply replacing it with any DK/Light 3 yarn of your preference (I would suggest Paintbox DK yarn)

Materials

2 (sizes S, M) 3 (sizes L, XL, XXL), 4 (size XXXL) skeins of Stylecraft Special DK in shade Candy Floss

1 (sizes S), 2 (sizes M to XL), 3 (sizes XXL to XXXL) skeins of Stylecraft Special DK in each of the following shades: Soft Peach, Sherbet, Clematis, Cloud Blue

1 skein of Stylecraft Special DK in shade Blush

A 4 mm crochet hook

Pair of scissors

Tapestry needle

Darning needle and thread

6 buttons (15/18 mm) of your choice

Safety pin (optional)

Abbreviations

Ch : chain

Sl st : slip stitch

St: Stitch

SC: Single crochet (UK Double Crochet)

HDC: Half Double crochet (UK Half Treble Crochet)

DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

Begin pattern here
Squares 1

You will be making the back, the 2 front panels, 2 identical sleeves, and edgings (1 for each sleeve, and for the bottom of cardigan), before sewing your cardigan together. Then these are sewed together.

This is explained step by step in this pattern.

After all these elements are assembled, you will be creating the front edging with buttons at the opening of the cardigan.

You will be making two different square patterns as follows:

N°1 for 14 in shade Candy Floss, 12 in Soft Peach, 10 in Clematis

N°2 for 8 in shade Cloud Blue, 6 in shade Sherbet

Square n°1:
Square n°1

Ch 22 (S), ch 24 (M), ch 26 (L), ch 28 (XL), ch 30 (XXL), ch 32 (XXXL)

Complete rows as follows:

1: HDC in 3rd ch from hook, and HDC into next ch, and all chains across

2: ch 2 (=HDC), turn your work, HDC in 2nd ch and all HDC from previous row until eor.

3-14 (M=15; L=16; XL=17; XXL=18; XXXL=19): Repeat row 2 (until you have a square)

Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing squares together later

Square n°2:
Square n°2

Ch 21 (S), ch 23 (M), ch 25 (L), ch 27 (XL), ch 29 (XXL), ch 31 (XXXL)

Complete rows as follows:

1: DC in 2nd ch from hook, [SC in next ch, DC in next ch] until eor (1st ch counts as a SC)

2: Ch 3 (=DC), [SC into next st, DC into next st] until eor, placing last DC into ch 1 from previous row.

3: Ch1 (=SC), [DC in next st, SC into next st] until eor, finishing on a SC

4-18 (M=19; L=20; XL=21; XXL=22; XXXL=23): Alternate rows 2 and 3 (until you have a square)

Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing squares together.

Knit like crochet edging (for the bottom of the cardigan):
Knit like edging

With Stylecraft Special DK in shade Blush

Ch 15

Row 1: HDC in 3rd chain from the hook, HDC into each ch until end of row (first ch 2 counts as a HDC)

Row 2: Ch 1 (=turning chain throughout), turn your work, HDC into front facing loop of the bottom of each HDC from previous row (see photo below for more details) until eor

Front loop

Rows 3: Ch 1, turn your work, HDC into the back loop only of each HDC until eor (see photo).

Place your hook

Rows 4-83 for size S, or (M=92), L=101, (XL=110), XXL=119, (XXXL=128): Alternate rows 2 and 3.

Knit Like Crochet Edging (make 2 for each sleeve):

With Stylecraft Special DK in shade Blush

Ch 12

Row 1: HDC in 3rd chain from the hook, HDC into each ch until end of row (first ch 2 counts as a HDC)

Row 2: Ch 1 (=turning chain throughout), turn your work, HDC into front facing loop of the bottom of each HDC from previous row until eor

Rows 3: Ch 1, turn your work, HDC into the back loop only of each HDC until eor.

Rows 4-25 for size S, or (M=29), L=33, (XL=37), XXL=41, (XXXL=45): Alternate rows 2 and 3.

Sewing your cardigan together

Back panel:

Place squares for back panel consulting the photograph:

Place squares onto back panel

Once squares are places, start sewing them together using a mattress stitch. Use any colour yarn you prefer to sew in your squares.

Front panels:

Place squares for both front panels consulting my photograph:

Place squares like so

Once squares are places, start sewing them together using a mattress stitch. Use any colour yarn you prefer to sew in your squares.

Sleeves (make two identical):

Place squares for both front panels consulting my photograph

Squares

Once squares are places, start sewing them together using a mattress stitch. Use any colour yarn you prefer to sew in your squares.

Start sewing your cardigan together

Start by sewing seams of sleeves.

Place your back panel onto a flat surface. Place your 2 front panels symmetrically on top of the back panel, start sewing the shoulder seams. Once this is done, sew your sleeves onto each side of the cardigan. Make sure the seam of each sleeve is facing down.

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I can’t say why I decided to jump on the Harry Styles cardigan bandwagon, I feel way too old for this sort of game. Am I woollen spun mutton dressed as soft worsted lamb? I can’t help it, sometimes I am filled with creative urges and can’t rest until I have rummaged through the yarn stash to find what will satisfy them.

Let me first state a disclaimer: I have not intended to create a step-by-step pattern/tutorial. Think of it more as a chat with detail. If you have crochet experience and you want make yourself a chunky-ish crochet cardigan then there is enough information written here, and discussed in the YouTube video(click on the pic above to go to the episode), to ensure that you can make it happily. You’ll be tangled in yarn, but hopefully, you’ll also be happy. I assume you know crochet and are not brand new to my absolute favourite of crafts.

EDIT:: I madea second cardigan HERE, go check it out! Many changes have been made and you might be interested to see. Thanks

Right, I’m not going to fuss. Let’s just get straight on it. Please read on for all the good stuff.

You Will Need:

Loads of aran weight yarn in the colours of your choice. Whether working as individual squares or all in one piece, you’ll want 12 grams per square (I weighed a couple of swatch squares and they weighed 11 point something).

I used a 6mm hook. Normally I’d use a 5 or 5.5mm hook for aran weight as I have a loose tension but I wanted this cardi to have a drapier finish.

5 buttons. (Mine are 3cm diameter).

Needle for seaming together and weaving in a bajillion ends.

Fun Cardi Facts:

My finished cardigan measures: Length: 55cm / 21.5 inches. Width of body: 63cm / 25 inches. Sleeve length: 58cm / 23 inches. Sleeve circumference: 36cm / 14 inches. I am a UK size 10 and this would still have lots of positive ease if you’re a UK 14. After that I reckon the fit would change and you should consider adjusting your square sizes. Any smaller than a size 10 and you might find it’s too big so make each square smaller.

Each square is 18 stitches by 13 rows. To size up or down, it’s about 1 row and 2 stitches per cm (just under half an inch) so add or subtract that amount to change the sizes.

My squares are 5×5 inches. But, surprise surprise, I did not make individual squares!! I used intarsia colourwork to create the illusion of squares; working row by row and swapping yarns each time I wanted to change colour. Remember to watch the vid for more detail.

The stitches I used were mostly UK half trebles (US hdc). Where I write “HT” on the chart below, that stands for Hounds Tooth stitch (must make a tutorial for this myself but there are loads on YouTube already), “FLO” stands for front loop only. I am linking to ascarf tutorial of mine HERE. It uses the same technique.

For the animal print squares I went to Lottie & Albert for inspiration. Lindsay has afree chartthat creates a much larger piece of crochet with tr stitches rather than htr. I made up my own chart for the cardi (below).

I began my pieces (the main body and two sleeves) with afoundation half treble (US hdc). This was a good base to then begin the colour work of the squares. Using the same colour as the ribbing helps to ensure it looks like a cohesive join too. Multiply the number of stitches per square by the amount of squares. Working on one giant piece like I did? Then it’s a foundation of 162. The sleeves were 54.

The ribbing is made in a similar way to the FLO stitch I use. Again, use the scarf tute HERE. I chained 13 for the waist band and 10 for the cuffs. Cuffs are 26 rows, no idea what the waist band is and there’s no way I’m counting them all (soz!) but it’s about 4 inches shorter than the main body piece. This brings it in to make it a better shape. It’s a technique I’ve robbed from my mate Heather of HG Designs Crochet.

The button band is a starter of 9ch and is worked onto the cardigan directly using an interesting technique that should be part of every crocheter’s repertoire. Rather than me type out an explanation, I suggest you watch the vid, it’s all there.

Step By Step Basics:

  1. Make pieces.
  2. Attach ribbing to main body.
  3. Seam sleeves & then add cuffs.
  4. Join at shoulders.
  5. Make button band/collar (see the vid, I show how).
  6. Attach sleeves. Use plenty of stitch markers to help with easing them in. Double check you’re not going to sew them on inside out like I did the first time!
  7. Sew on buttons.

Charts:

Neck Shaping:

You don’t have to shape at the neck like I did. But if you find it terribly flattering and can’t live without it, once you hit the last/top squares at the neck (the triangley ones indicated above), it’s a simple matter of one decrease per row. I say “simple”, I actually made it much harder for myself by having both squares be patterny. If you don’t fancy a decrease on the animal print colour work, or the hounds tooth square. Change them to a plain htr. It might save your last semblance of sanity.

Last Few Bits:

OK, I think that’s it. Please do let me know if you have any questions. I’ll try and help if I can but as I said before, this is aimed at those with at least the basics of crochet under their belt.

You wouldn’t believe the amount of work that goes into even doing this kind of casual outline of a pattern. Come and join me onPatreon and/or buy me Ko-fi !! Thank you!!

When you’ve made yourself an awesome cardi, please do let me know. The easiest thing to do is find me onInstagram as @zeendandroger

Right, I’m off to work on my next outstanding piece of crochet. See you soon. xxx

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Crochet Patchwork Winter Cardigan

Learn to crochet this easy, bulky crochet patchwork winter cardigan. Designed with ample amounts of texture, this chunky cardigan is a must have this winter.

crochet harry styles cardigan

I’m sure most of you have seen the Harry Styles patchwork cardigan design by JW Anderson that has taken the internet by storm over these last few months. I loved it but I wanted to put my own twist on it. I’m not overly crazy about the super bright colors that were used in the original design, so I opted for a more muted color.

I also completely changed the stitching for each of the squares. You know me, I’m a sucker for anything that has texture! So I do admit that this cardigan looks nothing like the original cardigan, but it does share the same concept, the patchwork design.

free crochet harry styles cardigan pattern

The cardigan is made up of a bunch of squares with four different designs. First we will sew some squares together to make the back panel. Then we will sew more squares together to make two front panels, and finally we will sew a few more squares together to make two sleeves.

Then we will sew all the panels together, along with the sleeves. Once that is done we will crochet a very long ribbed hem that will be sewn along the entire bottom edge of the cardigan. A ribbed cuff will be made for each of the two sleeves.

We will then make a ribbed collar long enough to go around the neckline, and finally we will make tow narrow strips for each side of the inner front panels. One of these strips will have buttons and the other one will have the button holes

free crochet cardigan pattern

YARN

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The yarn I used was Scheepjes Chunky Monkey. The yarn label states that it’s an aran weight yarn but in my opinion it is most definitely a bulky/weight 5 yarn.

Other yarns I would suggest that are similar in weight are Paintbox Simply Chunky or Stylecraft Special Chunky

You may use other yarn weights, however make sure each square measures 5 inches wide. Take into account the stitch multiples for each square.

NOTES

  • The sizing guide is S/M(L/XL)
  • This pattern uses standard American crochet terms
  • Cardigan is designed to be oversized.
  • To make a size 2XL-3XL I would suggest following the pattern for size L/XL but instead of using a 6mm hook, I would use a 6.5 or 7mm hook.

SPECIAL STITCHES

Berry Stitch (BST): insert hook into specified stitch, draw up a loop, ch 3, yarn over, draw yarn through both loops on hook.

GAUGE: each square should measure 5″x 5″. Add more stitches to each square if needed to get to the width of 5″ but make sure to pay attention to stitch multiples. You can also change hook size to get to the 5″ width if needed.

MEASUREMENTS

To fit bust 32-38(40-46)

Back width: 25(30) inches

Length (without ribbed hem) is 20″.

Sleeve length: 18 inches.

MATERIALS

Yarn – Scheepjes Chunky Monkey – Bulky/weight 5/chunky

Approximately 1392(1624) meters

6 mm crochet hook

3 buttons

3 stitch markers

Measuring tape.

STITCHES & ABBREVIATIONS

Ch = chain

Sc = single crochet

Hdc = half double crochet

Dc = double crochet

FPDC = front post double crochet

BPDC = back post double crochet

BLO = back loop only

BST = bobble stitch.

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CROCHET PATCHWORK WINTER CARDIGAN PATTERN

SIZE S-M. Scroll down to end of page for details on SIZE L-XL

HDC SQUARE x 21:

stitch multiples: any

Ch 14

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in each ch across. Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, hdc in each stitch across. Turn.

Repeat row 2 until square measures 5″ in height.

Fasten off.

GRIDDLE SQUARE X 13:

stitch multiples: even number

Ch 14

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, *dc in next stitch, sc in next stitch, repeat from * across, ending the last stitch with a sc. Turn.

Row 2: ch 3 (counts as a dc), *sc in next stitch, dc in next stitch, repeat from * across ending last stitch with a dc. Turn.

Row 3: ch 1, sc in first st, *dc in next st, sc in next st, repeat from * across ending the row with a sc. Turn.

Repeat rows 2-3 until square measures 5″ in height.

Fasten off.

BOBBLE STITCH SQUARE X 7:

stitch multiple (any even number)

Ch 14

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each st across. Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, sc in first st, *BST in next st, sc in next st, repeat from * across row. Turn.

Row 3: ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn.

Row 4: ch 1, BST in first st, sc in next st, *BST in next st, sc in next st, repeat from * across row, ending with a sc in last st. Turn.

Row 5: ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn.

Repeat rows 2-5 until square measures 5″

Fasten off.

BASKETWEAVE SQUARE X 13:

stitch multiples: 6+5

Ch 17

Row 1: dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in each ch across. Turn.

Row 2: ch 2 (counts as a hdc), FPDC around each of next 2 sts, BPDC around each of next 3 sts, FPDC around each of next 3 sts, BPDC around each of next 3 sts, FPDC around next 2 sts, hdc on top of turning chain. Turn.

Repeat row 2 until square measures 5″ in height.

Fasten off.

Back panel assembly

For the back panel you will need:

7 hdc squares; 5 griddle squares; 3 bobble squares; 5 basketweave squares

Assemble squares as follows:

Using a yarn needle and some yarn sew all the squares together. Weave in all your ends and leave to one side.

Front panels assembly:

For the front panels you will need:

6 hdc squares; 4 griddle squares; 2 bobble squares; 4 basketweave squares.

Using a yarn needle and some yarn assemble the squares as follows:

Using your yarn needle and some yarn sew the square like shown above. You will be making two front panels. Weave in all ends.

Sleeve assembly

For the sleeves you will need:

8 hdc squares; 4 griddle squares; 2 bobble squares; 4 basketweave squares.

You will assemble the squares like shown below:

Using your yarn needle and hook sew all squares together. Weave in all ends.

Assembling the cardigan:

Lay your back panel on a flat surface with the right side facing up. Next lay both front panels with their right sides facing down. Using a yarn needle sew across the shoulders. Fasten off.

Next lay your entire piece out flat with the wrong side facing up. Grab a sleeve and with a stitch marker, mark the centre stitch of the sleeve. Now align that marker with the shoulder seam of the cardigan and connect. Sew across connecting the sleeve to the cardigan. Repeat on the other side with the other sleeve.

Fold your cardigan over and sew along the under edge of sleeves and down along the sides of the cardigan. Turn cardigan right side out now.

Ribbed hem

Ch 11

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc to end. Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, sc in BLO of each st across. Turn.

Repeat row 2 until ribbing is long enough to go around the entire bottom edge of cardigan (that includes the bottom edges of the two front panels and the bottom edge of back panel). Fasten off leaving a very long tail. With your yarn needle and long tail sew the ribbed hem to the bottom edge of cardigan.

Sleeve cuffs x 2

Ch 11

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch to end. Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, sc in BLO of each st across. Turn.

Repeat row 3 until ribbed cuff measures 11 inches. You can add more rows here if you want a wider cuff. Fasten off leaving a long tail. Now with your yarn needle and long tail, sew the cuff to the bottom of sleeve. You may have to cinch the bottom of the sleeve slightly for the cuff to fit around it. Repeat for the other sleeve.

Collar

Ch 22

Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch to end. Turn.

Row 2: ch 1, sc in BLO in each st across. Turn.

Repeat row 2 until you have a total of 64 rows completed. You can add more rows here if needed. You just need to make the collar long enough to go around the neckline.

Fasten off leaving a long tail. Sew the collar to the neck of the cardigan.

Inner front panel edging

Make a chain long enough to go from beneath the collar to the bottom edge of cardigan. Then hdc into the 2nd ch from hook, hdc in each ch to end. At the end of the row ch 1, hdc in each st across. You will do a total of 5 rows in hdc. Fasten off leaving a long tail and sew to one of the inner front panel edges.

Now make another chain of the same length and do 3 rows of hdc. Then with three stitch markers lay out where you want your buttons to be.

Next row: ch 1, hdc in each st until you reach first stitch marker. When you reach the marker, ch 1, skip that st with the marker in it and continue placing a hdc in each st until you reach next stitch marker. When you reach the 2nd marker, ch 1, skip that stitch with the marker and continue on placing a hdc in each st until you reach final marker, ch 1, skip that stitch, hdc to end. Fasten off leaving a long tail.

Sew this button hole strip to the other inner front panel edge.

Sew buttons corresponding to the button holes on the other strip.

Your cardigan is now completed.

Sizes L-XL

The below diagram is a guide.

Just like the size S-M you will make 4 types of squares; hdc squares, griddle squares, bobble squares and basketweave squares. However you will need to make an extra 12 squares. These extra 12 squares can be 4 hdc, 3 griddle, 2 bobble and 3 basketweave. It’s entirely up to you.

Aim for 5×5 inches for each square.

The sleeves will be the same as for size S-M, however you can go 4×4 squares if you want a larger sleeve. Its up to you.

Sizes 2XL-3XL

Follow for sizes L-XL but use a larger hook. I would suggest a 6.5 hook or even a 7mm hook. The aim here is to make each square 5.5×5.5 inches.

I would suggest each sleeve to be 4 squares x 4 squares.

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