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Campfire cardigan crochet pattern

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In this video tutorial, we'll learn how to crochet a sweater start to finish. This easy, free crochet sweater pattern makes the perfect chunky cardigan for fall and winter. Follow along with the free Dwell Sweater Crochet pattern from Make and Do Crew.

In this video tutorial, we'll learn how to crochet a sweater start to finish. This easy, free crochet sweater pattern makes the perfect chunky cardigan for fall and winter. Follow along with the free Dwell Sweater Crochet pattern from Make and Do Crew.

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How to crochet a sleeve for the Campfire Cardigan (free crochet sweater pattern). Great crochet pattern for summer!

In Part 2 of this modern free crochet sweater pattern, we'll learn how to lengthen the bottom of your "Campfire Cardigan" and add sleeves. Let's do this!

"This listing is for the Campfire Cardigan CROCHET PATTERN PDF only The construction of this crochet hexagon sweater is what makes it so fun. Can you spot the two granny hexagons? It's like a magic trick! You crochet them and then--poof!--they just disappear into the coziest little lightweight sweater you've ever worn. The two simple granny hexagons are what form the chest and shoulders of the sweater. Once they're seamed, you'll lengthen the sweater, add longer sleeves, and pop a basic rectangu

***This listing is for the Campfire Cardigan CROCHET PATTERN PDF only*** The construction of this crochet hexagon sweater is what makes it so fun. Can you spot the two granny hexagons? It's like a magic trick! You crochet them and then--poof!--they just disappear into the coziest little lightweight sweater you've ever worn. The two simple granny hexagons are what form the chest and shoulders of the sweater. Once they're seamed, you'll lengthen the sweater, add longer sleeves, and pop a basic…

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How to make a crochet hexagon sweater (or jacket.) Such an easy first crochet sweater project!

In Part 2 of this modern free crochet sweater pattern, we'll learn how to lengthen the bottom of your "Campfire Cardigan" and add sleeves. Let's do this!