I am so excited to share my new design, the Retro Cropped Cardi – the Furls December 2019 Crochet Along pattern! This pattern will be free on Furls Crochet, in 3 parts – read on for the details!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Furls and contains affiliate links.
About the Retro Cropped Cardi
The Retro Cropped Cardi is a vintage-inspired jacket, designed to keep you feeling warm and looking great! Made with Red Heart Hygge it’s fuzzy, cozy, and fast to crochet.
In addition to using your favorite Furls hook, be sure to have good lighting to help you see your stitches! The yarn is fuzzy, but not difficult to use. But a bright light makes it easier still!
And it’s simple too! Easy stitches and shaping make this a great pattern for beginner garment makers. The main stitch is the extended single crochet!
Prefer a longer, “non-cropped” sweater? Just add more rows to each piece – but remember to add the same number of rows to the back and both fronts!
This pattern is just that easy. Just remember to add that extra length into your side seams, and purchase additional yarn if needed.
Supplies Needed for this Pattern
Red Heart Hygge (5/Bulky; 141 g/5 oz, 121 meters/132 yards)
Color A: Slate Blue shown 5 (5, 6, 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 10) balls
Color B: Pearl shown (1 ball all sizes)
Sizes: XS (S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)
Finished Bust (including edging): 42 (46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 70, 74)”
Finished Length (including edging): 21.5 (22, 22.5, 23, 23.5, 24, 24.5, 25, 25.5)”
The CAL Schedule
The parts of the CAL will be posted on Furls Crochet on the following dates – all at the same link!
- 12/10/19 – PART ONE
- 12/17/19 – PART TWO
- 12/24/19 – PART THREE
Get the Retro Cropped Cardi Pattern Here!
I hope you enjoy making your own Retro Cropped Cardi with Furls! I know it’s a busy month – feel free to come back and make it whenever you like (be sure to add it to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites so it stays on your list)!
THE FINE PRINT
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