Monday, 7 August 2017

Baby Crochet Cabled Cardigan Sweater




Cabled crochet cardigan design:


Welcome to my new and adorable baby hoodie Cabled crochet cardigan design. This is a small 3-6 months baby cardigan jacket made for the clod season, it protect and warm the little ones. Today I sharing for you don’t forget this simple idea and check out for the little ones, and protect him and her for the cold and spring.
Instructions:  I am using one of the boy color brown, you also choose for another different boy colors as your own choice and make this baby sweater for your loving children or gifted to friends. this simple and beginner cable jacket can be easily adjust in many of the other sizes large and more large sizes, but you have to notice when you making a large size you have to make the starting chains in the desire size and then work in the body, I think you understand .if you are the beginner and want to make the same size, try to this simple and easy instructions.
I added a half double crochet and cable stitch in this baby hooded jacket/cardigan .it’s a lovely and thick stitch for the babies’ item, I give the simple and easy idea for the cable to made the same video. If you have a problem to understanding the pattern you can see the videos.
 This thick baby hoodie Cabled crochet cardigan design. I made for the little babies to protect them with the cold and chilly season. This is very simple idea for the beginner crocheters. Don’t miss the video tutorial, and learn how can be making the cable stitch and how to sew the hood.
Gauge:   6hdc x 4 Row = 1 inch
Length shoulder to bottom. 11 inches (including Rib)
Sleeve length shoulder to cuff. 9 inch (including Rib)

Size:   3-6 months

Item to be need:
Brown (Light DK weight acrylic yarn 4 ply 20 sts = 4 inch)
Crochet hook. 3mm
Buttons
Crochet needle
Scissor

U S Terms ABBREVIATIONS:
c.             Crochet
ch.          Chain
hdc.       Half double crochet
dc           double crochet
slst.        Slip stitch
st.           Stitch
sts.         Stitches
rnd.        Round
sc.           Single crochet
inc.         Increase
rpt.         Repeat
Fp dc.    Front post double crochet
Bp dc.   Back post double crochet
Fp tr      front post treble crochet

Special stitch:
1.       Do stitch marker on the front, when making the neck shape.
2.       Ch1 in not count.
3.       Ch 2 is count for hdc


Pattern:
Cardigan back:
Ribbing:
Round1:     ch52, dc in 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, turn. (50)
Round2:     ch2,* Fp dc in next st, Bp dc in next st*, rpt * to* across, hdc in last st, turn. (50)
Round3:     ch2, *Fp dc in next Fp dc, Bp dc in next Bp dc,* rpt * to * across, hdc in last st, 
                    turn. (50)
Body:
Round1:            ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st across, turn. (50)
Round2-36:      ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st across, turn. (50).
(Measure approx (11 inches) including rib)

Cardigan Front:
Ribbing:
Round1:     ch27, dc in 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, turn. (25)
Round2:     ch2,* Fp dc in next st, Bp dc in next st*, rpt * to* across, hdc in last st, turn. (25)
Round3:     ch2, *Fp dc in next Fp dc, Bp dc in next Bp dc,* rpt * to * across, hdc in last st, 
                    turn. (25)
Body:
Round1:            ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st across, turn. (25)
Start the pattern round.
Round2:     ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts, * make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3sts, wo Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts]*, hdc in next 4 sts, rpt * to *, hdc in each next 5 sts, turn. (25)
Round3:     ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 4 sts, * Bp dc in each of the cable 6 sts, * hdc in 
                   next 4 sts,Rpt * to * 1 time, hdc in next 4 sts, turn. (25)
Round 4:    ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts,* make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3 sts,
                  (working into skipped sts) Fp tr make into skipped 3 sts],* hdc in next 4 sts,
                   rpt * to *, hdc in each next 5 sts, turn. (25)
Round5-28:   Rpt (Round3 & Round4). (Measure approx (9 inches) including rib)

Make Right front neck shape and shoulder:
Round29:        ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 4 sts, make Bp dc in each of the cable 6 sts, hdc in
                          next 4 sts, leave 10 sts for neck shape, turn. (15)
Round30:       ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts, make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3 sts, (working into skipped sts) Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts], hdc in next 5 sts, turn. (15)
Round31:         ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 4 sts, * Bp dc in each of the cable 6 sts, * hdc in  
                          next 4 sts, turn. (15)
Round32-36:   rpt (Rnd 30 & Rnd 31). Fasten off 

Make Left front neck shape and shoulder:
Round29:        slst in next 10 sts, hdc in next 5 sts, make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3, 
(working into skipped sts) Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts], hdc in next 4 sts, turn. (15)
Round30:         ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 3 sts, Bp dc in each of the cable 6 sts, hdc in next
                          5 sts, turn. (15)
Round31:        ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 4 sts, make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3 sts, (working into skipped sts)Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts], hdc in next 4 sts, turn. (15)
Round32-36:   Rpt (Rnd 30 & Rnd 31). Fasten off 

Make Sleeves x 2:
Ribbing:
Round1:     ch32, dc in 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, turn. (30)
Round2:     ch2,* Fp dc in next st, Bp dc in next st*, rpt * to* across, hdc in last st, turn. (30)
Round3:     ch2, *Fp dc in next Fp dc, Bp dc in next Bp dc,* rpt * to * across, hdc in last st, turn. (30)
Body:
Round1:            ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st across, turn. (30)
Start the pattern round.
Round2:      ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 11 sts, make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3 sts,
                  (working into skipped sts)Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts],  hdc in next 12 sts,
                    turn. (30)
Round3:       ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in next 11 sts, Bp dc in each of the cable 6 sts, hdc in next
                     12sts, turn. (30)
Round4:      ch1, 2hdc in same st, hdc in next 11 sts, make cable [skip 3 sts, Fp tr in next 3 sts, (working into skipped sts)Fp tr make into Skipped 3 sts],  hdc in next 11 sts, 2hdc in last st,
                     turn. (32)
Round5-7:       Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (32)
Round 8:          Rpt (Rnd4). (34)
Round9-10:     Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (34)
Round 8:          Rpt (Rnd4). (36)
Round9-11:     Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (34)
Round 12:        Rpt (Rnd4). (36)
Round13-15:   Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (36)
Round 16:        Rpt (Rnd4). (38)
Round17-19:    Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (38)
Round 20:         Rpt (Rnd4). (40)
Round21-23:    Rpt (Rnd 2 & Rnd 3). (40)
Round 24:         Rpt (Rnd4). (42). Fasten off (measure approx 8.5 inches including rib)

Sewing:   First sew shoulder seems together in wrong side, use slst in each st across.
Attach the sleeves to the cardigan sweater, use crochet needle and yarn for sewing, then sew the
sides Starting with the cuffs sew to the end, use crochet needle and yarn for sewing the sides.

Make front bands:
Work:     join yarn into the corner end, ch2, dc in each st along the front band, turn.
Next round:     ch2,* Fp dc in next st, Bp dc in next st*, rpt * to* across, hdc in last st, turn.
Repeat 1 more round. Fasten off

Make hoodie:
Round1:     ch82, dc in 4th ch, dc in each ch across, turn. (80)
Round2:     ch2,* Fp dc in next st, Bp dc in next st*, rpt * to* across, hdc in last st, turn. (80)
Round3:     ch2, *Fp dc in next Fp dc, Bp dc in next Bp dc,* rpt * to * across, hdc in last st, turn. (80)
Body:
Round1:          ch1, hdc in each st across, turn. (80)
Round2-22:    ch1, hdc in same st, hdc in each st across, turn. (80)
Sewing:    fold in half right side facing out, slst in each st across, at the end slst deep some of
the sts. attach the hoodie to the cardigan, use crochet needle and yarn for sewing. Fasten off
For more help (watch the video tutorial)

Finishing:    sew 4 or 5 small buttons on the front band in the jacket.weave all ends.

18 comments:

  1. Is there a printed direction for this beautiful hoodie??? My internet isnt always fast, and i could follow a printed pattern

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    1. sorry to late answer you. written pattern in my website(www.crosiahome.come)

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  2. Is there a printed direction for this beautiful hoodie??? My internet isnt always fast, and i could follow a printed pattern

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  3. The link to the pattern is directly under the photo - "written pattern (baby crochet cable cardigan sweater)" ....

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  4. howcome the back of the body is said 11 inches and the front 9 inches? are they not the same lenght?also, the same number of rows for the front (36) gives me about 4 rows longer than the back, given the cable that makes it a bit wider each row. Is this normal?

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  5. P.S: solved the difference between 11 and 9 inches by re-watching video. Front 9 inch is up to row 28-29 included. by 36th row is 11 inches. But still have longer length at front. Undid 2 rows. Now fits same length. New question: can you tell me the width of the cardigan where ribbed? Mine is 10 to 10 and a half inches and would according to measure tables be an 18 months old...Yet length from shoulder to bottom, ribbing included, gives same at back as yours: 11 inches. What is the width of the back panel at ribbing, in your model? thanks. would really want to end this for a baby shower coming up soon...looks cute but am stuck to know if width is okay at 10.25-10.5 inches at bottom of back...Thanks for gorgeous pattern!

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  6. Managed to find answers on my own from questions March 14 and 15. Done. Gorgeous cardigan! My first cables, too! Super videos you have, super site! I also managed the converse for 3-6 months and they are wonderful. Had to figure out amount of stitches at times, but managed. Great patterns and videos. Tnks

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    1. Just curious, what did you do to make it the same

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  7. Hi. Is there a way to make this in size 6-12 months? I love this pattern. You did a wonderful job!

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    1. thanks to appreciated. that size made for 6-9 months if you need large size so increase more chains or use bigger size hook.

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  8. Great video!Thank you SO much!!
    I would love you to do one in a bigger sizes also!!��

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  9. I was taught how to crochet at 8 years old. I was not taught what each stitch was called and I could never follow a pattern. Until I found your page. Never thought I would be able to create sweaters. But because of you. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. welcome many thanks to like and appreciate.

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  10. this is very pretty project...I wana make it for 6 to 12 month old baby...can you help me in size adjusting......also help me in joining front and back parts as I use crochet needle , it does not appear neat and fine sew...as it looks in video tutorials..

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    1. for 6-12 months you need chain of 62.i will try to make and show you the sewing.

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  11. when i do the body ending with 25 stitches there is no way i end with a bpdc which you must in order to start next row with fpdc. so i started in 3rd stitch from hook instead of 4th. also you don't what row to end to start for the neck

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