[Free Pattern] This Gorgeous Chevron Lace Cardigan Is Worked From The Top Down In One Piece

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Spring is here; summer is just around the corner and now is the time for sweaters with short or elbow length sleeves. If you need more short-sleeved cardigans for cool summer evenings you'll love this Chevron Lace Cardigan pattern, by milobo, worked from the top down in one piece. The cardigan's body and sleeves can be adjusted to your desired length. Pattern calls for DK weight and written for the finished chest size 33, 36, 42, 48 inch bust (this pattern is designed to be close fitting, with zero ease). This crocheted clothing piece can easily become your new favorite sweater.

This pattern is worked from the top down in one piece. It is important that you
achieve the correct gauge of 1 pattern repeat to 3 inches. Row gauge is not
important as the depth of the yoke and length of sleeves and body will be
determined by you, by trying on the
garment as you go! You will start at the neckline, work
increase rows for the yoke, divide for body and sleeves, and then work
separately on body and sleeves until they are your desired length.
This pattern is very adaptable; the body length can vary from cropped to hip length (or
beyond!). Cap sleeves can be created by adding one row of double crochet to the armholes
instead of working the sleeves. It can be fastened with buttons, a pin or tie/ belt. The choice is yours.

Chevron Lace CardiganImage source: milobo

Chevron Lace Cardigan by milobo 2Image source: flickr.

Chevron Lace Cardigan by milobo 1Image source: flickr.

Thanks to milobo for this article inspiration and featured image.

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