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Spruce Up With This Gorgeous Sprindrift Cardigan
Another wonderful creation by Moon Elderidge at We Crochet, The Spindrift Cardigan starts out with a neutral-colored body that is energized by stripes of color near the hem.
The playful bursts of color not only add visual interest but also allow for personalization, inviting the crocheter to select shades that resonate with their own style and taste. The cardigan is designed to be both comfortable and stylish, featuring a relaxed fit that drapes elegantly over the body
To work on this garb, you will be needing CotLin Yarn, a cool and lightweight Tanguis cotton and summer linen blend perfect for washcloths, spa gifts, and summer garments for both children and adults. Tanguis (tan-gwiss) cotton has a very soft hand, excellent absorption and, because it is a naturally white fiber, a high affinity for dyes.
You will also be needing a US-size F/G crochet hook. That’s approximately 3.75 mm and 4mm if you prefer to use the metric system.
Need help with crochet hooks? We have an excellent article that can guide you through choosing the right kind of hook. You can check it out here: Crochet Hooks: The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Crochet Hook.
The pattern is available in one size. Once finished, the width across the back panel measurement ranges from 38, 42, and 54 inches. That’s approximately 96.52 cm to 106.68 cm in width and 137.16cm in length if you prefer to use the metric unit.
Moreover, it comes with detailed written instructions as well as a diagram to guide you with the project. And you can check the recommended gauge to get a more accurate measurement.
If you want more information on crochet gauge, here’s an article that you’ll find useful: Crochet Gauge: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Gauge Right.
Download The Pattern
You can download the FREE pattern for this adventurous garment from the We Crochet website.
To get the FREE downloadable pattern, please click here: Spindrift Cardigan Pattern
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: CotLin Yarn