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Cozy Cardi Pattern is here!

I am excited to announce that the Cozy Cardi Pattern is finally here!
$5.50 - Cozy Cardi PDF Crochet Pattern
Your Cozy Cardi Crochet Pattern is available to purchase here!  The digital eBook, including pictures and instructions will be emailed to your Paypal email address. 
**Materials**Size Chart**Yardage Chart**
(all  included in the pattern)
This is a super cute crochet pattern for a Cozy Cardigan. It is quick, easy and sure to become a favorite! It is crocheted in one piece from the top down with the sleeves added after the body is crocheted. Features a cute textured pattern for the bottom of the sweater and the sleeves. The pattern includes instructions for long sleeves and for short sleeves! It looks super cute with either one! 
I have included pictures of me making the preemie size for you to reference as you are making your Cardigan.   You can use these pictures if you are making a larger size, just keep in mind that your cardi will be larger with more rows.  But the pictures do give you a general idea of what yours should look like as you are crocheting it, and they are a big help.
The pattern includes a size chart for the finished measurements of each size so that it will be easier for you to determine what size you want to make.  It also includes a yarn yardage chart. 

Size Range

I have included 10 different children's sizes for this pattern; preemie, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, 2T, 3T, 4T, 5T, 6/7, and 8.  Instructions for each size are written out separately for easier understanding.  I have included a page numbers chart so that if you want to print the pattern you will know which pages to print for each size.

This sweater is designed to be a 'fitted sweater'.  If you would like yours to be a little bit bigger, just crochet one size up. 
This pattern has been tested by 10 different crocheters.  Thank you to Jamie Fox for the use of her beautiful picture and for testing this pattern for me.  She also makes and sells these in her Etsy Shop for any of you who would like one made for you.  I would also like to thank Shilo Horsman, Stevee Gooder, Jessica Moore, Vimi Hary, Jennifer Callaghan, and Kylie Fergen for testing this pattern for me.  They all did a fantastic job!
I can't wait to see all of the cute litte cardi's that you guys make!


  1. great !
    Greetings from Poland :)


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