XO Hexagon Cardigan
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Make a crochet sweater for your favorite kiddo out and teach her geometry while you’re at it! You’ll love watching this lightweight child’s cardigan come together as it’s magically constructed from two simple hexagons. Make it in a solid color as shown or jazz it up with stripes in different colors. Either way, this pattern works up quickly for an adorable cardigan that your child can wear year round.
Once you understand the basic idea of how the rows and rounds are worked, you’ll be off to the races with this simple sweater! Just to be sure though, the pattern PDF includes two helpful stitch charts and a detailed photo tutorial.
A note on sizing: If in between sizes, choose larger size. You then may want to work fewer sleeve rounds and body “length” rows to accommodate smaller limbs and torso. When your little one grows, just add an extra couple of rounds to grow with her!
This pattern originally appeared on MakeAndDoCrew. Find all my free crochet patterns here!
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- Jess Coppom Make & Do Crew
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My daughter-in-law needed a beginner project. She loved this cardigan and so far, all the directions are clear and really is a very doable pattern for a beginner. I think it's very creative on how it's constructed. I've helped her with the basic rectangle part.