The Toasted Marshmallow Crochet Cardigan is sure to become your new favorite sweater! Its simple, elegant design will have everyone you know asking “where did you buy that?!” Since it’s an amazing blend of cozy & cute, this simple crochet cardigan can easily be taken from casual days at home to nights on the town. Keep reading for a look into the design, supplies needed, & maybe even a coupon code at the end!
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- If you want a PDF of this crochet cardigan pattern, then you can find it on Ravelry and Etsy – keep reading for more information about the design!
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Understated & Simple Crochet Cardigan Pattern
Oh, the Toasted Marshmallow Cardigan! To be completely honest, as I was making it, I was pretty neutral towards the design. BUT, as soon as I put it on when I was done, I was blown away by it. This simple crochet cardigan is so versatile, perfect for a casual day running errands while wearing leggings. Or you can dress it up with a simple dress. It’ll be your new favorite go-to cardigan!
The yarn for this cardigan is WeCrochet’s Wonderfluff, and to say I’m OBSESSED is an understatement. This is officially my new favorite yarn. It’s a bulky yarn that’s a blend of Baby Alpaca, Merino Wool, & Nylon. It’s seriously one of the softest yarns I’ve ever touched and I don’t say that lightly (LOL).
Baby Alpaca has always been my favorite fiber, and this yarn truly allows the soft, pliable nature of that fiber shine. I think the best part about it, apart from the feel of it, is that it’s a bulky yarn that doesn’t FEEL bulky. It’s so light, so you get the best of both worlds: a crochet project that works up quickly but doesn’t feel heavy. Sometimes I find other bulky yarns on the market to feel too heavy when in cardigan/sweater form, leading to a garment not being super comfortable. However, Wonderfluff truly amazes, and I cannot recommend it enough.
Crochet Hook & Stitches
As always, I used a Furls hook for this crochet cardigan project. Specifically, I used a Furls Streamline Resin in Cafe (6.0mm). These hooks have thick grips that prevent hand cramps so you can throw on Netflix, light a candle, and blast out hours of crochet without having to take a break. They also look lovely too! (Check out this post I did on Furls Crochet hooks to find out more information on why I think they’re fabulous!)
The stitches for this crochet cardigan may surprise you! It’s actually mostly single crochet stitches. I think sometimes people underestimate how stunningly versatile and elegant the basic crochet stitches can be. There’s nothing I hate more than having to “concentrate” on my crocheting. I’ll take a simple, mindless crochet project over a more complicated one ANY DAY. Anyway, because the stitches and construction for this crochet cardigan are so simple, it’s a GREAT beginner project. If you’re thinking “Oh man, I’ve never made a sweater before, but I really want to!”, then this project would be perfect! (A few other crochet patterns I have made COMPLETELY of single crochet stitches are the Happy Stripes Cardigan & the Happy Stripes Pullover, so check those out if you love simple single crochet patterns like I do!)
I hope you stay warm & cozy in your Toasted Marshmallow Crochet Cardigan!
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