Crochet Hoodie Cardigan Pattern Review

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Crochet Hoodie Cardigan Pattern Review I received a sample copy of this pattern for the Crochet Hoodie Cardigan. However, I was not financially compensated in any way beyond the pattern to give a favorable review. The opinions expressed here are my own based on my own experiences.

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Stitch Guide and How-to Videos

The text of the pattern is clear and very easy to read. If the user is confused at all or does not understand a stitch, there is a Stitch Guide that has illustrated guides and how-to videos.

Pattern Title: Crochet Hoodie Cardigan

Designed by: Lena Skvagerson for Annie’s Signature Designs

Crochet Hoodie Cardigan close up

I am a beginner pattern reader and writer. I do not profess to be an expert. When I look at a pattern posted somewhere like Pinterest for a Crochet Hoodie Cardigan like this, I would save the post, but never think that I had the skills and know-how to make it.
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Easy Skill Level

The pattern shows the skill level as being easy. Further, the pattern provides not only the overall finished sized, but the specific finished measurements for bust and length in inches. The pattern instructions are written for a woman’s small, medium, large, x-large, 2x-large, and 3x-large. To me, that is really like having six patterns in one. That is such a nice feature. Other information such as the materials, gauge, and pattern notes are included in the beginning of the pattern. I like that the specific skeins of yarn needed for each size are listed.

Easy to Read Pattern

The text of the pattern is clear and very easy to read. If the user is confused at all or does not understand a stitch, there is a Stitch Guide that has illustrated guides and how-to videos. This pattern is written for the woman’s small size and the other sizes are clearly shown in brackets [ ].

Close up of stitches

Here is a snippet of the pattern page that I just covered. As you can see, it really provided a lot of foundational information that helps the user decide what size and materials needed.

Foundational Information

Easy & Clear Pattern

Once I downloaded this pattern and started looking it over, I quickly realized that even I can make this Crochet Hoodie Cardigan! I had planned on only doing a pattern review. However, since I am pretty confident that I can make this Crochet Hoodie Cardigan. Without showing you the whole pattern, I have provided a snippet of the first row of the directions. You can see the various sizes listed in the brackets. Additionally, look at that first row. It consists of doing chains, and double crochet.

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Purchased the Yarn

After reviewing the pattern, I purchased the yarn too! Now I am excited to make this. I just have to decide if I want to make it for me, which means larger size, or my daughter, which means a smaller size.  I have a picture of the yarn below.

Stitches use in Pattern

The stitches within the pattern are chain, double crochet, front post double crochet, or back post double crochet. I can do those stitches. Additionally, the Crochet Hoodie Cardigan Pattern is made in pieces and finished by sewing the pieces together. Lastly, there is also a stitch diagram to help those crocheters that use this method of reading a pattern to help them visualize the written directions.
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My overall score on this Crochet Hoodie Cardigan is five stars.

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Now that I have the pattern and the yarn, I will try my hand at making this beautiful Crochet Hoodie Cardigan. You can see the cardigan I made here. I hope this helps you with your decision on whether you too can make this pattern.


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