The inspiration for this came from my beautiful niece Kirra, she has blonde hair and when she held this yarn next to her, it all just came out! I wanted to create something like 1975 say hello to 2018, and it’s teen approved!
I hope you enjoy creating this cardigan, and learn something new in the process. The pattern contains a companion video to help you work the more complicated rows and you can find that link within the pattern.
I’m always here to help if you get stuck! Please don’t hesitate to message me with any questions. I want to help you learn new techniques and spread the joy of crochet – it’s called *joy* for a reason – crochet is a way to relax. I understand it can be frustrating learning new things, but that’s why I’m here – to help you learn and inspire you to create. I would absolutely <3 love <3 to see your finished cardigans, if you have Instagram, Facebook, or a blog, please use hashtag #stardustgoldcrochet and #kirracardi so I can see them :). Oh yes, and please read all the notes in the pattern, they are there for a reason ;).
Intermediate – but if you are an ambitious beginner – this pattern is for you! It is mostly basic stitches, but I threw in a few front post stitches to add some texture. If you have any trouble with those, don’t worry, I created a full video tutorial to help you work the pattern. You can find the link inside the pattern.
Caron Yarnspirations Sprinkle Cakes – Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) in Pecan Fudge. These are sale for $5.49 each (a steal!) – each cake contains 204 yards. Here are a few other great substitutions in bulky 6 weight (clicking on photos will take you where you want to be):
Caron Tea Cakes:
Lion Brand’s Hometown is a great bulky weight yarn with awesome colors too:
Bernat Softee Chunky has a 3 skein bundle here:
Hand wash, lay flat to dry.
77% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 3% Other Fiber
800-1000 yards – I used 6 cakes total, with plenty left over. Although my testers used one color yarn and they only used around 800 yards.
10 mm (N/P-15) hook
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Here are a few samples from my testers pictured in size small:
She joined two yarns together to get the same effect of using a super bulky yarn and it looks fabulous!
I hope you enjoy this pattern! Please tag me or make a project so I can see what lovely colors you all come up with! <3
~Inspire, Learn, Create