Crochet Cardigan with Pockets and Buttons | Tutorial DIY


for this project any category four
yarn will work but I used a skein and a half of Lion brands pound of love
the color Navy as for tools a five millimeter hook stitch markers scissors
a tape measure with the optional tapestry needle and buttons we’re using
five stitches for this project and they will be as follows chain slip stitch single crochet half double crochet double crochet this tutorial is for a
size small but you can adjust it for your size and we explain how to in the
video so let’s get started getting this cardigan started we’re first going to
grab our category 4 yarn make our slipknot grab our 5 millimeter hook and
we’re going to start off by making a chain that goes from our side inwards
towards where we want our cardigan to end keeping in mind that we will have
about an inch border along the outside and also keeping in mind that this needs
to be divisible by 3 and just to let you guys know I have a total of eight inches
or 20 centimeters now that we have our chain our first row is going to be super
simple all we’re gonna do is block off that last chain that we made to a chain
up of three this counts as a double crochet from here we’re gonna prepare
for a double crochet and then go into that loop that we blocked off with our
thumb or the fourth loop from our hook with a double crochet let’s do one
double crochet together just a little bit more slowly we’re gonna prepare for
a double crochet insert our hook into that next loop yarn over pull through we
should have three loops on the hook once we have that we’re going to yarn over
pull through two yarn over pull through two and that is our double crochet but
once when we have that down we are going to be putting one double crochet into
every loop that we have in our chain going all the way back down we’ve just
made our way all the way down our chain doing one double crochet into every loop
that we had and I have also added in some stitch markers right where we need
to do our different panels so earlier I said that we needed to make sure that
our chain was in increments of three and that’s because we’re going to be working
in three different panels so into this first panel we’re going to be doing our
horizontal ribbing in the middle we’re gonna do an Alpine and then along the
outside over here we’re gonna do some more horizontal ribbing and this is all
going to be done in one piece so just stick with me it’s gonna be fairly
simple but what we’re gonna do to start this off once we have added in our
stitch markers is we’re gonna start off with doing a chain up of one flip our
work and then from this corner that we’re at to where we
inserted our stitch marker we’re going to be doing back loops slip stitches so
into this first back loop that we have we’re going to insert our hook we’re
going to yarn over pull through everything on our hook and that is our
back loop slip stitch let’s do just one more together we’re going to insert into
that back loop yarn over pull all the way through and that is it for this
section go ahead and continue to do that all the way down until we reach our
stitch marker and then I’ll show you guys what to do from there so this is
what we have we have our back loop slip stitches going all the way down until we
have reached our first stitch marker and now we’re going to be working on this
middle chunk that we have and this is going to be easy for this row this is
just going to be single crochets into the loop just like regular so into the
next available loop that we have we’re going to insert our hook into that loop
with a regular single crochet and we’re going to keep doing this all the way
down until we reach our next stitch marker and then once we reach the next
stitch marker we’re gonna do more back loop slip stitches but we will start
those off together this is what our piece looks like in its
entirety so far we have our double crochet row back loop slip stitches once
we hit our first stitch marker to our next stitch marker we have a little
chunk of single crochet directly on top of that and then from this stitch marker
down to the other end we’re gonna go in with back loop slip stitches so we’re
just gonna do the first together and then go from there into this next
available loop that we have we’re going to insert our hook in through that back
loop yarn over pull through everything on the hook we’re going to keep doing
this all the way down once we reach the end we’re going to do a chain up of
three that will count as a double crochet and then I’ll show you guys what
to do from there we have made it to the end and we have added our chain up of
three and for this first chunk from where we’re at to our first stitch
marker we’re going to do back loop double crochets so this first one counts
as a double crochet like I said we’re going to prepare for another double
crochet insert our hook into that next available back loop insert you’re an
over pull through yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two and then
as our first back loop croche let’s do one more together we’re
going to prepare for a double crochet into this next back loop insert your
hook yarn over pull through yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through
two and keep doing this until we get to our stitch marker loop again and then
we’re going to be working on our Alpine stitch from there we now have our first
chunk of back loop double crochets and as you guys can see there’s some really
pretty ribbon going on and we are at our first stitch marker and now we’re going
to do our Alpine stitch from this stitch marker to the next so all we’re going to
do to start this off is prepare for a double crochet and then into this next
available loop that we have we’re going to be going in through this back post so
basically just a bunch of front post double crochets so into this next post
that we have we’re going to prepare for a double crochet we’re going to be
sliding our hook behind this double crochet post that we have in the
previous row just like that we should have three loops on the hook and from
here we’re going to double crochet kind of like normal just with a little bit
more to it we’re going to yarn over pull through and then once we get to this
spot we’re going to yank our work up just a little bit so that it becomes
even with this double crochet row that we just did and once when it is all
level we’re gonna yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two and that
is our first Alpine Alpine stitch once we have that the next loop that we’re
going to go into is the regular loop so the ones up top that we normally go into
with a regular double crochet but once when we get there we’re going to take a
look at the back there’s going to be an available loop right here we’re going to
skip that loop and then go on to the one after that
but that loop is basically taken over by this Alpine that we just did if we go
into this loop then we’ll end up increasing our work which is what we
don’t want so we’re going to skip this guy we’re going to prepare for a double
crochet take a look at the back skip this loop go into the loop after that
the regular double crochet loop with a double crochet just like that let’s do
this one more time we’re going to prepare for a double crochet but this is
going to be a front post double crochet because we’re alternating since this
last one was a a double crochet we’re going to skip
this double crochet post that we have right here and then into the one after
that we’re going to be inserting our hook behind this post so insert your
hook behind this double crochet post in the previous row yarn over pull through
we’re gonna yank up just a little bit so that everything is level yarn over pull
through two yarn over pull through two and now we have front post double
crochet double crochet front post double crochet and once we have that we’re
going to be doing another regular double crochet so let’s do that together
prepare for a double crochet we’re going to skip the next loop that we have in
the back go into this next loop right here with a regular double crochet and
that is it we have our little chunk of front post double crochet double crochet
front post double crochet and double crochet and we’re going to continue
doing that all the way down until we reach our next stitch marker and then
from there we’re going to be doing back loop double crochets so go ahead and
continue on with this section of our Alpine stitch and then I’ll meet you
guys back so that we can do this last half together we now have our chunk of
Alpine stitches that goes from the first stitch marker that we have down to the
second and our little middle chunk right here and then from here we’re going to
go in with back loop double crochets so that it can match this side that we have
right here this is going to be super easy we’re going to prepare for a double
crochet into this next available back loop insert your hook yarn over pull
through yarn over pull through two pull through two go ahead and keep doing this
all the way down once we make it to the end we’re going to chain up one and
we’re going to be doing our row of back loop slip stitches two single crochets
two back loops slip stitches again so that’s going to be in between all of our
double crochet rows so I’ll meet you guys back just one more time so that we
can do this sequence again we’ve now made our way all the way down with our
second row of double crochets and I’m using air quotes because it’s double
crochets but also front post double crochets for the Alpine stitch but we
made it all the way down and now we’re going to do another row of back loops
slip stitches to singles to back loop slip stitches so that we can maintain
routing right here and also so that we can have loops for our alpine stitch so
in between each of these double crochet rows we’re going to do a chain up of one
flip our work and then from here we’re going to be going into every back loop
for this first chunk every back loop with a back loop slip stitch until we
reach our middle portion where we’re doing our Alpine stitch and then from
there we’re going to be doing regular single crochets we’ve now made our way over to where our
alpine stitch is it’s on the reverse side but if we flip it over it’s right
here and all we’re doing is going in with some single crochets and we’ve just made our way past our
alpine stitch section with our single crochets and now we’re going to go back
in with back loops slip stitches together now that we’ve made it into our last
loop we’re gonna do a chain up of three we’re going to flip our work and we’re
just gonna take a look at what we have so far we have a row of double crochet a
row of back loops slip stitches two single that’s behind the Alpine our next
row of double crochet and then another row of back loops slip stitches two
singles and now we’re gonna do another row of double crochet but we’re just
gonna stick with each other for this next section because everything else
will be the same but for the Alpine’s our front post double crochets will
start to stagger it’s exactly the same we’re just going into different front
posts so I’ll just show you guys how to do that once when we get there
but for this section you guys will already know how to do this we’re going
to prepare for a double crochet go into that first double crochet back loop with
another double crochet keep doing this until we reach our Alpine stitches and
I’ll show you guys what to do from there we’ve now made our way over with our
back loop double crochets over to where our Alpine stitches start and like I
said they’re gonna start to stagger a little bit so into this first loop that
we have into the section we’re just going to be going in with one regular
double crochet so we’re going to prepare for a double crochet we’re going to be
going in through both of those loops with a double crochet and by staggering
I mean into this a regular double crochet that we did into this Alpine
Road that we had in the previous row we’re gonna be going into the front post
into this guy so we’re gonna prepare for a double crochet go into this front post
double crochet yarn over pull through yank up just a little bit yarn over pull
through two yarn over pull through two and as us and see here is one Alpine
stitch and here’s the next and it’s going to keep going into those little
windows that we leave for ourselves for every row after this as well but from
here we’re going to prepare for a double crochet same rules apply we’re going to
skip one loop in the back and then insert our hook into the next available
loop with a double crochet and then let’s do just one more of these front
post double crochets together prepare for a double crochet into this next
regular double crochet that we have in the previous row we’re gonna go behind
that post yarn over pull through there yarn over pull through two yarn over
pull through two and we have our next Alpine and from there put a regular
double crochet and keep doing this all the way down until we reach our next
stitch marker and then we’re going to be going in with back loop double crochets
from there we made our way down with our little
chunk of Alpine stitch and what we’re going to do from here is back into back
loop double crochets from this section on over to the end so we’re going to
prepare for a double crochet into this next available loop remember we’re still
skipping that loop so into this next available loop go into that back loop
with a double crochet and we’re going to keep doing this all the way down once we
make it to the end since we have just finished our double crochet row we’re
going to be going in with back loop slip stitches until I reach the middle chunk
we’re gonna do single crochet from there and then once we get to the end of the
middle chunk back loop slip stitches all the way to the end and then you guys
already know chained up three and then going with back loop double crochets our
Alpine stitch making sure that our front post double crochets are going into the
windows that we have and then closing off with more back loop double crochets
and we’re gonna keep doing this until you reach where we want our v-neck to
start and then we will start cutting in to our shoulder so go ahead and keep
doing this for as long as you guys need we now have a good majority of our front
panel all finished up as y’all can see this is why our ribbing is our Alpine
stitch in the middle and then more ribbing on the side and this is where
we’re going to start doing the decrease so that we can form the V for the v-neck
portion of the collar and from where I stopped noting that I ended on a slip
stitch / single crochet row but where that ended all the way down to where we
started I have a total of 16 inches or 41 centimeters but now all we’re gonna
do is basically the same thing we’re just going to start decreasing on one
side but only decreasing in the rows that has the double crochets so into the
rows that have our slip stitches and single crochets we’re going to leave
those alone and in order to show you guys I made sure that I ended on that
row so that we can do our double crochet decreases together so let’s do that
right now so the last thing that we did was our
slip stitches to single crochet to more slip stitches and now we’re going to do
a chain up of three that’s how we start off all of our double crochet rows we’re
going to flip our work which mine is already flipped and then into these
first two back loops we’re going to be doing a decrease and then everything
else will remain the same so from here we’re going to prepare for a double
crochet into this first back loop that we have we’re going to insert our hook
yarn over pull through into the loop right after that yarn over pull through
and then once we have that we should have four loops on the hook we’re going
to yarn over pull through three yarn over pull through two and that is our
decrease on this side and then from here we’re going to continue the pattern
exactly the same as how we were doing it so put one back loop double crochet
until we get to our Alpine section continue doing the Alpine’s and then
we’re going to once when we get here continue doing our back loop double
crochets and then we’re going to chain up one work our way back with back loop
slip stitches two single crochets two more slip stitches and then when we’re
ready to start up our next double crochet row we are going to be
decreasing again on the same side so I’ll meet you guys back once when we
have worked our way back so that we can decrease together just one more time and
then we’ll go from there we’ve made our way all the way back down
to the beginning of our row and now we’re going to chain up three four by
work and then do another double crochet decrease row so we’re here we’re going
to do a chain up of three that counts as a double crochet we’re going to flip our
work and then into the first two back loops we’re going to be doing another
decrease just like how we did in the previous row so we’re going to prepare
for a double crochet insert your hook in through that first back loop yarn over
pull through and through the next back loop yarn over pull through once we have
that we’re going to yarn over pull through all three yarn over pull through
two and the rest of this is going to be exactly the same go ahead and keep doing
this where we decrease on the same side only in our double crochet rows until
this reaches all the way up to the tip of your shoulder but if it doesn’t reach
the tip of your shoulder we will meet each other back so that we can do a
decrease into the Alpine stitch as well but if yours does fit up until your
shoulder then lucky you go ahead and get started on your next panel so I’ve made
it all the way down with doing our decreases and I no longer have any of
these back loop double crochets to go into as y’all can see it has slowly
tapered up until I’ve reached my Alpine stitch but I’m actually going to keep
decreasing just for a couple more rows to get the perfect length that I want
but we’re gonna have to start decreasing right where the Alpine stitches are so
how we do that is actually we’re going to be decreasing into the single crochet
row that is right before we go into the Alpine stitch row not everyone is going
to need to do this so if you don’t then go ahead and get started on your second
panel and then I’ll meet you guys back to do the decrease portion for that in a
minute but if you guys want to decrease just a little bit more like me then go
ahead and do what I’m doing we have finished up this last row that has made
our way all the way up to the Alpine stitch row as you guys can see this is
our last regular double crochet which is our chain up of three and then we went
all the way down and then we kept this part regular which was back loop slip
stitches all the way until we got to our single crochets that go over the Alpine
stitches and then once when we get there we’re going to keep going until we just
have two loops left on top so we have just a couple more loops left to go into
I’m going to do some regular single crochets into these guys and then these
are the last two loops that we have and we’re just going to go in with a regular
single crochet decrease into those last two loops so we’re gonna insert our hook
into that first one yarn over pull through you can set your hook into that
last loop yarn over pull through and then we should have three loops on the
hook from there we’re going to yarn over pull through all three and that’s how
we’re going to decrease when we meet our Alpine stitch row well once we get here
we’re going to do a chain up of three we’re gonna flip our work and then this
part is going to differ all depending on what row you guys end it on for your
Alpine stitch you guys are just going to eyeball and see it the next double
crochet that you guys have right here as you guys can see – a regular double
crochet so I’m going to start my Alpine stitch into this double crochet but if
yours starts on one of these guys which is the front post double crochet they
you’re gonna start off by putting just a regular double crochet into the loop on
top of that so basically whatever is right next to this chain up of three in
the previous row you’re just going to do the opposite directly on top but let’s
start this off together really quickly I’m gonna prepare for a double crochet
and then go into this first loop with a front post double crochet we’re going to
insert our hook right behind that post yarn over pull through yank up just a
little bit yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two and then from
here everything else is going to be the same keep doing your work all the way
down once you reach the end we’re going to chain up one do rows of back loops
slip stitches and then do regular single crochets until we just have two loops do
a decrease into those two loops on this side and then continue doing that
pattern all the way up until you guys get the length that you guys want so
I’ll meet you guys back to let you guys know the measurement that I have this is
the piece that I have once when I am all finished up with doing our rows of
decrease and from where we ended up here all the way down to where we started I
have a total of twenty-five inches or 64 centimeters and from where we started
all the way up to our blunt point we’re going to need to do another one of these
and then we’re going to decrease again but instead of decreasing where we start
our row we’re going to decrease where we end our row because this is going to be
the v-neck portion so we’re going to need to cut in this way and then also
need it to cut in this way so go ahead and make your blunt section and then
I’ll meet you guys back so that we can decrease together I just so happen to
already have mine done and from here we’re just going to go in with our row
of double crochet rows going all the way down but we’re going to leave the last
three loops so that we can decrease together we just worked all the way down
this double crochet row that we had and we left the last three loops and into
the next two loops we’re going to do a decrease and then do a regular double
crochet into the last loop so let’s just start this off together because
everything else is going to be the same I just wanted to show you guys where to
do it once we get here we’re going to prepare for a double crochet into this
next available loop we’re going to insert pull through insert into the
back loop pull through we should have four loops on our hook we’re gonna yarn
over pull through three yarn over pull through two and that is our decrease and
then we just have one more loop left on our work so we’re going to prepare
insert with a double crochet and that is our first decrease and then we’re just
going to start up the next single crochet row so we’re going to chain up
one and then we’re just going to start off by putting one back loop slip stitch
into every loop going all the way down and this pattern is going to be exactly
the same we’re going to decrease into the last soup that we have right here
and then we’re going to keep going until we have the same length as the other
panel that we have and then once we have that we were going to cut and tie and
start working on the rest this is what we should have once when we are all done
with both of our front panels as you guys can see I’m laying this the way
that we’re gonna wear it we have a nice deep V here and now that we have these
guys I have cut and tied and then I’m also ready to get started on the back
portion so we can put this away and then we’ll get started on that right now to
start the back portion it’s going to be exactly the same as the front panels
just a little bit bigger so we’re going to need to measure from shoulder tip to
shoulder tip to see how wide we need our back portion to be and just let you guys
know I have a total of 16 inches or 40 centimeters so we’re just going to grab
our category-four yarn our same 5 millimeter hook and start off by making
a chain that’s the measurement that we have also making sure that it is
divisible by 3 again now that we have our chain we are going to block off that
last chain so a chain up of 3 that counts as a double crochet and from here
prepare for a double crochet insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off
or the fourth loop from the hook with a double crochet and we’re going to keep
going all the way down our chain putting one double crochet into every loop that
we have I am all finished up with our first row of double crochet and I have
went ahead and put in my stitch markers but I do want to talk to you guys about
this really quickly this is all going to depend on what pattern you guys want taking a look at just one of our stitch
markers I’ve placed into this double crochet row that we just did I have
actually went back and counted and saw how many loops I had on the front panel
that we have and then I went into the double crochet row that we just did and
then counted through and inserted my stitch marker right where the Alpine
stitches would start if you guys want this to be completely even and go ahead
and just count out see whatever you guys have and then insert your stitch markers
into whatever design you guys want to do but I’m doing it this way so that once
when we connect the shoulder portions it’ll look like this Alpine stitch is
just rolling up and over your shoulders so that this all lines up but this is
all up to you guys but now that we have all that said I’m gonna go in with our
row of back loops slip stitches two single crochets and that will be exactly
the same as we did the front portion and so I will not bore you with those
details and so you guys already know how to do that go ahead and do this entire
batch chunk until we have however many rows that we have as the front panel so
I will meet you guys back in a little bit and then we’ll move on from there we
now have the majority of our back piece done and all we need to do now is do a
decrease on both ends of our double crochet rows so that we can have a
little scoop right where our butt is I know that you guys already know how to
decrease but we’re just going to start this off with each other really quickly
so what we’re gonna do is start off by doing a chain up of three that counts as
a double crochet flipping our work and then we’re going to take a look and see
where our next two loops are we’re gonna prepare for a double crochet go into
that next back loop if we can there we go we are going to yarn over pull
through and then into the next back loop yarn over pull through you should have
four loops we’re going to yarn over pull through three yarn over pull through two
and then from here continue doing the same pattern all the way down leaving
the last three loops and then we will be doing a decrease in to the third and
second to last loop and then putting one back loop double crochet into the last
we’re going to keep doing that until we get the link that we want for our little
bootie scoop this is what we should have once we have our little chunk of
decreases all finished you guys could have gone more or less
all depending on the style that you guys want but from where we started doing our
decrease down to where I ended out of a total of five inches or 13 centimeters
on top of the length that I already had for the body portion and the next thing
that we’re going to do now is we’re going to connect the shoulders and then
connect the sides and then we’re going to do the arms now connecting our
shoulder portion we’re just going to need to take a look at a couple things
right before we get started we’re gonna want to one make sure that our work is
flipped inside out so our Alpine stitch for the back will be facing us and an
Alpine stitch that we have for the front panel will be facing the Alpine stitch
for the back so it’s gonna be sandwiched like this so if you take a look this is
the back take a look at this side this is the back as well and the ones we have
now we’re also going to want to make sure that our front panels are forming a
v-neck so making sure that our diagonal points that we have are along the inside
and not where the arm portion is because that is going to remain straight so once
when we have this we can now attach our shoulder portion to the back which is
going to be super simple we’re just gonna go in with a row of single crochet
sandwiching the front and the back panel together we are ready to connect
everything together and this next part is going to be pretty simple we’re just
going to want to make sure that our double crochet is aligned with each
other if you guys did it the same way that I did if you guys didn’t then go
ahead and get yours the way that you guys want it but now that ours is a line
we’re first gonna insert our hook in through the front panel which is right
here and then also in through the back panel we’re going to insert our yarn
pull through and we’re going to chain up one to secure and then from here we’re
just going to be going in with a row of single crochet making sure that we’re
going in through the front and the back panel at the same time so into the next
available loop that we have in the front panel we’re going to insert our hook and
then into the next available loop that we have in the back panel insert our
hook into there and we’re going to single crochet let’s do this just one
more time together into the next available loop in the front panel right
here and also into the next available loop let’s make this nicer like that
okay and then into the next available loop that we have in the back panel this
right here single crochet and from here we’re gonna
keep doing this all the way down until we don’t have any more front panel to go
into we’re gonna cut and tie once we get there and then do the same thing that we
have on the other side we are back and you guys have just finished connecting
the shoulder portions together and I have just finished doing one entire side
so our sleeve and all and we are about to do that right now but before we do
that we’re going to need to go along this side with a row of single crochet
going into each side double crochet and into each slip stitch row that we have
going all the way down we’re ready to start going in with our row of single
crochet along the entirety of the border that we have and that’s going to be
pretty simple the first thing we’re gonna do is insert our hook in through
this corner loop insert our yarn onto our hook and chain up one to secure and
the ones we have that the first loop that we have is our side double crochet
and you already know the deal we’re gonna be going in with one single
crochet into our side double and then two single crochet into our side doubles
so two single crochet into each side double crochet loop that we have but
also we’re going to be going into this side slip stitch row that we have as
well and there’s not going to be any pretty loops for us to go into sore just
gonna have to pick one and just put one single crochet in where this side slip
stitch row is and now that we have these three single crochet we’re back at our
side double so we’re going to do the next bit together as well so here’s one
single crochet into the side double and here is two single crochet into the side
double and we’re back at our slip stitch row insert with one single crochet now
we’re going to keep doing this all the way around the entirety of this border
that we have including our bootie scoop that we have where we did our decreases
and once we get to the end we are going to cut and tie and then we’re going to
connect everything together from there we’ve just finished up going in with our
row of single crochet along the entirety of our piece that we have going all the
way through the front up and over the shoulder through the back
now what we’re gonna do is try this on and figure out where we want to insert
our arm holes and I have went ahead and already inserted my stitch markers and
just to let you guys know I do want my arm holes to be just a little bit
smaller I want this to be a fitted sleeve so from the bottom of where I
have my blunt portion not counting the booty scoop from who the bottom of my
front portion all the way up to where I have my stitch marker I have a total of
24 inches or 61 centimeters or if you guys want to go from the shoulder coming
down then I have a total of 8 inches or 20 centimeters but once when we have
that we’re going to now flip our work inside out so that our seam can be on
the inside and then we’re going to go in with a row of single crochet connecting
the front panel and the back panel together we have flipped our work inside
out and now we’re going to go on to the row of single crochet and in order to do
this I’m gonna start where I have my stitch markers because obviously the
front and the back portion are uneven so once when we get here we’re going to
insert our hook in through each loop that we have our stitch markers in so
once in through the front panel take this stitch marker out and the ones
through the back panel take this stitch marker out and as far it’s going to be
super simple we’re going to insert our yarn onto our hook and have it stay
there let’s try this again there we go we’re gonna pull through and
then we’re gonna chain up one to secure and then once we have that we’re gonna
be going in with a row of single crochet going in through the front panel and the
back panel at the same time making sure that everything is secure so let’s just
do the first one together because I know that you guys already have this but into
this first available loop we’re going to insert our hook in through the front
panel and then into the next available loop that we have in the back panel
insert from here we’re going to yarn over pull through yarn over pull through
two and that is our single crochet we’re gonna keep doing this all the way down
making sure that we’re going in through the front and the back panel at the same
time until we reach the end of our front panel then we’re gonna chain up one and
cut and then we can start working on the sleeve we’ve just got done seaming up our size
as you guys can see it’s going to be along the inside right here and we have
left and armhole for ourselves and the first thing that we’re going to do is go
into the row of double crochet for our armhole so how that’s going to work is
we’re going to take a look at this bottom section right here obviously this
line that you guys see is our seam that we have along the inside the first thing
that we’re gonna do is insert our hook in through the loop that we have on one
side of the seam and then we’re going to do a decrease so we’re going to attach
this loop over to this loop and then we’re going to cinch this in so that
there is no hole right here and then from there we’re gonna go all the way
around with a row of double crochet so we’re first gonna insert our hook and
through the loop that we have on this side insert our yarn through our hook
we’re going to pull this through and then before we do anything else we’re
going to take a look at the loop that we have on the other side of our seam
insert our hook in through there as well once we have that we’re gonna yarn over
pull through everything and now this is all cinched up and then from here we’re
just going to do a chain up of three because that always counts as a double
crochet chain up one two three and then into the next available loop that we
have we’re gonna go in with a double crochet so prepare for a double crochet
into this next available loop we’re gonna go in with one double crochet
prepare for another double crochet go into the next
with another double crochet and keep doing this all the way around once we
make it to the end we’re going to connect into this chain 3 with a slip
stitch and then we’re going to be going in with a row of back loops slip
stitches but we’re going to be going back the same way that we just came so
that we can maintain the ribbing that we have along the side portion of the
cardigan so I’ll meet you guys back once when we’re done with this row we’ve made
it all the way around with our row of double crochet and like I said we’re
going to slip stitch into this chain three that we did to start off this row
so all that is is counting up one two three loops inserting your hook into
that third with a slip stitch so we’re gonna yarn over and just pull through
everything once we have that we’re going to do a chain up of one we’re going to
flip our work and then we’re gonna go in with a row of back loops slip stitches
so that we can have some ribbing along the sleeves as well so I’m just gonna do
the first two with you guys into this first back loop we’re going to insert
our hook yarn over pull through everything that is one slip stitch and
the next one is into the next back loop yarn over pull through everything and
that’s basically gonna be the pattern all the way up until we get to our elbow
because from there we’re gonna start tapering it in just a little bit but
once we make it all the way around our back loop slip stitches we’re going to
chain up three work the way that we just came with a row of back loop double
crochets one so we finished that chain up one back loop slip stitches working
the way that we just came and keep going back and forth like that until we get
the length that we need and then I’ll meet you guys back to show you guys the
length and also where to decrease as well we now have a majority of our
sleeve all done from the shoulder going all the way down to where I ended I have
a total of seven and a half inches or 19 centimeters but once when we have made
our way to this point we should be right where our elbow is and then we’re just
gonna add a couple more inches to that while we do some decreases so that this
can taper in towards our arm right before we start to do the cuff so in
order to get started on the next row we are going to do some decreases and this
is going to depend all on this type of sleeve that you want but what I’m gonna
do is do a Chane above three that counts as a
double crochet we’re going to flip our work because that’s what we’ve been
doing once we have that I’m going to be doing a double crochet into the next 12
loops and this chain up of three counts as one so we’re going to prepare for
another double crochet insert into this next loop with just one double crochet
and that counts as two and we’re going to keep going until we have 12 and then
into the 13th and the 14th loop we are going to be doing a decrease we’ve just
got in with putting one double crochet into the next 12 back loops that we have
and what we’re going to do from here is do a back loop double crochet decrease
so into the 13th and the 14th loop we’re going to do a decrease we’re going to
prepare for a double crochet insert our hook into that thirteenth loop we’re
going to yarn over pull through once we have that we’re going to insert our hook
in through the next loop yarn over pull through we should have four loops on our
hook making sure that we’re going in through the back loops for both we’re
gonna yarn over pull through three yarn over pull through two and that is
basically it we’re going to continue this pattern all the way around and once
we make it to the end we’re going to connect with a slip stitch and then
we’re going to slip stitch up one and then we’re going to flip our work and
remain doing the back loop slip stitches all the way around just putting one into
every loop we are not going to be doing an increase or a decrease into those
rows we’re only going to be doing a decrease into all the double crochet
rows that we have and my pattern will stay the same no matter what and we’re
gonna keep doing this until we have a couple inches that goes past our elbow
and yeah once when we have that I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do the
cuff together and also so I can tell you guys the measurement that I have for
this decrease section I have just finished up doing my little chunk of
decrease rows and from where I started all the way down to where I ended I have
a total of three inches or about eight centimeters and then once we get here I
am ready to start working on my cuff but these are three-quarter length sleeves
if you guys want this to be longer then go ahead and continue on with your
sleeve for as long as you guys want but since we are ready to start on the cup
let’s start off by measuring out and seeing how long we want
tough to actually be I want my cuff to be about two and a half inches or six
centimeters so from where we ended we’re just going to start off by making a
chain that comes out to whatever length we want our cuff to actually be once we
have our chain what we’re going to do is block off that last chain that we just
did we’re going to start off by doing a chain up of one then we’re going to
insert our hook into that chain that we blocked off or the second chain from our
hook with a slip stitch so we’re gonna insert yarn over pull through everything
on the hook and then from there we’re just gonna go down our chain put in one
slip stitch into every loop and then once we get to the base we’re going to
be doing a slip stitch into the back loops to maintain just one more row of
this ribbing that we have right here but I’ll show you guys how to do that once
we make our way all the way down our chain we just finished up doing our slip
stitches going down the chain that we just made and now that we are at the
base we are going to be doing a row of back loop slip stitches so in order to
do that what we’re going to do is insert our hook into the next available back
loop that we have insert our hook and we’re going to yarn over pull through
everything on the hook and that is how we close off this first row of slip
stitches and in order to work our way up to the next row we’re going to do the
same thing so into this next back loop we’re going to insert our hook yarn over
pull through everything with a slip stitch from there we are going to flip
our work and then we’re going to insert our hook into that next available loop
that we have with a slip stitch making sure that we’re going in through the
back loops because we are going to have some ridging for the cuff as well so
we’re going to insert it into this back loop yarn over pull through everything
and we’re gonna do this one more time just to show you guys into this next
back loop yarn over pull through everything we’re gonna keep doing this
all the way down once we make it to the end we are going to chain up one to flip
our work and then go back down with back loop slip stitches and then once we make
it to the base don’t forget we are going to be attaching into this next loop that
we have making sure that we’re going in through the back loop and keep doing
that all the way around until we don’t have any more loops to go into into this
cuff and then we will connect the two sides
that we have together we now all finished up with our cuff and as you
guys can see there’s no loops left for us to go into so now all we’re gonna do
is connect the first flap to the second flap that we have of our cuff with a row
of single crochet just like how we have connected the sides so we’re just going
to do the first one together because it’s super easy but all we’re gonna do
is insert our hook making sure that it’s going in through both corners and you
guys can adjust this however you guys need to so that it’s easier for you guys
to go into and once we have that we’re gonna make sure that our sleeve is
flipped inside out so that our seam is on the inside same side that our side
seams are on once when we have made sure of that we’re going to insert our hook
into the first available loop that we have in the front panel and then into
this next available loop that we have in the second panel and single crochet and
that’s basically it we’re gonna keep doing this all the way down once we make
it to the end we are going to cut and tie we have just finished up doing one
entire sleeve together and as you guys already know I’ve already went ahead and
done my other sleeve so at this point go ahead and start off your next one and
then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do the bottom and then these side
borders as well now we are all done with the sleeves and the next thing we’re
gonna have to do is go in with our bottom border and for this next part
we’re gonna want to figure out how long we want our bottom border to be I
already measured mine out and I’m gonna want to make a chain from the corner of
two inches or 5 centimeters so we’ll start this off together we’re gonna
insert our hook into this corner loop insert our yarn onto our hook we’re
gonna pull through and start off by making a chain of whatever measurement
we have we just finished up going in with our
chain and what we’re gonna do next is going to the row of half doubles into
every loop that we have in our chain so all we’re gonna do is block off that
last chain that we made you’re gonna start up by doing a chain
up of two that counts as a half double we’re going to prepare for a half double
then we’re going to insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off or the
third loop from our hook you’re gonna yarn over pull through yarn
over pull through all three and that is our first half double and now that we
have this first one we’re gonna do the next one together so we’re going to
prepare for a half double and insert our hook into this next loop that we have in
our chain we’re gonna yarn over pull through we should have three loops on
the hook yarn over pull through all three loops and that is our half double
and from there we’re just gonna go down putting one half double into every loop
that we have in our chain once when we have done our half double crochet into
every loop going back down our chain what we’re going to do is take a look at
our base and we’re going to count up the next to available loops so this is one
and here’s two we’re going to insert our hook into that second loop with a slip
stitch so we’re gonna insert yarn over pull through all the loops that’s on the
hook and that’s how we close off this first row once when we have attached our
half double crochet row we’re gonna be going in with a row of back loops slip
stitches pretty much exactly the same as we did the body but instead of going in
with double we have a row of half double so we’re just going to really quickly
run through this cuz this is pretty easy put into the next available loop we’re
just going to be going in with one slip stitch
we’re gonna flip our work and from here we’re going to go in with a slip stitch
going into the back loop so here is one slip stitch and continue to do this all
the way down once we make it to the end we’re going to do a chain up of two that
counts as a half double crochet I will actually show you guys since we’re
basically there it’s one and my last loop right here once we’ve made it to
the end we’re going to a chain above two that counts as a half double
flip our work prepare for a half double and then into this next available back
loop go in with a back loop half double and continue to do this all the way down
once we make it to the end we are going to count up two loops into the base slip
stitch into that second loop to close off this half double row and then in
order to work our way up to the next row which is back loop slip stitches we’re
going to just slip stitch up one loop and we’re going to continue doing this
going all the way down past this portion that we have right here where our front
and back panels me we’re gonna meet back where we meet our booty scoop we have
made it all the way down we made it past our juncture we kept everything all the
same up until we got to this corner piece and then once when we get here
we’re going to need to curve our work so we’re gonna do a little increase right
here so that our work can start to curve and then we can go straight down this
way so once when we get here we are into our last loop as you guys can see going
from our back all the way down to where we ended it is all straight and then
once we get here we’re going to do some rows of back loop I guess
increases like I said but by increases I mean it’s gonna start off with double
half double single and we’re going to keep doing that getting smaller until we
get into the loop that we have that’s in our back piece now to do this little
increase section together this is going to be different for everyone depending
on whether if you guys end on the outside like me or along the inside the
pattern is gonna be the same but if you guys end on the inside your guys are
gonna start with single two half double to double or if you guys start from the
outside like me we’re gonna go from double to half double to single so from
here I’m just going to start off with a chain up of three because that counts as
a double crochet I’m going to flip my work and we are going to still be
working into the back loops but we’re just going to be going in with doubles
to half double to single and we’re eyeballing it because this is going to
be different for everyone so I’m just going to do a couple back loop double
crochets so there’s one there is two and now I’m going to switch
over to doing half doubles so here’s a couple half doubles going into the back
loops still and then we just have a couple loops left so I’m just going to
be going into those back loops with some singles there’s one there’s two and we
will have the same amount of loops that we had before it’s not an actual
increase it’s just to make our work bigger on one side okay I have the same
amount and once when we get here we’re going to be inserting our hook into the
same loop into the back piece that we are currently in we don’t want to work
into the base because then that’ll expand it in a different way so I’m just
going to insert my hook into that same loop pull through and then once we have
that we’re going to flip our work we’re not going to slip stitch up any other
loops we’re just gonna automatically flip our work then we’re gonna go in
with a row of back loops slip stitches and this part is going to be exactly the
same because we want to maintain this pattern so just do your back loop slip
stitches all the way down until you don’t have any more loops to go into and
the ones when you get to the end we’re going to do the same thing that we did
here so I’m starting off with a chain up of three that counts as a double crochet
and I’m going to be going in with just a couple double a couple half double in a
couple single making sure that we’re going in through the back loops we now
have two rows of our increase rows here’s the first one here’s the second
we slip stitched into that corner loop we are going to flip our work and go in
with back loop slip stitches and we’re actually going to keep doing this until
we have the curve that we want so that we can start working on this portion a
little bit more smoothly so I’m just gonna go in with doing a couple more and
then I’ll meet you guys back so I can tell you guys what I have and also how
to do the rest okie-dokie so we are all back and I have
finished up doing our increase rows and just to let you guys know this is going
to be different for everyone so please keep that in mind but I have a total of
one two three and four of these increase rows and then just to take a look at it
once when I have my last row if I want to insert it into this next loop which
what I which is what I will be doing but if we just want to put our hook right
there you can see that our work is curving in quite nicely so I’m just
about done you guys can have more or less whatever you guys need but like I
said I’m finished up so once when I get into my last loop into this last
increase row I’m going to insert my hook into that next available loop because I
tested it out everything’s looking good we’re going to insert in there with a
slip stitch just like how we normally would and then from here we’re going to
slip stitch into that next available loop flip our work and then go in with
back loop slip stitches and then keep everything else the same which is back
loop slip stitches to back loop half double going all the way down once we
reach this corner but on the other side we’re going to do the same thing that
what you have here but over there and then just keep doing the rest until we
are all done with this bottom border then I’ll meet you guys back so that we
can do the sides we’re now all finished up with doing our bottom border and now
all we’re gonna do is do just a couple more ribbing rows along the side for a
little side panel and also that’s gonna be there so that we can insert our
buttons as you guys can see I have already marked off where I need my slits
and my buttons to be but if you guys are going to skip the buttons because they
are optional then you guys don’t need to worry about it just follow the first few
rows and you guys and just have at it but I’ll show you guys how to at least
start it off right now so it’s starting off the side border it’s actually going
to be pretty simple we’re just gonna insert our hook into this corner we’re
gonna insert our yarn onto our hook pull through and this is just gonna be rows
of single crochet for this first row so into this first available loop we’re
going to going in with just one single crochet
into every loop pretty self-explanatory but we’re gonna keep doing this pretty
much all the way around but we will stick with each other for just a second
because we will be meeting up with our side double crochets in a second just we
can do that together as a quick refresher almost there are we there yet yeah looks like it we do have one single
crochet row right here so we’re just going to go into there with one single
crochet like usual and now you’re finally at our side double crochet so
we’re gonna keep doing this regularly so you guys already know the deal putting
one single crochet and then from here putting another single crochet into our
side double like we always do and then we’re also going to be going into our
slip stitch row just like how we did before so we’re just going to take a
look at this ribbing depending on what side you guys are looking at it from
inserting your hook putting one single crochet in for that one row and there we
go and then from here we’re just going to continue doing this pattern all the
way up until we meet this section where we started doing art and decreases and
then from there we’re actually going to do an increase into this last row so
that this v-neck portion can be a little bit more blunt but until we get there go
ahead and keep doing this and I’ll meet you guys back we’ve just single crochet
it all their way down until we got to our first decrease section so right
where the v-neck is supposed to meet each other and what we’re gonna do from
here is go into that slip stitch row that’s right in between this I guess
basic row of double crochet and our row where we first have our decrease into
the slip stitch row right here we’re going to be going in with an increase of
three so we’re going to have to find a loop in here and then we’re going to be
putting three single crochets into this so that this corner can be a little bit
more crispy so we have already done our two single crochet into the side double
we’re going to find a loop right where this row of slip
stitches is we’re gonna go in we’re one into the same loop two into that same
loop one more time and three single crochet and then once when we do the
next row you’ll see that this can have a really sharp curve well once we have
that we’re gonna insert our hook into this next side double and go in with two
single just like how we’ve been doing and we’re gonna do this all the way
around including right where our front panel meets our back panel this is going
to be a smooth corner so just keep going all the way around and then do another
increase one so he gets the other v-neck portion or I guess the other corner and
then do this all the way down first row of single crochet for our side border
checked off and the next thing we’re gonna do is go in with another row of
single crochet but this is gonna be back loop single crochets and if you guys are
not inserting buttons you guys can just continue to do rows of back loop single
crochets and see you guys get the side panel that you guys want but I’m gonna
do just one more row of this and then we will start adding our buttons and then
our slips for the buttons as well so to get this next row started all we’re
going to do is do a chain up of one flip our work and then really simply into
this next available back loop just gonna go in with a single crochet and we are
going to do this all the way down including where we did our increase in
the previous row right where the v-neck starts to form we’re gonna do another
back loop increase into there so right where we meet our increase there we’re
going to count to that second loop and then we’re going to do three single
crochets into that second loop so that our v-neck can still form and then we’re
gonna continue to do that all the way down and I’ll meet you guys back so that
we can talk about doing the buttons and the slips now right before we get
started on inserting the buttons I’m showing you guys these are the buttons
that I am using I will try my best to find these or link something very
similar in the description if you guys do want to use these buttons but I will
warn you guys I don’t know if these are still going to be in stock because I
probably had these in my sewing kit for ten years if not more but the only thing
that you guys are gonna want to look out for if you guys are new to buttoning
like I am take a look at the back and the back of my buttons are basically
just a loop and these are much easier to sew in whereas if you get the little
circle buttons with the four holes you gotta let go on all the holes and you
got to make it pretty which it’s possible but I don’t have time for that
right now so I’m going with these and yep if you guys have any questions about
this please leave a comment down below we can figure things out together
but yeah I’ll try to have these for you guys in the link or in the description
and then we’ll go from there and then also before we get started let
me know if you guys are getting some sailor vibes from the color of the
cardigan plus these buttons and sailor or army vibes cuz that’s what I’m
getting but maybe it’s just because I’m watching one piece and that’s an anime
about pirates in the Navy but either way I’ll meet you guys back we’ve just made
our way around with our second row of back loop single crochets and now we’re
just gonna talk about our button placement and then also the slits that
we’re gonna leave for ourselves as well and I have already measured out evenly
on both sides to see where I wanted both of those to be so for mine this first
button that I have right here it’s right underneath where we first did our
decreases so at the base of our v-neck and this from the bottom all the way up
until where I have my stitch marker is a total of 19 inches or 48 centimeters the
one that I have right underneath that is a total of 5 inches or 13 centimeters
down and from the bottom all the way up to this button our second one is a total
of 14 inches or 36 centimeters from here I measure down another 5 inches or 13
centimeters and from the bottom all the way up to here it’s a total of 9 inches
or 23 centimeters and then I just have one more button left and I wanted this
to be pretty close to the base so from our third we measured about 5 inches or
13 centimeters down and we have our fourth button which is 4 inches up or 10
centimeters and now that we have that we’re going to want to figure out what
side we want our slits and what side we want our buttons
to be and I actually want my buttons to be on the side that I’m currently
working on whatever side you want your buttons to be on we aren’t gonna do
anything on that side so all we’re gonna do is just go up or down whichever way
you’re going with a row of back loop single crochets we’re gonna go all the
way around until we reach our first stitch marker that we have so that we
can make our slits for our buttons we’ve just worked our way all the way down
with our next row of back loops single crochets and I am at the stitch marker
where I want to start inserting my slit so this is gonna be different for
everyone we’re all going to want to measure out our buttons and see the
length that we have for it I have a total of a half an inch or one
centimeter so all I’m gonna do from here is just make a chain from where I ended
and then I’m going to make a chain that fits this button length and then I’m
going to skip however many chains I just did and then insert it into that next
loop with a single crochet so a quick run-through of what I just said I’m at
my stitch marker and I have put my button up to where I want it and I have
about a half an inch or an inch so I’m gonna make a chain that comes out to
that here’s chain 1 and 2 for mine yours may be more or less than once when you
get here I’m going to count out the same amount of change that I just made into
this section right here I have one two and then into that next loop we’re gonna
go in with another back loop single crochet and then once we have that we
can insert our buttons see if it works just like that there we go
it popped right through so mine is all good I’m going to continue to do this
all the way down because all my buttons are the same size and then I’m gonna do
just a couple more rows of this back loop single crochet until I get the
desired side panel that I want and then that’s basically it we’re not gonna do
any more slits once we make our way back we’re
just going to go over the slits with more back loop single crochets I’ll meet
you guys back once we have this border all finished up you just finished up
doing our rows of our back loop single crochets for our side
order and as you guys can see I’ve also went in and inserted three of my buttons
we’re going to do the fourth one together but they’re going to be the
same for all of them so don’t worry but once when we get here we’re going to
want to grab our button and then we’re going to take whatever yarn color that
we use for the body portion of this and then all we’re gonna do is just weave it
in through the little loop that we have behind our button and from here we’re
just going to eyeball and see where we want to insert our button into this
middle row that we have but it doesn’t matter if you guys have an even or an
autumn out it just needs to be into one of the middle rows and then I’m just
going to insert my tapestry needle in through one of these loops so I’m gonna
take my yarn insert that onto the back of my tapestry needle and we’re gonna
want to make sure that this is as even as possible as the loop that we made for
ourselves on the other side so I’m just going to follow this one along insert my
hook in through that one loop I’m gonna take the other side and then go on the
other side of the single crochet that we just went into so that once when it
reaches the other side we have a post that we can tie our knot against so
we’re going to take our tapestry needle off this is what the back half looks
like pretty simple and then from here I’m just going to do a simple double
knot but I’m gonna make sure that it’s really tight so that our button doesn’t
flop around we have just finished up doing all of our buttons and we are so
close to being done the last thing that we have to do is just add in a pocket so
all we’re gonna do is figure out the length that we want our pocket to be I
want mine to be able to fit my phone so I’m gonna start off by making a chain of
5 inches or 13 centimeters now that I have my chain what I’m gonna do next is
block off that last chain that we just did do a chain up of 3 that counts as a
double crochet we’re going to prepare for a double crochet and then we’re
going to insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off or the fourth loop
from our hook with a double crochet and we’re going to keep going all the way
down putting one double crochet into every loop that we have going back
down our chain and once we make it to the end we’re going to chain up one flip
our work and then do back loops slip stitches but we’ll meet each other back
so that we can do that together now that we’ve made our way all the way down with
our first row of double crochet like I said we’re going to do a chain up of one
flip our work and then go into every back loop that we have with a slip
stitch just like how we did the ribbing portion of the body section so we’re
gonna insert our hook into that first back loop yarn over pull through
everything we’re gonna keep doing this all the way down once we make it to the
end chain up three flip our work and then do back loop double crochets until
we make it all the way back to this end and we’re gonna keep alternating like
that between back loop double and back loop slip stitches all the way up until
we get to the length that we want for our pocket – about a half an inch
because we’re gonna have a tiny little trim I now have the majority of the size
of the pocket that I want and from here I’m just gonna do a couple more rows of
back loops slip stitches just along the top to give us just a little bit of a
trim just like how we have right here pretty much all the same just have that
little guy at the top so all that is is once when we get to the end we’re gonna
do a chain up of one I’ve already done that then into this first available back
loop insert pull through with a slip stitch I’m just gonna go until this
little chunk that I have is about a half an inch and I’m going to chain up one
and not cut because then we’re going to take that working yarn that we have and
then we’re gonna weave it in through the front panel that we have we now have our
little trim that we want once we have that we’re going to do a chain up with
one flip our work and then just along each of the sides that we have are just
gonna be going in with a row of single crochet so that it’s easier for us to
weave this into the cardigan leader so all this is is just going in putting a
single crochet into however many loops we have right here for the trim that we
made for ourselves and then once we make it over to our first set of side double
crochets we’re going to be going in with two single just like that and we’re
going to keep doing this all the way down once we make it to the bottom
corner and chain up one and cut and then do the same thing on the other side you
just finished up doing the single crochets along the sides of our pocket
next thing we’re gonna do is just go in with our tapestry needle or your hook
whatever you guys have but we’re just gonna go in making sure that our lines
that we have right here are ribbing aligns up with the ribbing that we have
on the cardigan and then that’s basically it I’m just gonna show you
guys how to start this off but it’s basically just all the same going all
the way around we’re just gonna want to align our pocket wherever we want it to
be we’re gonna insert our hook in through the cardigan starting off where
the ribbing is then we’re gonna insert our hook then we’re gonna insert our
yarn also through the corner piece that we have in the pocket and that is
basically it we’re just gonna insert our needle not our hook in through this next
loop and the only tip that I have is that we are going to be going into these
double crochets as well so just try to make sure that we’re going into this
same double crochet column all the way down otherwise your pocket could curve
in or curved out depending on which way you go so since I’m currently into which
one of my into this one I’m gonna insert my needle in through there and just keep
doing that all the way down all the way through the bottom and then up this side
as well then once we have this done we’re going to cut make sure everything
is nice and secure and then do the same thing for the other pocket this is what
we should have once when we are all finished up with weaving in both of our
pockets and we are done with this cardigan so go ahead and just weave in
all of your ends and you’re done you guys have no idea how excited I am for
this cardigan this has turned out even greater than I thought it would and
there’s pockets there’s buttons there’s so many new elements into this and I am
just in awe with how amazing this turned out and I could not have done it by
myself my husband helped out a lot with his design so huge shout out to him and
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