Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern - The Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern is a beginner level cardigan pattern. It's made as almost one piece and has very little sewing. I will have a video tutorial to help every step of the way!
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Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern CAL – Part 2

July 12, 2021

Welcome back to the Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern! This week we are going to finish up the body of the cardigan and make the armholes.

Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern - The Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern is a beginner level cardigan pattern. It's made as almost one piece and has very little sewing. I will have a video tutorial to help every step of the way!

Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern - The Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern is a beginner level cardigan pattern. It's made as almost one piece and has very little sewing. I will have a video tutorial to help every step of the way!

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Catalina Cardigan Crochet Pattern CAL Part 2

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CATALINA CARDIGAN CROCHET PATTERN – Part 2

Watch the full video tutorial for Part 2 below

Section A is made in the next rows. You will only work partly across the row, then turn.

Section A (optional: place a stitch marker at the beginning of this row to mark as row 1)

Row 1: ch 2, turn, V St in the next (11, 13, 14) (16, 17, 19) ch-1 spaces, hdc in next hdc (this will be the first “leg” of the next V St) ((11, 13, 14) (16, 17, 19) V St)

Row 2: ch 2, turn, V St in each ch-1 space across, hdc in turning ch ((11, 13, 14) (16, 17, 19) V St)

Row 3 – (18, 19, 20) (21, 22, 23): repeat row 2

The height of section A is the size of your armhole. Add or take out rows as needed.

Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.

Section B (optional: place a stitch marker at the beginning of this row to mark as row 1)

With section A on the right, join yarn to the hdc right next to the last stitch from Section A: Row 1.

Row 1: ch 2, V St in the next (26, 28, 32) (34, 38, 40) ch-1 spaces, hdc in next hdc (this will be the first “leg” of the next V St) ((26, 28, 32) (34, 38, 40) V St)

Row 2: ch 2, turn, V St in each ch-1 space across, hdc in turning ch ((26, 28, 32) (34, 38, 40) V St)

Row 3 – (18, 19, 20) (21, 22, 23): repeat row 2 ((26, 28, 32) (34, 38, 40) V St)

Or until it’s the same length as Section A

Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.

Section C (optional: place a stitch marker at the beginning of this row to mark as row 1)

With section A & B on the right, join yarn to the hdc right next to the last stitch from Section B: Row 1.

Row 1: ch 2, V St in the remaining ch-1 spaces, hdc in turning ch ((11, 13, 14) (16, 17, 19) V St)

Row 2: ch 2, turn, V St in each ch-1 space across, hdc in turning ch ((11, 13, 14) (16, 17, 19) V St)

Row 3 – (18, 19, 20) (21, 22, 23): repeat row 2

Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.

Fold sections A & C towards the middle (section B). Line up the edges across the top with stitch markers. Use the long ends and a yarn needle to whip stitch the shoulders closed.

And that’s it for Part 2! I’ll see you here next week for Part 3!

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  1. Hello Dear! I got part 1 & 2 Catalina cardigan but I can’t find next parts. Please let me help to find them.
    Crochet hugs!

  2. I am not receiving the link to video Part 2. All I see is a gray rectangle image with C | B | A inside of it. Do you post this video on youtube? Thank you.

  3. Hi Breann , I love your tutorials made 7 sweaters last year during covid from your tutorials . I’m not great on figuring how much yarn to purchase ( skiens ) for pattern sizes . I don’t know what gauge means . I don’t read patterns I just watch your tutorials. Don’t want to come up short on a pattern or buy to much extra yarn . If you could explain how many skiens such as yardage I can then get the right amount . I must tell you ,,, you were a life saved for me last year Thank you , sincerely Lu

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