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Crochet Jupiter Cardigan Pattern + Video


Hi everyone! The Jupiter Cardigan is finally ready! This cardigan uses lace stitches with mostly treble crochet stitches so it works up pretty fast!


I had so much of Lion Brand's Pound of Love (with so many colors and so much yardage) from the Desert Sunset Cardigan (with Granny Squares). This one was actually from the blanket I made recently.




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Jupiter Cardigan A crochet pattern by Phanessa Fong

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GAUGE | In Pattern

4” = 2 repeats/12sts | 4 rows


YARN

Quartz 1,050 Yards (Large)

See (Chart for yardage)


HOOKS | Tulip Etimo

US J/6mm


OTHER MATERIALS


SKILL LEVEL – Beginner


ABBREVIATIONS

ch – Chain

st(s) – Stitch(es)

sl st – Slip Stitch

ea – Each

sc – Single Crochet

dc – Double Crochet

tr – Treble Crochet

sp – Space

sk – Skip

rep – Repeat

rem – Remaining

rs/ws – Right/Wrong Side NOTES – Pattern is written in US terms. Read through the pattern, study the charts, and circle the size you’re making prior to starting.


Refer to Craft Yarn Council’s standard sizing chart for actual body measurements. Please note that the final cardigan includes positive ease.


SCHEMATICS/CHARTS

(with positive ease)

XS (S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)





INSTRUCTIONS (Full Video Tutorial)

Sizes XS (S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X)



HEM


Foundation: Using the fdc method, work 61 (67, 73, 79, 85, 91, 97, 103, 109) fdc sts. Turn.

Note: This is the width of your back. Adjust width in multiples of 6 + 1 (1”).


Rows 2 -3: ch3 (counts as dc or use the chainless double crochet method), 1dc in ea st across. Turn.

Adjustments: The width of the hem is 2”. Crochet more rows for a wider hem.


Row 1 (ws): ch5 (counts as 1tr + 1ch), 1tr in the same st, *ch3, sk2, 1sc, ch3, sk 2**, [1tr, ch2, 1tr] in the next st. Rep from * ending your last rep at **. End with [1tr, ch1, 1tr] in the last st.


Row 2: ch5 (counts as 1tr + ch1), 2tr sts in the same st, ch1, *[2tr, ch1, 2tr] in next ch2 sp, ch1. Rep from * in every ch2 sp. End with [2tr, ch1, 1tr] in 4th ch of the 5ch turning ch1.


Alternatively, you can work the last set of sts into the space instead of the 4th ch.


Row 3: ch5 (counts as 1tr + 1ch), 1tr in the same st, *ch3, 1sc in the next ch1 sp, ch3**, [1tr, ch2, 1tr] in the next ch1 sp. Rep from * ending your last rep at **. End with [1tr, ch1, 1tr] in 4th ch of the 5ch turning ch1.

Rep rows 2 – 3 for a total of 20 (24, 24, 26, 26, 28, 28, 30, 30) rows or until it measures approx. 24 (29, 29, 31, 31, 33, 33, 35, 35)” ending on row 2. Note: this does not include the rows on the hem.


Note: Adjust the length by increasing or decreasing the number of rows you repeat.


FRONT PANEL | Make 2 (Go to Schematics/Charts)

Rep back instructions starting with 22 (25, 31, 31, 37, 37, 42, 43, 49) fdc sts. Do not fasten off.


Note: Block the back and front panels before joining if desired.


JOINING PANELS TO BACK (Full Video Tutorial)

Place front panel flat on ground with same sides up.



Shoulder Row: ch4, sl st to the sp or 4th ch in the corner of back piece, 1tr into the same st on front piece, *ch3, 1sc in next ch1 sp, ch3**, [1tr, ch1, sl st in the ch1 sp on the back between the sets of 2 tr sts, 1 tr] in the next ch1 sp. Rep from * ending your last rep (end of front panel) on**. In the 4th ch from turning ch, you will work 1tr, sl st to the back ch1 sp, 1 tr in the same 4th ch, sl st to the next tr on the back piece. Fasten off.





Repeat Front Panel Instructions for the other side.


Note: If you need to start from the inside, it’ll look like this:


Place a marker approx. 5 (6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 9) inches from shoulders to mark the armhole size. Adjust as desired making sure you place the markers on the same place on both armholes.



SIDE SEAMS | Wrong side out

Fasten on at the bottom corner and work sl sts up to the stitch marker. Do not fasten off.


SLEEVES | Right side out

Setup Round: ch1, work sc sts evenly around the armhole in multiples of 6. Join with a sl st to the first sc.


Round 1: Ch6 (counts as 1tr & 2 chs), 1tr in the same st. *ch3, sk2, 1sc, ch3, sk 2**, [1tr, ch2, 1tr] in the next st. Rep from * ending your last rep at **. Join with a sl st to the 4th ch from the be ch 6.

Note: You can turn at the end of every round to keep the fabric consistent with the body that was worked in rows.


Round 2: sl st to the ch2 sp, ch4 (counts as 1tr), [1tr, ch1, 2tr] in the same ch2 sp, ch1, *[2tr, ch1, 2tr] in next ch2 sp, ch1. Rep from * in every ch2 sp. Join with a sl st to the 4th ch from the beg ch4.

Round 3: sl st over to the next ch1 sp, ch6 (counts as 1tr & 2 chs), 1tr in the same sp. *ch3, 1sc in next ch1 sp, ch3**, [1tr, ch2, 1tr] in the next ch1 sp. Rep from * ending your last rep at **. Join with a sl st to the 4th ch from the be ch 6.


Rep rounds 2 – 3 for a total of 12 (12, 12, 12, 14, 14, 14, 14, 14) rounds or until desired length.


Note: this does not include the rows on the cuff, which is approx. 2.5”.

CUFF

If you do not want to decrease in the cuffs, just work dc sts in every st (including all ch sp). Work rounds 2-3 without the “dc2tog” sts, working 1dc in every st around. You may also decrease hook size for tighter stitches.


Round 1: ch3 (counts as dc or use the chainless double crochet method), 1dc in ea st skipping all the ch sts. Join with a sl st to the 3rd ch from the beg ch3.


Round 2: ch3 (counts as dc or use the chainless double crochet method), 1dc in each of the next 2 sts, dc2tog, *1dc in ea of the next 3 sts, dc2tog. Rep from * around. dc in any rem sts. Join with a sl st to the 3rd ch from the beg ch3.


Round 3: ch3 (counts as dc or use the chainless double crochet method), 1dc in next st, dc2tog *1dc in ea of the next 2 sts, dc2tog. Rep from * around. dc in any rem sts. Join with a sl st to the 3rd ch from the beg ch3.


Note: If your cuff is still too large, repeat round 3. If it’s getting too small, stop decreasing sooner and just work dc sts around.


Rounds 4-5: ch1, 1sc in every st around. Do not join. Work round 5 right into the first st. Join with a sl st at the end of round 5.


FRONT BAND | Right side out

Setup Row: Fasten on at the bottom corner and work sc sts evenly up to the front, neck, and back down the other side. Turn.


Rounds 1-5: ch3 (counts as dc or use the chainless double crochet method), 1dc st in every st to end. Turn


FINISHING

Weave in your ends and block as desired.

 

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