Crochet long cardigans are one of the trendiest pieces for your autumn wardrobe. And how great that we can create them by ourselves! Double benefit — the pleasure of creativity and excellent garments. I have collected many free crochet cardigan patterns and want to share them. Update your cold-time wardrobe with stylish and warm clothes with the designs below.
Fall Vibes Cardigan
- Designed by CrochetDreamz
This fantastic cardigan with a beautiful texture consists only of three parts — the body and sleeves. The free crochet cardigan pattern offers you only a 1-row repeat, so it will be the most accessible garment you’ve ever created but may be the most loved.
PHOTOS by CrochetDreamz / Ravelry.com
Arkose Duster Cardigan Sweater
- Designed by Lindsey Roe
Maxi and midaxi lengths of the garments are on the fashion top for today, that is why you need to have this crochet long cardigan in your wardrobe. The free crochet pattern contains written instructions with several photos, making it easy for you along the way. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by Lindsey Roe / Ravelry.com
Hello Pumpkin Mosaic Crochet Cardigan
- Designed by MJ’s Off the Hook Designs
If you want to practice a no-tail crochet technique, this inset mosaic cardigan pattern is perfect. It has a modern design and length, comfy pockets and a belt, beautiful colorwork, and wide sizing from XS to 5XL. The PDF pattern is payable, but it has a free detailed YouTube tutorial to help you complete the project. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by MJ’s Off the Hook Designs / mjsoffthehookdesigns.com
- Designed by Wannipa Yunker
Are you searching for a classic crochet cardigan pattern? Here it is! This is a free, beginner-friendly pattern that includes instructions for XS-2XL sizes. The cardi crochets in 5 pieces, sewn together at the end. It is fun to make and comfortable to wear, so add it to your list.
PHOTOS by Wannipa Yunker / Ravelry.com
- Designed by Michelle Ferguson
Take this crochet cardigan pattern now because it is free for only a limited time! It is a perfect cardi for your wardrobe — modern long length, minimalistic design, nice pockets. And what is this stunning burgundy color worth! It is gorgeous. I would crochet it without changes.
PHOTOS by Expression Fiber Arts / lionbrand.com
Ribbed Cardigan with Pockets
- Designed by Rose Obom
Longer or shorter — which free crochet cardigan pattern will you choose? The longer version has functional slits on the sides. They make your movements more comfortable. The size range is from XS to 3XL. Enjoy!
PHOTOS by Rose Obom / lionbrand.com
Point Hope Cardigan
- Designed by Missy Marshall
This crochet long cardigan is just perfect. I like the fall color palette, boho style, and texture. You need intermediate skills to make it with this free crochet cardigan pattern. Thanks to the design, it could become a massive stash-busting project: you can change colors anywhere, and the cardi would look even more stylish.
PHOTOS by Lion Brand Yarn / lionbrand.com
Find the original free pattern on lionbrand.com.
- Designed by Sisko Sälpäkivi
Patchwork is on the top! And it is so easy to crochet floral granny squares. Combine them, and you get a great free crochet cardigan pattern with a beautiful project name Helena. You only need to choose preferable colors and grab your hook! Enjoy!
PHOTOS by Sisko Sälpäkivi / Ravelry.com
Caron Crochet Slounge Cardigan
- Designed by Yarnspirations
I’m sure this crochet long cardigan is so cozy! It is slightly oversized and looks perfect in any size. This free crochet cardi pattern offers a vast size chart — XS to 4/5XL. Furthermore, it is easy to make — remember a 2-row repeat of three basic stitches, and here you go!
PHOTOS by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com
Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.
- Designed by Rachel Carson Hill
Thanks to the color block design, this free crochet long cardigan pattern is so variable! It crochets with the Even Berry Stitch and the Moss Stitch and therefore has different textures on the bottom, bodice, and back. This cardigan is perfect for autumn strolls as well as snuggling on the couch. You should make it.
PHOTOS by Rachel Carson Hill / Ravelry.com