EASIEST METHOD TO CROCHET A CARDIGAN, SWEATER, JACKET OR COAT, Small to 4XL, #2261

EASIEST METHOD TO CROCHET A CARDIGAN, SWEATER, JACKET OR COAT, Small to 4XL, #2261

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  1. GET A PDF PATTERN HERE on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/2261–easiest-cardigan-coat
    MORE SWEATER VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mL9_5ONSga4&list=PLjw9tSY7fCkAq0O4eRl49521xaBBdO0Li

  2. I love that easy pattern I also watch your paper mache you do make everyth8ng easy thank you

  3. Hi there! I made a chain of 40 with double strand of worsted yarn and 11,50 hook but I got 23 inches.

  4. Thank you, Emi! I love your very unique two strand technique that adds bulk, but is also light and airy!
    I thought I would use a lot more yarn doing this but I actually am getting more 🧶from the two strand method opposed to buying bulky 🧶 yarns! And saving 💴!
    I love all your designs!
    Thank you for your time and patience! You have given me the confidence to manipulate yarn 🧶 into a warm, cuddly work of art!
    I appreciate your kindness!
    Many blessings!🌹🤗🧶

  5. question: on a different video when making sleeves for a regular sweater you taught us to increase every 3rd row as we work the sleeve. here, i notice we just make a straight shape. is there a difference? is one better than the other?

  6. Hi Ms Emi. I’m sorry but I can’t understand how u did the sleeves. Do I make it wide as my arm and measure the length then fold it over? Thank you

  7. I love everything you do. thank you for always sharing. I make most of my cardigans this way but without seams. I try to make it in one piece. thank you it's beautiful

  8. This is a great idea Emi. I look forward to starting this project very soon. Prairie temperatures are still moderate right now but this extra layer will be very welcome in the cool days to come. Thank you so much for your patience and hard work in providing both the patterns and tutorial in great detail. Take care and enjoy your weekend.

  9. EMI 💞
    I love all your Videos 💞💞💞 Can you please make a video for a vintage dress potholder?? Thank you 💞💞💞

  10. Thank you for another great video, pattern and garment! A nice down and dirty pattern that could yield a fabulous jacket in any size! Thank you for your hard work!

  11. like you -if i take and keep the small opening at the bottom of the back of the jacket won't it lay smoother on the front of the jacket when I sit down? I love this pattern and once again it is that time of year coming up to where sweaters become a complete nessary item to keep warm on those cool fall nights. Love your videos

  12. Also………….since we do NOT have the freezing temps as your section of the country, I am thinking about doing one strand of yarn and smaller hook and of course chaining more to start. …as we do not need the bulkiness here.

  13. Emi, I love this! You are a great teacher! You explain everything so well, so it's easy to learn from you! You are an inspiration to many! Thank you for being so encouraging! Blessings!

  14. Oh, how pretty! I've learned so much from watching your videos. You're such an inspiration to me. I can only imagine the time, and thought, planning, and on and on that you put in to designing and making these videos. You're the best at it! Thank you, Emi! From your biggest fan in East Tennessee! ❤ Love the yarn you chose here!

  15. Oh, and I'll be making this for my daughter, I'll forward a better picture then the last one, along with 4 more pics of projects of yours I've done! You're the best!💜

  16. Hey Emi! Love your methods, you make things so simple. I have a question; I've been trying to make a sweater for my son, bottom up, in the round and it's been tedious and the sleeves ended up being way too wide at the armpit. Do you think I could use the method you've shown here, using a smaller stitch and adjusting the length to make a mans pullover? Do you think it just wouldn't work for a guy? I've had only success using your patterns so your opinion is very welcomed.

  17. Thank you for the tutorial. I have never tried making a top. Your explanation has given me the courage to do so.Thank you again. Rosie from California.

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