Blue lagoon easy cardigan free crochet pattern

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blue lagoon spring time easy crochet cardigan free pattern by jennyandteddy

Spring time  is a happy time for everyone and also for me as well.

Blue lagoon easy cardigan was inspired from the sand, sea and blue sky. This  cardigan is made from soft and breathable cotton yarn with the easy basic crochet stitch that let the air come through just enough to make you feel comfortable and cool at the same time. Have you see my lovely pretty me chunky cardigan yet?

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The Blue lagoon cardigan, They will be one of your favorite item to wear  each day. They are not only easy to make but also stylish to mixed and match with any jean and dress.

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They are made up from one piece of rectangle with cotton yarn and 2.5 mm crochet hook.

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blue lagoon cardigan

Get the free pattern below or this pattern is also available as an inexpensive, ad-free, PDF printable instant download  in my etsy shop. Thank you so much for your love and support. I am really appreciate you.

Let’s get start!

– I used Lion brand 24/7 cotton  . I am using about 7-8 skein around 1,500 yard fit size small to XL.( easy to adjust the size see pattern instruction below) yarn weight 4 worsted medium.

Color is Aqua or pastel turquise

– 2.5 mm crochet hook or B/1 US hook size

– Sewing yarn needle

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Skill and abbreviations

(American crochet terms)

You will need to know how to make

-St (stitch)

-sc which mean single crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-hdc which mean half double crochet

-Blo which mean crochet in back loop only

-ch, Chain

-slip knot

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Finished Size Approximately: one size fit all adult from size small to fit xl.

crochet cardigan made from 1 rectangle


of the rectangle.

-41 inches wide

-27 inches long

Gauge: 2 group of double crochet= 1.5-1.7 inch

crochet gauge of blue lagoon cardigan

Blue lagoon crochet easy cardigan free pattern beginner friendly by jennyandteddy

Blue lagoon easy cardigan instruction.

Start of by making a slip knot Then make 140 (138+2=140) ( multiple of 3+2) chains foundation chain. 

(you can adjust the size of cardigan to be small by decrease   foundation chain . or Bigger size by increase foundation chain.

After you got the foundation chain then make sc in each chain across, turn

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Row1: ch2, then make 1dc in the same stitch * skip 2 stitches, then work 3dc in next stitch*   repeat * to * across until end of the row until you will have 3 stitch remain, skip 2 st, 2dc in the last stitch, ch2 turn.

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Row2. now you will work 3dc  in each  space ( between double crochet group ) across until end of the row, then dc in the last stitch, turn.

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Repeat row 1 and 2 until your rectangle measures approximately 41 inch wide and 27 inches long  then finished  off and leave long tail for sewing.

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Shape armhole.

Lay the piece of rectangle in flatted and fold each corner inward until they meet then using your yarn needle to seam the corner with your prefer method ( I used whip stitch) and leaving  holes for the arm. For the arm holes I leave my one about 5 inch or your prefer length.

Repeat for the other side.

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For the edging/collar.

For the collar we will worked along the edge of the opening of the cardigan back and forth in rows with Hdc in back loop only. Start at the bottom front corner of the cardigan where the first stitch marker place, working around the back of the neck  to the bottom front corner on the other side where the second stitch marker place. (See photo below.)

Start by Place  each stitch marker  at the bottom front corner of the cardigan.

blue lagoon cardigan crochet

Rejoin your yarn at the first stitch marker is place.

Row1.  hdc all around the opening of the cardigan start at where the first stitch marker is place and finish at the second stitch marker is place.

Row2. make hdc in back loop only all around the opening of the cardigan start at where the first stitch marker is place and finish at the second stitch marker is place.

Row3. Repeat row2 until your collar measure around 6 inches deep. Fasten  off and weave in end.

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Now enjoy your new cardigan.
If you make one I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram! would love to see your creation.
Happy crocheting.

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Jane is the founder and author of she love all things cute, like to baked yummy goodness. is a place where she can shared her easy DIY project, craft, crochet and simple life.


  1. Fayleen Collamore says

    I am guessing that may be a typo on the length? Says 297 inches, should it be around 29 inches as in your chunky cardigan? Love the pattern and especially that shade of blue!

  2. Super cute!! It says to go 41 inches wide and 297 inches long? Am I reading that right??

  3. Thanks you Kate for spot the typo mistake it 27 inches long.

  4. Thank Fayleen it a typo mistake thank you for spot on it. it was 27 inches long. I just fixed it in the post now.

  5. If you use 7-8 skeins what size do you think that is? I would need XL to 2X.

  6. Hi Kimberly, 7-8 skein will be fit to size xl if you need to make it to size 2xl I calculate will be about 10 skein.

  7. Sharon Williams says

    Hi I really love the blue lagoon cardigan it is so very pretty, I have not been able to print the pattern off, is there anything you can do to help me.

  8. Hi Sharon, I will add the print friendly version for this pattern soon.

  9. Melissa Mosley says

    Lovely cardigan. In your pattern, what size does it fit?

  10. Melissa Mosley says

    Never mind. I see it fits from small to XL. Thanks! How much should I increase the foundation row to make a 2X or 3X?

  11. Hi Melisa,
    The foundation chain is 160 for 2 xl and 180 for 3xl.

  12. How many foundation chains would you use for a small?

  13. Hi Rachel, for small would be 120+2=122 chains

  14. Melissa Murray says

    Hi! What would the stitch count be after each row? I’m not sure if my tension is off or perhaps I’m adding extra stitches by mistake. Thank you!!

  15. HI Melissa, the number of the stitches count is not an issue. no worry if your add more stitch or less because we are making a kind of a blanket and transform them to cardigan anyway the nature of blanket cardigan if u off by 1 or 2 inch will be fine and they will come out with the good result and pretty. Hope this help ^^. if you finished one would love to see your creation tag me or Instagram.

  16. Sharon Earyes says

    I’m confused…it says that it should be 41 inches wide but 140 chains is only 38 inches. Will I gain those few inches somewhere?

  17. HI Sharon, my chain is quite loose so 140 chain is around 41 inch. so if your 140 chain is measure only 38 inch the solution is add more chain to get around 40 inch, your one maybe make 152 chain( multiple of 3+2) , or u can go for it for 140 chain at 38 inch but the cardigan will be a little tiny bit smaller which is not much different for the size. hope this help, Let me know how it’s go for u.

  18. BeagleMom says

    awesome cardigan!!! very easy to follow pattern, and thank you, thank you, thank you for the photos!!! i can follow pics and charts so much better than written…..

  19. HI Beaglemom, I am so happy to hear that you like it ^^

  20. There are so many ads on this site that I could not find a way to print these directions….also, hard to tell which…the directions…or the ad

  21. Hi Faith, I have put the Ads on my site that way, because I need it to cover the cost of webhosting, supply on yarn, tool from the ads so I can keep providing free pattern and tutorial on my blog. Thanks you for understanding.

  22. Hi am almost finished this cardigan just at that last part where you hdc around the collar, I’m a little confused. Do I finish off after each row and re-attach yarn at the first stitch marker to start a new row?

  23. HI Carla, Donot finished off each row just chain1 and turn to the next row. hope this help, let’s me know if u have more question ^^.

  24. Perfect, thank you.

  25. How do you think this would look if crocheted in Acrylic yarn?

  26. Hi Susan,
    It’s would be perfect for acrylic yarn. Will be very warm for winter.

  27. Hi Jane, For the collar are we working “in the round/square”? What I mean is, are we going around the side up the collar, back down the side across the bottom and back up the side? Or do we just do 6 inches at the bottom, finish off, then do 6 inches on one side finish, etc??? thanks

  28. HI Manon, about the collar I just do round the side u know just imagine it a square of the collar u did only round up except the bottom part.
    If you look at my pic I have put the stitch marker at the bottom part then u just crochet back and forward toward the stitch maker except the bottom part. Oh well I try my best but my English not so great I hope you got what I mean.

  29. Do you have a video of this pattern? I follow so much easier by watching it.

  30. HI Wendy, sorry I donot make the video tutorial this time.

  31. Hi again, I have a question regarding the next step after Step 2. When I did Step #1 again, it didn’t look like your pattern, so I just kept repeating Step 2, double crocheting 3x in each space. Will that work? If not, please clarify that step for me. I have a photo of what mine looks like but I’m not sure how to download it to this comment to show you.

  32. Hello, What does 3c mean in step 2? please

  33. HI Fanny, work 3dc mean work 3 double crochet all in the same space of the previous row.

  34. Mariluz seoane says

    I loved it. It´s so cute and lovely. I´ll make soon.

  35. Joanna Simmons says

    I made the base piece. And I honestly don’t like the way it fit but I feel like I can somehow make it work. Is there anyway to add a sleeve to it?

  36. HI Joanna, if you would like to add sleeve to it just simply crochet ribbing band and attached them to the armhole of the cardigan, you can see how to rochet ribbing band from my another crochet kimono cardigan.

  37. Hey I can’t wait to try this pattern, do you have this in kids also? Would love to make a matching pair for me and my 5yr. Thanks!

  38. HI Wanda, For smaller size You can decrease foundation chain to 60 +2= 62 chain That will be small enough for 5 year old or my tip is to chain the multiple number of 3+2 then use the foundation chain compare with her size of jacket.

  39. Debbie Hampton says

    What siz wheedle to you use? B seems small to me

  40. Hi debbie, In the pattern i use 2.5 mm hook but you can also got o to 3mm hook or bigger also just as long as you get the rectagle.

  41. I did 140 chains but it measured 25 inches rather than 41 inches so I added more 270 Chain using 2.5mm hook, I’m just wondering is the size of the hook?

  42. Linda Soderman says

    Directions say Repeat row 1and 2 until rectangle measures 41 inchsa. Is the correct?. The photos do not show repeating row 1 throughout the project.

  43. HI linda, yes repeat row1 and 2.

  44. Bonjour, il est magnifique, est ce possible d’avoir la traduction en français, SVP?

  45. Jennifer Morgan says

    I jsut got the pattern for this cardigan yesterday & fell in love with it. I had an understanding that weight 4 yarn could be used to make this. I have started making it in Lion Brand’s Cobblestone. I noticed that the holes are small & was wondering if it was a problem for me to use this yarn?

  46. Hi jennifer, it’s depend on the type of the yarn that ‘s would be fine if u happy with it but , if u want the hole bigger maybe u can go up to use bigger crochet hook will do.

  47. Lori Snyder says

    I just finished making this pattern and I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!!

  48. Hi Jane
    Could you please tell me were the printable pattern is for this please

  49. Thanks u so much Lori.

  50. Hi Tracey the pdf printable is in my etsy shop link is in the post thanks u.

  51. Barbara Patterson says

    I have some #2 cotton blend yarn. 52% Cotton, 48% Acrylic. Would this work for this? Or do you think I should work with 2 strands maybe?

  52. Marie-Anne Lebeau says

    URL address for your Etsy shop link please

  53. Hi Marie, i just fixed the link now u can go to my etsy.

  54. Hi Barbara, What yarn weight for your cotton blend.

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