Crochet Reversible Cardigan | Tutorial DIY


for this project any category four yarn
will work but I used a skein and a half of lion brands pound of love-in elephant
gray and a quarter of a skein of taupe as for tools a six millimeter hook
scissors stitch markers tape measure and a tapestry needle there’s an optional
written pattern that can help out too link in the description if you’d like to
grab that and follow along and watch the end of the video to find out how to
enter this week’s giveaway we’re using four stitches for this project and they
will be as follows chain slip stitch single crochet half double crochet and
double crochet this tutorial is for a size small but you can adjust it for
your size and we explain how to in the videos so let’s get started getting this
cardigan started we’re first going to grab our category-four yarn make a
slipknot we’re going to grab our six millimeter hook and start off by making
a chain that goes from the tip of our shoulder down to where we want the
bottom of this cardigan to be keeping in mind that we will have a bottom border
as well and for me that’s going to be a total of 21 inches or 59 centimeters and
that comes out to about 85 chains and now that we have our row we’re going to
be going in with our first row of half double crochets so all that is is
blocking off that last chain we’re going to do a chain up of two that counts as a
half double crochet we’re going to prepare for a half double insert our
hook into that loop that we blocked off or our third loop from our hook with a
half double and let’s do 1 half double slowly together and then I’ll let you
guys do the rest on your own so all that is is a yarn over insert your hook into
that next available loop that we have in our chain from here we’re gonna yarn
over pull through one we should have three loops on our hook we’re gonna yarn
over pull through all three loops and we’re gonna keep doing that all the way
down our chain and then once we make it to the end we’ll meet each other back so
that we can do our chain up of two and then do more back loop half double
crochets once we have our first row of our half double crochets we’re just
going to be doing more half double crochets but for the rest of this piece
they’re going to be going into the back loops
so to start that off we’re going to be doing a chain up of two that’s what
we’re gonna do every time we get to the end of a row that’s how we work our way
up to the next row we’re going to prepare for a half double crochet and
then into this first available back loop that we have we’re going to be inserting
our hook we’re gonna yarn over pull through yarn over pull through all three
loops and that is how we do our back loop half double crochets and we are
just going to keep doing this portion which is going to be the bulk of our
back until this width that we’re working on fits our back and mine is going to be
from shoulder tip to shoulder tip and that’s going to come out to about 13
inches or 33 centimeters or roughly 29 rows so you guys go ahead and adjust to
whatever size you guys need but I’ll meet you guys back once we have that
done we are back with the entirety of our
back piece and once when we have this portion done we can start working on the
underarm portion but first I’m just going to tell you guys the measurements
that I have so like I said in the previous clip this went from shoulder
tip to shoulder tip and that was a total of 13 inches or 33 centimeters and that
came out to about a total of 29 rows of back loop half double crochets but once
when we get here we’re going to start working on this side because this is
where hook is that we’re gonna start doing decreases of two just into one
side of our work so that it starts to decrease down forming at the armhole
that we need so that we can do our sleeves later so let’s get that started
together so since our hook is already on this side we don’t need to do anything
else we can just start going in with our armhole so all that is is going up with
a chain up of to flipping our work and then just into this one side we’re going
to be doing a decrease of two back loop half double crochets so let’s do that
together we’re going to prepare for a half double crochet go into that first
back loop we’re going to yarn over pull it through we should have three loops on
the hook and then we’re also going to be going into the next back loop yarn over
pull through one we should have four loops on our hook from here we’re going
to yarn over pull through everything on our hook and that is our back loop half
double crochet decrease and then from here we’re just going to go all the way
down putting one back loop half double crochet into every loop that we have
then once when we make it down to the end we are going to keep that blunt so
all we’re going to do is do a chain up of two flip our work and then bring our
work back on down to the side that we are currently at but we will leave the
last three loops so that we can do another decrease of two together and
then put one half double crochet into that last back loop so I’ll meet you
guys back once when we make our way back to this decrease side so we are back and
we’ve just made it all the way down to this decrease portion again and we’re
just going to do another decrease in to the third and second-to-last back loops
that we have and then put one half double crochet into that last back loop
and then from there we can just keep going down with this underarm portion so
into the third to last back loop we’re going to prepare for a half double and
so our hook into that third-to-last here
and over pull through into that second-to-last back loop yarn over pull
through we should have four loops on our hook from here we’re just going to yarn
over pull through all four loops and then that is our decrease again and once
we get here into this last back loop we’re just going to go in with one back
loop half double and that’s just to make this side cleaner and also easier so
that once when we go in with our sleeve it’s easier to connect to but once when
we have that I’m gonna do a chain up of two that counts us of a half double flip
our work and then into these first two back loops we’re gonna be doing another
decrease so since we’re here we’re just gonna do another one together insert it
into that first back loop yarn over pull through and then into that next back
loop yarn over pull through yarn over pull through all four and we’re going to
keep doing this all the way down and remembering that we’re only decreasing
on one side and I’m gonna keep going down just like this until this hits mid
underarm but this is going to be a little bit looser and a little bit of a
batwing so I’m just going to show you guys what is going to ultimately look
like so this is where we’re currently at with our back piece we just did a couple
rows of our decreases and this is what this is right here and we’re just going
to keep going down until this reaches underneath your underarm
so that we can go in with our sleeve and just let you guys know from when we did
our first decrease all the way until where I’m going to stop I’m gonna have a
total of about 10 inches or 25 centimeters and that is about 25 rows so
this is going to be a pretty decent size underarm portion for this cardigan so
we’re just gonna keep decreasing along one side doing back loop half double
crochets and keeping the bottom end blunt and then once when we have that
we’re going to cut and tie and then I’ll meet you guys back just one more time so
that we can do the same thing that we did here along this other side so we are
back and we have just finished up doing this back side underarm panel and as you
guys can see it has decreased quite nicely and just to remind you guys in
the previous clip I said that I had 25 rows and from here this stitch marker is
just to show me where my first row of decreases was all the way down to where
I have this I have a total of my 25 rows and then
once when we have this we’re gonna have to do the same thing that we did here on
the other side of our work so from here I’m just going to show you guys where
we’re going to insert our hook and how to start this off and then from there I
let you guys have at it just like how we did the other side so right before we
insert our hook into this side and start going in with our underarm portion we’re
first going to need to figure out which direction we’re going to need to start
working our so the easiest way to do that is actually taking a look at the
tail end of this first chain that we made for ourselves so wherever this tail
end is you’re actually going to be starting on the opposite side so once
when we figure that out we are going to insert our hook into the opposite side
from where our tail is and then I’ll show you guys what to do from there so
we’re now taking a look at the other side of our back piece that we have
we’re going to need to start going in with our decrease rows and I’m holding
up the corner that does not have our initial chain tail we can toss that
aside once when we are holding up the right corner we’re going to go in with
more back loop half double crochets but really quickly the reason why we’re
going in to the side that is the opposite of where our tail is is so that
we can keep up with this ribbing pattern because if we go in from the other side
it would still look fine it would still be wearable but the ribbing maybe just a
little bit off so by doing it this way we make it as seamless as possible but
starting off this row we’re going to be inserting our hook into that first back
loop inserting our working yarn onto our hook pull through from here we’re going
to do a chain above – that counts as a half double crochet and then since we’re
at the bottom or the blunt end of our work we’re gonna do back loop half
double crochets all the way up to the end until we just have three loops left
and then we’ll be doing a decrease together and then from there I’ll let
you guys have at it we’ve just made it all the way down with our first row of
the other side of our underarm portion we left the last three loops so that we
can go into those last three with a decrease together and as you guys can
see it is along the top which is the same side that has the decreases on the
other side so we are in good shape but once when we are here we’re just
going to decrease together really quickly we’re going to yarn over insert
our hook into that third to last back loop yarn over pull through into that
second-to-last back loop yarn over pull through we should have four loops on our
hook once we get here we’re gonna yarn over pull through everything on our hook
you should have just one loop left from there we’re just gonna put one regular
back loop half double into there and since we’re here we’re gonna do the next
decrease together as well so we’re gonna do a chain up of two that always counts
as a half double crochet we’re going to prepare for a half double crochet then
we’re going to be decreasing into the first two loops so into the first back
loop insert your hook yarn over pull through and then into the next back loop
yarn over pull through should have four loops on our hooks we’re gonna yarn over
pull through all four and ramier just go all the way down with back loop at
double crochets chain up two work your way back down while maintaining the
decrease along this top and that we have and then we’re gonna keep going until we
have these same amount of rows that we have for the first side so like I said
mine was twenty five rows you guys can adjust to whatever you guys have then
I’ll meet you guys back once when we have this entire underarm portion
finished up so just finished up going in with the entirety of the back portion as
you guys can see both of our underarm chunks are done and I have cut and tied
and once when we have this entire piece finished up we’re going to want to do
the front piece which is basically going to be a little less than one half of
what we just did over here so I have one side already done so let’s just show you
guys what mine’s looking like so I’ve just laid my front panel on top of my
back panel and I have the same amount of decrease rows or underarm portion as I
have in the back everything is nice and lined up and then as for where to start
your blunt portion which I only have five rows of my regular back loop half
double crochets before I went in with our underarm portion I actually put the
back piece on to myself and then from there I measured about two inches from
the base of my neck outwards towards the shoulders and then from there is where I
decided to do my blunt portion for our shoulder chunk because we are going to
have two inch border or five centimeter
border along the inside as well so that’s why we wanted to keep this space
open for us but once when we have figured out that length we are going to
get started on this front border together so just to start off this front
panel together it’s going to be exactly the same way that we have done the back
portions so we’re going to grab our yarn make a slipknot insert our same six
millimeter hook into our yarn and then from here we’re just going to make a
chain that comes out to this same amount of chains that we did for the length of
the back that we have once when we have our chain what we’re going to do from
here is exactly the same way that we started the back we’re going to block
off that last chain do a chain up of two that counts as a half double crochet
we’re going to prepare for a half double and insert our hook into that loop that
we’ve blocked off or the third loop from our hook and then from here we’re just
going to go all the way down putting one half double crochet into every loop that
we have once we make it to the end we’re gonna chain up to flip our work and then
do back loop half double crochets for whatever measurement we need from this
spot that is 2 inches or 5 centimeters away from the base of our neck to the
tip of our shoulder and mine just so happens to be 5 rows like I said or also
2 inches or 5 centimeters so I’m going to go in with that and then I’ll meet
you guys back just so that we can start our underarm portion together so I’m
back with my little front panel shoulder chunk which is over here I know it’s a
little blurry but this is what we talked about in the previous clips and then
once when I get here we’re just going to do the decreases just like how we’ve
been doing for the back portion so we’re just gonna do the first one together and
then I’ll let you guys go from there but once when we get here really quickly I
have 5 rows or 2 inches or about 5 centimeters but once when we get here
I’m ready to start doing my decrease for the underarm portion so I’m gonna do a
chain up of 2 I’m gonna prepare for a half double insert my hook into that
first back loop I’m going to yarn over pull through that one loop and then also
into that next back loop yarn over pull through we should have four loops we’re
gonna yarn over pull through all four and from here just put one half double
all the way down once we make it to the end we’re gonna do a chain up of one
flip our work and work our way back up leaving the
last three loops and then we will be doing a decrease into the third and
second to last and then putting one half double into that last back half loop
back half loop that last back loop half double crochet and then from there we’re
going to do a chain up to decrease since we’re on our decrease side and then work
our way back down and then we’re going to keep going back and forth like that
until we have the same amount of decrease rows that we have along the
back because we need it to match each other and then once when you guys have
that cut and tie and then do this entire sequence just one more time I already
have mine done so I’ll just meet you guys back once when I have this front
panel finished up so we’re back and we have just finished up doing both of our
front panels and the next thing that we’re going to do is connect everything
so that it’s easier for us to figure out how long we need to sleep to be so the
only two places that we’re going to be connecting it is this little shoulder
chunk that we have up here on both sides obviously and then also the side seam
that we have right here so we’re going to get started with a side seam that’s
going to be fairly easy and then we’ll do the shoulder chunk and then from
there we can get started on the sleeve but right before we get started you guys
are going to want to grab your secondary color if you guys are using a second
color if not then you guys can use the same
one that you’ve been doing but this is going to be reversible so the secondary
color or this piping what we’re going to call it during the video is going to be
visible so if you only want certain things to be visible then go ahead and
use your main color but you guys can get to pick and choose from there so we’re
just gonna get started on these side portion first and I’ll let you guys go
from there so going in with our side seam I’m first going to be inserting my
hook into the corners that we have underneath our arms this part actually
doesn’t matter we can start at the bottom at the top whatever you feel more
comfortable with I’m just gonna start it here so I’m going to be inserting my
hook in through the first loop that we have into the front panel and also the
first loop that we have into the back panel we’re going to be inserting our
secondary color we’re going to pull through chain up one to secure and this
is going to be fairly easy we’re just going to be going all the way down with
the row of seeing crochet making sure that we’re going in
through both the front and the back panel at the same time so let’s do the
first few together into the first available loop that we have in the front
panel and also into the next available loop that we have in the back panel
you’re going to insert our hook and we’re going to single crochet that
closes through the next one together so into the next available loop in the
front panel and the next available loop in the back panel single crochet
everything closed now we’re going to keep doing this all the way down until
we don’t have any more loops left go ahead and cut and tie and then we’ll
meet each other back so that we can do the shoulder chunk so I just went all
the way down with our side seam and I actually went ahead and did the same
thing that we needed to do here on the other side so I am done with that side
the next thing we’re going to do is go in with our shoulder chunk and this is
going to be different for everyone depending on how big your shoulder chunk
is but all it’s going to be is a row of single crochet going into each of these
side half double crochets until we don’t have anything left to go into into the
front panel and then we’re going to cut and tie so let’s get started with this
corner the easiest way to get started is actually to hold it any way that we get
started that’s closest to the corner of our armhole right here so we’re just
gonna figure out which one we need to go into and then we’re gonna insert our
hook so inserting our hook into the side half double crochet row the first one
that does not have any decreases that’s right next to the armhole we made sure
that we insert our hook in through both of those loops we’re going to insert our
secondary color onto our hook pull through and chain up one to secure and
that counts as our first loop single crochet as well but once we get here we
are going to do single crochets all the way across but since this is side half
double crochet rows we’re going to be alternating between two single crochets
and one single crochet so let’s do the first one together so since we did our
chain into this first one we’re going to be looking at this next side half double
crochet row we’re going to insert our hook into this first side half double
crochet into the front panel and then also into the next back panel we’re
going to single crochet but we will be doing two single crochets into this
side half-double so there’s one and there’s two
and like I said we’re going to be alternating so into this next side half
double crochet row we’re just going to be going in with one single crochet so
let’s do that and we have our one into the next we’re going to be doing two so
there’s one two into that same side half double crochet row and then I just have
one more row left to go into so let’s do that together we’re going to insert our
hook into that next one and in the last one how many did we do to sew into this
last one I will be doing one single crochet if I can get my hook into the
loop there we go single crochet and since I’ve made it
all the way across I’m going to chain up one and cut and then you guys can do the
same thing on the other side and then after that we’ll get started on the
sleeve so everything is all steamed up on both sides and getting started with
the sleeve we’re going to want to try this on and then figure out how long we
want our sleeve to be keeping in mind we will have a cuff at the end as well and
then doing this one it’s going to be a little bit different than how we’ve done
pretty much every other cardigan that we’ve done so far because we’re doing
the sleeve in pieces so what we’re gonna do is measure from the top of our
shoulder down to where we want the sleeve to go this is gonna be a long
sleeve remembering we will have a cuff and I’m just gonna go ahead and start
off by making a chain of 18 inches or 46 centimeters and that’s roughly about 60
chains and that is coming from the top of my shoulder down to where I want the
bottom of my sleeve to be and then once when we have that where you can go in
with the rest of the pattern so just to start off one of our sleeves off
together like I said I’m going to be doing a chain that comes out to about 18
inches or 46 centimeters and that’s roughly 60 chains so that’s the chain
account that I will be making and then I’ll meet you guys back now that we have our chain count what
we’re gonna do is just go into the row of half double crochets just like how
we’ve started pretty much everything else so far so we’re gonna block off
that last chain do a chain up of two that counts as a half double prepare for
a half double and then insert our hook into that loop that we blocked off or
the third loop from our hook with a half double and we’re going to keep doing
this all the way down just putting one half double into every loop once we make
it to the end we’re going to do a chain up of one and then do a decrease of two
into the first two back loops that we have so I’ll meet you guys back so that
we can do that together you just made it all the way down with our first row of
half double crochets when it comes to our sleeve and like I said in a previous
clip all we’re gonna do is do a chain up of two we’re gonna flip our work and
then do a decrease into the first two back loops so let’s do one more decrease
together we’re gonna be inserting our hook into that first back loop yarn over
pull through then also into that next back loop yarn over pull through we’re
going to yarn over pull through all four loops on our hook and then we’re just
going to go all the way down with back loop half double crochets leaving the
other end blunt so we’re going to do a chain up of two flip our work and then
we’re going to do more back loop half double crochets coming back down this
way and then we’re going to leave the last three loops because we’re going to
be doing a decrease into the third to last and second-to-last back loop just
like how we have been doing and also put one back loop half double crochet into
that last one chain up of two and then decrease since this is the decreased
side and then work our way back down and then for the amount of rows that we need
it will be different for everyone I’m actually just going to keep going until
I have the same amount of rows as I have into this portion that we didn’t close
up for the body so once when we have more of our sleeve done this is how it
will look and eventually will be attached like I said I have 25 rows for
this sleeve slash underarm portion so I’m gonna be going in with 25 rows of my
sleeve remembering to decrease along one side
keeping the other end blunt because that’s gonna be where our cuff is and
then I’m going to keep doing that all the way down but once when I have just
four loops left to go into so after the 21st row I will be switching out my
colors to the secondary color just so that I can have a little pop of
color but you guys can do that you guys cannot all dependant on you guys but
yeah so I’ll just meet you guys back once when I have the majority of this
portion done I will show you guys how I’m going to be switching out my colors
and then I’ll let you guys have at it from there so I am back with a good
portion of the first part of our sleeve all finished up and like I said I will
be switching out my colors for the last four rows so I have a total of 25 rows
here for the body portion so I have a total of 21 rose for my sleeve and then
for the last bit I’m just gonna be going in with our secondary color so I’m just
gonna be showing you guys how I switch out my colors even though it is fairly
simple all we’re gonna do is wherever our hook is we’re just going to finish
up that last stitch that we’re doing we’re gonna take our yarn insert that
onto our work pull through and then we’re going to cut the original color we
can now tie the two tail ends together and then from there we can go in with
the same pattern of maintaining the decrease on one end and keeping the
other end blunt until we have the correct amount of rows that we need so
that it can fit this front portion and then once we have that we’re going to be
doing this sequence a total of four times so since we have this one done I’m
going to be doing it three more times so go ahead and get all of that done and
then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can connect everything and then start
working on the cuff the border of the pocket everything else so we’re back
with our to sleep panels they’re actually all finished up and we are
nearly ready to connect it into the body portion the only things that we have to
do along the sleeve and the body portion actually is just go along with a row of
single crochet along the slanted edges for the sleeve portions that we have
we’re not going to go along the blunt ends because that’s gonna be where the
cuff is we’re gonna do something else there as you guys can see I already have
one of these done I’m gonna show you guys how to do the single crochet row
along this other one and they were also gonna need to do a row of single crochet
around the entirety of our armhole that we already have
but it’s going to be pretty much the same thing I’m just going to show you
guys how to do that along this sleeve portion that we have and then we can get
moving on from there so taking a look at our sleeve portion that we have right
here just one side it’s actually going to be fairly simple we’re just going to
go along this slanted edge that we have with the row of single crochet but since
these are all side half double crochets we’re going to be alternating between
one single crochet to two single crochet so let’s get that started we’re just
going to insert our hook into that corner loop pull through chain up one
two secure and since it’s in the corner loop we’re going to be going into this
first side half double crochet with one single crochet into that first loop and
then into that next side half double row that we have we’re going to be going in
with two so here is one single crochet and then two single crochet into that
same side half double crochet row let’s do one more set of these together into
this next loop we’re gonna go in with one single crochet and then into this
next one to single crochet then we’re going to keep doing this all the way
down alternating between one single crochet to two once we make it all the
way down to the end of this portion of the sleeve that we have are going to cut
and tie and do the same thing that we have here on the other side and then
once we have that I’ll just vaguely talk to you guys about doing the same thing
along the body portion of our armhole and then we can get to connecting and
the only reason why we’re going in with this row of single crochet first before
we start to seaming everything together is just so that once we go in with our
secondary color it can actually look a lot cleaner than it would be if we were
just to go in with our row of seam with the secondary color so I’ve just finished up going in with a
row of single crochet along the slanted portion of our sleeve panels that we
have and we have set those aside and now we’re just going to go into the row of
single crochet along the armhole that we currently have so that’s going to be
pretty much the same way that we did the sleeve panel so we’re going to first
start off by inserting our hook in through this very first side half double
crochet row that we have that’s right next to the seam we’re going to insert
our yarn onto our hook pull through chain up one two secure and then from
here since these are side half doubles we’re going to be going in with one
single crochet two single crochet into the next one soon crochet two single
crochet into the next and we’re going to keep doing this all the way around till
we get up and over the shoulder bring it on back down and then once we make it
back down here we’re going to connect into this first chain that we made for
ourselves with a slip stitch so that we can close this off so go ahead and do
that once when we get to the end go ahead and
cut and tie and then let me two guys back so we just finished going all the
way around our armhole with our single crochet row and we have introduced one
of our sleeve panels we set the other one to the side because we don’t need it
right now but all we’re gonna do is just seam these two together so it’s going to
be fairly easy since we just went in with a row of single crochets but we are
going to be switching out for our secondary color if you guys want your
piping to be noticed as I do so all we’re gonna do is first insert our hook
into this bottom corner loop that we have when it comes to our armhole within
the body portion and then we’re going to grab the bottom or the shortest persion
of our sleeve and then attach that onto our hook as well and then from here
we’re just going to single crochet everything close but we are going to
want to make sure that our seam is going to be facing the correct way because we
do want them to be visible but all on the same side as well so as you guys can
see my seam is visible along here and along here and the easiest way to make
sure that you do that is just by pinching the front panel and the sleeve
together upwards in whichever direction our other seams are going but once when
we have that I’m going to insert our hook we’re gonna insert our yarn onto
our hook pull through and then we’re gonna chain
up one to secure and we’re just gonna do the first two together we’re gonna be
inserting our hook in through the first available loop that we have in the front
panel and then also into the next available loop that we have in the back
panel and then we’re gonna single crochet we’re gonna do just one more
together so into the next available loop that we have in the front panel and also
into the next available loop me up in the back and single crochet and we’re
gonna keep doing this all the way up and so we don’t have any more loops left to
go into we should be right where these shoulders seam is and then once when we
get there don’t cut and tie because then we can flip over this sleeve panel and
then start working on the other sleeve panel so I’ll meet you guys back once we
get to the top we’ve just made our way all the way up with our single crochet
row along one side of the sleeve and now we’re just going to flip things over and
then introduce the next so grabbing the other sleeve panel that we had we’re
going to align it the same way that we have the front bar aligned we’re just
going to make sure that the shortest portion of the sleeve is along the
bottom of the cardigan piece that we have right here and then from here we’re
just going to do the same thing that we did in the beginning so into the next
available loop that we have into the body portion we’re going to insert our
hook into that next available loop and then into the next available loop that
we had into this other sleeve panel that we have we’re going to insert our hook
in through there as well and from here we’re going to single crochet and let’s
do just one more together we’re going to be inserting our hook into the next
available loop in the front panel and then into the next available loop that
we have in the back panel and then single crochet and then we’re gonna keep
doing this all the way down the tops of the sleeve and the bottom of the sleeve
will not be connected just yet I’ll meet you guys back once we make it down to
this bottom piece right here we’ve now made it down to the bottom of our sleeve
and we are going to connect everything together before we get started on going
in with this bottom seam right here but really quickly before we get started
with that if you guys want to keep the piping for this the same as the piping
for this underarm portion for our sleeve you guys don’t have to cut and tie but
since the bottom is our secondary color I will be switching out for our main
color just for a little bit of contrast the ones when we’re done connecting
everything I am gonna cut and tie get my other color ready and then just go into
the row of single crochet along the bottom of the sleeve but that is
completely up to you guys but now that I said that we can now get started on
finishing up the piping for this sleeve portion so once when we get here we
don’t have any more loops left to go into we’re going to be connecting into
this side seam that we have which is the same color as our secondary color for
the piping for the sleeve that we’re using and then also into the first
single crochet that we did along this piping that we did for the seam it’s
just on the other side just to make sure that there’s no gaps and so it looks a
lot cleaner once when we actually where so what we’re gonna do is gonna be a
little weird but we’re going to insert our hook into the very first loop that
we have right here for the side seam just like that we’re gonna pull that
tight trying to eliminate that gap and also into this first single crochet that
we have right here for the first single crochet that we did for this piping for
the sleeve we’re gonna insert our hook into that and from here we’re going to
yarn over pull through everything on our hook and now everything from the side
seam to the first single crochet for the sleeve and then also the last single
crochet for the sleeve is all connected once when I have that I will be doing a
chain up of one and cut and then I’m gonna go along the bottom of our sleeve
with our base color so working along the bottom of our seam I am going to be
switching out my color and this part is gonna be super simple all we’re gonna do
is insert our hook into the closest loop that we have to this seam that we just
made for ourselves insert our yarn onto our hook pull through once we get here
we’re gonna do a chain up of one and then we’re just going to go along with a
regular row of single crochet making sure we’re going in through the front
panel in the back panel at the same time once we make it down to the end we are
going to cut and tie and then we’ll seam the top of the sleeve together and then
we’ll go on with our cuff we’ve just finished seaming up the bottom with our
base color and we’re switching back out to our secondary color and we’re just
going to close off this top portion of our sleeve together and
then we’re going to start working on the cuff from there so this is going to be
exactly the same way that we have done the bottom but the only difference is
that we’re first gonna be inserting our hook into this last loop that we have
for our shoulder chunks since it is the same color even though it’s not the same
color you can insert it into here anyways to also eliminate the gap that
we could have what all that is is into this last loop that we have into this
shoulder chunk of single crochets that we did earlier in the video we’re going
to insert our hook into that last loop insert our yarn onto our hook we are
going to pull through and from here we are going to jump over this piping that
we have right here and then we’re going to go into this first available loop
that we have into the front panel and then also into the first available loop
that we have into the back panel and then we’re going to single crochet nice
and tight to make sure that there is no gaps and then once we have that we’re
just going to go all the way down with a row of single crochet making sure that
we’re going in through the front panel and the back panel at the same time and
then we’re going to cut and tie once we get to the end because we will be doing
one row of single crochet that decreases with our base color and then we’re going
to be switching back out to our secondary color for the actual cuff so
meet you guys back once when we make our way all the way down the top portion of
our sleeve so this is a sleeve once when it is all seemed up we don’t have any
more gaps left and next we’re going to start working along the cuff and as you
can see this sleeve is quite big so we are going to need to do some decreases
before we can get started with the actual cuff portion so what we’re gonna
do in order to help us get this sleep a little bit smaller is introduce our base
color one more time and then from here we’re going to go into the row of single
crochet going around all of the loops that we have but instead of going in
with alternating one single crochet two one two like how we’ve been doing for
our side half doubles we’re just gonna be going in with one single crochet
throughout all of the side half double crochet loops that we have that’s gonna
help us decrease just a little bit so let’s get that started so we’re gonna
grab our same six millimeter hook insert our hook in through any one of these
loops and from here we’re just gonna pull
through a chain up one to secure and then into each of these side half double
crochet loops we’re just going to be going in with one single crochet into
each of those so go ahead and keep doing this all the way around once we make it
back to this first side half double crochet loop we’re going to connect with
a slip stitch and then from there we are going to be switching out our colors so
cut and tie and then we can get started on the rest of the cuff while still
decreasing now that we’ve made out all the way around with our row of single
crochet kind of decreasing as much as we can going around the entirety of our
armhole now we’re going to be switching out for our secondary color which is
going to be the main color of our cuff and then also we’re going to be doing a
decrease of two double crochets into every single loop that we have going all
the way around our cuff so let’s get that started together we’re gonna start
off by inserting our hook into any one of these loops it doesn’t matter which
one we’re going to insert our yarn onto our hook pull through we’re going to do
a chain up of three that counts as a double crochet and then into the next
two loops that we have are going to be doing a decrease so we’re going to
prepare for a double crochet insert our hook into that next available loop yarn
over pull through and then also into that next available loop yarn over pull
it through you should have four loops on our hook once we have that we’re gonna
yarn over pull through 3 and then yarn over pull through two that counts as a
decrease we’re gonna do that together one more time we’re gonna prepare for a
double crochet into that next available loop yarn over pull through one into the
next available loop yarn over pull through one and from here we’re gonna
yarn over pull through three yarn over pull through two and we’re gonna keep
doing a double crochet decrease into every loop that we have going all the
way back around and then once when we get back we’re gonna attach it with a
slip stitch and then we’re gonna get started on the ribbing for the cuff
which is just gonna be a bunch of front and back post double crochets once we
made our way all the way around with our decreases into every loop that we have
with our double crochets we’re going to be slip stitching into that first chain
up of three that we did so we’re gonna count up one two three loops
insert our hook into that third loop if I can get my hook into there and the
connector they slip stitch and that closes off this row and from here we’re
just going to be going in with front and back post double crochets so let’s show
you guys how to do that it’s going to start off with a chain up
of three that counts as a double crochet we’re going to prepare for a double
crochet and then into this first decrease that we have right here we’re
going to be doing a front post double crochet so we’re going to be inserting
our hook behind this post that we have and then bring it through the other side
yarn over pull through that post and then from here we’re gonna finish off
this double crochet just like normal so yarn over pull through two yarn over
pull through two and that is our front post double crochet and now we’re gonna
do a back post double crochet so we’re gonna prepare for another double crochet
and it’s gonna be exactly the same thing but instead of going in through the
front like how we just did we’re gonna be inserting our hook behind our work
and then bringing it over the post in the previous row and then from here
double crochet like normal so pull through pull through two pull through
two that is a front and our back we’re gonna be doing this one more time just
to show you guys I’ll let you guys do the rest on your own we’re gonna prepare
for a double insert our hook behind the post that we have in the previous row
and then double crochet like normal that is our front post and let’s do one more
back post together so we’re gonna prepare for a back post insert our hook
behind our work over the next available post that we have and then double
crochet like normal and we’re gonna keep doing this all the way around
alternating between front and back post double crochets once we make it back to
this last post that we have we’re going to slip stitch into this chain up of
three and then we’re going to be doing more rows of front and back post double
crochets until you guys get the cuff length that you want but we’re going to
meet each other back for the next row just so I can show you guys that we’re
gonna be doing the same thing that we did in this row on top of it basically
so the ribbing can extend so I’ll meet you guys back once we’ll read the end of
this row we just made our way back down with our first row of front and back
post double crochets and we are going to be slip stitching into that first chain
up of three that we did just like how we did in the previous row
so we’re gonna count up one two three insert our hook into that third chain
yarn over pull through everything with a slip stitch and now this first row of
front and back post double crochets is all connected so we’re just going to
start this next row off and then I’ll let you guys do the rest on your own but
how we start this off is we’re gonna go up with a chain up of three and then
into this first post that we just did we’re going to be maintaining whatever
post we did in the previous row so for me the first one that I did was a front
post double crochets so we’re just gonna do another front post double crochet
into that next post so let’s do the next one together we’re going to prepare for
a double insert our hook behind the post in the previous row because it is a
front post we’re gonna single crochet and the same thing into the next the
next one is a back post so we’re gonna be doing a back post into there and go
ahead and keep doing this until you guys have the cuff link that you guys want I
will actually be going for three inches or about eight centimeters and that
comes out to roughly six rows so go ahead and keep doing this once we make
it to the end but once we make it to the end go ahead and cut and tie and then we
can do this entire sleeve sequence that we just did over here on the other side
once when we have that done we can go in with the front border and the bottom
border pockets and then we’ll be all done so we are back and we have just
finished up going in with both of our sleeves we are looking at the side of
the cardigan and this is the bottom right now
I’m showing you guys this way because the cardigan is so big there’s no nice
way to show you guys other than what you’re seeing right now but we have
finished up doing everything that we just did in the previous clips so the
sleeves the piping the cuff and we’ve closed up everything and now we’re going
to start working on the bottom border and then once we’re done with that we
can start working on the front panels but when it comes to the bottom border
we are going to go in with a row of single crochet just going all the way
around just to make the bottom border cleaner once we go in with our secondary
color so this first row all we’re going to do is insert our hook into this
corner loop it doesn’t matter which corner you attach your hook and to just
along with its one at the corners insert your yarn pull through a chain of one to
secure and then once when we get here we are going to be going in with putting
just one single crochet into each of these side double crochets but we are
going to keep our group just a little bit looser because if we keep it tight
then it will cinch in like how it did when we did our cuffs and we don’t
necessarily want this dissension but if we go in with one single – single one
single – single just like how we did for the other parts then it could be just a
little bit looser so we’re gonna have to compromise a little bit and do this a
little bit differently but basically what we’re gonna do is just insert our
hook and through the first side half double and then we’re gonna single
crochet but we’re not gonna pull it tight all that is let’s do this again
into the next side half double and put one single crochet next side half double
if we can find it here we go single crochet and we’re just going to
keep doing this all the way around until we reach the other corner on the other
side once when we reach there we’re gonna chain up one and cut and grab your
secondary color because we’re gonna go in with the bottom border right after
that so we’ve just finished up going in with our row of single crochet along the
entirety of the bottom making our way all the way around and the next part
we’re gonna do is the bulk of our bottom border and that is actually going to be
exactly the same way that we did our cuff – the first row that was all
decreases I’m basically saying that they’re all gonna be front and back post
double crochets so let’s just do the first row together and the first row is
super easy that’s just gonna be a regular row of double crochets going all
the way around and a quick tip quick note when we do our double crochet row
or any of the rows after this just don’t pull too tight since we didn’t pull too
tight on this first row of single crochets because we don’t want it to
cinch we just want it to lay down flat so I will be grabbing my secondary color
making a slipknot I’m gonna insert my hook into this corner loop and then once when it’s in there we’re
gonna insert our yarn onto our hook and then pull through once when we have
pulled through we’re going to do a chain up of three that counts as a double
crochet and then we’re just gonna do the first double crochet together since this
is going to be pretty simple we’re going to prepare for a double crochet and then
into that next available loop that we have we’re just gonna go in with one
double crochet and then from here we’re just going to keep going all the way
down putting one double crochet into every loop until we have zero loops left
so basically until we get to the corner on the other side and then once when we
do that we will meet each other back up so that we can do front and back post
double crochets for our bottom border we just made it down to the other side of
the bottom portion of our cardigan we just went in with a row of double
crochet along the bottom and now we’re just going to do a couple rows of front
and back post double crochets just like how we did the cuff and this will make
up the bottom border so this is going to be fairly simple I am also going to be
going in with six rows of front and back post double crochets and that comes out
to three inches or about eight centimeters so pretty much the same size
as the cuff so let’s just do the first few together and then we’ll just do the
rest on our own and then we can do these side panels together or the front panels
I’m sorry but once when we are here we’re gonna do a chain up of three that
counts as a double crochet we’re gonna flip our work prepare for a double
crochet we’re gonna separate these two posts and then behind this second post
that we have this is one this is the second we’re gonna be inserting our hook
behind that post and bringing it through the other side when they’re gonna get
yarn over pull through pull through two pull through two that is our first front
post from here we’re going to prepare for another one but we’re gonna be going
into the back so over this next post that we have and then double crochet
like normal remembering well that’s not a double crochet but remembering that we
aren’t pulling too tight because we don’t want this to cinch we’re just
gonna do this back post we’ll one more time there we go
and then we’re just going to keep going back and forth with
front and back post double crochets going all the way down to the other side
once we make it to the end we’re going to do a chain above three and then
whatever post we had previously right before that chain up of three we’re
going to do the same post into there so if it’s a front post double crochet in
the previous row we’re going to do another front post or if it’s a back
post we’re going to do a back post but either way just keep all of your
posts the same and then keep doing that until you have the bottom border size
that you want and then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do the front
panels together so we are all finished with the bottom border we should have
something that looks a little like this this is our five rows and we have cut
and tied and then once when we have this we are going to prep right before we
start doing the front panel we’re going to do a row of single crochet along the
back portion so let’s show you guys where that’s going to be so right before
we get started on doing the front panel we’re just gonna go across from shoulder
chunk to shoulder chunk with a row of single crochet just so that once when we
do the part that curves around our shoulder it’ll be a little bit cleaner
and this is going to be fairly easy we’re just going to go in with single
crochets putting one into each side half double and then once we make it to the
end we are going to chain up one and cut so let’s just insert our hook and then
we can go from there and then we’ll do the front panel together so we’re gonna
be going in with our base color because this is where we’re going to be working
into and then once when we have that we’re going to be inserting our hook
what I like to do is insert my hook into this shoulder chunk corner that we have
just so that this can lay down flat as well we’re just going to insert our hook
into there and then also into the first available side half double crochet that
we have so this one is occupied with the piping that we did for the shoulder so
we’re actually going to take a look at the one that’s right next to it and then
insert our hook into there insert our yarn onto our hook pull through
everything and once we have that we’re gonna do a chain up of one and then
we’re just gonna go across the row of single crochet putting one into every
side half double crochet row once we make it to this last loop we will be
inserting our hook in through this shoulder chunk corner loop as well just
like how we over here just to make this a little bit
cleaner once we get that we’re gonna chain up one and cut and then get your
secondary color ready so that we can go in with the front panel we have just
finished up going in with our row of single crochet from shoulder chunk to
shoulder chunk and then once when we have that we can start working on the
front border so what we’re gonna do is slide this up just a little bit so that
we can get this started together so into this bottom corner loop that we have we
are going to be inserting our hook into this corner loop and then from here
we’re going to insert our secondary color or whatever color you want the
front panel to be onto our hook pull through and I’m going to start off by
doing a chain up of three that counts as a double crochet once when we have our
chain up of three we are going to be working into these side double crochets
for just a little bit right before we get into the body portion so into each
of these side double crochets we’re going to be going in with two double
crochets so we’re going to prepare for a double into this first side double there
is one and two double crochets we’re gonna do the same thing into the next
here is one and two into that next side double another one and if we can two
into the next I have two more side doubles to do so let’s just stick
together really quickly there is one and then we got one more – and then here we go one and two so we
just went in putting two double crochet into each side double crochet that we
had going up our bottom border and then once we have that we are going to be
putting one double crochet into each of these regular loops that we have going
all the way up until we have just one loop left that is right next to this
single crochet row that we just did for the back once we get here we are going
to be doing a decrease just so that this first row of double crochets can curve
but I’ll meet you guys back once when we have put one double crochet into every
loop all the way up until this point so I’ve just made it all the way down with
our first row of double crochets and like I said we are now at this corner
where our shoulder portion is and we’re just going to be doing a decrease so
that our work can start to curve so that we can get that going for the back so I
just have one more loop left in here so I’m going to prepare for a double
crochet insert our hook into the last loop that we have into this front panel
that we have yarn over pull through and then into this first loop that we have
into the back panel yarn over pull through we’re going to yarn over pull
through three yarn over pull through two and that is our decrease for this
portion and then from here we’re going to continue to go down now we’re working
in the back with one double crochet into every loop that we have until we have
just one loop left into this back portion then we’re going to do the same
thing that we did here but on the other side right when we get into this corner
we’re going to be doing a decrease but I’ll meet you guys back once when we get
here so that we can do that together as well you just made it all the way down
our back portion just putting one double crochet into every loop that we had and
we did leave the last loop so that we can go into there and then also into the
first single crochet loop that we have into the front panel on this side so
let’s just do that decrease again so we’re going to prepare for a double
crochet insert our hook into that last loop that we have into this back piece
we’re gonna yarn over pull through we’re gonna angle our work just a little bit
and then we’re gonna insert our hook into the first single crochet loop that
we have into this front panel then from here we are going to yarn over pull
through you’re an over pull through three yarn
over pull through two and then that is our decrease and from here we can
continue going down putting one double crochet into every loop that we have and
the ones we get all the way down to the bottom we do have that bottom border to
do we will still be putting two double crochets into each of those side double
crochets and then once we don’t have any more loops left we’re going to be going
in with a couple rows of front and back post double crochets just like how it
went in with the bottom border in the cuff but I’ll meet you guys back so that
we can do that together as well so we’ve just gone all the way down with our
first row of double crochets for our front panel and that went all the way
around the neck and down the other side as well and then from here it was gonna
take a little bit but we’re gonna do more in front and back post double
crochets just going all the way down up and over the neck and then down the
other side we’re gonna chain up three and then go back and this is basically
gonna be the same way that we did the bottom border or the cuff just whatever
we did in the previous row so this first row we’re gonna start off by doing a
front post double crochet we’ll do that together in a second but once when we
get to the end and we’re starting our second row of front and back post double
crochets we’re just going to be repeating whatever post we had in the
previous row so if it was a front post you’re gonna do a front post on top of
that or if it was a back post you’re gonna do a back post on top of that so
it’s gonna be fairly simple and I’m gonna be doing these rows up front and
back post double crochets going around the entire border for about a total of
four rows and that’s including this first row of double crochets right here
and that’s about two inches or 5 centimeters but once when we have that
we are gonna go in with more her front and back post double crochets but it’s
just gonna be for the front portion we aren’t gonna be going into the back
portion after that but I would just want to tell you guys that now as a fair
warning to make sure that you guys don’t make this first one too thick because
this is gonna go behind the neck as well but now that we have all that out of the
way we can just go in with our first set of front and back post double crochets
and then I’ll let you guys go from there well once we get here we’re going to do
a chain up of three that counts as a double flip our work and then we’re
gonna do a front and a back post together so we’re gonna prepare for a
front post insert our hook into that post that we have in the previous row
yarn over pull through double crochet like normal prepare for another double
crochet we’re gonna go behind our work with a back post double crochet we’re
gonna yarn over pull through and double crochet like normal and we’re gonna keep
doing this all the way around up and over for as many rows as you guys want
then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can thicken up just the front portion of
our front panel and then we’ll go in with the pockets right after that so we
are back and we have just finished up going in with our front and back post
double crochets going around the entirety of our front panels so it goes
up here I’m not gonna move it because it’s difficult it’s big but it goes
around the neck portion and then down the other side as well this is all one
big piece so far and from here along this side we’re just going to extend
this out I’m just gonna be going out by two rows and then once when we get up to
the neck portion we aren’t going to be curving it and then working our way back
down we’re just gonna go in up until we get to this neck portion we’re going to
insert our hook into here with a slip stitch so I couldn’t remember the word
slip stitch and then we’re going to work our way back down so this front portion
is going to be getting thicker while the back or the back of the neck portion is
going to remain the same so from here we’re just going to continue what we
have been doing this entire time just doing front and back post double
crochets into whatever posts we have into the previous ones still maintaining
that same pattern all the way up until we get to this last post that we have
and this is going to be different for everyone if you guys need an indicator
of where to stop you guys can actually just look at this single crochet row
that we did when we were at seaming up our shoulder chunk and then whichever post is right next to that we’re just
going to stop into that post right there so it could be a front it could be a
back that is completely up to your work but either way as long as it’s somewhere
near this seam we should be good so go ahead and do a row of front and back
post double crochets all the way up until we get to where this shoulder seam
is I’ll meet you guys back to show you guys
how we’re going to connect it into the back of the neck portion so we just made
our way down with our next row of front and back post double crochets and then
we made it all the way down to this neck portion and we are going to slip stitch
it into the second loop that we have into the base and then from there we’re
going to slip stitch up the next two loops and then go back down with more
front and back loop double crochets so let’s connect it into the base together
and then we can move on from there so taking a look at where we’re at I’m just
gonna show you guys where to insert your hook this may be a little tricky so I’m
trying to show you guys the best as I can but it is staying straight instead
of curved so it might be a little confusing but the last double crochet
that I did was obviously right here this is this doesn’t matter if it’s a front
or a back post double crochet this is going to be the same but into this loop
that we have right here this loop from the previous row actually counts as this
one right here so when I say we’re going to be counting into the next two loops
that we have into our base we’re not going to be counting this first
available loop because this is actually the same as this loop that’s right on
top of it so from here we’re going to be counting out these next two loops that
have absolutely nothing into it so we’re going to count one count two you’re
gonna be inserting our hook into that second loop with a slip stitch just like
that and as you guys can see it’s starting to curve in just a little bit
and then in order to work our way up to the next row we’re going to slip stitch
into the next two loops from here we’re gonna flip our work I’m gonna do that
off camera because this is a really big piece but we’re gonna flip our work and
then work our way back down with more front and back post double crochets and
then if you guys want to add more rows than just this extra one it’s the same
thing if you guys want to work your way back up to do more rows so I’ll meet you
guys back once when I have this portion done and then I will also do the same
thing along the other side of my front panel because it will be exactly the
same and then we’ll meet each other back once we’re ready to do the pockets okay
so we are back and this is our card Ian you guys can’t see much of it because
it’s very large but then is what we have for our front panels and
then we are almost done the next thing we have to do is go in with a bunch of
pockets I’m actually going to be making four of them because this is gonna be
reversible if you guys only want them on one side put them on one or no pockets
as well whatever you guys want to do but I’m just going to show you guys how to
make this pocket size and then we’ll attach it and then we’ll be good so I
already have three pockets done we’re going to be doing the fourth one
together and I do want this pocket to be able to fit my phone so I’m going to
start off by making a base chain of five inches or thirteen centimeters and that
comes out to about 15 chains once when we have our base chain what we’re going
to do is block off that last chain with our thumb do an extra chain above one
and then into that second loop from our hook we’re going to go in with a single
crochet and then from here we’re going to put one single crochet into every
loop that we have going all the way back down our chain once we make it to the
end we’re going to do a chain up of one flip our work and then go back down with
rows of single crochet and I’m gonna keep going until I have this solid chunk
of single crochet that amounts out to four inches or 10 centimeters or 15 rows
of single crochet and then I’ll meet you guys back so that we can do this little
bit of ribbing detail that we have along the top of our pocket we’ve just gone in
with our 15 rows or our four inches or 10 centimeters and now we’re going to be
going in with our first row of double crochet that goes right on top so this
is going to be pretty simple we’re going to do a chain up of three that counts as
a double prepare for a double crochet go into that first loop with a double and
then from here we’re just going to go all the way down just the top putting
one double crochet into every loop that we have once we make it to the end we’re
going to do a chain up of three flip our work and then do one row of front and
back post single crochets just like how we’ve done the other spots where we turn
our front and back post single crochets and then from there we’re just going to
go around at the row of single crochet around the entirety of the pocket so
that it’s easier to attach and then we will be all done after we catch it but
since we are almost at the end of this first row of double crochet we’ll just
stick with each other really quick we just got two more loops there is
second-to-last and then there is two last once when we have that we’re going
to do a chain up of three flip our work and then we’re going to prepare for a
double go into that first post with a front post double crochet prepare for a
double crochet go behind that next post and go in with a back post double
crochet and then from here alternate between front and back and then once and
you guys get to that last post that we have we are going to be doing a chain up
of one and then single crocheting around the entirety of the pocket so I’ll meet
you guys back once when we get there so we can do that we have just finished up
going in with our front and back post double crochet rows from here we’re
going to go around the side the bottom and around the other side with a row of
single crochets so from here we’re going to do a chain up of one and we’re going
to be working into these side double crochets first so into this first side
double crochet we’re going to go in with two singles we have one more side double
we’re going to go in with two singles into there and then from here we’re just
going to be putting one single into every side single crochet row that we
have so if you guys did the same amount of rows that I did we are going to end
up not counting this little chunk of double crochet in front and back post
double crochets we should have a total of 15 single crochets just along this
bottom portion right here and then once when we get to the corner we’re going to
do a chain out of one turn our work just a little bit and then work along the
bottom and that chain out of one is just to help us maintain that corner so it
doesn’t get smushed when we try to turn our work so since we are almost at the
end we’re just going to stick with each other we have this last loop to go into
and once when you go into there we’re going to do a chain out of one turn our
work now we’re going to be working along the bottom insert our hook into that
first loop that we have on the bottom and then single crochet and then put one
single crochet and see each of these loops this part is going to be normal
because these are regular loops once we get to the other corner do a chain out
of one and then put one single crochet into
every side single crochet row that we have and the ones we make it over to the
double crochet and front and back post double crochets we’re going to be
putting two singles into each of those and once we get to the end go ahead and
cut and tie and then if you guys are making yours reversible go ahead and
make one more pocket just so we can get one side done and then I’ll meet you
guys back so that we can attach it all together so we have our pockets all
finished up and now we are ready to just sew them into our work so what I’m going
to recommend you guys do from here is try on the cardigan and then insert a
stitch marker where you guys want the pockets to lay that is going to be
completely up to you guys but once when we have figured that out if you guys are
doing a reversible cardigan and you guys are putting pockets on both sides you’re
going to want to grab both of your pockets like the first one down on top
just like how I did right here and then from here we’re going to be inserting
our tapestry needle with our working yarn into it into one of the top corners
and then from here all we’re gonna do is just place it behind our work and then
since I want my pocket to start right here I’m going to find that loop on the
bottom side insert my let’s first take out the stitch marker and then insert my
needle underneath and then bring this on through and then this part is going to
be pretty self-explanatory so I’m not going to stick with you guys for this
also because I don’t have any tips this is just sewing everything together but
all you guys are going to do is just weave our tapestry needle in and out of
every loop making sure that it’s going in to the same row along the body of the
cardigan and also into the same stitches when you go across and then once we have
that we’re just going to tie it nice and tight to make sure that it’s secure and
then do the same thing on the other side and then once when we have that I’ll
meet you guys back to show you guys what we’re looking at and once when we are
done with going in with our pockets on both sides we are all done the last
thing that we need to do is just weave in all of our ends here is the remake to our beloved
reversible cardigan with some improvements and a pattern to follow
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