Chevron Lace Cardigan: The Yoke


I’m finally coming into my own in the crochet world. That’s right, folks: I’ve started my first cardigan! (Yes, I am aware that the high in Brooklyn for at least the next week is 90 degrees. What of if?)

I’m just about done with the yoke, and I couldn’t be more pleased with how it’s turning out. In the not too distant future, I will look like one spectacularly sassy little old lady in a fancy new lace sweater! (Mind you, I always kind of look like a sassy little old lady.)

For those of you on Ravelry, I’m using this Chevron Lace Cardigan pattern.

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7 comments

  1. Misty says:

    I haven't yet braved a crochet garment (partly because I'm unreasonably stuck in the mindset that crochet is for home decor, partly because I fudge my crocheted edges a lot) but that is such a pretty pattern I may give it a whirl. Summer's the perfect time for a cardigan for me because my office building goes crazy on the air conditioning! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Nancie says:

    I am making the chevron lace cardigan. I am having a problem with the sixth row, which is the fifth row repeated. The end of the the 6th row does not lay in line with the 5th row. Am I doing something wrong? Can you please help? Thank you!!!

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