Rylan sweater crochet pattern

Rylan Cardigan for Big Kids and Teens

I’m excited to share a new free crochet pattern! There is now a Rylan Cardigan for big kids and teens!

Rylan Crochet Sweater Pattern

When the Rylan Baby and Toddler pattern came out a couple weeks ago, I had some requests for larger sizes. So I’ve been busy creating sizes 8 – 16 as a separate (free!) pattern.

I wasn’t sure what my daughter, age 10, would think of this pattern, but she loves it! (Insert happy dance here!)

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Egg Cozies Crochet Pattern

Today I have a fun Easter egg cozies crochet pattern to share with you!

These cozies are a pretty addition to any Easter or spring table. You could make several to use as a centerpiece or place one at each guest’s plate to take home as a favor to treasure.

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crochet baby sweater pattern

Bobble Baby Cardigan Crochet Pattern

I have a fun new baby sweater pattern to share with you today! The Rylan cardigan is the cutest new crochet pattern for boys and girls 3 months to 6 years.

I wanted to design a sweater that could be your go-to pattern for baby showers, birthdays, any type of gift giving, really! I love it on girls and boys, it has a great structure to it and is perfect for any season.

I also made a full length video tutorial for you! If you are just learning how to crochet and have made a few other projects, I think this sweater would be a great next step for you. It is really pretty simple and straightforward. Plus, it’s a baby sweater, so it goes pretty quickly!

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chunky bobble blanket

Chunky Bobble Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

I’m excited to share with you a new FREE blanket pattern and video!

This cozy blanket is one of my favorites for snuggling on the couch. It’s big and warm and just the right amount of heaviness.

The new free pattern comes with calculations on how to get started if you want to make the blanket a different size. This would make such a cute baby gift!

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Hartley crochet sweater pattern

The Hartley Sweater Crochet Pattern

Today I’m excited to announce my newest design: The Hartley Crochet Pattern for women!

Hartley crochet sweater pattern by Teal & Finch

I wanted to create a sweater that made a bold statement and was a lot of fun to wear. And, I have to say, this one certainly fits the bill!

Crocheting bobbles is one of my favorite things…and I knew I wanted to go big with them. I’ve been seeing them around a lot lately and I really like the feminine yet playful look they provide.

The Hartley crochet pattern has a circular yoke, which you may have guessed is one of my favorite design techniques. You can try it on as you go and easily adjust sizing for the perfect fit.

Maybe the best part this sweater is the super bulky yarn. Combine that with the shorter length and you might be able to make this sweater in a weekend. Bring on the movies and hot chocolate! (Doesn’t that sound like the perfect winter weekend?)

The pattern has 5 sizes from women’s XS to 4X and comes with links to 6 videos to help you along the way. So a confident beginner could definitely rock this sweater.

I hope you enjoy and share your makes with me, I love to see them! @tealandfinch

Purchase the pattern on Etsy.

Purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

Purchase the pattern on Love Crochet.

Want more super bulky sweater patterns? Check out the Cozy Day sweater. There’s one for women and one for kids, too.

The Cozy Day Crochet Pullover

I have a super warm and cozy pattern for women to share with you today: The Cozy Day Crochet Pullover!

cozy day pullover crochet pattern

Because it’s January and time for some super bulky yarn…even in Northern California… it’s COLD.

I love this pullover because it works up FAST and is seriously WARM. The short length makes it even quicker without sacrificing warmth.

The Cozy Day Crochet sweater is a drop shoulder pattern, so the front and back are two rectangles. The front neck has simple shaping for a beautiful ballet neckline.

There is a link to a video in the pattern to give you a visual of how to work the neckline finishing. You can check that out here.

Side vents are easy to create with the back being longer than the front – I just love this look!

The women’s pattern includes SIX sizes from XS to 2X.

There is also a separate children’s pattern which includes sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12. So you can make one for yourself and a matching one for your favorite little person. Or give them as a gift to the girls in your life.

Cozy day pullover child

My daughter loves how warm and cozy hers is. Plus of course matching with mom is the best.

I hope you enjoy and stay cozy! Share your makes with me on Instagram @tealandfinch. I LOVE to see them!

Women’s Pattern Links:

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Etsy.

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Ravelry.

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Love Crochet.

Kids Pattern Links:

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Etsy.

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Ravelry.

Purchase the Cozy Day Pullover on Love Crochet.

Do you love working with super bulky yarn? Me too! The Snuggle Up crochet sweater is also made with super bulky yarn.

woman wearing super bulky crochet sweater pattern

The Willow Crochet Cardigan

I have a fun new pattern for kids to share with you today: The Willow Crochet Cardigan for babies and kids!

Willow Cardigan pattern

I wanted to make a long cardigan for my daughters. I think they see my long sweaters and wish they had one too, so I decided to make one that went past their hips that they could wear with jeans.

Kids cardigan pattern

The Willow cardigan features simple crossed double crochets worked with DK weight yarn. I used squishy soft merino, my absolute favorite type of yarn. I love the way it squishes and it ends up being so warm and cozy.

The circular yoke pattern is great for kids because you can try it on as you go. My daughters always cringe when I need to try it on them *again* but they are used to it by now!

The The Willow Crochet Cardigan pattern includes SIX sizes from babies to youth 14, so you can make one for all your favorite kiddos. I hope you enjoy!

Purchase the pattern on Etsy.

Purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

Purchase the pattern on Love Crochet.

For more crochet patterns for kids, check out the Dahlia Sweater, it’s one of my most popular!

Crochet Vest Pattern with Jumbo Yarn

Hi Crochet Friends! Today I’m happy to share with you a new crochet vest pattern in 3 sizes made with jumbo yarn.

Crochet Vest Pattern with Jumbo Yarn

This layering piece made from jumbo/giant yarn is a quick and easy make!  I love it for wearing over other sweaters or just with a t-shirt and jeans.  The pattern includes three sizes: child, women’s regular, and plus size.  As you can see, the vest has a loose fit and can be worn with 4-10″ positive ease.

It’s a very quick and easy project, just in time for gift-giving or a wardrobe update for yourself. The crochet pattern calls for a P/15mm crochet hook and giant/jumbo yarn.  I used Lana Grossa Estremo, which I got from LoveCrochet. Unfortunately, it is no longer available there.  However, you are sure to find other jumbo yarn that call for a P hook (I found one here.)

The beginner-friendly pattern is easy to follow and great for fall/winter layering. I hope you enjoy and share your makes with me!

Buy the pattern on Etsy.

Buy the pattern on Ravelry.

Buy the pattern on LoveCrochet.

Share your work on Instagram with #tealandfinch.

Enjoy! Happy crocheting!

P.S. If you love super bulky yarn and want to make yourself a sweater, take a look at the Snuggle Up Sweater. It’s one of my most popular designs!

Dahlia sweater by Teal and Finch-6694

Dahlia Crochet Sweater Pattern Update

Today I’m excited to share with you an update my Dahlia crochet sweater pattern!

Dahlia Crochet Sweater Pattern

I love this sweet sweater with the layers of puff stitches around the neckline.  The wrist puffs just add that extra finishing touch to make this sweater really special.

Dahlia sweater by Teal and Finch-6694

You can see all the features and details in the original blog post that came out when I first published the Dahlia pattern.  Not much has changed, just a few tweaks here and there. The changes focus mainly on the women’s sleeve and a small adjustment to the body and sleeve division.

Dahlia sweater by Teal and Finch-6696

Did you know there’s also a baby version of the pattern? The Dahlia baby features a back neck slit with button closure to accommodate baby’s head.  So you can truly make this sweater in just about every size.

Dahlia Baby

I hope you enjoy!

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

Today we have a new easy everyday crochet cardigan pattern to share with you all! Maylee is such a cozy, beginner friendly sweater and it whips up very quickly.

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

I love the longer style and casual, no buttons opening. It’s great for layering and creating a relaxed look.  This is my go-to style for winter, so I decided to design one that I would love to wear every day!

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

The Maylee pattern calls for bulky yarn, so this sweater is a fairly quick project. Faster than crocheting a blanket, which I no longer seem to have the patience for…sad!

You can find the pattern on Etsy.

Or on Ravelry, of course.

And my growing favorite place to find yarn and patterns, Love Crochet.

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

The drop shoulder design features five panels that are sewn together as you go.  Two sets of panels are exactly the same, making things even easier.  Included in the pattern are women’s sizes XS, S, M/L, XL, and 2X, perfect for making one for yourself and one for a friend.

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

Shown here is Knit Picks Simply Wool in the color Wilbur. I loved working with this yarn. It was easy to work with and I’m finding it to wear very well, too. I’ve never had a wool sweater before and I like it!

Easy Everyday Crochet Cardigan Pattern

The only supplies you’ll need is a 7mm crochet hook (or size to get gauge) and a tapestry needle. I really like using these sewing clips to hold the pieces when I sewed the panels together. But those are optional, of course.  I also like to use stitch markers to keep track of counting rows. Or tally marks scrawled on the pattern page work, too!

Maylee Crochet Sweater Pattern

If you decide to give it a try, let me know how it goes!

You can find the pattern on Etsy.

Or on Ravelry, of course.

And my growing favorite place to find yarn and patterns, Love Crochet.

Thanks for reading, my crochet friends. I hope you enjoy!

Easy crochet cardigan sweater made with bulky wool yarn. Pattern in women's sizes XS-2X.