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Hey friends!!! I KNOW I’m a bit late but here is my Harry Styles inspired cardigan tutorial, MORE CUTE! I felt like the paste colours and the little bow finish up the cardigan in a more girly and trendy way. Hope you enjoy this crocheting tutorial. Make sure to like and subscribe for more videos! Enjoy 🙂

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  1. shyanha says:

    I'd like to recommend a correction. Bravo is DK weight / 8 ply. Chunky is going to be far bigger than the Bravo. From Schachenmayr's site: Bravo's gauge is 22 stitches, 30 rows to 10cm (4 in) and is "size 3" where a bulky yarn is going to be closer to 12–15 stitches to 10 cm (4 in) and is "size 5". Recommended hook for Bravo is (going by craftyarncouncil) going to be a 4.5 – 5.5 mm hook where a true bulky is going to be 6.5 – 9 mm.

    Your pattern uses a 5.0 mm hook which would make a true bulky yarn Reaaaaally tight and the cardigan may be sized incorrectly once finished, and probably rather stiff (think the little boy in A Christmas Story with his winter gear on, lol). If folks use a DK weight yarn (also Sport – it gets convoluted!) and the same 5.0 mm hook they should be good. 🙂 DROPs yarn group B yarns / Paton's Fairytale Fab DK / PREMIER YARNS Basix DK / Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn! Sport / Loops and Threads Snuggly Wuggly are some I was able to find that will be similar in weight so gauge should be about the same. If you go to yarnsub dot com it's easy to compare yarns to find a substitute But they tend to list yarns that US folks will have to order, which is why I offered the gauge information – most yarns have their gauge printed on the label so it's easy enough to shop for in person.. 🧶

    Not trying to step on toes – just want to help ensure fellow crocheters get the correct yarn to make this spectacular cardigan! 🤗 PS: DK is going to be less expensive than bulky so that's a bonus! You'll get more length for the same money (e.g. 50 g of bulky may be 100 m where 50 g of DK is going to be closer to 133 m).

    Edit: for those in the US who Really want to order the Schachenmayr yarn (it's an Excellent brand – I love love love their natural fiber yarns), try Wool Warehouse out of Leamington Spa, UK. The shipping is surprisingly reasonable, as are their prices, and their employees are the best. I get a handwritten response on my invoice to every note I send with my order (usually I send a simple greeting from Florida). Anyway, WW opens a whole world of yarn options. Hobbii is another good one I've used – also superb customer service and I get a fun freebie with each order (last time it was a simple digital stitch counter).

  2. guys i need an answer pleaseee

  3. how many squares you need???

  4. it looks gorgeous! I think you should sell this online =) Congratulations!

  5. Kyla Sanae says:

    How many squares in all would you say this is? Loved this tutorial! Want to try it this week

  6. I am currently trying to achieve this.

    Made my calculations based on the chart on Pinterest:

    60 sqares and two half squares total. (61squares)

    For the arms you need 18 squares in total for each arm but you will need to make some of them smaller.
    So for the arms, you will need:

    12sq of 19st
    12sq of 17st
    12sq of 15 st

    For the rest of the body you will need 24sq of 19st (12 sqs plus 2 halfs in the front, 12sq for the back).

    Total of sq needed with 19st = 36 total (including the 12 for the arms)
    Total of sq needed with 17st = 12 (arms)
    Total of sq needed with 15st = 12 (arms)

    Total sq = 60. You still need to do the 2 halfs, and that gets you 61.

    Colourwise I have bought: Rose (08206), Mulberry (08044), Lilarosa (08343), Airforce (08362), Mintblau (08366) and Weiss (08224). All BRAVO by Schachenmayr. 2 of each except from the white 08224 which I only ordered one.

    I made:

    Rose (08206): 5sq with 19st, 3sq with 17st, 2sq with 15st and half sq
    Mulberry (08044): 8sq with 19st, 3sq with 17st and 2sq with 15st
    Lilarosa (08343): 5sq with 19st, 3sq with 17st and 2sq with 15st
    Airforce (08362): 7sq with 19st, 2sq with 17st, 2sq with 15st and half sq
    Mintblau (08366): 5sq with 19st, 3sq with 17st and 2sq with 15st
    Combined colours sqares – Make 6 of each. I made 6 different ones using different colour combination each time.

    Still work in progress but I had to make this plan ahead of starting so I had an idea of the work required.
    Hope this helps! (and makes sense 🙂 )


  7. Can u write cm for one square?? 🙂

  8. minnie saab says:

    Mr. Cute! ❤❤❤❤❤

  9. Um hey henri. I just wanted to ask how many squares do you need? In total. Thank youuuu and thanks for this amazing tutorial

  10. flower shine says:

    Okaaay….it'so so cute,i love it,i must do it!!! Fighting !!! ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  11. Len says:

    I watched your embroidery video and was amazed how you explained it so easy and i really wanted to do it too but i actrually did not believe i could crochet a cardigan but you explained this one really amazing as well, you are really a life saver henri. Throughout the video i was only thinking how amazing you are ! Really thank you, thanks to you i will do something good with my time. 🙂

  12. Hailey M says:

    im currently making this and its turning out so niceeeee

  13. Tmer Tmer says:

    was 300 grams enough to complete the whole cardigan? – love this design

  14. How many squares do you need?

  15. Hi! Are all of your patches 10×10 cm? (expect for those on the sleeve and armpit) cause mine are also 10×10 and yours looks so much bigger than mine

  16. thank you soooo much for making a tutorial that is easy to follow 🙂 i'm a little confused on how to make the sleeves haha i'm still new to crocheting

  17. hi! i was wondering how you would stitch together the smaller squares on the arm to the bigger ones? thanks:)

  18. Bea Alluna says:

    I'm working on a cardigan so this really help 😌

  19. Connie says:

    how many balls of each yarn is it that i’ll need ?? 🙂

  20. My world says:

    Okay thank u my friend bday is so soon so I got to make her a facecloth towel and blanket

  21. Manali CK says:

    Will you be my brother?🤧🤧🤧

  22. How long does it actually take to make one of these masterpieces?? 🌸

  23. I wanna try this, but like with different colors, what colors would you recommend?

  24. Sooooooo cute, both of you😊

  25. Thanks for uploading! If you have a second, I recorded a cover of Billie Eilish. As a fellow music lover, I'd love if you would check it out. It's on my page. Hope you enjoy!