Crochet long jacket with hexagonal motif

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Crochet cardigan with hexagonal motif

I’m going to share a crochet pattern I like this week. This is a wonderful crochet jacket pattern made of hexagonal motifs. In fact, we can wear this cardigan every season, but the colors and the fact that it is a crochet can cause you to chill in winter.

Abbreviations

Terms:
ch-chain
st(s) – slitdrtert
dc-double crohcet
sl – slip rtitch
dctog – double crochet together
tr = treble crochet
trtog – treble crochet together
(…) – total number of sts
Yarn: Aliza Batik Yarn [Yarn (9096 cotton. 196 polyester, 280 m / 50 g) – 450 (500) grams of blue-green / beige with a gradient effect]
Crochet Hook Size: 3.0 mm
Dimensions: 36/40
Ch. end Instructions: HEXAGON

Round 0: Ch 10 and sl into a ring

Round 1: Ch3, 2dc into ring, ch2, .3dc into ring, ch2., repeat .4 more times. sl into 3rd chain to join.

Round 2: Ch3, do into same st, do into next st, 2dctog into 3rd st. ch3, .2dctog into 1st do rt of previous row; dc into 2nd dc st of previous row; 2drtog into 3rd dc rt of previous row; sl to join.

Round 3: Chtl, tr 4 together into each previous dc st. ch3, M into ch3 space, ch 5, M into ch 3 space again, ch3, ltiatog into each previous dc st. ch3, tr into ch3 space, ch 5, tr into ch 3 space again, ch3,`, repeat 4 more limes. sl to join.
Round 4: Chi, als into previous ch3 space, rtdc, 3ch, 3drt into previous ch 5 space, 3dc into next ch3 space. dc into tr5tog st, .3dc into previous ch3 space, rtdc, 3ch, 3dcl into previous ch 5 space, 3dc into next ch3 spaceā€¦, repeat 4 more limes, sl to join
Round 5: ch3, ch2, lsk 2 sts with 1 dc[ to the end. Total 36 dc including 1st ch3.

Round 6: [ch3 as do 2dc i into each previous spaces.3, ch3, 3dctog into each previous spaces.6, ch3′, repeat 4 more limes. 3dctog into each previous spaces.3, sl to join.

Round 7: ch3 as do dc irto next st, ch 2, sk2, dc, do ch2, sk2, dc, do ch3, .dc, dc, ch2, slrt, repeat 5 times; drtl, repeat 4 more times, .dc, dS ch2, stall repeat 3 times, sl to join.

Round 8: a12, ch3 as do, 3ddog into ch2 space, 4dctog into next ch2 space, l2dc, ch2, 2drt into previous ch3 space..ildrtog into next ch2 space, repeat 4 more times, Pdo ch2, 2drt into previous ch3 space.., repeat .4 more limes. 4dctog into next dig space 3 limes again, sl to join.

Round 0: chl, ch5, sc between each 4dctog space, repeat 47 times, 0103, dc to join.
Round 10: chl, rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 space. sc into next ch5 space. rtdclog, ch2, 3d tog] into 1st ch s space.
13dctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 sport. sc into next ch5 space. rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 space. sc into next ch5 space. rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogj into 1st ch5 space. sc into next ch5 space. rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 space.. repeat 4 more times.
rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 space. sc into next ch5 space. rtdctog, ch2, 3dctogl into 1st ch5 space. sl to join.

Round 11. 4rt, chl, sc into ch3 space, chi, 2 sc into next ch3 space, ch.’, tr between 3dflog;.ch4, sc into next ch3 space, ch7, sc into next ch3 space, ch7, sc into next ch3 space, ch7, 2 sc into next ch3 space, chtl, M between 3dctor, repeat 4 more times.

chtl, sc into next ch3 space, ch7, sc into next ch3 space, ch7, sl to finish

Chema 1
Chema 1
Chema 2
Chema 2

5 COMMENTS

  1. This is a lovely jacket that I would like to make. Please would the donor explain how many motifs to make and how to join them to make a back, 2 fronts and 2 sleeves and then a jacket?

  2. I do not understand most of your abbreviations, e.g. Chi, ltiatog, Chtl, etc- they are not in you list.
    Need a lot more explanation to follow this pattern.

  3. This is truly a beautiful jacket I plan to make. Thank you for providing a graph because the directions are not easy to follow at all. I have been crocheting for well over 50 years and I can honestly say I have never seen a crochet pattern written like this. I am sure some of the abbreviations and verbage is your own personal code. Unfortunately, we are not privy to this information. Given you was born in the US and your experience is impressive, I am truly surprised by your crochet pattern writing skills which unfortunately leaves much to be desired. I appreciate your expertise, but I feel it would be much better written with accepted crochet pattern writing abbreviations and wording. I know there are no hard and fast rules, but writing the pattern in basic accepted crochet wording and abbreviations would be much appreciated. Maybe tech editing would help with this. Who knows, if someone wants to make this pattern badly enough, maybe they will learn how to read graphs. Haha Please accept this as constructive only, not malicious. Good luck to all. Blessings, Deb

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