Added Feb 24, 2013
I found this fabric when looking for another one. Even though I sort of had this agreement with myself to not buy any other fabrics then I was looking for, I liked this one so much that I had to buy it. I immediately envisioned a litte cardigan.
I made it the next day, so I felt less guilty for buying it :-)
The patterns is a rub off from an existing cardigan I already owned. It has very simple raglan sleeves. I think they fit better than normal sleeve inset… Or maybe that’s just me!
Since I never close my cardigans, I didn’t add buttons. You can also see it’s shorter than normal cardigans, that’s because I like to wear a lot of high waisted dresses and skirts and I think shorter cardigans look nicer on those types of skirts/dresses.
1.25 m printed cotton knit (€8.95/m)
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