Added Mar 13, 2013
Drapped cardigan. I had seen some variations of this very easy cardiagan in several places on the web (etsy stores, tutorials etc) and also at several stores made of a variety of materials such as jersey, or airy sheer fabrics. The pattern is a simple rectangle piece folded in half and sewn in a way that two holes for the hands are created. I added my personal touch by sewing two tubes at these holes to create sleeves.
jersey fabric with nice drape for a sleeved version, or any drapey fabric you like if you want it sleeveless
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