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Cocoon Cardigan 11/2013 #107



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Women’s cardigan sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

Cozy cardigans aren’t just for knitters! This pattern wraps you in warmth, so you can wear your flirty dresses all year round. Just slip on this sweater and a pair of tights.

This pattern is from the Ivy League collection.

Recommended Materials

Brushed fab­rics.

Amount of Fabrics

Brushed fabric,
width: 140 cm (55 ins)
length: 2.20 – 2.30 – 2.40 – 2.60 – 2.70 m
(2 1/2 – 2 5/8 – 2 5/8 – 2 7/8 – 3 yds).


Satin bias tape, pre-folded, 2 cm (3/4 in) wide: 1.90 m (2 1/8 yds).

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Feb 20, 2017, 06.06 PMby jlangdon

    Can someone explain the shoulder seam? To you really sew seam 5 to each other at the top of the sleeve pieces? Or are they part of the neckline? When sewn together they make a corner on the shoulder, which seems like it has to be incorrect.

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    Nov 21, 2013, 09.43 AMby Billymor

    Can anyone please clerify this part of the instruction about the bias tape: “Baste to upper sleave seam edges of sleeve backs, beginning at neck edge. Stitch shoulder seams and upper sleave seams as continuous seams. Neaten seam allowances together and press onto back” As far as i understand this it means that I am supposed to overlock on top of the bias tape? What is the reason for adding bias tape on the sleeve seam edges?

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      Nov 25, 2013, 05.29 AMby rita61

      Yes, that is the same way I interpreted the directions; it is to stabilize the seam. I didn’t do it, as it made it to bulky with the fabric I used. I didn’t use binding on the pockets either. I used woolly nylon in the serger looper’s to keep the seam edges soft. Looking forward to seeing your version.

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    Oct 23, 2013, 04.18 AMby Pegann3

    I absolutely love this collection! I consider myself a novice, beginner… the only way to improve is to continue to sew patterns you fall in love with or want to have in your closet for the season. So far, I only have sewn for me and I have worn the simple summer pieces I did complete. I am really only teaching myself but I can’t wait to try one of these pieces. Thank you for the entire collection, what an inspiration.
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