This chunky cardigan knitting pattern is so simple and easy even beginner knitters can create their own wardrobe. The cropped shape and seed stitch texture make this a showstopper that will grab all of the attention.
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This is an oversize knit so size isn't important but measurements are given up to XL.
The finished sweater in size S/M is approximately 46cm (18inches) long and fits up to 38 inch chest. The largest size XL will fit chest sizes up to 46 inches.
Super Bulky Yarn (size 6) approximately 520m (800m for Size XL)
12mm knitting needles (US size 17) available here: https://kingandeye.shop/collections/crochet-hooks-knitting-needles
Scissors, measuring tape, pins or stitch markers and Tapestry needle
The sweater can be made in loose knit cotton for a Spring or Autumn cover up or why not order some super soft luxurious chunky merino yarn to create a winter woolly that everyone will be envious of?
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NOTE: This listing is for the purchase of the pattern ONLY, not the actual finished item. You will be receiving a digital download of instructions on how to make your own. I am happy to answer any questions that you may have when creating your own cardigan from the pattern, just convo me and I'll do my best to help you.
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Knitting Pattern - Chunky Knit Cropped Cardigan
It's so easy to follow short but good explanation 😊 I could have used some pictures