Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton
Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton

Everyday Cardigan PATTERN- Big Cotton

Vendor
Loopy Mango
Regular price
$8.00
Sale price
$8.00
Unit price
per 

Everyday Cardigan is knit in classic seed stitch- easily achieved by alternating knit and purl stitches to create the signature “seed” bumps. It is an easy-wearing cardigan knit flat from the bottom of the back panel up, over the shoulders, and down the front panels. You’ll pick up stitches for sleeves knit in the round before finishing the cardigan with a neckband and two front pockets. Buttons are an optional addition- and, due to the large gauge, there is no need to incorporate button holes!

This listing is for the pattern only. After checkout, you will receive a digital copy of the pattern by email. 

If you would like to buy the full DIY Kit for this style, you can do so here.

We also have a Merino No. 5 version of this pattern! You can purchase both patterns together, for a discounted price, here

BIG COTTON VERSION

Pattern level: Intermediate

Sizes:  XS/S - 3X

Materials:

  • Loopy Mango Big Cotton Yarn 48 yds 43 m | 100 g 3.5 oz each, 100% cotton
  • Size US 17 (12 mm) circular needles 32'' (80 cm) in length 

Gauge:  6 sts and 8 rows /3’’ in Rib Stitch, 5 sts and 8 rows /3” in Seed Stitch

Scroll right to see full chart:

Size

Yarn Amount

Width

Length

XS/S

8 balls

20” 51 cm

15.5” 39 cm

S/M

9 balls

22” 56 cm

17” 43 cm

M/L

11 balls

24” 61 cm

19” 48 cm

L/XL

12 balls

26” 66 cm

21.5” 55 cm

2X

13 balls

27” 69 cm

23” 58 cm

3X

14 balls

28” 71 cm

24” 61 cm


Helpful video tutorials for this project:

  1. How to knit Seed Stitch
  2. How to Knit the front panels of a cardigan
  3. How to Knit the neckband for cardigans
  4. Picking up stitches for the sleeve
  5. How to K2TOG
  6. How to seam sides together