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Pattern Review: Fae Cardigan & Duster From Made for Mermaids (2022)

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If you’re searching for a good cardigan pattern, I’m satisfied with the one from Made for Mermaids. It is a quick stitching task with whole lots of options. I like that I can use it for both dressy and also informal occasions.

The Fae Cardigan Duster pattern was consisted of in my month-to-month stitching registration box from ThreadCrate I like that I obtain to attempt something new every month. If you want to offer ThreadCrate a try, you can obtain 10% off with code: Society 10.

Fae Cardigan Duster Review

GO HERE to Get the Fae Cardigan Pattern

Pattern Description: Women’s cardigan with three size choices (tunic, cardi, and duster, two neckband choices (straight as well as serape), four sleeve alternatives (fitted, 3/ 4, lights, and color-blocked lantern), and optional front pockets.

Time to Sew: 30 Minutes

Problem: Beginner

Layout: PDF (Regular 8.5 × 11) Instant Download or A0 Print Shop Copy

I made 2 versions of the Fae cardigan The deep purple is the cardi size with routine neckband and also light sleeves. The blue-green is the tunic length with shawl collar and also fitted sleeves. Right here are some photos of me using it:

I prefer the fitted sleeves. The light sleeves are quite, but they obstruct. I think the stolen collar is prettier, yet I like both the stole and normal neckbands. Beware that the shoulder seams on this cardigan pattern are slouchy. They drop part means down your arms.

I seem like the sizing is a little bit huge from Made for Mermaids, so if you’re in between dimensions, pick the smaller sized one. This Fae cardigan is very low.

Materials Needed to Sew the Fae Cardigan

I used a four-way stretch knit for both of my cardigans. I got the fabric inside my month-to-month stitching registration box from ThreadCrate If you’re interested in subscribing, you can obtain 10% off with the code: Society 10. This sewing subscription box is cool since they send you a females’s sewing pattern on a monthly basis, along with all the textile and also concepts you need to make it. Great deals of shock stitching rewards are additionally consisted of.

Here are the ideas you’ll require to purchase to sew the Fae cardigan:

  • 2-3 yards of material, depending on the size you wish to make.
  • Control thread

I utilized a serger to finish this entire job. You can make use of an embroidery machine, but I believe it’s simpler to sew knits with a serger and me such as the finished edge it develops. If you’re brand-new to stitching with knits, I recommend you review my article on How to Sew Stretchy Fabrics Without Losing Your Mind.

If you intend to sew the Fae cardigan, I produced a SEW ALONG to aid you out. Do not be afraid.

Allow me to recognize if you attempt this cardigan pattern I ‘d enjoy seeing images!

References
  • sewingsociety.com