Knit cardigan pattern with crochet buttons PDF tutorial - ideal for your first knit sweater raglan pattern - short cardigan and round button

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This easy raglan sweater knitting pattern is perfect for your first raglan project! Constructed from the collar down, you simply make increases to shape the shoulders. That means no seaming! It's a quick pattern that uses worsted weight cotton yarn and works up quickly. The Bonbon Cardigan is not only simple-- it's adorable! Minimal shaping means it's perfectly symmetrical so you can wear the buttons in the front or the back for a fun touch. The step-by-step pattern includes detailed instructions that will have you facing your fears and knitting a raglan sweater in no time!

This printable PDF pattern includes the sweater and the easy DIY crochet buttons. Single crochet stitches, a bit of stuffing, and this easy pattern are all you need. Make them any color you'd like to accessorize your handmade wardrobe or jazz up a store-bought item. You'll never be limited by store-bought buttons again!

This listing includes both the Bonbon Knit Cardigan pattern and the Bonbon Crochet Button pattern bundled at a discounted price.

/CARDIGAN PATTERN DETAILS
• Size XS to 5XL
• Worn 2 ways: buttons in the back or in the front
• 3/4 length sleeves & full-length option
• Beginner-friendly knitting pattern
• Illustrated step-by-step photos

/BUTTONS PATTERN DETAILS
• 1.5 cm / 0.5" diameter
• Beginner crochet pattern
• US crochet notations
• Illustrated step-by-step photos

/MATERIALS
• 5.5 mm/ US 9 knitting needles.
• Worsted weight milk cotton yarn (9 to 16 50g skeins depending on size)
• 4 stitch markers
• 2.5 mm / US 1 crochet hook.
• Fingering weight cotton yarn. You need about 3m / 3.3 yard per button
• Tapestry needle
• Stuffing

All my patterns are in English, using standard knitting and crochet terms but with tons of step by step pictures and more detailed explanations to make sure they are extra easy to follow even if you’re not a knit/crochet expert.

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Charlene Sargent Oct 13, 2021

2 out of 5 stars

This looked like a great pattern and I was expecting the best possible result. However I should have realized that something was amiss when I couldn’t Get the gauge right. With K the gauge was too large and with the J the gauge was too small. What a conundrum! So I wrote a text to the designer (who had promised to answer every question). No reply. Well foolish me I started the sweater again using the dimensions for size medium!! It was crazy large! I frogged it. Using my personal measurements I have nearly completed this project. While the sweater is suppose to be large toI must say this sweater pushes the limit and has frazzled my nerves. This is a gift that will never be given.

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Lee Jul 24, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Havent knitted it yet however the pattern looks easy

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Joan Gillespie Jan 22, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Easy to follow. I am knitting for homeless in the Philadelphia area, so I need simple patterns. This was it! I made 2 so far.

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