Boy wearing green and blue cardigan and girl wearing blue and yellow cardigan made from the academie cardigan sewing pattern

Call for Testers: The Academie Cardigan

The Academie Cardigan Sewing Pattern

The Academie Cardigan Sewing Pattern for Kids, Misses, and Dolls is a fun and effortless V neck cardigan that you can quickly make in a single afternoon.  Option A is a simple v-neck cardigan with either matching or contrasting trim.  Option B is a cute, updated “letter sweater” with stripes on one sleeve, pockets and a varsity letter.  The entire alphabet is included so you can use whatever initial you want!  Girly’s Kit Kittredge doll even got her own “K” sweater to match!

We’re starting our testing round on Tuesday January 8 and wrapping up Tuesday January 15.

Sizes:  Kids sewing pattern (12m-12y), 18″ doll sewing pattern (like American Girl or Madame Alexander) and Teen/Misses sewing pattern.  All 3 sizes will be run simultaneously so you can make a matching set for everyone!

Materials:  Knit jersey or interlock in 1 or 2 colors, buttons or snaps.  A serger makes this project super quick but can also be done entirely on a sewing machine with a stretch stitch.




Girl wearing southwest style cardigan made from the Academie Cardigan sewing pattern in the snow in front of giant arrows.

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