Description

Pure Comfort Cardigan is an original design by Andrea Yetman for Biscotte Yarns ♥ We are happy to offer this cardigan pattern free of charge.

"I wanted a cardigan that would be ideal for everyday wear in a color that would match just about everything. The longer style with pockets and a Fisherman’s Rib shawl collar, this design has everything that I look for in a cozy everyday cardigan. Knit with Biscotte’s DK Pure, a combination of Merino and Silk, this cardigan is not only the perfect amount of comfort but the perfect amount of softness." - Andrea.

SIZES XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)

YARN

Biscotte Yarns: DK Pure 238m / 260yds / 90% Merino Superwash and 10% Silk. Sample uses: Bouclier. 7 (7, 8, 8, 9, 9) skeins.

NEEDLES

Main Fabric: 4mm (US#6) – Circulars needles of at least 30 inches (75 cm) (Or size needed to obtain gauge) and DPN’s

Ribbing: 2 sets of 3.75mm (US#5) – Circulars needles: one of at least 22 inches (55 cm) and one of 37 inches (93 cm) for picking up stitches around the collar and DPN’s

NOTIONS

GAUGE 23sts and 30 rows = 4 inches; 10 cm on Stockinette stitch. Sample in photo is size S on a 34 inch bust.

To attach the pocket lining to the cardigan click HERE for a blog tutorial: Put a Pocket on It

Pure Comfort Cardigan Schematic

This pattern is offered free of charge as a PDF document. You have to add this pattern to your cart and follow every step to place a $0 order and a link to download the pattern will be sent by email. Enjoy!

2021-04-28: Correction made to the pockets flap.

2021-09-30: Correction made to the finishing of the pockets.

Customer Reviews

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Didar Eryuvası

İt looks really great . Thank you

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Judith Rance
It's a winner

My 22 year old granddaughter wants this sweater for Christmas. She is a fashionista, so any pattern she approves of is a winner. Directions look straightforward. I like the design as well, so may have to make one for myself.

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Pluroa
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Love the Patterns, easy to follow

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Joan Hajek
Perfect go to sweater!

I can't give a completed review yet as this sweater is still a work in progress. Working on the sleeves now. Hoping the rest of the pattern is just as easy! Will be my first time doing a sweater with pockets!

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Kathryn McGinnis
Awesome raglan cardi

I've made two of these now and I love this pattern! Really easy but make sure you read thru the whole pattern before starting

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