New Pattern Release - The Juniper Cardigan

Wednesday, March 29, 2017











If you like versatile cardigans and charming details, The Juniper Cardigan might be just what you're looking for.

The Details

With saddle shoulder details and a flattering V neckline, snuggle up in comfort with either the long-line boyfriend style paired with your favourite jeans, or go for some vintage flair with the cropped version worn over the top of your favourite 50s sundress.

The Juniper Cardigan has you covered on those chilly Spring and Autumn nights with long or 3/4 sleeve options; it's also the perfect canvas for colour and pattern blocking.

 View 1 - Cropped with 3/4 sleeves
View 2 - Long-line with long sleeves

Juniper has it all: for the ultimate customised cardigan, use different colours and patterns to show off the saddle shoulder details, as well as the separate waistband, sleeve cuffs and neckline pieces.

Skill Level

Designed with intermediate sewers in mind, Juniper will build on your previous knit sewing skills - if you've made a Bronte Top or Gable Top/Dress before, Juniper will take you to the next level.

The Sew Along

If you still consider yourself a beginner in the knit sewing world, but are feeling inspired to give Juniper a go (you can do it!), a full sew-along in the coming weeks will guide you through some of the trickier stages as well as giving you some new ideas to extend and personalise your Juniper pattern and handmade wardrobe.

I'll be announcing the dates on the blog in a week!



I love seeing your takes on my patterns and would love it if you tagged me on Instagram or used the hashtag #Junipercardigan so that I can admire your makes! I'll also be doing a Juniper Cardigan round up on my blog after the sew along has finished, and would love to feature some of yours.

I so hope you like Juniper! 

xx
J
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PS) The Juniper Cardigans above were modelled with The Afternoon Shift Dress and The Felicity Dress Skirt.
8 comments on "New Pattern Release - The Juniper Cardigan"
  1. Oh it is such a lovely Cardigan with the two options. I don't really sew with stretchy material, but this might be a first!! I secretly hoped this might be a raglan cardi and saddle shoulders is a win!!!

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    1. Yay, I'm glad it has lived up to expectations :) Don't worry too much about the stretchy fabric, it's not as difficult as it may seem, it's just different. Once you've made one knit, I bet you'll wonder why you hadn't done it sooner :) You can do it!

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  2. Yay Jen! Congratulations, i'm really loving the sleeve detail in this pattern. Brings it a little more into modern design!

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  3. I was looking at this on my cell my 23 yr old son happened to be sitting next to me & said "hey Mom, I like that one the colors & shoulders are neat it would look good on you in the peachy fabric you just bought". Smart kid huh. Lol blessings, Baa

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    1. Smart kid indeed :) Must come from his Mum right?

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  4. This is gorgeous - I love the cropped version!

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    1. Thanks Katie! So glad you like it :)

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Jen

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