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A ROUGH CUT ASYMMETRICAL CARDIGN
HERE'S A ROUGH CUT ASYMMETRICAL CARDIGAN

IT'S SO EASY YOU DON'T EVEN NEED TO SEW!

MINE IS BASED ON A U.K SIZE 10

IT'S BETTER TO USE A LYCRA FABRIC AS IT DOES NOT FRAY

HOPE MY TUTORIAL HELP'S YOU ALL MAKE YOUR OWN :)

Posted by SOMETHING DIFFERENT BOUTIQUE from Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, United Kingdom • Published See SOMETHING DIFFERENT BOUTIQUE's 7 projects »
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  • How to make a cardigan. A Rough Cut Asymmetrical Cardigan - Step 1
    Step 1

    YOU WILL NEED HALF A METER OF FABRIC OR A METER DEPENDING ON THE SIZE & THE LENGTH YOU WANT THE CARDIGAN

    FOLD THE FABRIC IN HALF & LAY IT FLAT

  • How to make a cardigan. A Rough Cut Asymmetrical Cardigan - Step 2
    Step 2

    (1)YOU WILL NEED TO MEASURE AROUND YOUR ARMPIT TO KNOW HOW BIG TO MAKE THE ARMHOLE?

    (2)YOU NEED TO MEASURE FROM YOUR SHOULDER DOWN TO YOUR ARM PIT TO FIND THE LENGTH?

    (3)MEASURE FROM YOUR ARMPIT TO THE CENTER OF YOUR BACK TO GET THE WIDTH?

    I FIND FOR A SIZE U.K 10
    8 INC WIDTH & 8 INC IN LENGTH is perfect

    mark on the fold of the fabric

  • How to make a cardigan. A Rough Cut Asymmetrical Cardigan - Step 3
    Step 3

    ONCE YOU HAVE MARKED OUT YOUR MEASUREMENTS CHALK OUT THE ARM HOLE

    I FIND THAT A C.D IS A PERFECT SIZE

  • How to make a cardigan. A Rough Cut Asymmetrical Cardigan - Step 4
    Step 4

    cut away the inner circle

  • How to make a cardigan. A Rough Cut Asymmetrical Cardigan - Step 5
    Step 5

    & your done! :)

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Tracy C.
Tracy C. · Pretoria, Gauteng, ZA · 10 projects

I've seen these cardigans in the shops - I didn't realise that they were this easy to make! I'm going to rummage through my material stash to see if I have any fabric that will work. Thanks for the tute!

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Yvonne R.
Yvonne R. · 4 projects

Thanks for sharing your wonderful idea!!! 2 thumbs up!!!! :)

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Rdtewks
Rdtewks · 4 projects

Can I Use just normal fabric or does it work better on knit?

SOMETHING DIFFERENT BOUTIQUE
SOMETHING DIFFERENT BOUTIQUE · Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, GB · 19 projects

hi there i find lycra or a knit fabric works best as it does not fray :)

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Bridget F.
Bridget F. · Winter Haven, Central Florida, United States · 19 projects

This is fabulous. Thanks!

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Nia Romadhoni
Nia Romadhoni · Boyolali Regency, Central Java, ID · 15 projects

Super Easy, wanna make mine,,

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