Fuller Cardigan


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Pattern format

Layer up with the Fuller Cardigan! This raglan cardi features shoulder and bust darts for the ideal fit over curves. View A hits at mid-hip with a deep, faced v-neck and oversized buttons, while View B is cropped at the natural waist with a boxy fit. Standard and full bicep sleeves are included. The Fuller Cardigan is the layering piece your closet has been craving!

Fuller Cardigan sweater knit kits are available for a limited time in ivoryoatmealgray, and black.

Product information

SEWING LEVEL: Advanced beginner.

SIZING: 12 to 32, in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H). See Sizing Guide.


Mid-weight knit fabrics with at least 15% stretch.

Interfacing: light to mid-weight non-stretch fusible interfacing.

NOTIONS: Ballpoint or stretch needle, thread, 4 1” (2.5 cm) buttons [View A], 8 1⁄2” (12 mm) buttons [View B].

This is the printed pattern, which will be mailed to your address. The PDF pattern, which can be downloaded, is available here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Such a great sweater!

So far I’ve made two v-necks in a lightweight hacci sweater knit. Next up is a view B neckline on the longer view A length in a little heavier knit. Cashmerette patterns are so well drafted, with excellent directions. And with a me-made, it’s easy to customize little things like shortening sleeves so they don’t hang to my knuckles. If you’re looking for a basic cardigan to dress up your separates, this is a great choice.

Awesome, easy, quick sew cardi

I am very new to PDF patterns from Independent designer companies (like about 3 monrhs) . As I am a bit curvy I have always had a love hate relationship with all patterns...
I tried this and the fit is great.....I made ZERO changes. I was so impressed I got 4 more patterns and can honestly say Cashmerette know their craft. Try it you will not be disappointed as I have made 5 already.....


Needs pockets, dart combined with raglan sleeve just not attractive, I made the cardigan but it ended in the good will pile bacause the raglan sleeve and dart combo just did not suit me.


Cardigans are something I always wanted in my wardrobe, but I couldn't find ones that fit property. I love the fit of this cardigan and have my second one ready to cut. Instructions are easy to follow. I made my first with ponte, which is great for the office. My second is from interlock for a more casual topper to my Upton dresses.

Fuller Cardigan made into a pullover

Ayelet shows us her “patchwork” fuller cardigan that she made into a raglan sleeved pullover. I decided to try it and VOILA, I have a wonderful t-shirt that is different than the Concord (which I live in). I like the option of the raglan sleeve to make contrasting sleeves and binding around the neck (sort of like a baseball shirt), but nicely fitted. Love love love Cashmerette patterns and thank you Ayelet so much for helping me with this. I’ve gotten lots of compliments.