This is the second in a series of posts on why I hate certain cardigans.
The first one is about my favorite and most important cardigan.
In this one, I’m going to talk about how I made a simple, and fun, DIY version of my favorite cardigan pattern.
The cardigan is simple to make, but the best part is that it is a totally reversible version.
This means you can wear it as a casual or a cozy top, or as a warm summery sweater, jacket, or sweater vest.
The instructions are very easy to follow, and the pattern is very easy, too.
If you’re looking for a really quick, easy, and simple project, this one is definitely a great choice.
If you’ve been looking for something to wear as a cardigan or sweater, then this is definitely the one to get.
You can wear the cardigan as a scarf, or a knit sweater, and if you like a bit more casual, you can make a short cardigan with a card sleeve, or an open cardigan, which is also a great option if you want a little more room in your sweater.
The cardigan also makes a great cardigan for a warm day, and it’s super easy to pull on and off.
The sweater is super soft and has a nice texture, and I’m really happy with the colors I chose.
The finished cardigan measures about 12 inches tall and 12 inches wide, and costs about $65, so you won’t have to spend much on this project.
I have the original pattern in my profile, so I can easily share it with you.
I’m not going to share it in my other profile, but you can find it on the Etsy store, which means you’re able to see how it fits.
If that’s not your thing, you should definitely check out my other pattern, the one with all the details.
I also have a similar pattern in the pattern library, so if you need a different color, or want a different size, you’re probably in luck.
The pattern is available for purchase through Etsy and the Etsy shop, and there are also affiliate links.
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