Mimi G releases so many patterns and sewalongs that I love. That’s why there is always something of hers on my to-sew list, like this Annie cardigan. I’ve been meaning to sew this up for months. So the only good thing about this cold weather staying around it is gave me time to sew and wear this cardigan.
This pattern was instant gratification, the construction was quick and easy. The hardest thing, for me, was the buttonholes. Mainly because they were on this lightweight knit and my machine wanted to eat the fabric. The pattern doesn’t call for interfacing the neckband, but that may have helped.
Other than those pesky buttonholes, everything else was a breeze. I already have plans to make this again after I knockout a few makes with deadlines. This could work with a variety knits. Also if you hate buttonholes you could always omit them or use snaps.
Pattern: Annie cardigan
Pattern Description:the perfect cardigan. It features a wide hem band and patch pockets.
Sizing: XXS – 2XL I sewed a L
Fabric Used: Mustard lightweight ponte from LA Finch Fabrics
Does it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope? Yes
Were the instructions easy to follow? Very
Likes: oversized fit, hem band, large pockets
Pattern alterations or any design changes made: none
Would I sew it again? Yes, I have plans for a magenta one out of a heavier ponte.