Pattern Testing, Sewing

Pattern Testing | Phinney Ridge Cardigan

The Phinney Ridge Cardigan is classic meets comfort that is the perfect staple pattern to add to your library! I was privileged to test this pattern for Kimberly, and it’s just as good as it looks!

I made two versions in testing, and I’m already searching for fabric to fill my closet with this pattern.

The first is a light green sweater knit that turned out to be my favorite! It’s the perfect neutral that my wardrobe has needed.

My second version was made out of a thicker ribbed sweater knit, and it’s sooooo comfy! It is another neutral that will go with a lot of pieces in my closet.

For both versions I made a size 12 and graded out to a 14 at the hips. I also left off the buttons, as it is really rare for me to wear a cardigan buttoned up. It just doesn’t look right on my body right now. This cardigan is meant to hit at your high hip, so make sure to check your measurements so it fits the way you’d like.

The Phinney Ridge Cardigan is on sale for $8 right now, and I highly recommend you take advantage and get a great pattern at a great price!

I received the final pattern in exchange for my time, feedback and use of personal fabric during testing. All feedback is honest and my own. I truly love Kimberly’s pattern, and the Phinney Ridge is on point with the quality of her other releases!

5 thoughts on “Pattern Testing | Phinney Ridge Cardigan

    1. I’m loving that color as a really different neutral this spring. I have some olive jersey that I’m going to work with. It pairs well with so many things!

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