Cocoon Cardigan // Kommatia patternsMay 11, 2017 / byThe Wardrobe Project / Categories : Feeds
Hello everyone, from sunny, spring-y Greece. I'm here to share with you my SW603 Cocoon Cardigan from Kommatia patterns. I've been following Kommatia patterns for quite a while on social media, always admiring their work. I've never got around to make one of their patterns, so when I saw there well looking for pattern testers, I grabbed the opportunity.
As it was expected their work is excellent. Beautiful drafted patterns and really interesting designs!
I sewed the whole cardigan with my serger and the whole process from printing to finishing took about 3 hours! I love the final outcome and I can't wait to try more Kommatia patterns!
*Disclaimer: I received this pattern from Kommatia patterns for free to test, but all opinions are my own. I sent feedback on the draft to Jessica, which were included in the final pattern. I was not paid to test this pattern, and was given a free copy of the final pattern as compensation.*
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