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Grandpa Cardigan
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Make a comfy Grandpa Cardigan, just like the kind grandpa used to wear. Just follow this free, printable sewing pattern, and you'll learn how to make your own clothes. Whether you are looking for a way to stay warm under your coat all winter or are looking for a free sewing pattern you can use as a sewn jacket pattern this spring, you are going to love learning how to make a sweater that has some vintage sewing flair. Making your own clothes is a ton, and it is even better with vintage sewing patterns.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine



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I think it's quite looks comfortable and pretty. I can't wait to make it!

Definitely for a man! Women look so silly wearing men's clothing! Use men to model men's clothing, please!

Think it is great.My Grandma wore Grandpa's vest lots and just because it is gender named does not mean that it couldn't be worn by either sex.

I think it should have been modeled by a man, and the buttons are on the wrong side! It's a GRANDPA sweater, not a GRANDMA sweater! This is as stupid as a woman wearing a BOYFRIEND sweater! If it is men's clothing, leave it as such!

Got up on the wrong side of the bed, did we?

@Member 0127681 Once you follow the link that says "click here fro sewing pattern," there are a total of 6 PDF pages to print for the pattern. Please make sure your printer settings are set up properly to print all six pages. --Editor of AllFreeSewing

I could only print two pages...


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