I have been wanting to make this cardigan for quite awhile.
It wasn’t the color I would choose, but I loved the flounces. This would have to be flounces and not ruffles, as the gathering would make it horrendous to sew the seams.
My plan of attack was to use the WBM basic t-shirt and carve out a neckline from the front. I used a size larger than would fit me, so it had a little extra ease in it. Next, cut a bunch of flounces. Now, next time I would make it with smaller circles, so the flounces are more pronounced. I cut one big circle and then made flounces from it. They are just too gradual with the bigger circle to look as “flouncey”.
This was a sturdy double brushed poly, and I knew it would have enough structure to handle this. The fabric is a pre-order from Fabric Anthropology.
The fabric is called Frosted Coal.
A French terry would work well, too. This is going to be very comfy to wear this winter over leggings.