Rufflegalore cardigan Adult - English

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XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL) 3XL


corresponds to a bust measurement of
80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 (110-120) 120-130 cm


Bust measurement incl. a 10 cm rib knit edge:
approx. 99 (104) 108 (113) 120 (125) 130 cm

incl. positive ease approx. 8-10 cm

Recommended knitting needles:
Circular needle 3 mm (60 cm) and 5 mm (60/80 cm)




Short sleeved version:

1 strand Merino super wash wool 210 m = 50 g
200 (200) 225 (250) 300 (300) 350 g


in combination with:

1 strand Silk mohair 210 m = 25 g

100 (125) 125 (150) 150 (150) 175 g

Long sleeved version:

1 strand Merino super wash wool 210 m = 50 g

250 (250) 250 (300) 350 (350) 400 g


in combination with:

1 strand Silk mohair 210 m = 25 g

150 (150) 150 (175) 175 (175) 200 g

If you want to create a bubble like effect on the ruffles you’ll need
approx. 25 g slub yarn.

You can buy this from indiedyers online, just search for SLUBYARN on instagram.

18 sts & 26 rows = 10 x 10 cm using stocking stitches on a 5 mm needle



Ruffle galore cardigan is a feminine, cropped model with lavish ruffles. You can also choose to skip the ruffles. This pattern is knit from the top down using raglan increases. The yoke and body are knitted back and forth, whereas the sleeves are knitted in the round. I have chosen to increase the height of the neck for a better fit by using German short rows (turn). When you have knitted all the increases, the sleeve stitches are placed on hold while you knit the body. When the body is done, your proceed by placing the sleeve stitches back on your circular needle and knit each sleeve separately. The sleeves are knitted in the round using stocking stitches and you can choose between short and long sleeves. The recipe includes both options. You are now ready to collect stitches from the front piece and start knitting your rib knit edge. The cardigan is not meant to be buttoned up, but left open. However, if you want to add buttons, I recommend that you add push buttons or create buttonholes in the finished rib knit edge using buttonhole stitches.


All techniques described here are explained in yhe pattern, and most contain a link to a video demonstration.

Remember to always knit a test before you begin and make sure to try on the cardigan during the process of knitting it. You are free to knit the sleeves as long or as short as you want to make sure they suit you perfectly.

Be aware that the amount of yarn needed changes with your adjustments.