England Avenue Cardigan Pattern by Megan Goodacre


England Avenue Cardigan Pattern by Megan Goodacre

England Avenue Cardigan England Avenue Cardigan
Gifted by Megan Goodacre from Tricksy Knitter
Reviewed by Caitlin Kavanaugh, Editor of AllFreeKnitting

If you haven't heard of knitting designer Megan Goodacre, you're missing out.   Megan, along with her husband Charles Jaimet, is part of the team behind the knitting site, Tricksy Knitter.  Among her several free patterns available for download, her paid patterns are breath taking--and this England Avenue Cardigan is no exception.  After perusing the photos, the pattern, and, finally, after finishing the entire piece, it's no surprise that this pattern has become one of Megan's most purchased patterns from her online store. 

That said, let's get into the fun stuff - the pattern details!  What makes this pattern so great?  Well, for starters, it's a longer cardigan, which means it's uber flattering for an array of body types.  It has side shaping, set in sleeves, and two cute pockets in the front.  I'm not sure what it is about pockets on cardigans, but it always adds visual intrigue in a simple, yet stylish, way. 

The majority of the cardigan is knit in stockinette stitch, resulting in a clean and even looking garment.  For added texture, the cuffs and knit use the lovely seed stitch.  Every detail added to this practical piece was well planned and executed.  It's hard to settle on a favorite detail -between the buttoned cuffs, vent at the center back hem, and lattice pattern along the cardigan's neck- this pattern is perfect for the intermediate knitter and even the beginner who is ready to take on larger projects beyond scarves.

So what are you waiting for?  Give this pattern a try!  Create your own cardigan in sizes XS (S, M, L, 1X, 2X).


England Avenue Cardigan

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Why is the pattern on the ALL FREE KNITTING site when I have to purchase it??

Hi Capricorn52, While we do offer only free knitting patterns on this site, we commonly review knitting products, yarns, and related items that you can purchase in store or online. This pattern can be purchased on Megan Goodacre's site, Tricksy Knitter. Hope this helps, -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

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@shirlbe, This pattern can be purchases at Megan Goodacre's site, Tricksy Knitter. Here is the link: http://www.tricksyknitter.com/ --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

where can I purchase this pattern?


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