A cozy cardigan is a wardrobe must, whether you’re battling cooler temperatures outdoors or inside. The Fuller Cardigan is a raglan cardi with two views that are sure to complement any look in your closet.
When you’re shopping your favorite fabric store (or your stash) for your first Fuller, look for a medium-weight knit with at least 15% stretch, like sweater knits, medium- to heavy-weight jersey, and ponte. Finding high quality cardigan-worthy knits can sometimes be tricky, so if you haven’t yet found your dream cardi fabric, check out some of our favorites below.
We’ve also got luscious Fuller Cardigan sweater knit kits in four colors available for a limited time! Each kit includes enough fabric, interfacing, and buttons to make a Fuller cardi in any size (12-32).
Want the ultimate classic cardi? Opt for a solid. You can find cozy knits in every color of the rainbow, so there’s no need to stick to just neutrals!
If you want to take it up a notch, why no got for a floral? There’s no reason your cardigan needs to play second fiddle to your outfit—let it be the star of the show in a fun floral print.
We LOVE a good striped cardi. Any of these striped sweater knits would look fabulous over a t-shirt and jeans!
Go wild for animal prints! Whether you like a more abstract or a more realistic animal print, you can find it all (and sew it all).
Oh yes, there are more prints! When you find a print you love on a sweater knit or ponte, snatch it up right away. #NoRegrets
A lovely textured sweater knits are what dreams are made of. The soft ribbing texture of these knits make them look so darn cozy.
If you’ve got no patience to knit yourself a cabled sweater (guilty!), these faux cabled knits are the next best thing.
The Fuller’s raglan sleeves are ideal for color blocking. Double faced knits are reversible and make playing with color blocking so easy.
View A of the Fuller Cardigan features oversized buttons. You only need four of them, so make them extra special with these unique options.
If you’re sewing View B, the buttons are smaller but no less important! We love these three beautiful options.
Um, are you drooling yet? These round-ups are always so fun for us to put together. Hopefully it helped you get ideas of what to look for when shopping for your dream Fuller Cardigan fabric, and maybe you even found it right here! (Is fabric matchmaker a job? If so, sign us up.) Let us know what fabric you’re using for your first Fuller in the comments, and don’t forget to share your makes with the hashtag #FullerCardigan on social media.