We’ve created a great cardigan pattern for women. This cardigan pattern is called “Pearl”. It can be a great choice for long and shabby cardigan lovers. This is a simple cardigan pattern and you won’t be forced to knit. The “pearl” pattern will be an ideal study for the knitters looking for an easy and stylish design. You can write your questions about the pattern on my blog, I will be happy to answer you. Good luck ūüôā


  • Difficulty level: Easy
  • Related Needle Sizes: 4
  • Size: 38
  • Required materials: 2 buttons
  • Season: Autumn-Winter
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How to do Easy Cardigan Pattern


1- Cast on 90 stitches; work 64 cm of garter stitch and finish.


Piece No. 1: 1- Cast on 114 stitches and work as garter stitch.

2- Work 57 stitches applying the knitting technique w/ returns; hold the remaining stitches on needle, and work all the stitches on the next row.

3- Finish the procedures of the step 2 when knit length is 16 cm.

Piece No. 2: 1- Cast on 30 stitches; work 64 cm of brioche stitch and finish.

2- Finish by sewing the piece nos. 1 and 2 by joining the points of No. 1 indicated in the body sketch.


1- Pick up 89 stitches onto needle around armholes. After working 2 ridges of garter stitch, switch to knit stitch.

2- When knit length is 4 cm, work as purl 3, * knit 8, purl 7, and repeat after the mark *.

3- Apply the diagram onto the knit-8 stitches.

4- Decrease 1 stitch each from purl-7 stitches at every 12 rows.

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5- When sleeve length is 25 cm, finish after working the remaining stitches as 4 cm of knit and 2 ridges of garter stitch.

Easy Cardigan Pattern Pearl / Charts

Chart for Cardigan by Pearl
Chart for Front, Back and Arm


  1. i am trying to figure out several things on this pattern called Easy Cardigan Pattern Pearl i really would like to make what i see here its only a few rows and a chart i am trying to figure out what is the knitting technique and what is the chart for it dont say on the picture so could you please help me i really want to make this pattern but i dont think the who;e pattern is here could you please help me thank you

    • I haven’t made this yet, but from what I gather, you need to go to the links shown for both techniques and butterfly stitch. Also, the chart assumes purl on wrong side. The dashes are purl sts on RS, and the ladder look is a 3×3 cable of some kind. Right leaning? I’ve seen this on various charts. Look it up. Anybody see the ‘body sketch’? I bet you can figure out what and where to sew when done. You would have to figure out yardage of yarn needed and gauge yourself, but you can probably experiment and use your stash leftovers. This piece is for experienced knitters who don’t need much instruction, but if you do, it is easy for them only.

    • Cheers very beautiful cardigan just checking in on if video had been added, not saying it isnt here I just am having an issue locating it, other then the butterfly stitch as this pattern is attractive I am very interested in trying although I find I do require the extra help thank you in advance

  2. Hi, love the look of this cardigan, but wondering if the pattern is written out completely in pattern form somewhere that I’m not seeing? The pattern is missing so much essential information that it’s almost impossible to make it as written here.

  3. I’ve looked at a few of your patterns and while I’d love to make them. The instructions are impossible to decipher, and I may not be an expert level knitter. I am sure I’m not the only one who is having trouble trying to figure out the patterns.

  4. I’m looking at this pattern and although I have 50 years experience, this is impossible with the vague and limited instructions here. Where exactly is the updated pattern? Also, the measurements and pieces described in the sorely lacking written instructions do NOT match the given “chart.” There is no body sketch. Only ONE front piece? Not two? It’s a beautiful cardigan and we’d love to make it if we had decent instructions. Do you have a link to the video tutorial or did that ever get made?