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  • Casey Sweater Sewing Pattern by Experimental Space
  • Casey Sweater Sewing Pattern by Experimental Space
  • Casey Sweater Sewing Pattern by Experimental Space
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Casey Sweater

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Casey Sweater pattern by Experimental Space

The Casey Sweater by Experimental Space is a pretty pullover sweater with button details at the neck, long shaped cuffs and comfortable deep pockets (and don't we all love a pocket?!). She has the option of contrast sleeves for added detail.


Experimental Space uses a high bust measurement rather than measuring across the bust. High bust should be used to get the best overall fit across your bust/shoulders. To get this measurement, run the tape measure around your body, directly under your underarms.

Fabric suggestions:

  • Main fabric: French terry, sweatshirt, or any medium weight knit material with a bit of stretch.
  • Contrast fabric: (so many options!) Jersey, t-shirt material, lightweight French terry, rib knit, ponte roma, double knit. It’s also a great opportunity to stash bust and use up some bits left over from previous projects! You can use the same material as the main fabric, however, the cuffs will have a closer fit.

Fabric requirements:

Based on 1.5m / 60″ fabric): 
  • Ava – Cara (31″ – 35″ bust / see size chart image)
    Main: 1.5m
    Contrast 0.6m
  • Dee – Gia  1m-1.1m (see size chart image)
    Main: 1.8m
    Contrast 0.8m


  • 50cm x 14cm fusible interfacing
  • 3 buttons for the cowl (Example uses 19mm Prym cover buttons)
  • 1 small button for the inner cowl. It will not be seen and does not need to match the others. A good opportunity to use a spare dress shirt button!



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