Casey Sweater


The Casey Sweater sewing pattern by Experimental Space.

For use with knit fabrics

Suitable for intermediates

In stock



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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Additional information

Garment Type

Jumpers and Sweaters, Tops

Pattern Company

Experimental Space

Skill Level



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