How to Knit the Lapel Cardigan (Instructions on Video)

We’re back today with a great knitting video tutorial to share! It’s back to school season right now, which is why we haven’t posted any new updates in the past couple of weeks, as we’re busy getting everything ready for the little ones at home to get back to school.

Once again today we’re sharing a knit-a-long video created by Yarnspirations, which we absolutely love! Improving your knitting skills is easier when you can watch someone knit and talk you through the steps you need to take, which is why we share our favorite videos here from time to time.

In this video, we follow along an expert knitter at Yarnspirations knit up the gorgeous, and truly versatile, Lapel Cardigan. Now, this is one project you’re going to want to knit up for yourself. You can wear this cardigan absolutely everywhere! This is an easy project which is great for beginner knitters as well.

As always, the knitting pattern for this projects is available for free, and can be downloaded by clicking here. Watch the video below for the full tutorial.

The lapel cardigan is something we’ve been seeing everywhere – and you’ll want to wear it everywhere! Perfect for a lazy Sunday to a night out, this cardi is warm and cozy. It is shown easily knit in the Patons Classic Wool Roving, an essential wool roving yarn that’s perfect for accessories and cozy garments.

Furthermore, this easy knitting pattern provides sizing from Extra Small/Small up to sizes 4/5 X-Large.

This video tutorial was created by I encourage you to visit the website discover various knitting patterns, kits, yarn and so much more, to help inspire your next knitting project!

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    1. Hi Norma, maybe you can send them to a friend or relative who can download them for you? Otherwise, maybe you can follow on your computer screen- not ideal I know 🙁 I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful.

  1. I always go to my local Public Library. It has a computer room and printers. I have a card (small fee – a one-time purchase) that the library patron can put money in/on and pay a fee per page to print most anything on the site/page you wish. I print documents to use in the Sunday School class I teach. And I’ve been known to print patterns of things I want to knit.

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