Cute Knitted Colorwork Cardis

 

Colorwork has a long history in knitting. Floral motifs, landscapes, ornaments, animals – you can “paint” everything you want with yarn, and all you need is a technique and a plan. Little cardigans are perfect for such experiments. They are small, work quite fast and adding a cute motif like a bee or a whale can make it look even more adorable. Changing yarn as you go will require some skills, but it’s definitely worth a try! If you are not feeling confident yet in making your own designs, there are plenty of examples of charts available for free. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

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Save the baby whales! Free Knitting Pattern

This marine-inspired cardi looks so cute! Baby whales are swimming in the blue ocean.

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DESIGNED by Sargantana Formenterenca, this version by Lanka-Liisa
PROJECT TYPE cardigan

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL intermediate

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Save the baby whales! Free Knitting Pattern

 

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Save the baby whales!

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Little Bumblebee Cardi Free Knitting Pattern

Plump bumblebees fit perfectly to this classic striped design.

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DESIGNED by Elizabeth Smith, this version by TraceyNicole
PROJECT TYPE cardigan

CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL intermediate

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Little Bumblebee Cardi Free Knitting Pattern

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Little Bumblebee Cardi

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