An Easy DIY Fringe Cardigan

Getting dressed in the morning will be so much more fun when you have a couple of these ridiculously easy-to-make fringe cardigans hanging around in your closet.


All you need is 1 1/2 yards of knit sweater fabric and about 30 minutes to make one for yourself.


And I’m not gonna lie: For some reason, I LOVE making fringe!!!!


To learn how to make this cute fringe cardigan, click here and as usual, I’d love to know your thoughts. 🙂 A big thanks to all of you who share and “like” my tutorials over at eHow, it is because of your kind actions that I get to keep bringing you these tutorials. HUGS!

For example:

Thanks to you, my article: Sewing 101: 14 Basic Clothing Alterations You Can Do Yourself has been in eHow’s top 100 articles for over a month now.


And the other day I heard from the editors at They let me know that, thanks to you, my Renegade Tote Bag Pattern is one of their top 50 projects, too.

A Totebag Tutorial

Thank you for being the most encouraging and supportive subscribers a blogger could ever hope for!!!

For more refashion and sewing inspiration click here.

Happy Sewing!


About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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7 Responses to An Easy DIY Fringe Cardigan

  1. SAB says:

    This is so adorable. My first thought was what a great Christmas present this would make. Thanks Beth for sharing a fun and easy project once again.

  2. Kimberly S says:

    Two questions:
    Is the top the hemmed edge and do you think this would work with fleece? It’s really cute. Thanks for the ideas you keep sending.

  3. Beautiful! Love the fringe touch to it.

  4. Accidental Seamstress says:

    I’m slightly obsessed with fridge. This is fantastic.

  5. Lyn Wright says:

    I want to thank you so much for sharing all these amazing ideas. I feel a little guilty as I haven’t opened all your emails yet, but put them in a folder until I can concentrate on them fully. I am a “schoolie” as well, although I have retired now and do tutoring on-line, so I know how busy you must be. I have just started refashioning shirts into dresses (attached)and have been able to incorporate some of your wonderful ideas. So thank you again for sharing.


    Lyn Wright (Rewright Upcycled Clothing)

  6. UtaC says:

    Thank you for sharing.. 🙂

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