Dark grey aran weight cardigan modelled by a woman with a bun, wearing black clothing

Karu Cardigan by Regina Moessmer (copyright RM)

Episode 21, 10 Cardis I'd cast on now!

June 6th, 2022

Hello lovelies,

Welcome to Episode 21 of the Get Knit Done podcast.

In this episode, I am talking about my choices for what I would like to be knitting at the moment if I could knit!  I narrowed it down to cardigans because, as it turns out, I didn’t really feel like anything else.  The episode takes a bit of a tour of my thought process in how I reached that conclusion and how I ended up choosing cardigans and then why I choose the 10 patterns that I did!  Here is the list of patterns mentioned in the episode: (they are out of sequence to ensure that the ones available only through Ravelry are at the bottom)

Ramona Cardigan by Elizabeth Smith Knits


Willow Cardigan (Crochet)


(Oh and when I went to find this off-Ravelry, I discovered that Grace has a gorgeous Etsy shop filled with beautiful crochet garment patterns!

Cadenza Cardigan by Anna Krzyżak


Again I found another shop of lovely garments!

Quickie Cardigan by Amy Gunderson


 Karu Cardigan by Regina Moessmer


The site is in German but if you use Chrome it should automatically offer to translate it for you

Autumn Whispers by Carol Feller 


Playdate by Tin Can Knits


Ally by CoCoKnits


Cardigan venja by Pascuali Designs


Felix Cardigan by Amy Christoffers

Ravelry link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/felix-cardigan

I was not able to find an off-Ravelry link for this cardigan, unfortunately. 

So that’s it lovelies!   Next week it’s our next instalment of Desert Island Knits & then after that, I’ll be talking about patterns and how both designers and knitters have responsibilities when it comes to patterns!

Take care lovelies,


PS. If you are casting on a new project, don’t forget, you can get a project tracker here on the site!   

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