Cora Sewing Pattern
$14.50 (or 1 credits)
This cocoon cardigan pattern is for a cosy, comfy cardigan that is loose on the body and fitted on the forearm. There are three sleeve options, and depending on the fabric used, the cardigan can be worn throughout the year.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL.
- Three sleeve lengths: long, three-quarter and sleeveless
- Beginner friendly
- Loose fitting
- Packed with pro tips and expert advice
- Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
- Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
- Instant-download digital sewing pattern
How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want/ need.
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“Super quick, beginner friendly sew. The result is gorgeous and super comfy!”
Buy More Credits
Keeley Jones –
This was such a fast sew, I almost can’t believe it! It’s got the perfect amount of slouch and will be perfect paired with just about anything!
Ana Inês Barros –
The quickest sew ever. And the best you can do this cardigan for every season. It works with most of the fabrics. Love it too much. Just amazing!
Nicole Librojo –
I love the drape of this cardigan! I made it in a lightweight sweater knit and can still wear it in the summer. I can see this in mesh and use it as a swimsuit cover up. Best part is, it’s such an easy sew! Less than an hour from cut to finish! And that includes pressing!
Nicolle Marcek (verified owner) –
Fast sew! And so cozy!
Emily Schimelfenyg –
Super quick, beginner friendly sew. The result is gorgeous and super comfy!
Erica Nemnich –
Love how quick and easy this is to sew up. It gives a very elegant look.
Anien Salomons –
Cora Cocoon looks difficult but it is actually very easy. Made of 3 pieces and voila, done! Perfect for lounging in the winter times if using warm and cuddly fabric
Layni Van Hyning –
I love this pattern! I really liked how pattern measurements were given so I didn’t have to print out the text pieces if I didn’t want to. It was such a quick and fun sew!
Catherine Saxe –
Loved this pattern! Very easy sew and super comfy!
Casey-Marie Bray –
Super quick and easy sew, perfect for cozy winters!
Kelly Nicholas –
This was the perfect piece to move my wardrobe from Summer to Fall. I made a french terry version for my daughter, and a light weight one for myself. The assembly is super quick and easy to follow. One hour from start to finish and we were ready to hit the door! The drape of the pattern creates a beautiful silhouette around your body and is perfect for cozy knits or more elegant coverup pieces.
Jess Boaz-Head –
This is the fastest pattern to put together! It’s super quick, very fashionable, and great for keeping warm on a chilly day. It would also be a great bathing suit cover-up in the warmer months. Great pattern.
Kyra Delaney –
I loved this sew! It was a simple pattern to print (only print the one pattern piece), simple to tape, quick to cut (with measurements for the rest), and a quick one sitting sew. I love how cozy this cocoon is and how fashionable it looks for minimal effort. I could see sewing it up in many colors so you have a matching cocoon whether you’re going out on a girl’s night out, a fancy date, or a relaxed day with the family.
Suzie Marie –
I love this pattern!! It is such a quick and easy sew I was able to cut out and sew 4 in a few hours. I love how it creates such a comfy and beautiful product. This is the perfect cardigan to wear around the house or dress up and wear out. I know I will have many of these in my wardrobe.
Nadine Simard –
This was a very quick project and very easy to complete. This will be perfect for the cold nights during the winter.
Loved this pattern! Very easy sew and super comfy!
Randie Rae Dodman –
In love! This pattern comes together so quickly, I was in shock when I got to the last page. I honestly didn’t think it would be that easy. So, I made another one! I’ll be honest and say that the lack of pockets keeps this from a more regular appearance in the wardrobe rotation. But, I’m working on a hack for that!
Stephanie Tharp –
I believe this is a fantastic sew, however I did not complete the inner tank, offering the outer shell in the instructions as an optional one peice is a great idea, youd just have to turn under the top and topstitch. I love this pattern and its fluidity.
Rebekah Homer –
I love a pattern that doesn’t have any hemming! This cocoon cardigan was really easy to do, I only needed to print out the arm bands and everything else I could use a cut chart for. Huge plus in my mind. Then I finished it in about a half hour, only taking that long because my thin sweater knit was being fussy. Great pattern for a cozy open cardigan.
Lisa Corriveau –
The Cora Coccoon Sweater is so easy to make! It’s a handy piece to being with me so i can warm up on a chilly evening. I made mine out of a light sweater knit, but I think I’ll make another one out of a different, thicker fabric as well because I like it so much.
Stephanie Leddy –
This is one of the fastest garment sews I’ve ever done! Three pattern pieces to cut out, a handful of straight seams to sew, and voila…you’re done. It’s a very simple pattern that lends itself well to easing into the world of sewing your own clothing 🙂
Julie Educate –
Super easy to make. However, the sleeves run super small. I made the small woman’s for my 10 year old. She could barely fit her arms through it. Her arms are only a couple of inches.
KaTina Smith Walker –
Georgina Hendricks –
Perfect wrap for Spring when it can be chilly in the morning and hot by the afternoon. Very easy sew and can be very versatile.