Patterned Small Cardigans(70 items)
Featured Reviews on Patterned Small Cardigans
Love this sweater. Classic.
One of my favorite wardrobe pieces. I love that it s cozy but not bulky. It s comfy but can be dressy or casual. I like that it is cotton and not wool or heavy polyester.
Beautiful and well made
This is a beautiful and soft cardigan. It is very well made, fits well and I have received many compliments on this sweater.
Although I shopped for alpaca sweaters in Peru, I never saw anything as intricately designed and well-made as this cardigan at such a great price.
Fernando Cano Alpaca apparel
"If you truly want something in life, you will do all that is within your means to get it."
I was born in 1973 in the district of Macate in Ancash. My parents were engaged in agriculture. I consider myself a very creative man, and very enterprising - I always want to be doing things, to go forward and never to stay behind. I am very active and sociable.... read more
Popular Patterned Small Cardigans
Nature-Themed 100% Baby Alpaca Cardigan in Tan from Peru, "Romantic Nature in Tan"$159.99
Professing a love for nature, this stunning cardigan from Peru is created by Ana Fernandez. She knits this warm accessory from 100% baby alpaca wool, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing. Floral and bird motifs in antique white decorate a body of tan, accented by stripes at the wrists and waistline. A coconut shell button-up front completes this lovely sweater.
Forbidden City Cardigan, "Forbidden City"
Beijing's Forbidden City, now home to the Palace Museum, was the Chinese imperial palace for almost five hundred years. Its 980 buildings boast some of the world's most intricate and ornate architectural decoration, which was the inspiration for this long-line, multi-season knit topper. A single fastener at the neck recalls the long vests worn by court officials in the Qing Dynasty.
Alpaca Blend Zip-Front Cardigan from Peru, "Aymara"
High in the Peruvian Altiplano, people have been using soft, durable alpaca fiber to make warm yet lightweight garments for centuries. Benita Cutipa uses an alpaca blend to create this lively zip-front cardigan. Geometric patterns inspired by ancient textiles stand out against a black background.