Wonder Woman Cardigan

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wonder woman cardigan back

About the Wonder Woman Cardigan

This Wonder Woman cardigan is so fun to wear! It features all the iconic details of Wonder Woman’s outfit in a super wearable sweater. Besides being adorable, this sweater is comfortable and lightweight enough to layer in different climates.

One of my favorite things about knitting is the ability to make things that really show my personality. I mean, if it’s chilly out you may as well be wearing a Wonder Woman sweater, right?

This is a frontless cardigan, meaning that the two fronts do not meet in the center. I think it’s the perfect shape because I always wear a Wonder Woman graphic tee with mine. Subtlety is not one of my strengths!

If you aren’t ready to take on a fingering weight sweater project, I also designed a worsted weight hat with the same motifs. Check out this post with my Iron Man color palette if you want to see a super hero sweater I made but never finished the pattern for.

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 knit in the round, pick up and knit stitches, stranded color work, make one right, make one left, knit 2 together, purl 2 together, slip-slip-knit, slip-slip-purl


  • Yarn: MC (red) 475-900 yd (435-823 m), CC1 (yellow) 200-350 yd (183-320 m), CC2 (blue) 200-350 yd (183-320 m), CC3 (white) 90-175 yd (83-160 m). Sample knit with Knit Picks Hawthorne Kettle Dye MC: Picnic, CC1: Compass, CC2: Delphinium, Knit Picks Stroll CC3: white.
  • Needles: US 4 32-in circular and dpns, or size needed to obtain gauge; US 3 32-in circular and dpns, or one size smaller than gauge needles

Notions: stitch markers, stitch holders or waste yarn, yarn needle


 28 stitches and 36 rows in 4 in (10 cm) in stockinette stitch, knit flat


coming soon

wonder woman cardigan front
wonder woman cardigan front flat

Author: Kelly

I create disaster-movie-worthy knitting patterns.

2 thoughts on “Wonder Woman Cardigan

  1. Hi I purchased your pattern on Ravelry and had one question. In your color work how many stitches do you float your yarn over?

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