Casey Sweater

Experimental Space



Buy the Casey Sweater sewing pattern from Experimental Space. A pretty pullover sweater with button details at the neck, long shaped cuffs and comfortable deep pockets.

Fabric suggestions: Main fabric: French terry, sweatshirt, or any medium weight knit material with a bit of stretch.
Contrast fabric: (so many options!) Jersey, t-shirt material, lightweight french terry, rib knit, ponte roma, double knit. It’s also a great opportunity to stash bust and use up some bits left over from previous projects! You can use the same material as the main fabric, however, the cuffs will have a closer fit.

Fabric requirements:  1.5m or 60″ wide fabric // 31″ – 35″ bust main fabric 1.5m (1.64 yards), contrast 0.6m (0.66 yards). 37″ – 43″ bust main fabric 1.8m (2 yards), contrast 0.8m (0.87 yards).

Notions: 50cm x 14cm fusible interfacing, 3 buttons for the cowl (Example uses 19mm Prym cover buttons), 1 small button for the inner cowl. It will not be seen and does not need to match the others. A good opportunity to use a spare dress shirt button!

Sizing: UK 6-18. The high bust should be used to get the best overall fit across your bust/shoulders. Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER and PDF format. The PDF pattern will be available to download immediately after purchase.

PDF pattern includes: layered function to choose your size before printing, A4 (print at home) PDF – 25 pages, US Letter (print at home) PDF, A0 (copy shop) PDF and Pattern instructions.

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Additional information


Jersey / Knits / Scuba

Make time

Half a day, All day

Sewing level

Confident Beginner, Intermediate


6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18

Pattern format


PDF Printing

25 pages

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  1. One person found this helpful

    4 out of 5 Lovely, unusual details


    I made my first Casey top after seeing its creator, Andrea wearing it in person. I fell in love with all the unusual details and when I found these two inverse French Terrys, I knew they would be the perfect match. I loved picking out the details for the collar, cuffs and pockets in the contrasting fabric.
    This isn’t a simple sweatshirt pattern, there are lots of challenging and intricate elements, so I wouldn’t recommend it to someone very new to sewing but it is a great skill builder.
    You can read more about it on my blog:

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  2. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

    4 out of 5 Snuggly warmth


    This is a great sweatshirt with lots of little design details that make it a little bit different.
    I love the cowl for extra warmth too!

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