antwerp pullover from our pattern testers

Our pattern testers had fun playing with the new Antwerp Pullover pattern.

Alice’s daughter will stay cozy in this plaid pullover, while Kiran opted to make her daughter a lighter version that will surely be a great layering piece.

front, back, and side views of a teen girl wearing a red, white and black plaid pullover top with a v-neck, a hood and a kangaroo pocket.

girl wearing tan hooded pullover stop with kangaroo front pocket

Allison’s button plackets on the sides add a little extra detail, don’t you think?

Shelley added a contrasting hood lining to her wool pullover and opted for snaps.

Woman wearing gray hooded pullover top with tan lining and copper colored side snaps

Erica made her Antwerp Pullover out of denim, Maria opted for a jersey knit, and Kari selected a wool plaid.

On the left, anAsian woman wears a denim v-neck pullover with a collar and kangaroo pocket. On the right a white woman wears the same pullover but in an electric blue knit.

A woman stands in the street wearing a black and white plaid wool pullover top with a collar and kangaroo pocket.

You can read more about the Antwerp Pullover pattern right here. You can get your own copy in paper or digital format. Need fabric, styling, or customization ideas?  We’ve got you covered in this post, or check out Liesl’s Pinterest board. Tag us on Instagram #lieslandco and #antwerppullover so we can see what you make!




  1. Love all of them! I amazed by how different it looks in each of the fabrics used.

  2. Danielle

    I just bought this – love it… wondering two things! I can’t find instructions on how to choose cup size on this and 2 other patterns I just bought; also, if I choose a French Terry for this, should it be low stretch, or does it really matter? (I know stable knits such as French TErry are recommended….)

    1. Take a peek on the page that would be the pattern envelope back – there is usually a note about choosing cup size under the body measurements section.

    2. So glad you like it! We also have this blog post to help you choose the correct size:

  3. Lyndsey Stanfill

    Gah! So good! I didn’t even think of sewing it with a knit. So many options!

  4. That is really lovely

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