Comfy, soft, warm, and timelessly classic.—so many reasons to love anything with a cowl neck! This PDF pattern offers two options to accommodate beginning and intermediate sewing skills. Option 1 features a classic cowl-neck tee with self-banding on the sleeves and bottom edge, while Option 2 has been simplified with plain sleeves and a simple hem. The Option 2 Sleeves can be cut ¾ length or full length. The pattern also includes information to help you choose the right type of knit, as well as an on-line retail source and a reference for making a home-made fabric gauge to determine the amount of stretch.
Recommended Fabrics: Lightweight knits with a moderate (no more than 40%) one-way stretch. Jersey knits, bamboo knits, rayon knits, and lightweight sweater knits are just some of the possibilities!
Skill Level: Easy to intermediate
What You Get: One 23 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
Easy to mkae and just what I wanted. It was so nice to have specific info about required fabric type discussed in the pattern. Using the right fabric in this pattern is a must.
This pattern sews up easily, fits the dolls perfectly and looks great!
Always a pleasure getting your patterns. Some are easier than others. But makes me push myself into new experience in my sewing skills.
I just finished the second one with bands on the cuffs and waist. Forgot to check my fabric stretch and cut it out of a rayon 2-way stretch fabric. Using the bands on the waist and cuffs make a lightweight knit really fast and easy to finish...no more rippled hems! Because my fabric was so delicate and stretchy, I did use tissue paper when sewing some of the seams, and also used 1/2" stay tape under the back edges for more stability before adding the snaps. It turned out great! I would definitely recommend this adorable shirt pattern!