Named garments are a combination of Scandinavian clean-lined simplicity and interesting details. The geometric cut of this pattern gives a bold and contemporary design especially when made with contrast fabric. I think this sweatshirt will be a real hit with younger home sewers.
Sizes: EUR 32 – 46 (US 0 – 14 / UK 4 – 18)
The pattern includes two variations: a sporty sweater and a feminine jersey dress
Both variations have an interesting geometric cut at the front and a funnel neck
The sweater is loose-fitting, and has elastic casing on the sleeves and a drawstring at the hem
The dress is semi-fitted and maxi-length, and has a deep vent on the hem at the back
The sleeves are fitted
Choose a medium weight stretch fabric, such as sweatshirt fabric, velour, or neoprene, for the sweater. Choose a firm knit fabric with approximately 50 % stretch for the dress. The sample is made of stretch velvet.
Materials & supplies: (See chart for further details)
Fabric for the sweater: 1.5m of 150cm wide – 2.2m of 115cm wide
Contrast fabric for the sweater: 40 cm
2.5 cm wide elastic for the sweater: 50 – 55 cm
Drawstring for the sweater: 160 – 190 cm
Eyelets for the sweater: 2 pcs
Fabric for the dress: 1.95m of 150cm – 3.25m of 115cm wide
Note that for patterned or napped fabrics the fabric requirement may be higher.