- The EU size 74 - 164 & the US size 9m - 14
- An illustrated step by step instruction.
- A0 file with layers
- A4 Pattern with layers
- US letter Pattern with Layers
Materials you need at home:
- Knitted fabrics
- Scissores, pins,
- sewing machine
Basic Sweater With my pattern, you will receive a comprehensive, richly illustrated guide that is easily achievable for both beginners with basic sewing experience and advanced sewers. The Basic Sweater pattern stands out for its classic design. You can choose to sew the cuff finishes on the sleeves and hem using either rib knit fabric or sweatshirt fabric. Likewise, you can decide whether to add a neckband or a hood. The guide explains in detail how to sew this sweater in a color-blocking style. For the best fit, I recommend using fabrics such as French terry, lightweight winter sweat, waffle jersey, or similar materials.
The eBook includes:
*Sizes from 74 to 164 / 9m -14 *The pattern in A4 pages for home printing, with optional size layers *The pattern in US Letter pages for home printing, with optional size layers *The pattern in A0 for large format printing, also with optional size layers *A detailed step-by-step guide suitable for both sewing beginners with basic knowledge and advanced sewers *All pattern pieces include seam and hem allowance.
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**Copyright Notice: All rights to this guide and the pattern belong to Karin Reisecker of Ba.binaa Patterns. Would you like to sell individual items made from this pattern? - No problem, you can purchase a commercial license in my online shop at www.babinaa-patterns.com. Redistribution, copying, modification, and/or trading of this eBook is not permitted. No liability is assumed for any errors in the guide or the pattern pieces.
... I am Karin, 30 years old and live in Upper Austria. Even back then everything revolved around sewing. I used to admire my mother when she used to make sewing clothes for me. From childhood to adolescence, I sewed clothes for my dolls and me without a pattern. But I really started sewing intensively after giving birth to my daughter 3 years ago. After that I founded my label Babadoo, which is still about modern children's fashion.