The Pearson Pullover is a semi-crop top raglan designed to sit below the belly button and above the hip bones. It’s great to pull over a dress because it isn’t long and boxy; It sits just high enough that the dress underneath still shines through. The raglan sleeves are long and bell shaped with elastic to pull them close to the wrist.
Use this pattern to upcycle an adult size shirt to a kids shirt. Read about it on The Blog!
Able to sew a stretch and straight stitch with a sewing machine.
12M, 18M, 2T, 3T, 4, 5, 6, 6X, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14 (see size chart for more details)
Tools & Materials:
Adobe Reader + Printer + Paper + Tape
Recommended Fabric and Fiber Content:
- Sleeves and Front/Back: 1 to 1-1/2 yard knit fabric (2 or 4 way stretch, 25% minimum stretch across grain)
- Neckband 1: 1/2 yard rib knit for neckband (4 way stretch, 50% minimum stretch across grain)
- Neckband 2: 1/2 yard jersey knit for neckband (4 way stretch, 50% minimum stretch across grain)
3/4” Wide Knit Elastic for Wrist
1" Wide Knit Elastic for Waist
Fabric Chalk/Marker or other method to mark the fabric
Sewing Machine (or Serger/Overlock Machine) + Stretch Needles + Thread
Pins or Clips
Scissors or Rotary Wheel with Cutting Mat
Optional Tools & Materials:
Zipped File Includes:
31 page instruction
Vivid picture tutorial detailing each step, perfect for a beginner.
Finished measurement chart
A0 paper size pattern pieces
Letter and A4 size pattern pieces
Layers feature on Letter and A4 size pattern pieces
Trimless pages on Letter and A4 size pattern pieces
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