Patron de robe en tricot et de t-shirt Ebony
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Réalisez un tee-shirt fluide et drapé avec des tricots légers ou de poids moyen avec au moins 30 % d'extensibilité transversale, comme les jerseys en rayonne, coton, soie, mérinos et lin. Un Ebony plus sculptural peut être réalisé avec des tissus plus robustes comme les tricots ponte et scuba.
MÉTRAGE REQUIS (TISSU DE 58"/1,5M)
0-6 = 2,25yd/2m, 8-14 = 2,5yd/2,3m, 16-20 = 2,5yd/2,3m
0-6 = 1,25yd/1,2m, 8-20 = 1,5yd/1,4m
0-12 = 1,75yd/1,6m, 14-20 = 2yd/1,8m
- Aiguille stretch ou jersey
- Fil polyester
- Bande élastique transparente ou sergé de 1/4" de large pour stabiliser les coutures des épaules pour les versions A et B
- Facultatif : aiguille double pour finir les ourlets
From the Closet Core Patterns Community
This pattern sews together quickly, is flattering, versatile, easy, and hot flash proof. I altered the sleeves to elbow length and added bag pockets 4 inches below the bottom of the armhole for a Summer swing dress with the high neckline in an edgy mid century modern cotton Lycra print. Next I made a summer nightie with the low neckline in a Cotton spandex tie dye in pastel colors. I am planning to make a long sleeved/ pocketed version in black and off white bamboo Lycra that I’ll wear in Autumn with black boots, in Winter with black velvet leggings, and next Spring with a white lace petticoat. I also want to make the low necked tee; I think it is loose enough at the bottom I can tie it when I do handstands in yoga to stay modest. (I almost always add pockets; it makes life so much easier.)
Loved this pattern. Made a dress and a top out of super stretchy bamboo jersey. Easy fit and sew. Will definitely keep this pattern for more makes.
This pattern is a basic that can be a 'go to' whenever you need a new anything: a top, a 'throw on' dress, a nightgown, a lounge garment, a maxi. I love it for its simplicity of design, its ease of construction, and its adaptability to many different kinds of fabrics. You can even make it as a gift without worrying about whether or not it will fit the gift recipient. In my opinion this pattern is well worth the price tag.
Fantastic pattern, I made the tunic and love how it turned out. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and the garment turned out perfectly with no modifications required. I especially liked the blog notes which showed how to add long sleeves to the tunic.
Made this in a lovely soft cotton jersey from Dragonfly fabrics.
The pattern was easy to follow and the dress can be “dressed up”” or down. Very pleased
Directions & pattern just fine; just wasn’t the look/style for me!