Alderwood Pullover

$8.00

From Season 17 of Project Run & Play, we are happy to bring you Wendy of W. Pratt Crafts/Phat Quarters Alderwood Pullover pattern seen in her Willy Wonka look.

The Alderwood Pullover pattern is a cozy gender neutral top perfect for any kid!  It has so many options: Cowl Neck Pullover, Asymmetrical Bodice Details, 2 Sleeve Lengths, 3 Sleeve finishes (Hem, Simple Cuff, Thumb Band)

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Description

From Season 17 of Project Run & Play, we are happy to bring you Wendy of W. Pratt Crafts Alderwood Pullover pattern seen in her Willy Wonka look.

Pattern Features:

The Alderwood Pullover pattern is a cozy gender neutral top perfect for any kid!  It has so many options: Cowl Neck Pullover, Asymmetrical Bodice Details, 2 Sleeve Lengths, 3 Sleeve finishes (Hem, Simple Cuff, Thumb Band)

Fabric Recommendations:

2 or 4-way Knits with at least 20% stretch and good recove

Notions:

 optional trims

Sizes:

2t – 14

Skill level:

Beginner

Pattern Information:

The Alderwood Pullover is a gender neutral top perfect for any kid! This pattern features a unique split cowl along the neckline and has both short or long sleeve options, making it a great option for any season. There are three sleeve finishes; a simple hem, simple cuff, or a fun, detailed thumb band. The asymmetrical details along the shoulder and lower side bodice will inspire you to make a truly creative look with contrasting fabrics, or keep it modern in monochrome tones, enhanced by the chic style lines. Get creative with the plackets and try a bit of lace trim for a beautiful delicate touch, or faux leather for classic style. Alderwood will make both the boys and the girls in your sewing world comfy, cozy, and happy!

NOTE: This is a downloadable PDF pattern, NOT A PAPER PATTERN. Your pattern can be opened with Adobe Reader and will print on standard letter-size paper (8.5″ x 11″).

Please note this pattern itself is covered by copyright and may not be shared.  Each person who wishes to use this pattern should purchase their own copy of it.

See the original designs here:  Willy Wonka Challenge on Project Run & Play

Designer: Wendy Pratt for Phat Quarters