This is a PDF sewing pattern and tutorial to teach you how to create these garments. YOU WILL NOT RECIEVE ANYTHING IN THE MAIL.
The Cozy Wrap is a classic look whether you tie the belt in the back for an open cardigan look or the front for a wrap look. You can style your wrap is so many ways you can make so many with different options and have completely different wardrobe pieces. From a top wrap you can pair with slacks for work to a cozy robe style this pattern can take you there! You can pick from a hugh array of knit fabrics becuase it is a looser fit and has a belt that helps accentuate your waist with more stable knits. You can make more belts so you have option to tie for differnt looks as well. The wrap is a very versatile piece you can wear open, wraped tightly for a higher neckline or looser for a lower v neckline. You can choose from traditional slimmer sleeve hemmed or cuffed or try out the beautiful gathered sleeve for some fun flare. The side split hem is not only a great asthetic detail that gives interest, but also gives you more coverage where most want it with a longer back then front.
This pattern is drafted for a knit fabrics. Some of our favorites were sweater knits, french terry, waffle knit, plush knits, double brused poly, cotton spandex, ribbed knits and stretch velvet.
Options include: shirt length, tunic length, knee length, midi length, slim sleeves both hemmed and cuffed, and gathered sleeves.
Adult Sizes included: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, Plus 1X, Plus 2X , Plus 3X, Plus 4X, and Plus 5X (sizing/measurement chart on last picture). Adult sizing available alone here: Cozy Wrap
Youth Sizes included: 3m,6m,9m,12m,18m,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,12,14 (sizing/measurement chart on last picture). Youth pattern available alone here: Cozy Wrap-Youth
Both imperial and metric measurements included. You will receive the easy to print and match color coded pattern pieces on NO TRIM PAGES with layers! In US letter, A4, A0 copy shop , and Projector files, both rectangle pattern pieces and a cutting guide for rectangle pieces (so you can choose your preference), and a full color and detailed picture step-by-step tutorial and guide to making the garment.
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