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Tabor V-Neck T-Shirt & Sweater Pattern by Sew House Seven

$32.00

The Tabor V-Neck is a simple yet versatile style that is as dressed up or casual as you’d like to make it. It is a loose fitting, drop shoulder tee or sweater that is built for comfort while looking smart. With many different options for sleeves, necklines and body lengths, you can make a Tabor V-neck for every season.

Intermediate level pattern

This pattern includes standard size 00 – 20 

Availability: 3 in stock

Description

Pattern Features

The Tabor V Neck has many versions, but all feature drop shoulders and a loose fit through the body.

Version #1 has two neck options, a deep V-neck or a mitered neckband. It also features a curved hem and narrow, long sleeves.

Version #2 has two neck options, a deep V-neck or a mitered neckband. It also features a curved hem and banded, short sleeves to roll up.

Version #3 has two neck options, a deep V-neck or a mitered neckband. It also features a cropped, straight hem and is sleeveless.

Version #4 is a semi-deep V-neck with a lapped neckband. It also features a split hem with vented sides and narrow, long sleeves. It works best with sweater knits that do not have too much structure or stretch recovery.

Version #5 is a semi-deep V-neck with a lapped neckband. It also features a cropped, straight hem and is sleeveless. It works best with sweater knits that do not have too much stretch recovery.

Fabrics:

Versions #1-3 are designed for lightweight, fluid knit fabrics with at least 25% stretch such as rayon, bamboo, and soy jerseys. Choose cotton, linen and hemp jerseys for a slightly boxy fit.

Versions #4-5 are designed for sweater knit fabrics with at least 25% stretch. Choose natural fibre sweater knits such as wool jersey, novelty sweater knits and softer rib knits.

Avoid knits with excellent stretch recovery (such as pontes and high lycra content fabrics- 6% and above) for use on the neckband.

Sundries: Thread, ballpoint sewing machine needle for knits, lightweight fusible knit interfacing. Optional- double-sided fusible knit tape for hems, single-sided fusible knit tape as a replacement for shoulder interfacings.

Tools: Fabric scissors, iron & ironing board, straight pins, tailors chalk.