Cottesloe Cowl – Ladies’

(1 customer review)

$12.00 AUD

Level: Beginner+

XXS – 5XL

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Description

The Cottesloe Cowl is a wonderfully stylish but comfortable top which can take you right from Autumn to Spring.

It has a relaxed fit. Choose between a kanga patch pocket, semi-circle through pockets or no pockets! Additionally there is also an option for a faux or functional drawstring detail.

This pattern goes from XXS – 5XL.

Medium weight knit fabrics such as sweatshirting or french terry are perfect for this pattern.

It is suitable for enthusiastic beginners. An overlocker/serger will create the neatest finish but importantly a regular sewing machine as all you need for all options.

This listing is for 4 downloadable PDF files: Instructions, a print-at-home pattern, a copy shop pattern and a projector pattern.

Print the print-at-home pattern on A4/legal/letter sized paper.

Take the copy shop file to a professional printer to print onto large sheets of paper.

Use the projector file to project the pattern straight onto your fabric.

For more photos, inspiration and assistance you are very welcome to join the Waves & Wild Facebook Group.

The measurement charts for all W&W patterns can be found here.

The pattern is created in layers meaning you can print just the layers (sizes) you need.

There is a matching child pattern plus a men’s pattern so you can sew for the whole family!

This is an instant download PDF, not a finished item. Due to the digital nature of PDF patterns, no refund can be given if purchased in error.

1 review for Cottesloe Cowl – Ladies’

  1. Teresa Dodge (verified owner)

    I’ve been wanting to make myself something to wear for a long time, now, and although I first found this company (under the previous name) mentioned in a Facebook sewing group some time ago, I’ve only just bought a pattern to make. I wish I’d done it sooner!
    The pattern is in layers, which made printing and cutting out really simple. The instructions were so easy to follow, the alternative pockets bit was sectioned off, before returning to the main part. I used sweatshirting for a cosy cover up and I didn’t know just how much joy I would feel after completing the sewing over the course of one afternoon. It fits like a dream, and I even found the confidence to make an alternative thumb hole cuff.
    I thoroughly recommend this pattern for a confident beginner who knows their way around a sewing machine. I can’t wait to try another one!

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