Driftwood Dolman Sweatshirt – Child

(2 customer reviews)

$12.00 AUD

Level: Beginner

Prem./Small Newborn – Age 12

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Description

The Driftwood Dolman Sweatshirt is the ideal beginner or quick-sew pattern. It’s perfect for both frosty winter walks or long evenings at the beach.

There are 3 length options from full length to cropped. There is a tie waist option. There are three sleeve choices – sleeveless, standard sleeve or bishop sleeve.

The pattern goes from prem./small newborn right up to age 12. It is suitable for enthusiastic beginners. It is designed for medium weight knit fabrics such as French terry or sweatshirt fleece.

There are matching adult patterns.

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

The print-at-home pattern can be printed on A4/legal/letter sized paper.

The copy shop file can be taken to professional printer to print onto large sheets of paper.

The projector file can be used 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.

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.

2 reviews for Driftwood Dolman Sweatshirt – Child

  1. Nwanne (verified owner)

    This dolman is a must! I absolutely adore that you can make this dolman sweatshirt look so different depending on material used, waistband etc. I used a really flowy poly jersey and ended up with a lovely comfy t-shirt for my boy. I’ve seen some use French Terry for more of a jumper look. The instructions are really easy to follow and I love that the band pieces are included.

  2. Ali (verified owner)

    I purchased this pattern upon release and made a size 2 and size 6 for my kids. The front neckline of this pattern is very high (yes, I double checked that I had cut it correctly) at both sizes (and I presume other sizes too but I haven’t made them so can’t verify). The initial photos of this listing show accurately how high the front neckline comes up (whereas the later jumper images show the neckline as much lower). Very disappointed.

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