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Wingspan Wrap

$14.00

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A generous semi-circle wing with a deep collar to pull around your neck nice and snug, this billowy and beautiful creation will have you ready for the seasons in between.

Our Wingspan Wrap is the perfect lightweight layer to keep out a nippy breeze if made from merino, or to shield from the sun if made from cotton.

Versatile, and a fun and quick sew to boot!

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Description

This pattern is written with drapey knit fabrics in mind. We adore merino for its versatility, but you could also use cottons or rayons. You could even try a drapey woven. Imagine silk! You will need to choose your bias tape with your fabric weight in mind. We recommend a double gauze or lawn bias tape, such as Nani Iro or Liberty Fabrics. There are two sizes, designed to be generous and free.

Size A-E cm (inch) F-J cm (inch)
To fit chest 80-91.5 (31.5-36) 95-110.5 (37.5-43.5)
To fit hips 87-103 (34.25-40.5) 103-118.5 (40.5-46.5)
Finished width across shoulders 64.5 (25.5) 70.5 (27.5)
Finished hip circumference 196 (77) 208 (82)
Finished length from shoulder 74 (29) 76 (30)
Fabric required 110cm wide 3.25m (3.5y) 3.25m (3.5y)
Fabric required 150cm wide 2.5m (2.75y) 2.5m (2.75y)

For merino fabrics we recommend The Fabric Store and New Zealand Merino & Fabrics.

Work in imperial units? We have a handy calculator to help you out!

 

  • sewing with knit fabrics

  • attaching bias tape

  • sewing in a tube

    All of skills listed here have a tutorial on our page, www.sewknitlove.co/tutorials

 

  • overlocker and/or sewing machine for seams
  • sewing machine for attaching bias tape
  • ballpoint needle
  • fabric as described for your chosen size
  • co-ordinating thread
  • scissors
  • 2m (2.2y) bias tape
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  • illustrated instruction booklet

  • large format, single page pattern to take to your local copy shop on A0

  • multi-page pattern set on A4 pages for printing at home

  • multi-page pattern set on US letter pages for printing at home

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