This is a PDF pattern for instant download for this beautiful WOMEN’s size top, tunic or dress. THIS IS NOT A FINISHED GARMENT, it is for the pattern that show you and teach you step by step how to sew it!
This pattern comes in Women’s sizes Grey – Red 😉 see size chart below. Mama Kourtney is a simple knit pattern is full of options and right on trend with the knot hem option. It is fitted at the chest and semi-fitted at the waist and hips. It is perfect for all seasons with 4 sleeve options- sleeveless tank, short, 3/4 or long. Choose from 3 different lengths- top, curved tunic and dress. You can choose to add a knot at the hem or leave it off- both options use the same pieces. The knot can be placed in many different places and you have control over how high or low you want your knot pick up. Optional chest pocket can be added to any option. Measurements given in the tutorial for the neckband and armbands. Tutorial includes a VIDEO on knot cutting and construction. Detailed, precise instructions with full color photos to teach and guide you along the way are perfect for beginners. Yardage requirements, tips, tricks and more are included! You will need Adobe Reader on your computer to open the PDF files.
Includes 3 paper printing sizes- US paper, A4 paper and A0 copy shop size.
Matches perfectly to our girls Kourtney Knot Pattern!
Check out our Kourtney hack post for even more options!
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Ruthie S. –
Really I would give this pattern 3.5 stars if I could. The instructions are great and the video was super helpful for achieving the knot. There is no way I could have gotten the knot with the illustrated instructions alone. I had no issues there. My problem with M4M patterns are that they always run big and I have to make so many adjustments to fit my body (I’m 5’2″ with a fully belly). The biggest problem is that I don’t like this style on me enough to fool with the adjustments (and with this one there were many problem areas). That is personal preference. At least I have another wearable muslin that can be used for around the house or a night shirt.