The Women’s Logan PDF instant downloadable pattern includes:
° Made for knit fabrics.
° Has a drop shoulder fit.
° The front is color-blocked in three sections and the back is solid.
° 2 crossover hood options: hemmed or lined.
° Optional drawstring on either hood option.
° 4 sleeve options: sleeveless, short, hemmed long, or cuffed long sleeves.
° 2 hemline options: crop or sweatshirt length.
° 1 sweatshirt hemline option: banded.
° 3 crop hemlines: hemmed, banded, or drawstring hem.
° Detailed, precise instructions with full-color photos.
° Cutting guide.
° Includes a custom fitting guide on 1 page: how to grade for smaller chest and larger height or larger chest and shorter height.
° Suggested fabrics, yardage, and notion requirements.
° Print chart to only print the pages you need for your size and option.
° Includes layers on all 4 file formats. This gives you the ability to print just desired size(s) and in addition, features trimless pattern on the print at home formats. Open the PDF in Adobe, select the layer thumbnail on the left-hand menu and then select the size(s) to print.
4 PDF sizes included (all files include layers):
- Print at home, trimless format in sizes:
- US (8.5″ x 11″) The tutorial 31 pages and pattern pieces are on 65 pages. 96 pages total.
- A4 (8.25″ x 11.75″) The tutorial is 31 pages and pattern pieces are on 65 pages. 96 pages total.
- A0/Copy shop (33.1″ x 46.8″) There are 4 A0 pages.
- Projector File with 2″ and 4cm measuring squares.
I really wanted to love this pattern, but it was not to be. I always need to do a full bust adjustment (grading to a larger size doesn’t do it, because that leaves it riding up in the front), and when the designer doesn’t provide finished measurements that means laying out the pattern and measuring. I went with yellow because that looked right for my waist and hip and was only a little big for my high bust. So I printed, taped, cut, folded back the seam allowances… only to find that it is *huge.* If I made this I would be wearing a tent. Which means I would have to guess at how much smaller a size to try next before doing this whole process again. And maybe again? All before I can even get started on adjusting for height and full bust. And did I mention that the size that is way too big on my waist/hips has a sleeve that’s too small for my arms? At this point I’m going to say goodbye to the money I wasted on this pattern, find a sweatshirt pattern that lists the finished measurements, and do the color blocking myself. Logan is a cute idea, but it’s not for someone with boobs and biceps.
Candra Wilkerson –
This is a great scrap busting pattern that can be worn any season.
Hilary Thorne –
I love the color blocking on this pattern! It was so easy to follow and quick to sew! I love the crop version! Plus is is amazing for using scraps and scrap packs!