This is a beautiful pattern. I used a custom bamboo and I love the relaxed fit and the feminine ruffles. Perfect style for my tween.
The Rhubarb will be familiar to anyone who has seen it’s woven counterpart, the Raven. This knit version is my vision completed with the beautiful, ruffled yoke and a completely different bodice and sleeve to create a new look. The ties, the back band or the raised scoop give detail to the back. The banded hems and cuffs paired with the ruffle make a gorgeous sweater or comfy dress. The relaxed fit means this will last for a long time and every sewist loves that!
- Advanced Beginner level
- Sizes 2-14
- Color photo tutorial with hyperlinks
- Quick instruction page
- Printable on 8 1/2x11 and A4 paper
- Layers available for printing specific sizes
- A0 file w/ layers
- Projector file w/layers (includes metric and imperial grid layers)
Light to medium-weight knits such as cotton lycra, interlock or double brushed poly. Sweater knits and other loose 4-way knits can be used, but length adjustments will be necessary for tunic and dress as the weight will pull the fabric down. These are better suited for the top.
Hem bands for sleeves and waistline of top require approximately 60% stretch.
**While many knits can be used, it is recommended to use a fabric with good recovery for the yoke lining when choosing a main fabric that does not have it. This will help to keep the neckline from stretching out.
**The band for back scoop requires fabric with good recovery.
**This is a digital copy of the pattern only.
So many feminine details, I love this look on my daughters. Thank you for this beautiful design that can grow with them!
This is such a beautiful pattern! Thank you for another amazing design!
This pattern makes for some beautiful and fun garments! I've already made the top and tunic for my 3 year old and love them both on her! As you can always expect from Sofiona Designs, the instructions are very well laid out and the finishes are top notch.
This is such a fun pattern for heavier knits. always hard to find something mature and fun for winter. I'm wishing I'd done a 3/4 length sleeve though ahahha oh well. I have more sweater fabric I need to use up. There are a lot of options, I love the top version as well. Just follow the instructions carefully, and they'll guide you along.