Reid PDF Pattern

Item Description

The Reid Top is an incredibly versatile pattern with many options. Choose the plain front, single or double swoop, faux placket with hood, Henley style, no placket with a hood or even no hood with no placket! There are multiple sleeve options including tank top, hemmed short or long sleeves, traditional cuffed sleeves, color blocked cuffed long sleeves, and long cuffs! With a size range spanning from NB through 12, this is an essential wardrobe building pattern.



Fabric Requirements

* Based on a 54” wide knit fabric. Additional fabric may be required to match patterns or stripes.

1 yard for NB-18M

1 1/4 yard total for sizes 18M-6

1 3/4 yard total for sizes 7/8-12

The pattern is designed for knit fabrics only. The full photo tutorial make it easy to sew, even for beginners. Included in the pattern is a "Sew Quick" guide with very basic instructions for experienced seamstresses. The pattern is saved in layers which allows the user to print only the size they need. Due to the color blocking pieces provided in this pattern, utilizing this feature is essential for viewing the proper cut lines for each size. Each size has the waistband, cuff and neckband measurements right on the pattern pieces, which helps to make it easy to store for using time and time again. Templates for these pieces are also included in the pattern tiling. 

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