Piping pullover
The back zipper half-sleeve pullover  is easy to use,
I wanted to make this silhouette with fabric, so I finished it with a more user-friendly piece.
The part where the shoulder line is slightly back is fresh. There are 2 types of neckline, piping and facing.
The sleeves are half sleeves at the elbow (30cm) and a cut line that is 10cm shorter (20cm).
In addition, the buttons that are commonly found in ready-made clothes are attached to the back side.
◉ Number of printed pages of the main body of the pattern
15 sheets of A4 paper
◉ How to make 5 pages
|(Unit: cm)||No. 7 (S)||No. 9 (M)||No. 11 (L)||No. 13 (2L)|
|number of parts||6||6||6||6|
|Others|| ■ Approximately 110cm width: Approximately 1.3m (same regardless of size and sleeve length)
■ Approximately 134 to 140cm・・・Approximately 1.1m (30cm sleeves for all sizes)
■ Approximately 134 to 140cm・・・Approximately 1.0m (20cm sleeves for all sizes)
■ If you choose the neckline piping finish Cloth about 40cm × about 40cm
■ 1 button 1.15 [suitable cloth]
Blouse fabric, low to medium tension knits in general
◉ PDF pattern includes:
・ 2 sizes of patterns (finished line, seam allowance included, written in Japanese and English)
・Illustrated specifications (Japanese/English)
・Guide booklet (both Japanese and English)
◉ PDF Pattern Features:
After completing your order, you will receive a PDF download email immediately! You can print it out on A4 paper at home or at a convenience store, paste it together, and cut out the pattern, so you can use it immediately without tracing. * Bonding is surprisingly easy. For tips on outputting and pasting PDFs, see our blog .
◉ The pattern pieces have English & Japanese names.
English instructions are available on the blog.
◉ You can see the printed paper pattern from the Japanese site .