Staley Top - Digital Sewing Pattern
The Staley Top comes with two options, perfect for layering together. View A is a cropped jumper, featuring a split hem detail that is slightly longer at the back. View B is a semi fitted t-shirt with a scooped neckline and a curved hem.
The armscye and sleeve head are the same for both views, which makes it easy to mix and match pattern pieces if you’d prefer View A with short sleeves or View B with long sleeves.
Both views come with two cup size options - B cup and a combined C/D cup.
This pattern is for knit fabric, not suitable for woven fabric.
Suitable for advanced beginners and above.
Light to medium weight knit fabrics with atleast 30% stretch widthwise.
View A: Ribbing can be used on the neck binding, cuffs and hem bands if desired, but the main fabric is also great for these sections.
Choose a lightweight, stretchy knit for a slouchy and relaxed fit, or choose a structured knit for a neater fit.
*** Fabric choice will play a big part in how the garment fits. The stretchier/less sturdy your knit is, the slouchier the fit will be. The photos show how it will look in an unstructured knit. The neckline looks wider and deeper than it would in a more structured knit.
See chart in images
- Matching thread to your fabric.
- Lightweight iron on interfacing
- 45cm to 70cm of 7 – 10mm twill tape
A to N (see size chart in images)
This pattern has been drafted for a height of 5’7. There is about 10cm/4 inches of ease factored in.
There are two different cup size options for this top – B cup and a C/D cup.
It’s recommended to make a toile first in an inexpensive fabric to work out any fitting
alterations you may need, before cutting into your chosen fabric. The percentage of stretch and drape of your fabric will alter how this design sits on the body.
This digital pattern comes with an illustrated set of instructions, a printing and assembling guide and two options for printing – a PDF file for printing at home, designed to fit both A4 and Letter sized paper (45 pages). And 3 large format A0 PDF files to take to the copy shop if you’d prefer not to assemble multiple sheets.
Download and save these files to a desktop or laptop computer. Not suitable for smart phones and iPads.