RIGI is a PDF sewing pattern of a jumper with two different versions.
Version A: crop jumper with long batwing sleeves and with or without box pleat on the centre front.
Version B: jumper down to the hips with batwing sleeves and with or without a box pleat at the centre front
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Make your own RIGI jumper with the help of this sewing pattern in PDF format, ready to download. The file contains a pattern to assemble and easy to follow instructions with illustrations that will help you throughout the process.
The total number of pages is 26 (6 pages for instructions and 20 pages for the pattern) for version A and 34 (6 pages for instructions and 28 pages for the pattern) for version B.
This pattern is actually 4 in 1, which means that there are two different versions of this jumper, on which you can add a box pleat if you like. The A version is a cropped jumper with batwing sleeves and the B one is three quarter batwing sleeves which finish at the hips.
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You will practice sewing double-fold bias binding
Find all the information about sewing level in the resources section.
RIGI is a comfortable style and can be made with different jersey fabrics (sweatshirt, fleece, Milano, neoprene, velvet …).
A PDF sewing pattern is a pattern to download and print at home.
After placing an order, you will receive a ZIP file including the following PDF files:
You must download ZIP file sent by email, print the Pattern-A4/Lettter file at 100% without scaling (this is very important, if not the pattern won't be the right size), assemble it and sew it. To check if the scale is correct, we advise you to print the first sheet with the square test before printing the whole file.
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