Carolyn Shawl Collar Sweater Pullover - Seamingly Smitten new release

Women's Carolyn Shawl Collar Sweater Pullover sewing pattern XS-XXXL

New Release!

The testers had so much fun with the Carolyn Shawl Collar Pullover / Sweater and I think you will love it, too! I had a customer, Carolyn, send me a picture of a top she had been eyeing but really wanted to sew! As soon as I saw it I thought you all would love it so I got to work and made a pattern for one! 


The shawl collar is not as intimidating as it looks! That is exactly what I thought when I first saw the picture, but after a try on some scrap fabric I was ready to attach one to the mock I made!

The Carolyn Shawl Collar Sweater just released in the pattern shop HERE and I hope you find some tester photos that are super inspiring and make you want to go sew one today! If you are a confident beginner I think you can tackle this one easily! 

I even included a VIDEO of How to Attach a Shawl Collar in the pattern! Worried about that collar? Don't be! Check out the VIDEO HERE and see how easy it actually is, then go grab your pattern HERE :) 


Prints on US Letter, A4 paper and A0 large format printing paper (copy shop)

All sizes included Women's XS-XXXL (sizes 0-26) / sizing chart in photos

This pattern features a pullover style, long sleeve, shawl collar pullover that includes optional sleeve cuffs and an optional hemband. This looks beautiful when the shawl collar, cuffs and hemband are done in a contrasting fabric and the hemband really makes hemming simple! A confident beginner can sew this pattern with ease and we even include a video tutorial on how to attach the shawl collar! Learning by watching is one of the most effective ways to gain confidence before you give it a try! 

The Carolyn Shawl Sleeve Sweater Pullover sewing pattern also includes petite, regular or tall hem and sleeve lengths and petite and regular bodice widths.

Suggested fabrics: double brushed poly, jersey knit, hacci sweater knit, French terry, cotton spandex, rayon blend ponte or similar. If you use a lightweight 4 way stretch fabric size down one size.

Go make one today!

Happy Sewing!

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