digital cabarita knit top sewing pattern
The Cabarita Knit Top has cap- or elbow-length sleeves ending in a wide banded cuff. The front roll collar is based on a 1930's knitting pattern and fits very well into a modern wardrobe. Optional v-shaped "dessert stripe" bias cut back for extra effect and a more flattering fit.
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The Cabarita Knit Top has cap- or elbow-length sleeves ending in a wide banded cuff. The front roll collar is based on a 1930's knitting pattern and fits very well into a modern wardrobe. Optional v-shaped "dessert stripe" bias cut back for extra effect and a more flattering fit. The pattern includes a cutting line variation for a plain cut back neck as well as stripe guides for a designer effect!
Cabarita is a rocky beach in northern New South Wales, beloved by the locals for its surfing and its beauty. This chic and easy to wear top is the perfect summer staple in stripes or in plain fabric.
This is a RiFF pattern. RiFFs from Cake Patterns are thoughtfully drafted patterns with minimalist instructions and packaging. It's all about the drafting! Cake grid-guides for sizing use logic and your own raw measurements for a fully customized fit! RiFF patterns feature the same intuitive sizing and sewing as other Cake Patterns, without the extra instructions or illustrations. RiFFs are perfect for intermediate to advanced sewists and adventurous beginners.
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Average rating: (5 of 5) based on 1 reviewsFantastic!Reviewed by Kate on 05/21/2014This is my go-to pattern for a top. It's quick, simple and stylish and there is so much potential for changing it up. It assumes a familiarity with sewing in general so it's not one for a beginner unless you have a mentor/teacher/helper or are super keen.Was this helpful?