How To Sew A Robe With Free Pattern
HappiestCamper shows you How To Sew A Robe With Free Pattern, which includes a cute belt. This free pattern and tutorial will help you make an amazing robe at home. We walk you through how to print, assemble, and use the pattern below.
What You’ll Need:
This pattern is drafted for a height of 5′ 4- 5 5″, so you may need to lengthen or shorten it as needed. Measure the 2″ test square to see if it measures exactly 2″. If it does, print the remaining pages. Pin the pocket to the front of the robe using the pocket placement guide or to your liking.
We’re about halfway through this how to sew a robe with free pattern tutorial; first, we’ll sew the sleeves to the main body of the robe, and then we’ll sew the belt loops in place, using the markings on the pattern piece as a guide.
How many yards of fabric do I need for a robe?
The length of the robe will determine the amount of yardage needed; I recommend purchasing at least 3 yards per garment. 1 or 2 spools of thread
How do you attach sleeves to a sleeveless dress?
- Use a shirt from your closet as a pattern.
- Lay your pattern piece along the folded edge of your fabric and cut around it, adding a 1/2 inch seam allowance.
- Open the sleeve up and fold the bottom edge over twice and hem.
How do you fit an armhole sleeve?
Continue by pining the sleeve at both notches and the beginning and end of the armhole, ensuring that your sleeve matches perfectly between the end of the armhole and the notch (tip: two notches will always indicate the back sleeve / armhole ).
What are the three types of sleeves?
Set in, kimono, and raglan are the three basic types of sleeves.
What is the difference between a raglan sleeve and a set in sleeve?
The differences between a raglan and a set-in sleeve are not subtle, and unless contrasting colors are used in the garment, you might not even notice one. Raglan allows for more movement but comes at a higher cost, whereas Set-in is faster and less expensive to produce.
How do I calculate how much fabric I need?
Use this formula to figure out how much fabric you’ll need:
- The number of pieces that fit into width (rounded down to the whole number) equals the width of fabric divided by the width of one piece. The total number of pieces divided by the number of pieces that fit into width equals the number of rows you need.