Free pattern alert! That's right, free! There are no hoops to jump through, you don't even have to sign up for my email list. I have wanted to offer a free pattern for a while and now seems like a really great time! If you have a sewing machine and some knit fabrics in your stash, you've got what you need to make this top!
The Sunday V Neck is an easy-to-sew wardrobe staple. It features raglan sleeves and a ribbing that crosses at the center front. Make it in a single color or mix and match different fabrics! This tee can be a great scrap-busting project. Designed for knit fabrics with at least 25% stretch, you’ll want to make this tee again and again.
This pattern is for everyone and looks great on all genders! Size XS-4X included in pattern. The download includes: print at home PDF pattern (A4 or letter sized), A0 copy shop file, and instructions!
Click here to download the pattern. Yardage, fitting and fabric guides, and everything you need to know is in the pattern instructions!
Edit: some people were having trouble downloading the zip file. Here are the individual files to download: Printing instructions, Sewing Instructions, Print at home pattern, AO copy shop file.
The blue and orange version is modeled by my baby brother Kai. His measurements put him kind of in between a small and medium. I sized down to a small to give this top a more fitted look.
The aqua and grey version is worn by an amazing model/activist/writer, Charis Hill. They have Ankylosing Spondylitis and you can read all about their journey and amazing work on their IG page/blog. I highly recommend you check them out! Charis is wearing a size small.