Brisa Beanie & Tova Mittens Sewing Pattern Bundle
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The Brisa Beanie and Tova mittens bundle is the perfect set to keep you warm all winter!
Inspired by the classic watch cap, this close-fitting beanie will keep you both warm and stylish. Sew double-layer using a nice sweater rib knit or why not upcycle an old sweater and use the waist ribbing as the fold-up rim. This pattern is both quick and easy to make, and everyone will think you hand-knitted your hat!
For a more slouchy fit, or if you are using a fabric with less give and stretch, we recommend the Ullvi hat pattern.
S (53 cm | 20 7/8 in)
M (56 cm |22 1/8 in)
L (60 cm |23 5/8 in)
Size range include adults and children. This beanie pattern is close fitting.
Rib knits with some give, sweater rib knits without Spandex are a great option. The fabric should have at least 70% stretch. Refashioned sweaters with a ribbed hem can also be used to make this pattern.
►Length: 0.6 m/0.65 yards | Width (S-L): 44-50 cm/17.3-19.5 in
Sewing pattern for mittens, inspired by the design of hand-knitted mittens. Tova has ample ease but is not an oversized mitten, this shaping is more elegant than bulky. Quick and easy to make, and you can add lining to for extra warmth.
Measure your hand from the base to the tip of your middle finger.
XS (14.5–16 cm | 5 3/4 – 6 1/4 in )
S (16.5–18 cm | 6 1/2 – 7 in)
M (18.5–20 cm | 7 1/4 –8 in)
L (20.5–22 cm | 8 1/5 – 8 3/4 in)
Size range fit both adult and children.
Stable knits with some thickness for the gloves. The fabric should have at least 20 % stretch. Sweater knits, felted wool knit and fleece are all great options. For the cuffs use rib knit fabric. You can also refashion a sweater into mittens and use the waist or sleeve ribbing for the cuffs.
►0.30 m/0.32 yards for the gloves
►0.2 m/0.21 yards for the cuffs
PDF print-at-home file (Letter & A4). Each size is printed separately. Seam allowances are included. Every step is clearly illustrated with technical drawings.
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