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Raglan meets dolman sweater

I love asymmetrical clothing. It might actually be the reason why I love to sew, to create asymmetrical pieces of clothing. When I see an asymmetrical sewing pattern I just have to buy it. When I saw the Miss Heron sweater from Sofiona Designs with the asymmetrical option, I loved it right away. And even our dress girl even liked the asymmetrical option the most and wanted a sweater with the asymmetrical option. She has a more similar taste to me than I thought.

The Heron sweater is just such a fun new pattern in which you can make a raglan sleeved sweater or a dolman sleeved sweater, or combine them, how fun is that idea? Something for everybody’s taste! Both in the girls and miss size range.

It is a quick sew, especially with a projector file of course. And the sweater is great for panel fabrics or if you do not have quite enough fabric for one sweater, you can combine different sweaters.

The size range for the Miss Heron sweater is 0 – 20, which includes a chest ranging from 32″ to 47″ (81 cm till 119 cm).

Fabric: Purple flower fabric: Bloomsbury French Terry by Second Star Fabric. The butterfly fabric is which I used in this dress is French Terry Phiseux from Stoffen Hemmers.
Pattern: Miss Heron sweater from Sofiona Designs (also available for girls and as a bundle)
Sizing: 0 – 20 (junior miss), (girls 2-16)
Options: 2 sleeve lengths and optional stripe details
Difficulty: Beginner

Items in 2022: 
# Fabric this post: 2 in – 4 out (Total fabric in 2022: bought 5 new fabric – used 10 fabric – 10 scrap pieces – 0 gifted fabric) – in total 5 in 10 out and 10 scraps
# Patterns in 2022: 1 in – 1 out

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