It's been long since the last post. I hope you've been doing well.
For this light pullover, I used a jacket pattern which had a funny shape. You can see the interesting technical drawings of Hilda Jacket pattern here. I once sewed a tweed jacket from the same pattern, and had a good impression of it at all.
|tweed Hilda jacket|
I love wearing it, not only because it looks pretty on human, but also because it has a good feature of itself. Unlike those usual dolman(batwing) sleeves, this can be worn under a jacket/coat without any problem because it has a good amount of fabric under arms. It may sound insignificant in words, but it is actually very inconvenient if a garment can not be worn in a jacket because of its shape. Have you ever wished your dolman sleeves, which are folded under your jacket in a clumsy manner, to vanish? I have. So many times!!
probably thinking of the endlessness of the cosmos, or tomorrow's lunch.
Pattern: Hilda jacket pattern from Tamanegi-kobo (PDF pattern)
Fabric: wool jersey, lamé, thin, soft, sheer, 150cm wide 180cm long