Tobin Sweater

$20

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Pattern format

Cozy up with the Tobin Sweater! This modern sweater pattern is designed for curves, with bodice darts and innovative cup sizing. View A features a split neck, chic color-blocking, and wide cuffs, View B has a cowl neck and swingy high-low hem, while View C is a classic sweatshirt. Whether made in a luxe sweater knit or soft French terry, the Tobin Sweater will keep you warm and stylish all season long.

Product information

SEWING LEVEL: Beginner.

SIZING: 12 to 28, in three cup sizes (C/D, E/F, G/H). See Sizing Guide.

RECOMMENDED FABRIC: 

Mid- to heavy-weight knit fabric such as sweater knit, boiled wool knit, ponte, or stretch terry with at least 20% crosswise stretch

Light weight fusible knit interfacing (View C).

NOTIONS: Ballpoint or stretch needle, thread, twin needle (optional), 8 inches (20 cm) clear elastic (optional), 7 1" (2.5 cm) buttons (View A)

This is the Printed Pattern, which will be mailed to your address. The PDF Pattern, which can be downloaded, is available here.

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J.i.O.
Love this pattern!

I purchased the Tobin pattern in the Thanksgiving sale and have made it five times so far. My toile was a black poly from Joann Fabrics with the cowl neck. I always get compliments when I wear it styled with a big necklace and long cardigan, even though I’m not in love with the fabric. But I used a luscious French terry for four versions of the “sweatshirt” and it’s my uniform these days. Warm, comfortable and so flattering. I purchased Jenny’s “sewing for curves” which helped me figure out a small forward shoulder adjustment and how to lower my dart. Now it’s a perfect TNT pattern!

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A.P.
Tobin sweater

Great pattern! I’ve sewn 3 of these beauties. I did a FBA and found the pattern easy to work with. As with all the Cashmerette patterns I’ve sewn: I feel a boost to my confidence, the moment I slip into one of my garments.

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J.L.
Goes together easily...looks GREAT!

Found the directions easy to follow and straightforward. After cutting the fabric, the pieces went together easily. It is well suited to a variety of fabrics. I made it out of wool blend as well as French Terry sweatshirt fabrics and looks great every time I wear it.

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G.
Very easy sew, and great fit.

This went together so smoothly. I will adjust some things for next time ( a bit more length in the body and sleeves as I like a longer length, but the pattern isn’t too short. I opted to make the fold over collar and while I like it, I used a thick fleece and feel like it holds my head up. My “issues” are all based upon choices I made, not on anything in the pattern. I am sure that before the winter is over I will have two or even three new versions of the Tobin! Why it took me so long to print and assemble the pattern is the big mystery as once I got over that hurdle, it was smooth sailing!

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S.B.
The perfect fall/winter sweater

I have made about 6 of these, in various configurations and various fabrics, and they are all wonderfully comfortable! My new go-to pattern for the colder months.