The pattern is an easy make, instructions are easy to understand. I love this pattern 😍 ♥ I will make it again
I made a toile which didn’t work out. I’m sure I picked the right measurements and size, but there was somehow too much ease. I also need to make narrow shoulder adjustment but this is my own fault. Overall the instructions are great and I love the design!
I love a great cardigan! The instructions are complete and easy to follow. A great staple in my memade wardrobe. My only comments for improvement is the v-neck style, pulls a lot on the top button (guess that is why we don't see photos of that version done up) - I made the front piece one size larger than that rest of the pieces so it's a better ease.
I used this pattern to make a nurse jacket for my niece. I hacked a tiny bit by adding pockect, because nurses need pockets(in pink leopard print)! Also cut into the back and add a fold to create more moving space. She loved the first one so much I made 2 more. The fabrics I used where a purple ponte and one out of grey linnen(didn't had to change a thing to the hacked pattern) This is a beautiful drafted pattern, easy to work with, clear instructions. Like the quality I've gotten used to from Cashmerette by now. I will never stop loving this company!
The pattern gets five stars, but not my final product, which isn't the pattern's fault! The pattern is beautifully drafted, the instructions are clear, and the sew-along makes it so easy. What I learned for my next Fuller: use the online size calculator --when I used it for the Washington Dress, it suggested a higher cup size and lower overall bust size, so the Washington bodice fit perfectly. Also, my muslin fabric was too different from my garment fabric (cheap heavy double knit vs. expensive sweater knit) so it was hard to predict the fit. For the cropped Fuller, I found the neckline a little low to wear with many shirts, and the sleeves a little full. I used a fairly firm sweater knit, and I think it would look better with a drapier sweater knit. But I'll be making more Fullers with these modifications in mind. These patterns are a joy to work with.