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Ready to Sew Jocko Pullover

Prix régulier £11.00 GBP
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We print out the A0 pattern sheets, but you’ll need to download the digital instructions, as we don’t print these. The PDF files will be emailed immediately after purchase, and the printed A0 pattern sheets will be dispatched next working day.

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Buy the Jocko Pullover sewing pattern from Ready to Sew. This sweater has a boxy fit, 7/8 length sleeves, and side vents. Perfect for chilly days, Jocko's slouchy silhouette can be effortlessly dressed up or down making it an essential for every wardrobe. View 1 features shoulder buttons or snaps, while View 2 has a funnel neck.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following formats:

- PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). What is a PDF?

- PDF pattern + Printed A0 copy shop (We print out the A0 pattern sheets, but you'll need to download the digital instructions, as we don't print these. The PDF files will be emailed immediately after purchase, and the A0 pattern sheets will be dispatched next working day). What is Copy Shop?

Note: In the A0 version, pattern pieces overlap. If you choose copy shop printing, we will send you an extra copy of the pattern sheet so you do not need to trace.

Suggested fabrics: Knits with 20% stretch. Views 1 and 2: Medium to heavy weight jersey knit fabrics such as boucle knit, sweat fabric, french terry, wool jersey, cotton polar fleece. View 2 only: Boiled wool jersey.

Fabric requirements:

View 1: 145 cm wide fabric: Sizes 32-46, 160 cm // Sizes 48-52, 230 cm.

View 2: 145 cm wide fabric: Sizes 32-46, 180 cm // Sizes 48-52, 260 cm.

Sizing: EU 32 – 52 (approx. UK 4/6 – 22, based on our standardised size chart). Please also check the designer's size chart.

This pattern was drafted for a height of 165 cm and a B cup.

Notions: View 1 only: 12 buttons or snap fasteners; 15 cm of lightweight tricot fusible interfacing.

PDF pattern includes: Instructions; A4/US letter print-at-home pattern (51 pages); A0 copy shop pattern (2 sheets) // Layers: Yes // Projector file: No.

Languages: French and English.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
The neck is an absolute joy!


You can see it here with five other sweater patterns all from The Foldline.

Top Row: SouthBank by Nina Lee; LB Pullover by Paper Theory; Toaster #1 by Sew House Seven.

Bottom Row: Orono by Itch to Stitch; Talvikki by Named; Jocko by Ready to Sew

Making up

With only three pattern pieces, this is a quick make.  I made Version 2 with the turtle neck.  Being 1.5” shorter than the height for which the pattern is drafted I shortened the body by 4cm in total, 2cm at each of the two length alteration points provided.  The sleeve is drafted as 7/8ths length but I shortened it by 1” anyway in light of my experience with other patterns.   Oddly, the sleeve insertion is marked with two tailor’s tacks on the front and one on the back.  Used to the converse, I pressed the shoulder seam in the wrong direction as the pattern pieces are otherwise quite similar.  This pattern has 0.6cm seam allowance.  The sleeve joins the body at almost a right angle under the arm.  It needed clipping and a lot of pressing to achieve a good result.  The placket design is elegant once you understand it.  Although simple,  I did not particularly enjoy making this pattern.  To my mind, the slim sleeve insertion is too tight and in future makes I will add a gusset.

Fitting and alterations

The grown-on neck is an absolute joy.  Elegant, modern, and very snuggly.  The 7/8ths sleeve is at odds with the overall warmth and practicality of the garment and next time I will add back the inch I removed from the sleeve length which will give me the perfect full-length sleeve.

My perfect sweater?

Fabulous neck but overall too boxy.  The narrow sleeve insertion is at odds with the generous nature of the rest of the garment and there isn’t enough room for a T-shirt underneath.  I feel a bit drowned by it but can imagine enjoying the cosiness sitting by the fire on a winter evening.


Ready to Sew Jocko

I loved making this jumper, perfect for a cold January. I added way too much length in the sleeve and some to the body too which was unnecessary - my fault. I opted for the turtle neck version, which came together very easily. More info on the blog.

Jocko by Ready to Sew

I love this cozy pattern! It's so easy to make and there are several variations. My blog post is below and talks about my experience with the pattern. I love almost all patterns by Ready to Sew!! They are so easy to follow and efficient. My blog post is linked below!