Linden Sweatshirt

Grainline Studio


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Buy the Linden sweatshirt sewing pattern from Grainline Studio, is perfect for a confident beginner. The Linden Sweatshirt features a relaxed fit, raglan sleeves, and a graceful slightly scooped neckline, this sweatshirt is perfect for fall layering. View A features long sleeves with cuffs and falls to the mid hip with a lower ribbing band while View B hits at the high hip and has short sleeves. You can also mix and match sleeve and body lengths to create multiple versions of this sweatshirt

What We Think: We’re big fans of this pattern, it’s really speedy to make and there are loads of options to hack it. Kate made one with a woven front panel and stretch sleeve.

Suggested Fabrics: Medium weight knits with a minimum of 20% stretch such as French terry, sweatshirt fleece, sweater knits, and jersey.

This sewing pattern is available in PAPER format.

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Additional information


4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22

Sewing level

Confident Beginner

Make time

Half a day

Pattern format


PDF Printing

22 Pages

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    Linden Sweatshirt


    Fabric: Andrea Lauren Sweatshirt ‘triangles grey’
    Pattern: Very clear instructions – I’m pleased with the result. I made the size 12 to the pattern and it fits well, not too baggy and not too fitted. I added 2 inches to the bottom of the pattern and left off the lower band, for a more tunic, instead of sweatshirt look. I used a closed overlock stitch on my sewing machine and then a double needle to hem and also around the neckband for a clean finish.

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    Linden Sweatshirt


    Fabric: Liberty sweatshirt fabric from @anniehaberdashery. It’s gorgeous and feels lovely to wear
    Pattern: Clear instructions, and it’s easy to adjust the size. I wondered if I’d need an FBA, but in the end decided to make a size 10 at the shoulders, grading to 12 for the bust, plus add 4cm to the centre front, grading to 2cm at the sides and back (as I wanted it a little longer), and it worked fine. I used an overlocker throughout (except the edgestitching) and just made the stitches as wide as I could so I’d feel confident about it holding together – I didn’t want to take risks with Liberty!
    Finished project: I love wearing it! I didn’t think I’d ever bother making staples like sweatshirts, but now I’ve made this, I’ll definitely make more. I love that I’ve got a casual sweatshirt which feels special to wear.

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    My first bought PDF pattern for myself, great wardrobe TNT. Blog post

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