Angela Wolf Pattern Collection™
The Ruched-T #AW1123
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Ruched-T Pattern #AW1123 offers so many design options!
Three different collars and various ruching options or take away all the ruching for the perfect fitting t-shirt.
Fabric: This pattern is designed for medium stretch fabric, 3% - 8% spandex.
My Favorite Fabrics: Annabelle knit, bamboo knit, rayon knit, couture knit, ITY knits
Notions: 1 yard or less of 1/4" (.64 CM) wide twill tape (for ruching), thread, stretch sewing machine needle
Posted by judith on 30th Jun 2017
Very easy to make, perfect fit....clear instructions and a supporting video on how to do the rusching. A very versatile and must have pattern for everyone!
Posted by Ann Maughan on 4th Feb 2017
Made this pattern for the first time and was impressed as to how it turned out. Instructions were clear and precise and very easy to follow. I used a lightweight stretch jersey fabric. I have never used this type of fabric before or done rushing before. Followed Angela's video about rushing which was a great help . I also used the hack to make the very large collar. Was delighted as to how the garment turned out and can't wait to make a second one.I know this will be a favourite to make many times.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Dec 2015
Beautiful design and not too hard to sew. I bought it as a pdf download, which was very easy to put together.
Posted by Hazel abrend on 4th Apr 2015
Great pattern, I have made 2 already and will make many more. Really good instructions and they are so easy to wear. I have made 2 in thicker fabric for cooler days and will be making more for spring and summer.
Posted by Joy on 11th Feb 2015
I've made several of these and I really do wear them everywhere, all the while receiving complements. They're great for gymwear, then wash 'em up and wear them to meetings, shopping or a date with your husband!
I'b going to cut out another this morning.
Posted by Lyn on 16th Jul 2014
My daughter-in- law is expecting our first grandchild and by adding a little bit of space to the front it worked very well. She says it is very comfortable.
Posted by Bryanna on 23rd Feb 2014
This is a great basic pattern for a women's top. It has a lot of options and the instructions are easy to follow. The long collar option works best with fabric that has a lot of drape. The sizing chart was a little different than ones I've used before and all of my measurements were in a different size category, which doesn't usually happen to me. But I usually wear a size small so I went with that and it turned out just right.