Lola in sizes 14-30 is here
We're thrilled to announce that our beloved Lola pattern is now available in our extended size range. Lola was one of the first patterns released in our collection, and to this day, it's still a favorite among our customers. We're thrilled to offer this pattern in more inclusive sizing.
Inspired by the classic crew neck sweater, Lola is a super cozy garment that ties in feminine elements, giving this comfortable wardrobe essential a sleek update. This slip-on dress features softly curved seams throughout, adding interest and shape to this sweater style. It also features relaxed raglan sleeves, oversized wrap-around pockets, ribbed neckline, hem band, and sleeve cuffs.
Lola is available in two size ranges: 2-16 and 14-30 in PDF format. This new size range offers the same details and comfort as the original pattern. We've added some updates by drafting for a D-cup and adding a few inches to the hem.
Techniques involved in this dress are:
- Sewing with stretch fabric
- Raglan sleeves
- Princess seams
- Attaching ribbing
Lola is ideal for a serger but can be sewn on a sewing machine. We've created an in-depth sewalong that will guide you through sewing this project with stretch fabric on both a sewing machine and a serger. If you need some extra help in the construction of this garment, be sure to check out this sewalong series.
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