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  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, View C
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, View A
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, View C
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, View A, B & C
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, View B
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns - Envelope Cover
  • Renfrew Top by Sewaholic Patterns, Line Drawings of View A, B & C

Product Description

This is a printed paper sewing pattern that will be mailed to you at home. To buy this pattern as a print-at-home PDF sewing pattern, click here.

The perfect basic tee and our best-selling pattern! The Renfrew Top is a fitted knit top with sleeve and neckline variations. View A has long sleeves and a scoop neckline. View B has short sleeves and a deep V neckline. View C has a dramatic cowl neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Mix and match any of the sleeves with any of the neckline options for unlimited possibilities!

This is the knit top pattern for people who dislike sewing with knits. Instead of standard machine-stitched hems, the sleeve and body hems are finished with bands. These banded hems are easy to sew and finish the edge in a professional-looking way.

Freshen up your wardrobe this season with a handful of colourful new knit tops!

Click here for the Envelope Back in PDF format

Click here for the Envelope Back in PDF format - Metric

Other Details

0-16 (all sizes are included in one pattern!)
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  1. Very versatile!

    Posted by Rocking the Frock on 7th Dec 2014

    I have yet to actually make regular clothing from this pattern, but I HAVE made a faux-chain maille shirt for a knight for "Alice in Wonderland," a velvet deconstructed shirt for a Khan costume, and by lengthening the body I have made a 1920's Swimsuit out of knit fabric. I look forward to seeing what it looks like in regular knit!

  2. Easy pattern, fits well

    Posted by StPaulMom on 21st Jul 2014

    I am an advanced beginner with garment construction. Just finished my first shirt with this pattern, and it fits very nicely. I used a stable knit with only about 20% stretch, and the sizing was right on. I think I'll try the next one with a stretchier knit and maybe go down a size. The directions were easy to follow and it came together in a cinch. I used a horizontal 1" stripe, and I think it took me longer to cut it out (fussing with the stripes) than to sew it.

  3. Love this pattern!

    Posted by Ann-Marie on 2nd Jun 2014

    This was my first pattern from Sewaholic and what a great pattern it is! I cannot recommend d enough, go ahead and buy it you will not be sorry.

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