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Archer Popover | Grainline Studio
Archer Popover | Grainline Studio
Archer Popover | Grainline Studio
Archer Popover Variation Pack 0 – 18
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Archer Popover Variation Pack 0 – 18

Archer Popover Variation Pack 0 – 18

Regular price
$12.00
Sale price
$12.00

 

This add-on for the Archer Button Up pattern allows you to easily convert the button up into a popover and add tower plackets to your sleeves to match! This pattern includes new pattern pieces for the center front, sleeve, and placket pieces so there’s no need to make any pattern changes or draft a thing. As with all of our patterns, clear instructions and illustrations guide you through with ease.

 

Please Note: The Archer Button Up pattern is needed. This is not a complete pattern.

 

Difficulty: Intermediate

 

Kari is wearing a size 6 Archer

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Fabric and Notions

Suggested Fabrics: Light to medium weight woven fabrics ranging from silk charmeuse, crepe de chine, cotton shirting, poplin, chambray, sateen, lightweight to midweight denim, linen, linen blends, and flannel. Extra fabric may be needed to match plaids, stripes, or one-way design prints.

Notions: Thread, fusible interfacing, (3) - ⅜” button, (6) - ½” buttons

 

Sizing and Yardage

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Additional Details

Digital Pattern Details
This pattern can also be purchased as a digital download. You will receive an email containing a unique URL to download your pattern directly after your purchase is complete. This pattern will be delivered to you via email. The Archer Popover Variation Pack comes as a layered PDF. This pattern includes the following files: 

Digital Instruction Booklet: 18 pages 

Print at Home Pattern: 18 pages

US Copy Shop Pattern: 1 page

A0 Copy Shop Pattern: 1 page

Printing Instructions: 2 pages 

 

You do not need to print all of the pattern files, just the one that corresponds to how you intend to print. If you have additional questions please see our FAQ which includes our Digital Product Policies. If you need help printing and assembling your pattern, take a look at our PDF Printing and Assembly Guide!