Vuokatti Shirt Pattern
Shelby Kaava #301 Vuokatti Pullover Instructions
The Vuokatti Pullover is a basic pattern useful for all your layer 1 and layer 2 shirt needs.
The raglan sleeve gives a sleek but functional look, and many combinations of collars can
give variation. The pattern can also be used to make short sleeved T-shirts.
Shelby Kaava Shirt Sizing
Materials needed (140 cm wide)
Stretch binding (Optional)
Any light to medium weight fabric with 50% stretch. For example
a wool knit (ONWA) or Polartec Powerdry (PTPD) for underwear, Polartec Powerstretch
(PTPS) or Polartec 100 (PT100M) for a mid-layer.
When using material with less stretch one size larger is recommended. If a
material has more stretch then choose one size smaller.
There are two options in the pattern. Option 1: A zipper can be inserted in the front
of the pullover. Option 2: A stretch binding can be used for finishing the hems.
No seam or hem allowances in the pattern! If sewing using a flat-stitch technique seam
allowances are not needed. If using the stretch binding then hem allowances are also not needed.
Otherwise if making a normal seam add a 5 mm seam allowance and 2 cm hem allowance when cutting.
- Download the PDF pattern and print it. Below you will find PDFs for A4, A3, Letter and
Tabloid paper sizes. Do not apply any scaling. The pattern consists of pages that need to be
overlapped and taped together. The alignment marks form boxes with an X in the middle.
#301 Vuokatti Pullover pattern (A4)
#301 Vuokatti Pullover pattern (A3)
#301 Vuokatti Pullover pattern (Letter)
#301 Vuokatti Pullover pattern (Tabloid)
Cut the pieces, paying attention to the stretch marks and to add the seam and hem allowances
if needed. Be sure to cut pieces A and B on the fold.
Attach the sleeve
Sew the curved edge of the sleeve together with front piece A, matching the single notch together.
Repeat for the other sleeve.
Now sew back piece B to each side of the sleeve, matching the double notch.
Sew the side seams all the way from the bottom hem to the sleeve cuff.
Zipper option: To be added...
The collar is first made into a tube. Sew the short ends of the collar together. Fold it in half and
baste or serge along the unfinished edge (this makes it easier to sew it to the shirt). Now pin the
collar in place to the shirt. Place the collar seam in the middle of the back piece. The collar is smaller
than the hole, you will need to "pin by quarters". Start with the back, then pin in the front, then between
those. This fits the collar evenly into the hole. Now sew the collar in place while stretching.
Turn the bottom hem over 2 cm and top-stitch from the outside. Use a long stitch or a stretch stitch to
prevent the seam from breaking. Repeat this for each sleeve cuff. Alternatively a stretch binding can
be applied to the bottom hem and sleeve cuffs. See our guide on using stretch binding.
Full zipper: Simply by not cutting piece A on the fold, it is easy to add a
full length zipper.
Short collar: You can also make a short collar, like typically found on a T-shirt.
The collar piece should be 4 cm tall, and about 5-8 cm shorter than that in the pattern. This
might need some experimentation to get the right effect.
Examples of this pattern:
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