The Varsity Cowl Neck Pullover will keep your kiddos warm, snug, and comfortable! Made from cozy knit or fleece it's perfect for play and the cowl neck keeps little ones warm in any weather. With just 10 steps you'll have your very own sewn up in no time.
Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
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You may sell pullovers made with this pattern. You may not resell, copy, or redistribute this pattern in any form.
Posted by Amanda Waterman on 28th May 2015
Only my second time sewing s garment.. Only experienced with quilts and diapers. The pattern was so simple to piece together and the steps made the process incredibly easy. Can't wait to buy more!
Posted by Jenn Slack on 9th Jan 2015
This was my first pattern using knit fabric. I was terrified. I cut the material and then it just sat waiting while I worked up the courage to begin. The pattern is great. A couple more pictures in the directions would have been nice I think. I didn't figure out the stitching until the end...So I'm excited to make a second now that some of the knit fear is squashed.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Nov 2014
This was a great pattern that i was able to sew up in less than an hour, it is also appropriate for girls and boys so I was able to make one for each of my kids, I dressed it up a bit by making it out of velour and they all look adorable! This pattern was well written and the instructions were easy to follow. Thanks for a great pattern!
Posted by Kristy Thurmer on 8th Sep 2014
This is such a quick project with a GREAT outcome. I have made three of these. Its so easy to adapt to any size child!
Posted by Anne on 30th Aug 2014
Love this pattern. It's so nice to find a top for my son that has a different neckline. It was super easy to make - only took about 30min once it was cut out. Sizing was a little big but that may be my fault as I was trying to measure a very wiggly 18month old who takes varying sizes for chest, body length and sleeve length. Looking fwd to making the next one!
Posted by Felicia on 22nd May 2014
I always find it hard to sew for older boys. This is the perfect pattern for the bigger kids. I used upcycled tees for mine.
Posted by Charity on 22nd May 2014
i made one for my son using one of my husband's old polo shirts. i used the old collar as the cowl neck piece, and it turned out pretty great! i like that it's a little different than your regular necklines, but also casual.
Posted by Natalie O. on 22nd May 2014
I have made it for both my son & daughter. I like the look it creates. Nothing more handsome than a little man!