TABOR V-NECK • Pattern
By SEW HOUSE SEVEN, The Tabor V-Neck is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Tabor V-Neck is a simple yet versatile style that is as dressed up or casual as you’d like to make it. It is a loose fitting, drop shoulder tee or sweater that is built for comfort while looking smart. With many different options for sleeves, necklines and body lengths, you can make a Tabor V-neck for every season. Due to its wide, oversized body width, the Tabor V-Neck T-shirts are most flattering when sewn in a light-weight, fluid knit fabric with at least 25% stretch such as rayon, bamboo or soy knits while the sweaters are best with sweater knits that also have at least 25% stretch however, do not have a high lycra content (6% or above) or have too much stretch recovery. This is to allow the wide neckband to perform at its finest without puckering or gathering.
tee version #1 - A deep V-neck with option A - a 3/8”/2.5mm, mitered neckband or option B - a 7/8”/2cm, lapped neckband. It also features a curved hem and narrow, long sleeves.
tee version #2 - A deep V-neck with option A - a 3/8”/2.5mm, mitered neck trim or option B - 7/8”/2cm, lapped neckband. It also features a curved hem and banded, short sleeves to roll up.
tee version #3 - A deep V-neck with option A -a 3/8”/2.5mm, mitered neck trim or option B - a 7/8”/2cm, lapped neckband. It also features a cropped, straight hem and is sleeveless.
sweater version #4 - A semi-deep V-neck with a 2”/5cm wide lapped neckband. It also features a split hem with vented sides and narrow, long sleeves. It works best with sweater knits that do not have too much structure or stretch recovery.
sweater version #5 - A semi-deep V-neck with a 2”/5cm wide lapped neckband. It also features a cropped, straight hem and is sleeveless. It works best with sweater knits that do not have too much stretch recovery.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, sizes 00-20. Sizing, finished garment measurements and fabric requirements can be found here.
Fabric Suggestions: T-Shirt versions #1-3 Lightweight, fluid knit fabrics with at least 25% stretch such as rayon, bamboo, soft jersey (including Tencel jersey) and for a slightly more boxy fit, cotton, linen and hemp jerseys.
Sweater Versions #4-5 Sweater knit fabrics with a least 25% stretch. For best results with the neck use natural fiber sweater knits that are not extremely limp or stiff such as wool jersey, novelty sewater knits and some rib knits. Caution: Avoid knits with excellent stretch recovery (such as pontes and high lycra content fabrics - 6% and above) for use on the neckband.
Trims required: Matching thread, ball point sewing machine needle for knits, lightweight fusible knit interfacing. Optional-double sided fusible knit tape for hems, single fusible knit tape as a replacement for shoulder interfacing.
Skill Level: Intermediate.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
Each pattern features an instruction booklet and pattern pieces printed on tissue paper.
Photo credits: Sew House Seven Sewing Patterns.