Afternoon Pigeon Tee PDF (Beginner)

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Named for the ubiquitous city bird, the Pigeon tee is bound to become just as popular in your wardrobe! The pattern comes with two views: a fitted round neck t-shirt, and the additional option to add long sleeves and a roll neck. Great for layering, or just on its own, this tee is quick to whip up, and is also perfect for those learning to work with stretch.

What do I get in my download?

  • Pigeon tee sewing pattern (sizes A to J) for print onto A0, A4 or Letter size paper

  • 12 page step-by-step illustrated instruction e-booklet

What's my size?

Afternoon uses an alphabetised sizing chart. The approximate equivalent UK/US sizing and imperial measurements are indicated alongside.

Size A/B (6–8/2–4)

Bust 89–94 cm (35–37") Waist 68–74 cm (26 3/4–29")

Size C/D (10–12/6–8)

Bust 95–102 cm (37 3/8–40") Waist 75–82 cm (29 1/2–32" )

Size E/F (14–16/10–12)

Bust 103–112 cm (40 1/2–44") Waist 83–92 cm (32 3/4–36")

Size G/H (16–18/12–14)

Bust 113–122 cm (44 1/2–48") Waist 93–102 cm (36 5/8–40")

Size I/J (20–22/16–18)

Bust 123–132 cm (48 1/2–52") Waist 103–112 cm (40 5/8–44")

What will I need to make the Pigeon tee?

View A: short sleeve t-shirt

  • 1 m (1 1/4 yds) of 1,5 m (60") or 1,5 m (12/3 yds) of 1,15 m (45") wide fabric for all sizes

View B: long sleeve roll neck

  • 1,5 m (12/3 yds) of 1,5 m (60") or 1,6 m (13/4yds) of 1,15 m (45") wide fabric for all sizes

The Pigeon tee is designed to be made with a stretch fabric. The pattern works best with jersey knit fabrics with 30–50% stretch. We recommend cotton T-shirting, viscose elastane blends, and rib knit.