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The Tasi Robe/Jacket is a Draft-It-Yourself pattern for any size human and perfect for dipping your toes into basic pattern making and design. You decide your finished measurements and the detailed instructions will take you step-by-step through creating your own pattern pieces.
This pattern is a fantastically flexible basic that can be used to make a robe, simple jacket or even a cardigan. It’s suitable for almost any fabric from rayon, silk or linen for warmer months to a fleece or sweater knit for cooler months. You can even use up leftover fabrics for a scrappy, color blocked garment.
View A is a classic robe style with patch pockets, a tie belt and carriers. View B is a casual jacket with turned back cuffs, oversized pockets and a hem band. It’s easy to adjust the design of this pattern to suit your personal preferences.
This is a digital pdf pattern that includes illustrated step-by-step instructions and a spreadsheet calculator to create your own custom pattern pieces. PATTERN PIECES ARE NOT INCLUDED.
DIFFICULTY: Advanced Beginner
SIZES: Any size human
This pattern is designed to be used with a wide variety of fabrics. For View A, we recommend light to medium weight woven or knit fabric such as cotton, linen, sweater knit, rayon, silk, french terry, toweling, fleece.
For View B, we recommend medium to heavy weight cotton or linen. (If you want to use a lighter weight or knit fabric for View B, we recommend making the in-hem pocket more narrow to prevent sagging.)
The amount of fabric needed will depend on the size and style of garment. In general, you will need 2-4 yards/meters of fabric.
Optional: 1/2” wide ribbon for hanging loop (View A only)