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Mini Jarrah tester roundup

Mini Jarrah pattern tester roundup

At last it’s time for us to show off the Mini Jarrah tester makes with you!! We’re constantly amazed and filled with joy seeing our testers sew up mini patterns for their children. There’s still time for all our northern friends to sew up a cosy layer for the last hurrah of winter, and for us here in Australia, what a perfect time to get ready for when it cools down a bit!  We hope you enjoy all of our mini makes made by our ever so talented testers!

Who

Angie, you can find her on Instagram @pocketful_of_rainbows88.

Made

View D // Cropped sweater with funnel neck (mixing up the variation by adding a hem band).

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The ease of the instructions and how easy it was to sew it up.

Who

Ylenia, you can find her on Instagram @len.blueskystitch.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The modular nature of the pattern, which makes it super versatile and easy to slot into an existing wardrobe.

Who

Christina, you can find her on Instagram @christina_alphabet and on her blog Fetch & Bloom.

Made

View B // Sweater with curved hemline and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I loved the options given to personalize the pattern, and the complete step by step instructions. The neckband markings made it so nice to set in.

Who

Teri

Made

View B // Sweater with curved hemline and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The length of the body is great, it’s quick & easy to put together.

Who

Stacy, you can find her on Instagram @lovedbystacyd.

Made

View A // Cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I love how adaptable the pattern is. Mix and match hem & neck band options make this pattern quite the workhorse.

Who

Srebrenka

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

Do you have any future versions planned?

I’m adding cuffs to the bodice for short sleeves.

Who

Sharon, you can find her on Facebook at Sam and I Designs.

Made

View B // Sweater with curved hemline and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I love the different options.

Who

Nichole, you can find her on Instagram @sewnichole.

Made

View A // cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I really like the relaxed look with several options to use the pattern in several ways. I also appreciated the variations suggested in the pattern!

Who

Caroline, you can find her on Instagram @caros_time.

Made

View C // drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

Very simple and easy to make. It’s a good staple top, but because of the over-sized fit and different versions, it makes a very cute top.

Who

Ann, you can find her on Instagram @atelier_int_leerke.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The perfect fit!

Who

Nicoletta, you can find her on Instagram @stitchandcappuccino.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

That it is a very fast make and very versitile. I would love to make it also for my boys (probably version A).

Who

Nicole, you can find her on Instagram @berylandphyllis

Made

View B // Sweater with curved hemline and cuffs

Do you have any future versions planned?

I want to lengthen View B to make a dress for my daughter. I’d like to make View A in a thicker knit for a jumper.

Who

Megan, you can find her on Instagram @meghandmade.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The easy to follow instructions and the length of time it took to sew (including piecing together the pattern!)

Who

Madeleine, you can find her on Instagram @madeleine.makes.

Made

View A // Cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

Do you have any future versions planned?

Yes I hope to make one with the waist tie and some appliqué on the front. Also a version with the funnel neck and a longer body for my boys.

Who

Lisa, you can find her on Instagram @lisagaskamp.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

My favorite thing is the trendy tie front and modern oversized fit.

Who

Laura, you can find her on Instagram @drisscolllaura

Made

View A // Cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I loved how quickly it came together and the many different variations that are possible.

Who

Kiran, you can find her on Instagram @gloopygoo.

Made

View C // Drop shoulder sweater with waist tie and cuffs

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I love the options. Its very versatile.

Who

Gill

Made

View A // Cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

The speed of the make and the result.

Who

Fiona, you can find her on Instagram @sewingsiequiens.

Made

View A // Cropped sweater with cuffs and hem band

What was your favourite thing about the pattern?

I loved how quick and easy this is to sew for view A, but there are also variations if you want to make a sweater with a little something extra!

Who

Elizabeth

Made

View B // Sweater with curved hemline and cuffs

Do you have any future versions planned?

Will make, version A with See you at six duck french terry and yellow core ribbing from lamazi fabrics

// SHOW US YOUR CREATIONS! //

What about you?! We’d love to see what you’re creating from the new Mini Jarrah sweater and tee pattern! Don’t forget to tag your creations #MNminijarrah and @megannielsenpatterns to share what you’ve been working on, and check out what everyone else is up to!

About Author

Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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