Hi everyone, Holly here again! I’m here today with a fun Jarrah hack for you. And actually, it’s a two in one! I’ll be showing you how to lengthen the pattern to dress length (secret pajamas, anyone?), as well as alter the sleeves to voluminous bishop sleeves. Two very simple hacks that create such a different look for Jarrah! And bonus – its really cute on Mini Jarrah as well.
For the bishop sleeves, you will need to use the sleeve view with the cuffs.
For the dress length, I suppose it would work with any of the views, really. Straight hem, banded hem, even the tie hem, could all be cute as the bottom edge of a sweatshirt dress. But I personally think the curved hem works best! So that’s what I’ll be showing you today.
One more note – for this tutorial, I’m going to use Mini Jarrah for the step-by-step photos. Only because its easier to work with and photograph in the smaller scale. But just know that it is the exact same process for both the adult and mini versions. I will note anytime there is a difference in the two (just in measurements).
Ok lets just get started!