Pomegranate is perfect for confident beginners who are ready to try bias cut sewing, all the way to experienced dressmakers who will be able to whip this up in under an hour. With only two pieces and very simple sewing instructions, this is the perfect pattern to dip your toe in the bias cut garment pool.
Sewing Skills Involved
- Working with bias cut fabric
- Bias binding facings
Viscose/Rayon is my favourite choice for Pomegranate but lightweight satins and chiffon also work well. The more stable your fabric is on the bias, the higher your cowl will be, whilst a loosely woven fabric will create a much deeper cowl (like the marbly chiffon example above). Any fabric that holds its shape won’t create the desired cowl, and due to the bias cut it’s best to avoid any directional prints.
This pattern doesn’t require anything except for fabric and thread. The amount of fabric you require depends on the size you’re making and the width of the fabric:
Read our top tips on sewing with bias cut fabric.
What does PDF mean?
PDF is a file format – when you buy this product you will receive a digital file that you need to print out and assemble yourself to create the sewing pattern. If this is new to you, check out our video on how to use PDF patterns here.