The Grodin is the most transitional of Winsome’s garments depending on fabric choice. Use this pattern with a lightweight silk to create a luxurious robe or light summer dress. Use this pattern with warm wool to create an outerwear garment for cold weather. Side pockets offer a bit of utility. The process of sewing the Grodin will incorporate seams, turned hems, a neckline facing, belt loops and in-seam pockets.
The pattern includes sizes XS-XXXL and detailed instructions for cutting and sewing as well as a Winsome label to sew into your garment.
Notions needed to complete project: Fabric and thread
Fabric Recommendations: This garment looks great in a large range of fabric. We recommend natural woven fabric such as silk, cotton, linen or wool. While this garment is suitable for a wide range of weights, from very light to heavy, it is best in fabric that has some drape and is not too rigid or crisp.
58” Wide: XS-L 3.25 yards / L-XXXL 3.5 yards
45” Wide”: XS-L 3.5 yards / L-XXXL 4 yards
XS: Bicep: 13″ / Length 41.5″ (length adjustable)
S: Bicep: 14″ / Length 41.75″ (length adjustable)
M: Bicep: 15″ / Length 42″ (length adjustable)
L: Bicep: 16″ / Length 42.25″ (length adjustable)
XL: Bicep: 17″ / Length 42.5″ (length adjustable)
XXL: Bicep: 18″ / Length 42.75″ (length adjustable)
XXXL: Bicep: 19″ / Length 43″ (length adjustable)