Wednesday, February 5, 2014

the izzy top pattern is now available in sizes 6 - 12!

I am excited to say that the Izzy Top is now available in sizes 6 - 12.  And before anyone else asks, no I don't have any intention of making this in women's sizes :)  Grading it for the sizes I did was enough for me.  Once again, I had a phenomenal group of women willing to test this pattern for me! Thank you so much everyone!  Make sure to come back in a few days to see some of their wonderful creations :)


Get the free pattern HERE

Get the sewing instructions HERE

*** After you click on the link for the Izzy Top pattern, make sure to open it with Acrobat Reader before printing.  For some reason the pattern does not print correctly directly from Dropbox in certain browsers *** 

Periodically, I may need more testers.  If you are interested, please follow me on Bloglovin' or Facebook and watch for the tester calls :)  Hopefully the next one should be sometime in March!

16 comments :

  1. I just want to say thank you. I'm a beginner sewer and I have made 2 of the smaller tizzy's and a dress version. It goes together so fast and I feel so accomplished (and proud) when my daughter wears them. I just knew this was going to be a paid pattern. now I can make my niece one to…….you are so gracious….THANK YOU SO MUCH (I would definitely pay for an adult plus size version hint hint)

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    1. I did get the hint, but the women's version still isn't going to happen ;) I hope you enjoy making little Izzy's for now. And congrats on finishing a few! It's such a wonderful feeling and I'm sure your niece will love it!

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  2. Thank-you so much! I've made the smaller size for my daughter and niece. Do you by chance know measurements (chest circumference) for the new sizes? Thank-you again!

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    1. The measurements and fabric requirements have been updated to include all sizes on this post:

      http://www.climbingthewillow.com/2013/10/izzy-top-free-pattern-and-tutorial.html

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  3. Thank you so so so much! I am sure that was a lot of work. I already have fabric picked out to make tops for my girls.

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  4. Teri, I really can't say how much my girls love this pattern. I have made another since the tester, and have 3 more cut out! Thank you so much for all the time that you put into it, and how generous to offer it for free to everyone! I have a remix in the works using all knits with some other fun changes, so hopefully it will turn out well:)

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    1. I look forward to seeing what you make! I've enjoyed all your projects on your blog so far :)

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  5. Hi Teri, Thank you so much for this pattern, I intend to use it as part of my winter range, as in Queensland, we don't get a lot of cold weather, so this top will be perfect, with a t shirt or skivvy under if needed!!!! I have made a few already, they are so simple to make, but the finished garment looks very professional! So very kind to offer it for free, very much appreciated!

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    1. I'm glad you like it! And I'm jealous of the not-so-cold weather. We have a wind chill warning today, but the kids still went to school since it was only -18 F (-27.8 C) :)

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  6. Very generous of you to go to all this trouble for a pattern you are giving away. It is gorgeous, and I think you :)

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  7. Thank you! My youngest is 5 and her big sisters are jealous of her Izzy shirts. They will be so excited that I can make some for them now. Thanks!!! Sarah

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    1. I'm glad your girls are all happy now ;)

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  8. Thank you for such a lovely pattern! It is very sweet of you to go to all this work of making bigger sizes for all of us for free. I hope that you will come out with some more patterns in the future that all of us happy sewers can purchase :)

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  9. Thank you! Now I can make one for each of my girls.

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