Named after the sparsely populated and northern-most of the British Virgin Islands, boat neck ANEGADA is a semi-fitted super basic with an unconventional feminine touch.

View A features a wider neckline, displaying a little extra shoulder. The raw edge allows the fabric to roll over nonchalantly, exposing the inside of the fabric and creating a cowl neckline, depending upon the knit of the fabric. View B is a true everyday boat neck with mini box pleats. Depending on your choice of fabric, this universally flattering single pattern can truly take you from the gym to the opera and is sure to become an absolute favorite in any capsule wardrobe.

This pattern works best with light- to medium-weight knits with some drape, such as jersey, bamboo or rayon jersey, interlock, t-shirt weight merino, French terry and lightweight sweat-shirting, with 25% to 100% stretch. Fabric requirements are based on a size 10. They assume you are using a one-directional print as well as the same fabric for the neck, arm- and/or waistbands as the bodice + sleeves. Less fabric may be needed for smaller sizes, solids or two-directional prints. 

Coordinating thread, ball-point or stretch needle, (optional) twin needle.

Adventurous Beginner

This pattern will be printed and dispatched to you once you have placed your order. It contains 1 x A0 Pattern Page. You can choose if you want to receive the instructions as a emailed file or for a small additional fee they can be printed for you too.

We conserve paper by printing on both sides of the A4 paper for the instructions.

The Pattern will be dispatched in a Kraft String and Washer Envelope that has the Pattern sticker on the front which is perfect for using to store you pattern in once sewn.

All our Patterns are sent 1st Class Post with Royal Mail.

My name is Meghann Halfmoon. I am the designer and creator behind the sewing pattern label HALFMOON ATELIER. I believe that simple design and simple choices can have a big impact: on the way we feel, on the way we live and on the world! However, choosing fashionable, socially conscious products is still harder than it should be. I can help make it easier.

Well-made foundation pieces help simplify our lives. We need less, but they add more to our closet and leave us feeling polished and put together for all occasions. We can also have a positive influence on the world by choosing to sew with sustainably and ethically made fabrics. By using ethically sourced fabric, we are helping the people – mainly women – who create our textiles. It’s just a drop in the bucket, but that bucket is full of millions of little drops.

My mission is to design simple, unique sewing patterns and facilitate sewists to source sustainable, ethical, organic and fair trade fabric as a small step toward my vision of a world in which sustainable, ethical production is simply standard.

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