New PDF Pattern – The Clovelly Cap

So 2019 has arrived (far too quickly) and I have been putting things off for far too long: I have been working on producing various sewing patterns for the last year or so but 2019 is the year I finally pull my finger out and get things sorted!

Today I can finally announce pattern number 1 “From the studio” has been released. The ‘Clovelly’ Cap. A classic ‘Baseball’ cap but with a contemporary feel. Made in Tweed, Wool or Denim with a contrasting upper brim of Leather (or similar) it looks great (even if I say so myself)!

Clovelly Cap

The PDF pattern comprises 10, illustrated instruction pages and either one A3 or three A4 pattern sheets (so no sticking together!). The pattern is for an adult but I am working on a children’s version too. It is a ‘One size’ adjustable cap that can be sewn using basic sewing equipment. Although it is a ‘One-Size’ pattern there are 3 different size ranges. S, M and Large that accommodate a cap size of 57-67cm.

The pattern is available now in my SHOP for immediate download so why not try something new?

Oh and if you are wondering about the name….All of my patterns will be named after towns/villages from Devon. After  Clovelly (and its junior) you will see the ‘Spreyton’ Shirt.


Until next time…..Happy Sewing

6 thoughts on “New PDF Pattern – The Clovelly Cap”

  1. Hi Jamie.
    I enjoyed your program on sewing quarter last week with John Scott doing the Flat Cap. Sooooooo disappointed I had to watch the afternoon T V.By the time i put my order for the Flat Cap they had all gone.I was hoping you might be able to help me out Jamie ! I’ll will pay all costs .I would be so grateful.Look forward to seeing you back on S/Q.
    kind regards
    Cavell Witt

  2. Just noticed that you are on SQ ON Tuesday!!! I’m going to miss getting the cap pattern again!! Are you planning to release a PDF version?

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