Jarrah sweater pattern

$29.00 AUD

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Loose fit drop shoulder sweater. Pattern features a crew or funnel neckline, two sleeve options and four hem styles.

View A is a sweater with cuffs and a hem band. View B is a sweater with curved hemline and split sleeve hem. View C is a sweater with waist tie and cuffs. View D is a cropped sweater with funnel neck and split sleeve hem.

Skill: 1/5

Sizing: 0-20 (print or digital PDF). See our sizing chart here.

Looking for Curve sizes 14-30? Click here.

Printed pattern details

Your roomy and beautiful pattern envelope includes the full-size pattern on high-quality tissue paper and instruction booklet with detailed instructions to guide you through constructing your garment.

PDF pattern details

After purchase, your patterns will be available immediately in your online account, and via a unique URL emailed to you. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing to save it for future use. PDF patterns cannot be opened on phones or tablets. 

Size 0-20 Layered PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US letter size / 9 pages
  • Digital Instruction Booklet A4 size / 9 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US letter size / 48 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 size / 48 pages
  • US Copy shop 36x48" / 3 pages
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 3 pages

Please note that not all files need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method and pattern variation.

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Customer Reviews

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A firm favourite

The Jarrah is a versatile top with great choices for sleeves and hem variations. I’ve not made any for myself yet but plan to at some point. I’ve got virtually ALL of Megan Nielsen’s patterns so it might take me a while to work through the very large list of makes I’d like have. I’ve made three adult and one mini Jarrah so far. The instructions are easy to follow and the pattern has a relaxed comfortable fit. I’ve made views b, c and d with b & d having the cuffed sleeve version of a at the request of my adult daughter. There are helpful hints included in the tutorial booklet, things that are good to get into a habit of doing to make hemming easier etc. I stress these are relaxed fit so if you want a more fitted top size down on the torso. Worth mentioning perhaps is that the sleeves needed lengthening for my daughter but that could be that both myself and daughter tend to have longish arms. I made a size 6 the first time and the sleeves were fine but my daughter felt she’d like a smaller size next time. I made the size 4 next but the sleeves on the first size 4 that looked right with her arm straight down looked too short as soon as she lifted her arm horizontally. This is not a criticism of the pattern because I know bodies come in all shapes and sizes, it’s just a reminder to people that tend to like their sleeves to be a bit on the longer side that they should measure before cutting. The neckline is quite high, nice and cosy and the same height whichever version you sew. The tie-hem version is fun and the funnel neck version snuggly. The latest Jarrah I finished earlier this week was the curved hem one. I made the size 4 it has a relaxed fit that coupled with the longer body length looks good. I wouldn’t be surprised if my daughter asked for the next one to be a size 2 for the curved hem though, especially if I make one in a jersey rather than the thick Alpine fleece I’ve used for the three adult ones so far. The instructions were very helpful in getting the curve sewn nicely, I’ll remember to do future curved hems that way too. Having not sewn knit fabrics very often although I’ve sewn for decades I find the instructions in Megan Nielsen’s patterns very reassuring. So, once again I’ve found a pattern that gets used as a staple, I’m really not surprised that it’s a Megan Nielsen pattern. They’re all so appealing.

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N.G.
TNT make!

This is a Tried N True make for me. To date I have made this jumper 7 times. This includes gifting to friends. I love it and they love it too. So cosy and a quick sew too!!

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Highly recommend Jarrah

I have made view A and view C of the Jarrah Pattern, a must have pattern, variety of styles plus there is a blog on Megan's website how to extend the Jarrah if you like.
This pattern does not require must fabric and it is truly a quick sew, the fit is loose fit but I sized down as my personal preference. Have used French terry and a cotton jersey fabric and both look great! Plan to make another one View B in a similar jumper style fabric

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L.B.
Love my new Jarrah

I finally made my version of the Jarrah. I’m only just getting back into sewing after a long hiatus. Very pleased with the result. Clear instructions to follow. A lovely pattern

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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(4)
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P
P.N.
A firm favourite

The Jarrah is a versatile top with great choices for sleeves and hem variations. I’ve not made any for myself yet but plan to at some point. I’ve got virtually ALL of Megan Nielsen’s patterns so it might take me a while to work through the very large list of makes I’d like have. I’ve made three adult and one mini Jarrah so far. The instructions are easy to follow and the pattern has a relaxed comfortable fit. I’ve made views b, c and d with b & d having the cuffed sleeve version of a at the request of my adult daughter. There are helpful hints included in the tutorial booklet, things that are good to get into a habit of doing to make hemming easier etc. I stress these are relaxed fit so if you want a more fitted top size down on the torso. Worth mentioning perhaps is that the sleeves needed lengthening for my daughter but that could be that both myself and daughter tend to have longish arms. I made a size 6 the first time and the sleeves were fine but my daughter felt she’d like a smaller size next time. I made the size 4 next but the sleeves on the first size 4 that looked right with her arm straight down looked too short as soon as she lifted her arm horizontally. This is not a criticism of the pattern because I know bodies come in all shapes and sizes, it’s just a reminder to people that tend to like their sleeves to be a bit on the longer side that they should measure before cutting. The neckline is quite high, nice and cosy and the same height whichever version you sew. The tie-hem version is fun and the funnel neck version snuggly. The latest Jarrah I finished earlier this week was the curved hem one. I made the size 4 it has a relaxed fit that coupled with the longer body length looks good. I wouldn’t be surprised if my daughter asked for the next one to be a size 2 for the curved hem though, especially if I make one in a jersey rather than the thick Alpine fleece I’ve used for the three adult ones so far. The instructions were very helpful in getting the curve sewn nicely, I’ll remember to do future curved hems that way too. Having not sewn knit fabrics very often although I’ve sewn for decades I find the instructions in Megan Nielsen’s patterns very reassuring. So, once again I’ve found a pattern that gets used as a staple, I’m really not surprised that it’s a Megan Nielsen pattern. They’re all so appealing.

N
N.G.
TNT make!

This is a Tried N True make for me. To date I have made this jumper 7 times. This includes gifting to friends. I love it and they love it too. So cosy and a quick sew too!!

s
s.
Highly recommend Jarrah

I have made view A and view C of the Jarrah Pattern, a must have pattern, variety of styles plus there is a blog on Megan's website how to extend the Jarrah if you like.
This pattern does not require must fabric and it is truly a quick sew, the fit is loose fit but I sized down as my personal preference. Have used French terry and a cotton jersey fabric and both look great! Plan to make another one View B in a similar jumper style fabric

L
L.B.
Love my new Jarrah

I finally made my version of the Jarrah. I’m only just getting back into sewing after a long hiatus. Very pleased with the result. Clear instructions to follow. A lovely pattern

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