Khadi Hemlock

The Grainline Hemlock pattern has been a great base for both knit and woven tops. This is the second time I’ve used this kimono sleeve variation with a woven fabric – the first was with a kick ass Nani Iro double gauze.

Khadi Hemlock

The fabric is a hand-woven khadi from A Verb for Keeping Warm in Oakland. It’s lightweight with a really interesting texture. I added a little pleat to the sleeves which is especially fun with the stripes.

Khadi Hemlock Pleated Sleeve

Details: Grainline studio’s free Hemlock pattern with 2″ removed from the front and the back, the shoulders extended by a couple of inches, 3-4″ shorter, pleated shoulder

2 comments

  1. Inder says:

    Oh, wow, that fabric is gorgeous! You know, I live in Oakland but have not been to a Verb for Keeping Warm (I usually shop at Stone Mountain or Piedmont Fabrics). But that is incredible … might just have to jet over there … And this top looks great in a woven!! I’m inspired!

    • pinned says:

      Thanks! Verb isn’t cheap (!!) but they always some unique and inspiring fabric. Definitely worth a trip. Plus excellent coffee next door if you like coffee.

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