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Hawthorn Henley Top View A

Hawthorn Henley Top View A

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Take your basic slim fit tee to the next level with the Hawthorn Henley! The Hawthorn Henley Top View A features three placket options, three neckline options, four hem lengths, and ALL the sleeve lengths you can cuff or hem. See the description for all the details! 




For more photos, sizes and information, please check out our blog post: Hawthorn Henley Tester Round-up!

Looking for the dress version? Click the link to get to the Hawthorn Henley Dress View B. OR you can save yourself a bundle (see what I did there?) and get BOTH the Hawthorn Henley View A and View B together!

This is a Digital PDF Sewing pattern that allows you to print the pattern at home in either Letter format (8.5x11") or A4 format (typically outside the US). A0 and Projector formats are also included along with a detailed, interactive PDF Tutorial. This is NOT a physical product. This is a PDF digital download, as such, there is no physical product.  Due to the digital nature of this product, all sales are final.

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Take your basic slim fit tee to the next level with the Rivet Patterns Hawthorn Henley
Hawthorn View A features:
Regular and FBA front bodices.
An optional henley placket in traditional, extended, or full body lengths.
Curved henley neckband or hood, or a regular neckband if you choose to omit the placket.
Short crop, long crop, top, and tunic hem lengths. Top and tunic have a gently curved hem.
Cap, short, elbow, 3/4 and long sleeve lengths, hemmed or cuffed.
Hawthorn is an all weather, all season versatile pattern you'll want to make again and again to try out all the options!

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Fabric Requirements

This pattern requires a light to mid weight knit fabric with 50% horizontal and 25% vertical stretch. Your fabric choice will influence how your final garment fits. A lighter, stretchier fabric (such as DBP) will be lighter and looser while a heavier, structured fabric (such as cotton spandex) will have a tighter and boxier fit.
Neckbands and cuffs require a knit fabric with at least 50% stretch and excellent recovery.
For the plackets you can choose to use a lightweight knit or woven. For knit plackets, consider the thickness before choosing your fabric. You're going to be doing some serious fabric origami and the placket will end up multiple layers thick. You will hate yourself if you use a bulky fabric here. For woven fabrics, the same consideration regarding fabric thickness applies. Another consideration, if you are making a full length placket, is the WOF/yardage needed due to the fact that wovens are often 42-44".

Measurements are in yards and based on 56” wide fabric. Yardage assumes that your fabric has been prewashed and preshrunk. Extra fabric may be required for matching prints, directional fabric, or if you need to add length.


Sewing Machine (serger and coverstitch are optional)
Needles - ball point, stretch or jersey
Scissors or rotary cutter
Optional for Hood: small bit of fusible interfacing, grommets and a drawstring
HENLEY PLACKET: Featherweight interfacing (such as Pellon P44F): 1/4 yard (.2m) for the traditional, extended, or crop length options; 1/2 yard (.5m) for top or tunic full length options.
Buttons or snaps for the henley placket - how many you need will be determined by placket type, size, and spacing preference.
Wonder Tape (not required, but very helpful)

Line Drawings