Sister Mintaka presents the Honeycomb Shirt and Dress sewing pattern by Cocowawa.
Honeycomb is a loose dress or shirt which can be fitted with waist ties. The Honeycomb features a front button placket, stand up collar and there are 6 different versions to choose from.
This Honeycomb pattern is perfect for beginners who want to up their sewing game, by stitching buttonholes, sewing a stand-up collar or learning about the ‘burrito technique’. It will be an easy sewing pattern make for intermediate and confident makers. The dress comes with inseam pockets and the shirt is finished with a bottom gathered peplum. There are multiple sleeve variations, including, long sleeve, short sleeve and sleeveless options.
There is a sew along video available for this pattern: CocoWawa YouTube
Materials and Supplies
|Fabric requirements||150 cm||115 cm|
|Version A – Shirt||2.2 meters||2.7 meters|
|Version B – Dress||2.8 meters||3.5 meters|
For Autumn and Winter: medium weight fabrics such velvet, corduroy, needlecord or babycord, tweed, fine wool
During Spring and Summer: light to medium weight fabrics such as cotton, chambray, linen, light denim, viscose, rayon, double gauze and cotton lawn
Interfacing: 0.7m of fusible interfacing
Supplies: Universal Needle, regular thread, four 1cm buttons and one optional 0.5cm button for the collar