‘Korrigan’ Shrug - Digital Sewing Pattern + Tutorial Download

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This is a DIGITAL pattern and accompanying tutorial booklet. You will not receive a physical product.
Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive two separate emails. One will be an order confirmation and the other will contain the link to download your files. 

'Korrigan' shrug
Féerie Telle's signature snuggly bolero with a cute pointed back and hood.

Instant download of digital Korrigan shrug sewing pattern and accompanying, illustrated tutorial booklet. Includes sleeveless and long sleeve options.

4 PDF files:
-layered Korrigan shrug pattern printable in A4 / US Letter.
-layered Korrigan shrug pattern printable in A0.
-layered Korrigan shrug pattern projector file.
-Detailed, fully illustrated tutorial booklet containing useful information, step by step instructions and much more.
+ Access to exclusive Facebook sewing support group / Féerie Telle pattern community.

Adult sizes S to XXL (you can check our sizing chart here)

This pattern is appropriate for beginners, but will be fun for sewists of all levels.

Machine Required
An overlocker / serger makes the process faster and easier but you can just use a regular sewing machine if you don’t have one. Or even sew it by hand!

This pattern has been designed for use with stretch knit fabrics.
This incudes Jersey, T-shirting, Sweatshirting, French Terry, etc.
Our personal favourites to work with are Polar Fleece and 100% Cotton Interlock.

Pattern Compatibility
This shrug is compatible with:
-‘Sidhe’ Sleeves Pattern Expansion Pack
-Round Neck 'Positively Pixie' Hood Pattern Expansion Pack

This pattern is for non-commercial use. Items created using our patterns and tutorials should not be sold without prior permission. For information on commercial licensing click here.

What our pattern testers and customers have to say

‘’I absolutely love your pattern and the book was super helpful and easy to follow’’ Bronnie

‘’Thanks for the great instructions, I rarely bought such good sewing instructions and was worth every penny. I hope you get even more sewing instructions.’’ Lia

’’I am in love and really pleased with the pattern and really easy instructions, thank you.’’ Jane

‘’The pattern is really amazing, the booklet is easy to follow with little bits of humour added which I loved. At first the pieces look confusing but once you start to sew it is a breeze to put together’’ Jane

‘’This is a fun and quick sew, which rewards the crafter with a ‘wearable’ piece - early on in the process!’’ Ridley

‘’Over all great pattern, easy to follow instructions and illustrations and should be able to be easily executed by all levels of sewers.’’ Ridley

‘’I love this pattern, it's fun and so customisable.’’ Sophie

‘’As a dyslexic I found it all really nice to read through and follow, the wording is clear and the font is nice to read.’’ Sophie

‘’I've really enjoyed making them, this pattern is amazing. I look forward to making more in many variations.’’ Sophie

‘’I have not sewn anything with a pattern in nearly 17 years, and have never used a PDF pattern at all. This pattern was easy to follow and straightforward in the descriptions. Very fun to pick fabrics and put them together!’’ Mallory

‘’This pattern is so much fun to work with. And having the colouring pages at the end of the booklet is great. I've used it to sketch/colour out an idea.’’ Sophie

‘’I really like the pattern. Directions are clear, and detailed. Sizes are accurate to measurements listed.’’ Julie

‘’I managed to get to grips with my overlocker (serger) and complete my first piece. It's not perfect but I'm really proud of my first overlocked garment. The pattern was fun, easy to follow and beautifully layed out. The step-by-step images were a great help, especially for a novice like myself. I made it in polar fleece fabric and for the closure, used a simple hook & eye fastening. I will replace it with a toggle button when they arrive. Now to try a different fabric 😊’’ Chelle

‘’I didn't find too many issues with using a heavy non stretch fabric with this pattern. I sized up to be sure it would fit and planned on darting extra fabric down, but didn't need to 🙂 I also added a liner and some macrame flowers I made myself. Can't wait to wear this to my big event next weekend.
Regarding the pattern itself? Easiest I have ever worked with, hands down. You don't use fancy sewing jargon and do a great job of explaining the visuals in the tutorial. I adored working on this and cannot wait to do the Tournedot jacket next!
Thank you so much for sharing your design patterns so people can make their own magic. Making pieces myself means a lot to me ❤️’’ Kaia Marie Nevermore


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