One of our loyal customers, Kathy Akens, made this wonderful Joplin Pullover out of a heavy raw silk. She placed a black zipper down center front, with a handmade beaded zipper pull to finish. The Joplin Pullover pattern is great to use as a jacket with a zipper or button-down closure.
This Joplin Pullover was pieced using Japanese Cottons in red, black and white. This garment is great for piecing. The patterns pieces are rectangular shapes, so have fun with bright and funky fabric scraps.
This Joplin Pullover is comfortable for all seasons. This garment is made from a medium weight green sweater knit. Notice the ribbon rectangles that are added along the center front near the openings. This is a great place for your to get creative, using contrasting ribbons or fabric scraps. The instructions are included in the pattern.
This lime green wool blend Joplin Pullover is lightweight and perfect for spring and early summer. The fabric has a wavy texture in the variegated lime green color. Dress it up with a silver necklace.
One of our latest patterns, the Joplin Pullover. This is a great garment, with many possibilities. It offers comfort with up to date style. This version is made from deep green linen, with a chocolate under layer. This pullover shows one way you can modify this pattern to fit your needs. A button down placket was added to create a jacket.
What a great show in Novi, Michigan at the American Sewing Expo. On Sunday Erin is shown in the Joplin Pullover as a dress, lengthened 7 inches. The Joplin was created from a Stretch Velvet, belted.
What a great show in Novi, Michigan at the American Sewing Expo. On Sunday Kathy wore the Joplin Pullover as a Tunic over jeans. Her Joplin was created from a printed polyester-blend stretch tulle.
This buttoned-up version of the Joplin Pullover was made of Japanese wool kimono fabrics and incorporates the floating pocket from the Japoneque Top.This buttoned-up version of the Joplin Pullover was made of Japanese wool kimono fabrics and incorporates the floating pocket from the Japoneque Top.