Capucine — Linen Bathrobe, Pajama Top and Pajama Pant, Type - Premium Paper, Single Size - 10 to 16

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Description:

The Capucine pattern collection is the luxury loungewear you have always dreamed of. This trio includes a bathrobe, pajama top, and pant made with our pure linen and crafted with beautiful single-needle seaming and finishes. The Capucine bathrobe is calf-length with a roomy fit, side slits, patch pockets, shawl collar, and wrap-front with belt tie. The button-front pajama top has a swing silhouette, relaxed collar and lapel, raglan sleeves, and side slits. The cropped pajama pants are semifitted with an elastic-back waistband, drawstring front tie, and side-slant pockets.

What you get with your pattern:

- 1:1 fit and pattern consultation with our in-house pattern maker and fit expert.
- The latest in sizing. We use up-to-date technology and body shape data to get you a better fit.
- Professional clothing construction techniques. Developed by industry insiders with 100 years of shared experience.
- Illustrated instructional booklet to get you from start to finish. Written with the beginner in mind.
- Comes printed on crease-free, rolled plotting paper. Professional quality.
- Your pattern comes with only the sizes you requested printed in vibrant colors. Less clutter for easier cutting.
- Complimentary pattern storage tube and pattern hook.
- Pattern card for easy reference.
- Sew for your business? The pattern license is free with purchase.

Specifications:

Type: Paper Pattern
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Design Variations: 3
Sizes: 2 to 8, 10 to 16, 18 to 24
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

Customer Questions and Answers

BM

what is the yardage required for each piece in different sizea/

Barbara • July 28, 2022
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You can also find the yardage for each size and view in the size chart. This is located under the size selections near the 'Add to Cart'.

Lauren • July 28, 2022
Oksana profile image F|S Team

Hello! All yardages are listed in the size guide which you can access on this page, near the add to cart button.

Oksana • July 28, 2022
JD

I'd like to make this with waffle linen (IS010) and know I'll need a larger size pattern. But how much larger?? One size? Two sizes?

Judi • July 28, 2022
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Hello, We don't recommend sizing up the pattern to account for shrinkage, since the shrinkage is uneven. Rather you should work from the washed fabric and cut your actual size. For more information about the shrinkage on this fabric please see our help center article: support.fabrics-store.com/hc/en-us/articles/4422004743821-To-Pre-wash-or-Not-to-Pre-wash-Shrinkage-in-IS010-Waffle-Weave

Lauren • July 28, 2022
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Hi! The waffle shrinks differently warp and weft. The garment size increase would depend on the way the pattern pieces are placed on the fabric. The width of cloth shrinks 17% (weft of the fabric) and 28% on the length ( warp of the fabric). Please send us an email and Lauren will be able to walk you through the best way to make the garments out of the waffle cloth. Have a great day!

Oksana • July 28, 2022
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Just in time for Halloween

I ordered Capucine with the intention of it being my first FS pattern, envisioning a collection of beautiful Fabric Store pattern tubes neatly lined up in my sewing room ready for my next burst of creativity. I SO wanted to love FS patterns after decades of using name brand patterns. I usually wear a size 14 or 16, but followed the measurements in the instructions and went with a size 12. The robe is so huge that the shoulder seams are almost to my elbows. The sleeves are six inches too long. The collar facing, sewn right sides together to the body per the instructions now has fusible interfacing on the outside. Don't we fuse the interfacing to the wrong side? I've decided to wear this garment to a Halloween party dressed as a Novice Sewist Trouble is, I've been sewing for over 50 years and have tackled some very complicated projects (successfully). My friends will be SO surprised that with all this sewing experience I can't complete a simple robe (although I've made many robes in the past). I spend hours poring over Fabric Store's fabric and patterns and I SO wanted to love your products. Very sad and frustrating. :(

barb • October 9, 2022
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Lauren

We're so sorry you had a hard time with this pattern. We have a photographed tutorial which shows you how to sew the collar, which does indeed have the interfacing attached to the WS of the fabric. You can find this in our Help Center. Our premium patterns also come with 1: 1 support, so we hope you'll take advantage of this the next time you feel stuck, or something isn't quite looking right.

I used a contrasting mediumweight linen fabric for the bias binding.

Lauren • April 23, 2022

Capucine Robe in 4C22 Dulse. Super fun to sew, and this fabric is awesome from spring to fall!

Lauren • April 23, 2022

When I initially laid eyes on FS CAPUCINE Bathrobe my first thought was: ‘Hello – I need you' – then I saw the gorgeous FS WAFFLE Weave Linen and boom! I found the perfect combo. Washing both shrinks and forms the texture of waffle weave linen. For this reason, I would recommend sizing up on the pattern to make sure you don't end up with sleeves that are too short.

Sophie • November 18, 2021

I saw the new CAPUCINE pattern and decided that I absolutely must sew this robe to welcome the cozy autumn in it. I chose size 8 to make the robe look oversized, although I usually use size 6 in fabric-store patterns, besides, I am in the last week of pregnancy and I think that a robe one size larger will fit me perfectly, the robe is great suitable for any stage of pregnancy, as the belly is well covered. I plan to wear it after childbirth; this model has a belt that helps you adjust the size, no matter what size you are at the moment.

Karina • September 28, 2021

More of the features we enjoyed about this pattern: Amanda said the robe feels like she's being hugged by a soft blanket. This seems like an endorsement for the fabric and the cut of this pattern! We love the thickness of the robe tie, the side slits and the curved pockets. It just couldn't be more professional or adorable. I think you will agree, that this pattern is a win.

Alisha • November 18, 2022
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