Kalle Shirtdress Sleeve PDF Pattern Expansion

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This is a PDF pattern expansion; please note you also need to purchase the Kalle Shirtdress for the instructions and additional pattern pieces.

Turn your Kalle Shirt or Shirtdress into a cozy, long-sleeve shirt! This PDF pattern expansion includes a drop sleeve with a chic folded cuff and classic tower placket and can be sewn directly to the existing Kalle pattern. 

Related Product: Kalle Shirt & Shirtdress pattern

Sizes: 0-20  and 14-32 (PDF only), view fabric quantities here and finished garment measurements here.

See our guide to printing & assembling PDF files here

Customer Reviews

Based on 84 reviews

I had been looking for a shirt dress pattern and was so excited to try this after so many people recommended it. It definitely didn't disappoint! I loved it so much that I made it twice! The instructions are clear but I really appreciated the sew along, especially as a beginner sewist. I made a size 6 and added a few inches to make it a bit longer. I also made the hem the same length in the front and back since I'm not a huge fan of the high-low style. Love this pattern!

K Phillips
Great Pattern!

With so many options to choose from, it's hard not to find something to love in this pattern. The directions are simple enough, and there's a sew-a-long if you need a visual. My one piece of feedback is that I wish the front hem facing indicates that it could be cut on the fold if you use the popover placket.

Love it!

With the help of the clear instructions and blog post I made this shirt. No toile just worked from finished measurements and it fits beautifully. I managed to make the shirt from only 75cm of this fabric, using white fabric for facings. Planning on making more shirt and a shirt dress. Thank you

Becky Sawyer
Pattern with lots of options

Love this pattern! The instructions are detailed and easy to follow. I’ve made 2 tops using different options and have worn both several times.

ann kelsall
Kalle shirt

Good pattern and easy to follow. I managed to make view A with only one metre of linen by shortening the back and omitting the hem facings, using a bias binding instead.