Toaster Sweater #2 by Sew House Seven

A knit sweater with a slit boatneck and side vents with mitered corners.

Pattern: Toaster Sweater #2
Designer: Sew House Seven
Categories: Long-Sleeved Shirt, Pullovers
Difficulty: Beginner
Recommended Fabrics: Double Knit, Interlock, French Terry, Jersey, Merino Wool, Ponte de Roma, Sweater Knit, Sweatshirt Fleece
required fabric: 15/8 to 21/2 yards
Sizes: XS - XXL
Digital Sewing Pattern$10.00
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The Toaster Sweater #2 by Sew House Seven is semi-fitted through the upper arms and shoulders and fits loosely through the underarms to hem. This cozy top has a semi-high neckline that is inspired by funnel and boat neck designs. Split side vents, a slight high-low hem, and mitered corners provide this top with details that will inspire you to make this sweater over and over again.

Sew the Toaster Sweater in a sturdy ponte or boiled wool and you'll have a structured sweater that pairs with slacks, chinos, or jeans. When this is made in a looser knit or a jersey knit the resulting sweater will result in a casual and laid back look.

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Pattern Details

Intended Paper Size: Letter (8.5in x 11in) or A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
Number of Files Included: 4
Total Number of Pages: 37
Copy Shop Version Included: Yes
Pattern uses layers to select size: No

Pattern Size Chart (inches)


Finished Garment Measurements (inches)

Bust39414345 1/24953
Length - Back Neck to Hem21 1/22222 1/223 1/424 1/425 1/2
Length - Sleeve shoulder to hem232425262728

Fabric Required (yards)

54-60" Wide1 5/81 5/81 5/81 7/82 3/82 1/2

Recommended Fabrics

Required Sewing Techniques

Required Tools

  • Sewing Machine
  • Scissors
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Pins
  • Measuring Tape

Optional Tools

  • Serger
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat
  • Tailor's Chalk

Required Supplies

  • Stretch Needle
  • Thread

Optional Supplies

  • Twin Needle

Additional Notes

This PDF pattern includes all pattern pieces and step-by-step instructions with illustrations.

Pattern is easy to follow.

I really love this pattern and how it sewed up in a more structured fabric.

I love this pattern! I can't wait to make more of them :)

This was a great pattern. The top came together easily, and the fit is great.

Clear instructions on how to assemble the neckline and mitred corners!

I made three of these sweaters. Two were Christmas gifts to my daughters, made in steel grey fleece. I made mine out of a rose colored Fleece. Very easy, I got to use my new serger, very helpful on seams. I'm a little unhappy with the inside of the neck, but I'll fix that with my next toaster sweater.

I love this pattern!!! Already have another version planned.

I love how responsive Peggy is to questions and the Sew Along was great! I especially liked learning the method for mitering the corners and really liked the self facing.

The pattern was easy to download, print and follow.

Love this pattern !