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Poncho Hoodie 11/2016 #126B

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Difficulty
Intermediate
Size
36, 38, 40, 42, 44 See Sizing Chart
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Description

Women’s hoodie sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by BurdaStyle Magazine.

Here is the proof that hoodies can be more than sporty. Extra wide sleeves, as well as the plastron with the toggles make it super stylish. This look is featured in the sewing supplement with step by step instructions and visual guides.

This pattern is from the Color Flash collection.

This pattern is a variation pattern with instructions for both styles A & B

View 126A Fur Trimmed Poncho here.

Recommended Materials

Knits, heavy jersey.

Amount of Fabrics

Refer to fabric yardage chart in the pattern images.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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    Nov 1, 2016, 01.27 PMby Roberta Graver

    Oh my gosh, this is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Thank you Linatz for your help with the sizing. This is valuable insight. Can not wait to make it up in a quilted knit I’ve been holding onto. Just waiting for the right pattern!

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    Oct 31, 2016, 05.36 PMby lincatz

    Working on this pattern now from the magazine. Oversized is an understatement. Even for a garment that needs extra ease to fit over other clothes this one seemed super-large and loose. I usually take a 42 and I’m making this one in a size 40. Measure the pattern and carefully compare to your body measurements or pin pattern together and try on before cutting fabric to get an accurate impression on the length and width. Now that I have worked out the fit problem this is a very nice little hoodie for cold mornings. I have added a pair of patch pockets to the front -one fop my phone and one for mitts. Makes up beautifully in Polar Fleece for a piece that works in the transition between fall and winter.

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