Added Sep 21, 2010
Reggio Emilia, I...
Sewing a hoodie is not very difficult, but as I never found any pattern on the web, I tried to draft one and the result was great! My efforts to make a digital pattern didn’t give the result I hoped, so here is a little draw of what I did, with the mesourements and some tips you’ll need to reproduce the pattern at home.
You can choose the yokeless version or the one I made, with the additional rounded yoke. If you prefere the yoked version, cut the yoke seam line on the paper and add 1cm on each side for the seam allowance.
I didn’t add the hem on the back, front, sleeve, hood bottom because using the serger I added a double stripe of about 8cm ( once sewed them the elements will result 3,5 cm longer)
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