Added Jan 10, 2008
Okay, I LOVE this hoodie. It’s just so darn comfy and I’m super proud of it.
The hood was such a nuisance. I almost gave up on it. It took my three tries to get it right. But I stuck in there and it was sooooo worth it.
Pink polyester fleece, flannel for pocket trim & hood lining. I salvaged a zipper from an old graduation gown I found in the garage. The cuffs & waistband fabric was from the top of a dress from my grandma. It’s Stretchy & smocked, so I figured it’d be an okay stand-in for ribbed knit.
-gnacissej of Craftster.org for her FANTASTIC hoodie tutorial! http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=177602.0
for help with the hood!
-Ben Gibbard for giving me some soothing music to listen to when I got super-stressed with the hood.
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