Striped Undercover Hood

Added Sep 1, 2012

by zosews

Melbourne, Austr...

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Description

Who needs a hoodie? Everyone! Here’s my take on Papercut Patterns’ Undercover Hood. Made with mismatching, off grain stripes just to make it interesting. More info on the blog: http://zosews.com/2012/09/01/finished-undercover-hood/

Material Notes

Cotton knit and cotton

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Fall, Winter
For
Women
Garment Type
Tops
Style
Casual
Material
Cotton, Blends, Knits/Jersey, Wool

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    Sep 4, 2012, 08.23 AMby Frl. smilla

    good work! was it difficult to make the stripes fit together? it looks perfect! nice idea to use the the flower fabric for the hood!

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      Sep 4, 2012, 08.43 AMby zosews

      It was difficult to make the stripes match – but really only because the stripes didn’t match on the fabric and were also off grain. Fun! I just pushed and prodded to make them match :o)

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    Sep 2, 2012, 07.20 AMby JuliaBobbin

    LOVE! It looks even better in the fabric flesh :)

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      Sep 2, 2012, 07.59 AMby zosews

      Oh you..! Hope yesterday went well :)

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    Sep 1, 2012, 12.33 PMby NyssaC

    I love your hoody. It looks so comfy and cute! I took a look at your blog post and I much prefer the snug fit you produced to the actual pattern pictures. Great job on stripe matching, you can’t even tell you had trouble with it. I’ve never heard of papercut patterns but I’m looking them up now. Great job!

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      Sep 2, 2012, 07.58 AMby zosews

      Thank you! I’m glad the painful stripe matching paid off :) Papercut have some really pretty things – enjoy!

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