Honeydew Hoodie Sewing Pattern

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The Honeydew Hoodie is a super cute hooded jacket with serious Chanel vibes! Practical, stylish and fun to sew, it’s reversible so there’s no need to about stains – just turn it inside out and voila!

With a hood, long sleeves and a double-breasted front, it makes a lovely summer jacket, or can be worn as a cardigan-style layer under a coat for cooler months. It fastens with six poppers at the front.

Who are Poppy and Jazz?
Named after Lisa’s dog Poppy and her young daughter Jasmine, Poppy & Jazz patterns are designed for babies and children from birth to 6 years. After Jasmine spent her first year in the sweetest handmade clothes, Lisa couldn’t resist building on her range of popular sewing patterns, and Poppy & Jazz was born!

See more mini makes in our Poppy & Jazz Gallery!

Sewing Level
The Honeydew Hoodie is a beginner level sewing pattern. It makes a great first jersey project if you’re new to sewing with knits.

Fabric Suggestions
We recommend medium weight, stable knits such as ponte di Roma, interlock and french terry.

Fabric Requirements
The Honeydew Hoodie is designed for babies and children from 0-3 months to 6 years. See the chart for details on fabric requirements.

Like all our patterns, the sizes are nested to make it easier to grade between the sizes, depending on the child’s measurements.

 

PDF Version

What will I receive?
The downloadable pattern file contains:

  • A4 size tiled printable pattern (14 pages)
  • US letter size tiled printable pattern (14 pages)
  • A0 size copyshop pattern (1 page)
  • illustrated printable instruction booklet
  • Jazz’s New Clothes children’s storybook

So what is a PDF pattern?
A PDF pattern is a instantly downloadable pattern that you print yourself, either at home or at a professional printers. At the end of the checkout process, you will receive an email with the link to your pattern and instructions. You have the option of printing the tiled version (A4 and US letter sizes) which is designed for home printers, or if you prefer not to have to cut and stick the pattern together, you can send the A0 file to a printer or copyshop to be printed in large scale. When printing, always make sure the scale is set to 100%. (You might have to uncheck the scale box.) For the tiled versions, we recommend you initially print the first page only to test the scale.

Need help putting together your PDF pattern? Check out our Guide to Assembling PDF Patterns.