Soooooooo basically I’d like to make colorblocked hoodies all day long. The only thing that would make the experience more perfect, is to have a home screenprinting lab set up. But I’ll settle for how things are going now – a wonderful jersey fabric with just the right amount of recovery, and the ability to slash lines here or there and make up whatever kind of design I feels like!
I also colorblocked the waistband to match the design lines of the garment. BOOM!
A white-lined hood, and a handknit drawstring. Notice the little “blooper” elements on the right arm – a Mama and three babies, all hand-cut and free-motioned darned.
With summertime approaching, what is more lovely than a super-soft custom-fit hoodie?
I love the slashes of colour! That looks like such a cozy hoodie. Nels is such a lucky guy.
I love this hoodie! Do you just copy clothing that your kids already have for your pattern? I’ve done that with pants and tees, but never a hoodie.
LOVE IT! I would wear it.
Thank you, ladies!
I made the pattern up myself – no copying. For colorblocking t-shirts or hoodies, it’s actually pretty easy. Perhaps I will put together a tutorial!