Hourglass Henline Falls Hoodie
Relaxed Fit Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern
The Henline Falls Hoodie is the perfect amount of relaxed and cozy! A definitely Autumn and Winter staple.
The Henline Falls Hoodie has a relaxed/loose body fit and includes super crop, crop, regular, and tunic lengths. There’s an optional kangaroo pocket too!
There is an optional snap-in face cover – perfect for adding warmth and helping reduce the spread of germs! You can make multiple face covers so you’ve got one to wear while the other is in the wash.
This pattern is drafted for slightly hourglass proportions. We think it’s important not to gender our patterns, but we recognize that body proportions vary and want you to be able to choose the right fit for you. Our hourglass proportion patterns were previously referred to as “women’s” and are drafted for bust and hip curves.
This PDF pattern includes:
– HG Henline Falls Hoodie pattern in sizes XXS-6X
– Layers so you can print just the size you need, no ink wasted!
– Full instructions, including photos and diagrams
– Option to print US Letter or A4 size paper
– Large format A0 file for copy shop printing
– Projector format
The Henline Falls Hoodie is perfect for an adventurous beginner level of sewing. The pattern is made using knit fabrics with at least 20% stretch such as stretch french terry, sweatshirt fleece, or similar.
This listing is for the adult hourglass proportions pattern only – for the adult straight proportion or kids version, please see our other listings.
This listing is for the PDF pattern/instructions only. Listing does not include a finished sewn product.
1 review for Hourglass Henline Falls Hoodie
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kizzymae76 (verified owner) –
This went together really quickly. The fit was a little boxy using fleece and I might want to size down 1 size next time. I’m not a fan of turtle-neck shirts as I don’t like things around my neck and this hoodie, with the higher front, really dug in when I would go to sit down. If I leaned back, the hood would pull and the part at the throat would tighten to the neck. If one didn’t mind clothing against the neck, they would be very happy with this pattern…it’s just not for me because of that aspect. I may try to hack the front to be closer to the neck seam to correct it for future use.