The Hyde Park Hoodie sewing pattern for women features a side-zip front, kangaroo pocket and options for a jacket or vest. The Hyde Park is partially lined.
PDF Sewing Pattern comes with a full tutorial and color photos in an easy to print PDF. Pattern pieces are computer generated and color coded for easy cutting.
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Posted by Maryanna Powell on 8th Feb 2016
I was a little intimidated at first but following the directions and just going one step at a time made for an awesome finished project! I get compliments every time I wear it. I used French Terry for the exterior and an interlock knit for the lining.
Posted by Sarah on 13th Nov 2015
Easy sew for an experienced sewer. A little brain power to understand the bottom band attachments the first time but no problem once it dinged. Lots of ways to mix this up with different fabrics.
Posted by Karen on 8th Oct 2015
Very professional finished product! I have an apple shape and the fit according to my size was a little tighter than I would like, but it looks fantastic! It wasn't nearly as difficult as it looks!
Posted by Sara on 6th Oct 2015
This is a great pattern to truly make a hoodie your own. A great fit for either a jacket or to be used as a staple in your wardrobe. The pattern was easy to follow with clear pictures and descriptions.
Posted by Liesbeth Staal on 25th Sep 2015
I do like the pattern a lot. The pattern is really thougt and with the instruction it is relatively easy to follow. Most difficult is to get a zipper in the length you need :-), place it correctly and the construction of the bottomband. I had some difficulty with the bias as well because I did use a thick cotton fleece and there were lots of layers to go trough So I discovered that the best way to hide the seam of the hood was to attach the bias by hand. Have to make pictures but it is raining and dark weather. Hope this weekend allows to make the pictures.
I will definitely make another! I do like a lot the really nice finish of the inside! It is an eyeopener for a beginner!!
Posted by Chelsi on 24th Sep 2015
I LOVE this pattern! While it looks trickier to sew than it really is, it sews up quite easily! Take every step one at a time and you will soon find yourself sporting an amazing hoodie!!
Posted by Eleri K on 9th Sep 2015
I was privileged to test this pattern. I received no compensation other than the pattern to test.
It is an excellent pattern. I sew extensively for my four children, but have never made something for myself that has made me feel so polished and beautiful. I plan to sew many more of these in the vest and jacket versions to keep me cozy this winter.