With the Pine Lake Pullover PDF Sewing Pattern your little ones will be ready for outdoor fun! It's the perfect layer for the changing seasons and sews up beautifully in fleece or knit. The Pine Lake Pullover sewing pattern features a collar with 1/4 zip and an optional thumb hole to keep hands toasty warm.
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 Letha on 9th Mar 2017
I had already made 8 of the Men's Park City Pullovers (for my teenage daughters and their friends) - so I didn't have any trouble with the zipper - my 8 year old and 5 year old nephew and niece begged me to make them one too. Took about 3 hours total from cut out to finish. I did use fold over elastic along the kangaroo pocket, and along the sleeves in place of the ribbing. I sized them up a couple of sizes, and they do fit big... but only because the first one I made for my niece I made in her RTW size and it was way too small. A little bigger is better or growing kiddos anyway.
Posted by Meghan Anderson on 3rd Dec 2015
My little gal didn't have a simple coat for fall. Made this in an afternoon and it turned out super super cute!
You can easily use different fabrics to create a very unique jacket!
Posted by Molly Campbell on 17th Oct 2015
I love these pullovers - I've made a couple now, and they both look great despite feeling like I made a few mistakes along the way! I'm only giving it 4 stars because I feel like the zipper instructions are confusing and I usually end up unpicking it at least once. The zipper is put in in a way that doesn't leave extra stitching lines on the front, which is great, just confusing. I also think the cuff bands seem to run small - it could be because the fabric I used didn't have enough stretch, but the cuffs on every size I've made have been very snug - tough to sew on and I have to squeeze them over my kids hands a bit. Next time I'm just going to make the cuffs a size larger.
Posted by Badgearia on 4th Sep 2015
I purchased this on one of Amy's generous sale Thursdays. Because it was a new (to me) pattern, I decided to use an old sweatshirt of my own before I cut up the 'good stuff' (i.e. price fabric). The instructions were great as always, but I did find sewing the zip in quite challenging - obviously not helped by me only having a HUGE zip available. The finished item looks great though and was worth the wrangling. 1.5 hours total from printing pattern to last stitch which was probably at least 30 minutes of me 'faffing' with the wrong zip. Definitely one to add to your collection :)
Posted by Amber on 24th Jun 2015
I made this last fall for my son and it was great! I paired it up with a snow hat and my son wore it all the time and he loved the thumb holes! Though it took me a little bit and and had to get some help on the thumb holes. I'm making this again for both my son and daughter this year.
Posted by Melissa on 8th Dec 2014
Hoods are awkward for car seats. I love using this pullover as a warm layer in the car since it's not bulky like a coat and doesn't have a hood like most sweatshirts. The first one took me about an hour and a half to make. The second went faster. The details (zipper and collar) take a little more time than more basic patterns, but the directions were clear and the finished pullovers are beautiful. Well worth a bit of time spent on details!
Posted by kellie on 13th Oct 2014
Over all a pretty easy sew and I plan to make many more. I had some issues with the zipper but I am not experienced with zippers. The fit is great!
Posted by Ellen on 18th Sep 2014
I used Ravens fleece to make my son a pullover. He LOVES it! I made a 5 for my son who is normally a 4t and it is a bit tight so be sure to measure! (I didn't because he was down for a nap when I started...) This was my first attempt at sewing clothing and it went so smoothly. I put it together in an afternoon and even got the zipper right! Thanks for putting together such a detailed tutorial and great pattern. I plan on making more of these for my nieces and nephews.
Posted by Chelsi B on 18th Sep 2014
I love the way this pattern turned out. The finished look is so professional and my daughter loves it. It looks much more complicated than it actually is to sew. It was a fairly quick sew, too! It look me about 2 hours for my first, so I can imagine it will go a lot faster with the next ones I make.
Posted by Jennifer on 15th Sep 2014
Fabulous pullover pattern. I've already made 2, and have more in the works! It's great for layering, and will get your child through fall comfortably. Can't wait to make more!
Posted by Virginia on 11th Sep 2014
I made this in a size 12 for my older son. It is a great piece to have for fall! It is perfect for cool mornings, and fitted enough you can layer it with ease. Also! There is the super fun feature of THUMB HOLES!!! My son loves that and they make layering under a coat much easier! Plus how you put them together is a fun new technique that you could then apply to other patterns. Many more in our future!
Posted by Alisha G on 11th Sep 2014
I absolutely love this pattern! It's perfect for the fall and winter seasons. I used an old sweater to make an adorable sweater pullover for my baby..he got so many compliments! This pattern looks amazing in fleece or knit too! This pattern was easy to follow and a fairly quick project.