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Releasing Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Jacqueline Hoodie PDF sewing pattern is officially available today! I have to be honest with you, I love mine so so so much. In the evenings when the temperature drops and the wind blows a bit harder, I reach out to my Jacqueline Hoodie. It’s now my favorite way to stay warm and stylish.

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Jacqueline Hoodie is modeled after a hoodie from a high-end ready-to-wear brand. And you can see all the exquisite details – the buttons, epaulets, double topstitching, in-seam welt pocket – give it a very polish and chic look.

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

One thing you might want to know is that Jacqueline Hoodie fits full-figured ladies very well. That is because I drafted the largest size using a DD cup, while using a B cup to draft the smallest size (and blend the cup sizes in between). In fact, this is the way I drafted other Itch To Stitch patterns (except Marbella Dress, which explicitly provides multiple cup sizes).

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern


Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Here’s a run down of Jacqueline Hoodie.

JACQUELINE HOODIE design features:

  • Double-breasted hoodie with off-centered zipper
  • Extensive double topstitching throughout
  • Lined three-piece hood for a greater fit
  • Armhole princess seams for subtle shaping
  • In-seam pockets with welts (optional)
  • Epaulets with buttons (optional)
  • Decorative front buttons for an edgy look (optional)

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern


JACQUELINE HOODIE pattern features:

  • Instructions for high-quality finish
  • Layers feature–print only the sizes you need
  • Large-format print shop version included

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Take a look at the product page to find out the size range and material requirements.

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Itch To Stitch Jacqueline Hoodie PDF Sewing Pattern

Testing is one of the most exciting parts about creating a pattern. I get to see my pattern becoming beautiful garments under the talented hands of my testers. I especially enjoyed brainstorming with them to make Jacqueline Hoodie even a higher quality pattern. Please let me say a big “thank you” to:

Without further ado, here are some of their wonderful Jacqueline Hoodies.

Angela's Jacqueline Hoodie

Angela’s beautiful Jacqueline Hoodie from a colorful, patterned fabric for a full impact.


Debbie's Jacqueline Hoodie

Debbie’s Jacqueline Hoodie makes me happy. What a wonderful color on a beautiful cheerful lady!


Diane's Jacqueline Hoodie

Diane sent me many photos of her chic hoodie, but I love this one. She looks like she is having so much fun. Also, check out her interesting trims!


Jordan's Jacqueline Hoodie

Jordan used a houndstooth fabric with a bit of purple as accent. As always, Jordan’s work is meticulously beautiful.


Coralie's Jacqueline Hoodie

Caralie chose a less stretchy fabric for a more fitted look. She also used only 6 decorative front buttons.


Marisa's Jacqueline Hoodie

Marisa chose to omit the decorative buttons and epaulets. Her colorful inner/lining fabric draws all the attention.


Elsa's Jacqueline Hoodie

Here’s a detailed shot of Elsa’s Jacqueline Hoodie. I love the yellow and grey combination.


Stacey's Jacqueline Hoodie

Stacey’s turquoise Jacqueline Hoodie without the decorative front buttons


Donna's Jacqueline Hoodie

I love Donna’s combination of purple and grey on her Jacqueline Hoodie.


Rachel's Jacqueline Hoodie

Rachel used a light-weight fabric and created a looser fit. Look at her great job matching the stripes!


Jacqueline Hoodie is currently 20% off for the release, so go get your Jacqueline Hoodie now! Keep stitching! 🙂


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