There’s just something about a pair of warm fuzzy mittens that makes a gal want to venture outdoors for some winter fun! Add a matching hooded scarf and your doll will be ready for all kinds of adventures, from festive hayrides and holiday strolls to wild snowball fights and days spent at the local ice rink.
This PDF pattern goes together quickly for the confident beginner, with lots of room for customization by mixing and matching different lining fabrics with your chosen fleece. Better yet, the hooded scarf is reversible, so you get two looks in one!
Recommended Fabrics: Fleece
-1/4 yard fleece
-1/4 yard lining - contrasting woven fabric, such as cotton, satin, flannel
-1/4-inch elastic - 7 inches
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
What You Get: One 19 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
Went together quickly and looks cute on the doll. My Springfield model doll has one index finger spread out far enough to make putting the mittens on a little difficult. for the next pair, I think I will have to add a little more at the wrist.
I have made several of these sets of hoods and mittens. The hood was tricky to finish and I ended up just constructing it my own way, ending up with the same result. Mittens are finicky and take a lot of cuttting. It is imperative that the mittens are cut out as perfectly as possible. On some of mine I left out the elastic.
This is very cute, but I don't love the way it is sewn together. It was turning out to be a really fun first time sewing project for my daughter...until we got to the part where you roll the hood up into the scarf. It is too tight and impossible to sew the seam at 1/4". This isn't good for me because I am a perfectionist :) If you do get the seam sewn, it is super hard to get it right side out. While trying to get ours out, the seams ripped. There is an easier way to do it though if you are experienced in sewing. We used a seam ripper and finished it a different way. It is very cute on my daughters doll.
I purchased this set pattern this morning and have just finished my second set! Only about an hour start to finish. I have never worked with Polar Fleece before but I am hooked now! Great results with minimal effort and a real professional finish to it all. I also stitched the scarf closure to about 2 inches into the hood area both sides then turned through that opening before top stitching. Way easy! Love , love, love it!