Your WellieWishers™ doll will look fabulous in this rough and tumble hoodie featuring easy-to-sew raglan sleeves, a kangaroo pocket, ribbed waistband and cuffs, and a zipper front. The pattern includes easy-to-follow instructions that will take the fear out of sewing zippers.
Special Note: This PDF pattern by QTπ Pattern Co is designed to fit a 14.5 inch WellieWishers™ Doll specifically.
-Main fabric: Light weight sweatshirt fleece, micro fleece, light weight french terry, medium weight t-shirt knit, flannel, quilters cotton, medium or light weight corduroy/denim and light weight stretch twill.
-Hood Lining: Flannel, quilters cotton, light weight knit with minimal stretch.
-The cuffs: Sleeve cuffs and waistbands require ribbing, Ponte or quality medium weight 4-way stretch knit (4” stretches to 5”)
-1/4 yard combined for main and contrasting fabric
-9” x 4” scrap of ribbing or medium stretch knit
-5” or bigger dress weight or doll sized separating zipper (zipper option only)
-Two-sided quilters tape
-Fray-Away® or similar product (optional)
-4” x 1” dual sided thin hook and loop tape
-Fusible interfacing or Knit-N-Stable™ tape (optional)
Skill Level intermediate
What You Get: One 35 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.
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Very good instructions. Sleeves fit a little tight when putting the jacket over a shirt or dress. Cute pattern.
This pattern has some of the best tips amid the instructions I have ever used. I love the design and all of the samples. I will be using it for lots of jackets for my doll.
I've made the hoodie and slim line sweatpants several times now, and I have made some adjustments that make me happier with the pattern as a whole. It's not perfect... but I would purchase from this designer again since I was able to make the needed changes and was then happy with the pattern and process.
My son really wanted a boy doll for Christmas, so I turned an Emerson into Nathan for him. I decided to make the Rough N' Tumble Hoodie as the finishing touch for his outfit. I found some green sweater knit that had black in it. It reminded me of the Creepers in Minecraft, which he loves, so I made a Creeper hoodie for him!