With the add-on pattern you can now sew a hood or kangaroo pocket for your Hanna! You can also sew a trendy sleeveless sweatshirt or dress.
The ”sleeveless sleeve” and the hood are suitable for all of Hanna’s variants. The pocket can be added to variant B and C in the original pattern Hanna (regular sweatshirt and sweatshirt dress).
This PDF-pattern includes three pattern formats:
A4/letter sizefor home printing, 8 pages. Layered.
A1 sizefor copy shop printing, 1 sheet. Layered.
The Sewing instructions are also included as a PDF-file, 20 pages.
PDF patterns are delivered instantly upon purchase to your e-mail address.
IN ADDITION TO WHAT’S MENTIONED IN THE ORIGINAL PATTERN, YOU WILL NEED:
Knit fabric - some examples of suitable fabric are mentioned in the original pattern’s sewing instructions. A fabric requirements chart for the add-on pieces can be found below. I recommend you to not use a heavy knit fabric for the neckline strip. Jersey is better than french terry, for example.
For the hood: two small pieces of fusible interfacing or wonder dots to strengthen the area of the eyelets.
For the hood: two pairs of eyelets, approx. 5 mm in size. If you prefer to sew button holes instead you can do so.
For the hood: a string/cord, such as anorak cord or shoe lace, approx. 85-90 cm (34-36”).
Optional for the pocket: fusible interfacing, for more stability if your fabric is light.
The fabric requirements below is an estimation for 150 cm (60”) wide fabrics, not preshrunk.
With the included Sewing Instructions you receive help from start to finish. It’s a solid and detailed description of each step in the making of this garment. It includes clear pictures, explanatory text and tips that will give the garment a professional look.
If you are new to some of the sewing techniques this is an excellent opportunity for you to develop your sewing skills. Consider our patterns your sewing school.
The tutorial also includes a size chart and a fabric requirements chart. Measurements are provided in both the metric and imperial system.