A classic design that will make many kids and teens happy! The cut work for both men and women. For a men taller than 5'6" (1,65 m), simply lengthen the pieces!
- A: Sweatshirt with set-in sleeve, banded neck and cuffs.
- B: Hoodie with set-in sleeve, banded cuffs and kangaroo pocket.
- C: Sweat pants with side seam pocket, elastic ankle and waist.
SIZES IN ONE ENVELOPE 27 PDF Info Tiled PDF, A4 Paper, Letter Size Recommended Fabric Knit with 10% stretch in the width (medium-weight sweatshirt fleece, French terry) Designed for Girls, Boys, Women, Plus sizes
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Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- Love hoodie
Although the choice of fabric wasn't the best one for this pattern, I love how it fits and how clear instructions me may follow. Have to try with a another fabric.
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- Sweat pants
My son was in desperate need for sweatpants. He had outgrown all of his sweats and the ones we have left all have holes in the knees, big surprise! I just can't bring myself to pay $30 for a pair of kid's sweatpants. Plus all the ones that are good for his length are too wide in the waist. So to my pattern stash to find a straight leg pattern for boys. This pattern is excellent for both boys and girls! OK, so the picture shows a girl on the front. I think they really should show a boy and a girl as this pattern is truly a unisex pattern. I have made the sweaters for ball the boys in our house, as well as for me! Now for the sweatpants.
My son is slender so I did not want a wide leg. And he LOVES pockets. What little boy doesn't? Plus adding topstitching adds details to make it look less homemade. This pattern is the perfect one for a straight leg sweatpants.
Simon decided to make this pattern. This is his first pair of pants. I am letting him fly on his own. I am sure they will turn out fabulous. There is one error in the pattern. On the pants assembly where is says fig. 21 they mean fig. 31 and the fig. 22 they mean fig. 32
Simon had no issues following the pattern. He was able to put them together without any issues. The pants fit very well. The fit is perfect, no modifications needed. The topstitching details on the pockets add some nice details. Simon did an excellent job on the stitching. The hem is perfect. We now have sweatpants for gym class that fit, with no holes in them. Let's see how long the no holes lasts!
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- Awesome pattern, great fit
I've made this sweatshirt twice now for my 9 yr old DD and we just love it. It fits great and is so comfortable to wear.
Instructions: I somehow missed the Kangaroo pocket steps because they are at the bottom of the page that talks about sewing techniques to use. I usually skip that page. Whoops! I attached it after I had sewn the sleeves on and sides together. It was a bit cramped but I got it. So make sure to notice that pocket before sewing the sweatshirt. Also, The instructions state to fold top and sides to the wrong side for it but do not say by how much. I winged it and just did 1/2". It worked fine.
The rest of the instructions were spot on. I lined the hood, though the pattern doesn't have that option. This is a great way to use up knit scraps. I added some of my favorite lillestoff print of scraps to the teal sweatshirt.
I made the pants for my son's Halloween costume and they were spot on with fit too.
Such a winner of a pattern!