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FREE Cowl Neck Hoodie Sewing Pattern

Cowl Neck Hoodie Free Pattern

Free Cowl Neck Hoodie Pattern
Free Cowl Neck Hoodie Pattern from Sew Much Ado

You can sew the perfect fall cowl neck hoodie with this free pattern from Abby at Sew Much Ado. With raglan sleeves and a drawstring cowl, it has a sporty look.

The raglan sleeves are also a great opportunity for some fun pattern mixing.  Sew it from t-shirt weight fabric for a lighter layer, or from French terry for a heavier weight shirt. Her free pattern comes in a women’s size Medium.

Click here for the Free Women’s Cowl Neck Hoodie Pattern, by Sew Much Ado

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By Sew Much Ado

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Suggested Supplies

Medium weight 54″ wide knit fabric (French terry with 40% recommended)

1 5/8 yd for body and cowl

1 yd for sleeves, cuff & tie

lightweight fusible interfacing

Basic sewing supplies – check out my Supply Shop for your essentials

 Free Women’s Cowl Neck Hoodie Pattern – click here to be taken to download page. Follow the checkout process (no payment info will be asked for) and be sure to check your junk mail if the link doesn’t make it to your inbox

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By Sew Much Ado

Fabric suggestions:

Black sunshine floral french terry fabric
French Terry Fabric available from Amazon (paid link)
Charcoal camo mesh poly stretch sports knit fabric
Camo mesh poly knit fabric, from Amazon (paid link)

 

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