Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

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Hey friends!

It's time to play a little catch-up with backlogged projects that haven't made it past Insta and on to the blog!!

I'm going to start with my tester version of the Page Hoodie!! If ya'll follow along with me on Instagram, you'll know that I'm totally in love with this pattern! Like, so, so much! I mean, cropped length, raglan sleeves, PUFFY sleeves, hoodie, all those things... Sigh. I'm so happy.

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

I used a fabric that was gifted to me from Minerva. It is called Quilted Jersey Knit Fabric {aff link}, it is 100% cotton, and it's so lovely! And squishy. And cozy. I lurve it! It's available in several colors, I think a Dusty Rose version would be so gorgeous, too!

My post with much more about this fabric will be live later on the Minerva Blog, I will be sure to let you know when it is published there, via Instagram!

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

I made a straight size 8, with zero mods, banded hem option, full sleeve option. My body measurements are: B:36, W:29.5, H: 37.5

I love it so hard! It's super cozy, I love having extra cozy sleeves, and in this sweatshirt fabric paired with the full sleeves it just works. It keeps me warm, and I think it's beyond cute! I love how the cuffs are perfectly snug so they keep the cold out at the wrists, but it's also easy to push them up on my arms and they stay put very nicely.

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

I had so much fun adding little details to this sweatshirt. I decided to use a floral lining for the hood, for a pop of fun against all the white. The lining fabric is rayon spandex from Raspberry Creek Fabrics. The ribbing is from Hobby Lobby. Having used this ribbing once now, I can't wait for their stores to re-open so I can grab another option to have on hand! It worked so well for this sweatshirt, I know it will be perfect for any future ones, too!

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

The eyelets are a kit I purchased from Joann, I've linked the exact ones HERE. {aff link} The drawstring is actually a shoelace that I purchased from THIS Etsy shop. Gabriela gets full credit for finding the shop and passing along the idea to use shoelaces for the drawstrings. It's absolutely perfect! And I loved that I could choose a COPPER (swoon) end on the shoelace!

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

I don't typically wear my hood up on sweatshirts, but getting caught in a random rain shower is also definitely a possibility where I live, so it's nice to have that option and for it to be completely functional!

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

It's just such a cute sweatshirt. Gotta get on the task of making a few more, asap! :) I truly can't wait to dive into the mini version too! Have you seen some of the seriously cute ones that have been sewn up already?? Check #minipagehoodie to see some cuties!

I love how people are pairing them with the Mini Hudsons. Gosh. I need twice as many hours and energy in my day to sew all the things. Lol.

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

Things are warming up here in NC, but we just came out of a cooler week that definitely required sweatshirts. So if you live anywhere in a cooler climate on this side of the equator, you still have plenty of time to sew up one or two, or a few, for the spring season! 😄

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

I love me some good knit patterns, and this is definitely a GOOD knit pattern. I love Chalk and Notch patterns, but I think I can confidently say, this one is my absolute fave!! 😍

I know there will be plenty more Page Hoodies in my life, and it is definitely a blank slate for hacking, so I'm sure there will be variations too!

Page Hoodie // Sewing For Women

Have you sewn any Page Hoodies yet? If not, you probably need to get on that! 😉

Happy Sewing!


Fabric: Quilted Jersey Knit Fabric - Minerva {aff link}
Pattern: Page Hoodie - Chalk and Notch
Eyelets: Joann {aff link}
Shoelace: Etsy

Shop other items that I'm wearing, via photos below. {aff link}

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