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One Thimble 7: Prince Hoodie

One Thimble 7 // Prince Hoodie // pensebrox.comLast week I posted about the Jukebox Tempo dress that I made as part of the One Thimble 7 blog tour. The Jukebox Tempo is just one of 10 awesome patterns available in One Thimble 7. Another pattern available in the current issue is the Prince Hoodie by Tigerlily Patterns.

Prince-Hoodie-Stand-Alone-Cover-e1431490104625A great addition to your little guy’s wardrobe, the Prince Hoodie does a great job treading the line between something that invokes a dress up feeling but is still great for everyday wear.

One Thimble 7 // Prince Hoodie // pensebrox.comI’m a big fan of “fun” boys sewing patterns and this pattern is definitely fun. When coming up with the fabric combination that I would use I had the idea of using earthy colors to invoke more of a dashing young rogue that you later find out is the PRINCE! For our Prince Hoodie I used a green fleece for the main body, rust colored cotton for the trim, and worn brass buttons.

One Thimble 7 // Prince Hoodie // pensebrox.comOne Thimble 7 // Prince Hoodie // pensebrox.comThe tutorial walks you through the process of making the Prince Hoodie with clear directions and photos. I found sewing the hoodie to be quick and took little more than a (very interrupted) afternoon for me to complete.

One Thimble 7 // Prince Hoodie // pensebrox.comThe Prince Hoodie would be a great base for all sorts of princely outfits. Your little guy can be Prince Charming or a rogue prince like Seb. I even think the pattern would be great for a pirate or space captain themed hoodies! The Prince Hoodie is just one of 1 0 patterns in the current issue of One Thimble. Be sure to check out the other patterns available in issue 7. There is even a Princess Hoodie!

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