For stable knit fabric. If you are unable to fine a good quality mid weight knit
you can interface a lighter weight knit with stretch interfacing.
If you choose to use something like fleece the details may be lost.
You could cut the liner section in fleece.
Sewing Level: Advanced
3/4 Yard face fabric
3/4 Yard lining
Interfacing if needed
Note:Be sure to have the proper needle for knits. My stable knit used a size 14 Universal Ball needle.
this is probable the most important this for sewing knits.
If you don’t have the correct needle you will skip stitches, or your machine may not sew at all.
All seams are 1/2″ seam allowance
1. Cut out pattern pieces, fabric is folded in half.
2. Pin a right and left of triangle together
and sew piece along the long side for both sets.
4. Sew being sure to stop at the dot 1/2″ from the edge.
7. Pin the hood side to the hood back
8. Sew with the hood back facing up.
This will help it to ease in better.
9. Pin and sew the second side of hood to the
back of hood.
10. Repeat this process for the lining.
11. Press the face side of the hood seams to the
13. At the center of the hood pin the center of the
triangle unit right sides together.
Continue pinning working out to the edges .
Do this for the liner as well.
15. Sew from the dot to the dot at the other end.
(About 1/2″ from each end)
16. Press flat. The seam allowance should face
toward the front
18. Pin and Sew together the center seam of the
hood, for the face and the liner.
19. With right sides together pin both hood sections
matching the seams and points. Be very aware of
how the seams are facing. You will be sewing
between the dots. Stopping to turn the seam
allowances to the other side so you don’t catch them.
22. Stitch the rest of the hood opening
Clip along the bottom.
23. Turn right side out.
24. Press carefully. You don’t want to see the lining
25. Top stitch along each of the seams to accent the
28. Press up 5/8″ and pin in place.
Ready to wear