Hideout Hoodie

Normally, today would be a Linky Thursday post. But it’s also a new pattern release day, so I had to share (Linky Thursday will appear tomorrow, instead)! I had the opportunity to test the Hideout Hoodie and finally get to show you my version.

I wound up sewing a size 12 (the largest of the kids sizing) with long sleeves, hood, and pockets. I used an Adventure Time fabric that I had purchased several years ago that I’ve been hoarding and luckily found a coordinating solid in my stash as well. Since I went with a solid body, I decided that I really needed to add some sort of graphic to it, so I used my Cricut to make a logo for the front (as a side note, it took me almost as long to make the SVG as what it did to make the shirt!).

As for construction, this hoodie went together super quick (in an afternoon) and I love the mini pockets on the side of this tee. The fit is spot on for Easton as well – he can even wear a shirt underneath it without it being too tight. But the best part is that Easton LOVES this. In fact, he wore this two days straight (until I made him put it in the dirty clothes) in 100+ degree temps…. I guess I’ll be needing to make a few more of these before school starts.