3.01.2011

Urban Unisex Hoodie {again}




It's official. I'm addicted. Although this fabric kind of annoys me (train repeat is awkward at best), I like the way it turned out. We've recently had a cold spell here in Northern California and Cenzo has been wearing one of these (other versions seen here and here) almost every day. Right now he's wearing this one with a pair of upcycled cashmere pants that for some unknown reason still fit him.

A little edit:
 He woke up from his nap in a surprisingly good mood. He's chasing the cat around the house with a comb and a cell phone. 


I think for my next hoodie I'll need to print out the next size up.

Fabric:
Train print PDF Jersey (don't know what that is) purchased from Fabric Fairy
Black T-shirt knit from fashionfabricsclub.com

7 comments:

Carla said...

I love this! I am no where near as talented a sewist but I think I must try this! (I love your blog BTW!)

Kimberly said...

Love the color combo. And good to know my son is on the same development track as yours. ;) Chasing the cat with an old cell phone and hair brush is a favorite past time of his. Where did you purchase the cute train fabric?

Sascha said...

Oh I forgot to post the fabric. I have been trying to get better about that. The train fabric is from The Fabric Fairy and I see it's currently on sale (I didn't really like the print layout).

http://www.thefabricfairy.com/index.php/retail/circus-trains-cotton-knit-fabric.html

Kimberly said...

Sweet, and thanks for the honest opinion.

Cathy said...

Love the outfit( goes without say) but laughed out loud at "chasing the cat with a comb and a cellphone"! Reminds me of the days when my boys "played" with the cat( I caught them pulling the cat backwards across the kitchen with his tail! ouch-) a good natured cat who didnt retaliate unless really annoyed!

Natasha said...

Grrr, I can't believe you made another one! I bought the pattern after seeing the super cute ones you had already made & the furthest I've gotten is printing the darn thing out. You need to slow down, you're totally making me feel like a slacker. It's not nice.

Anonymous said...

Ooh, I love the train hoodie! I bought some of that same fabric, and haven't quite known what to make with such a large print. Love it!!! Please tell me what pattern you used...? I'd Love to copy you and make something similar for my little boy! tandjrichards (at) yahooo (dot) com

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