Kids Hoodie or Dress many Variations KADO ♥ Sizes 92-164
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Every child loves them - the cozy companions that embrace you softly and give you a good feeling. The hoodie KADO will be your favorite piece as it's ready for any adventure and convinces with great details and variation possibilities. Whether typically hooded, as a casual hoodie jacket, as a sweater with cool dividing seams and inseam pockets in the front or as a simple blouson - the unisex pattern KADO has a lot to offer. There is even a dress version!
The best fabrics for this pattern are of course all stretchy ones such as French terry, jersey, jacquard or even sweatshirt fabrics. The most important aspect is a comfortable feeling when being worn. For then, KADO will definitely become the children's new favorite pattern.
KADO is Indonesian and translates into "gift". The idea behind this is that this hoodie is a gift or a great surprise - no matter for which favorite person.
The hoodie KADO KIDS is absolutely manageable for sewing beginners. Our detailed instructions guide you step by step to your new favorite garment. Nevertheless, we have classified this pattern as medium in terms of difficulty. With pockets and hood, this hoodie can still be a little challenging for beginners!
Of course, the KADO hoodie looks best in cozy and stretchy fabrics. That way, your favorite piece becomes a cozy companion that you won't want to take off.
If you choose a fabric that is not quite as stretchy, make sure that you cut parts like the neck and hem cuffs that need to be stretched with a little buffer. Fabric consumption
Depending on the version, you will need different amounts of fabric for the hoodie. Below are some reference values (based on a fabric width of 150 cm plus seam allowances and buffers).
Note: We have calculated the maximum amount you will need when sewing KADO from one fabric. The amount will be reduced according to the parts you sew from another fabric.
Sweater and jacket without hood Sizes 92 - 110 = 1.10 m Sizes 116 - 134 = 1.30 m Sizes 140 - 164 = 1.50 m
Dress without hood Sizes 92 - 110 = 1.20 m Sizes 116 - 134 = 1.60 m Sizes 140 - 164 = 1.90 m
Hood (all sizes) = 40 cm
You can also easily calculate the fabric consumption yourself. Simply measure the width and height of the paper pattern pieces in the desired size. Do not forget the seam allowance of 0.7 - 1 cm all around and to double the measured value in the width (fold!). For height, add the hem allowance of 2 - 3 cm. Finally, add a few cm of tolerance.
Depending on the version you'll need: - Eyelets and und cord for the drawstring on the hood - Zipper for the jacket variations; to determine the length, measure the center front plus the height of the hem cuffs
- Sewing instructions
- Sewing pattern in DIN A4, A0
- Sizes 92-164
- Difficulty: Easy
Materials you need at home:
- Sewing instructions and pattern
- Sewing machine
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