McCalls Unisex Tops and Hoodies M8054

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Buy the M8054 unisex tops and hoodies sewing pattern from McCall’s. It’s perfect for an advanced beginner/intermediate dressmaker. The close-fitting, pullover tops have princess seams and a narrow hem. A: Purchased trim. A, B: Neck band. The fitted hoodie has a hem band and exposed zipper. C, D: Contrast lined hood. D: Kangaroo pockets. All have cuffs and raglan sleeves and fit for men's sizing.

This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:

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Suggested fabrics: Moderate stretch knit fabrics such as sweatshirt fleece, cotton knit, interlock, fleece, knitted velour // Contrast A: Also faux leather, suede.

Sizing: XM (S-M-L), XN (XL-XXL-XXXL). Please check the size chart and finished garment measurements.

Notions: A: For Misses: 1 1/2 yds. (1.4 m) of approx. 2" (5 cm) flat lace trim // D: 24" (60 cm) separating zipper.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
McCalls Misses’/Men’s Tops and Hoodies 6614

I made this for my partner. It had everything that he wanted - zip, kangaroo pocket, option for different coloured hood lining. I really wanted to love it and for it to become a staple but, in the end, I'm not 100% happy with the pattern.

I found the instructions okay to follow but, when it came to the zip, the measurements didn't seem to add up. I double-checked that I had bought the right length, measured my pattern and excluded the seam allowances, but still the zip appeared to be too short. In the end I trimmed the neck a little and probably over-folded the fabric to ensure that the zip went to the top of the hoodie. I should say that this is my first hoodie; I've made shirts, sweatshirts, jeans so I'm familiar with knits and also more complicated patterns. I also took my time, making it over several sewing sessions rather than trying to rush it.

Ultimately, the thing that I am not happy with is where the hoodie meets the main body. It's an odd placement where the hood forms part of the top of the shoulders and, in my opinion, it just doesn't look right. My partner is fairly happy with the hoodie, but also recognised that the hood was a bit odd.

Overall verdict: there are some nice aspects. I like that the zip has a facing on the reverse to hide the "work" and the raglan style is great for adding other colours for sleeves etc. Will I make it again? Probably not. It's a lot of work for something not quite right.