Page Hoodie Kit

Get set for a cosy Autumn/Winter season, September's Sewing Society Kit contains everything you need to make the cute and comfy Chalk and Notch Page Hoodie.

The Page Hoodie is a classic hooded sweatshirt with a choice of two hem finishes and three sleeve styles. Opt for a banded hem using matching ribbed fabric to tie in with the sleeve cuffs, or opt for a drawstring hem that can add shape and give blousiness to the fit of the hoodie.

Customise your garment further and choose your sleeve preference with either a slim sleeve, balloon sleeve or cropped short sleeve.

The garment is designed to have a loose fit through the body, but with two dressmakers cup size options, you can be sure to find a size and fit that works best for you.

The hood and hem drawstring channels can be finished off with simple buttonholes using your sewing machine or you can opt to insert eyelets*.

*These eyelets are optional and can be purchased in addition to your kit by adding the eyelet product linked at the bottom of this listing. Applying the eyelets is demonstrated in the accompanying top tips video and can be made easier by using the Prym Vario Pliers - also linked below.

We have 4 gorgeous hues of snuggly recycled cotton fleeceback sweatshirting fabric to choose from: Teal, Plum, Pink and Denim Blue.

The fabric has a lovely marled effect giving the fabric depth and texture rather that a flat colour.

Paired with the super soft sweatshirting fabric is a matching jersey fabric for the hood as well as a matching single ribbed fabric for the hem band and sleeve cuffs. This trio of co-ordinating fabrics will give your garment a really professional finish.

The composition of each of the three fabrics is 62% Recycled Cotton, 33% polyester and 5% elastane.

The pattern included with this kit has a size range of US 0-30. This is full bust 32”-58”, waist 25” - 49” and hips 35” - 59”.

These sizes are split over two sub size ranges:

Dressmakers A/B-cup range 0-30. This is bust range is 32” - 56”.

Dressmakers C/D-cup range 0-30. This is bust range is 34” - 58”.

The PDF files and A0 print out for all sizes and both cup options is included in the kit.

  • The PDF digital files for the Chalk & Notch Page Hoodie pattern in all sizes. The link to the PDF instruction booklet and PDF files will be contained in your order confirmation email and are available to access when logged into the g&g website.
  • A0 print out of the Chalk & Notch Page Hoodie - ALL SIZES and BOTH cup options
  • Main fabric (as described above) - either 1.8m (US 0-24) or 2.6m (US 26-30)
  • 0.5m of jersey fabric
  • 0.5m of rib fabric
  • A small section of interfacing
  • 3.5m of double woven cord for the drawstrings
  • 1 reel of matching Gutermann sew all thread
  • Prym Machine Jersey needles
  • Sew in woven label - ‘Me Made’
  • If you would like a printed copy of the instructions sent out with your kit, in addition to the PDF copy that you will receive, please see the related products below and add it to your cart as a separate product.

Alongside the purchase of this kit you will receive access to Lauren's exclusive YouTube video to be used alongside the pattern instructions.

She shares her hints and tips getting a really lovely finish on your garment including accurately marking and placing the buttonholes/eyelets and stabilising them for longevity, working with ribbing fabric, getting even gathers on the sleeve and how to hand sew a coloured cord stop on your drawstring.

The video has over 35 minutes of footage, sectioned out with time stamps/chapters for easy reference and navigation.

The link to the video will be contained in your order confirmation email along with the pdf files, please please file this safely for future reference. You can also access the video links and PDF files when logged into the website.

This pattern is aimed at advanced beginner sewers.

The raglan sleeve construction makes it very simple and quick to come together and overall it is a nice quick/simple make.

To complete this project successfully you'll need a regular sewing machine along with Lauren's essential recommended sewing tools.

This project can easily be completed on a regular sewing machine using a stretch stitch or zig zag stitch.

An overlocker is optional but as the fabric does not fray it is not essential to finish off the seam allowances anyway.

If you would like a printed copy of the instructions sent out with your kit, in addition to the PDF copy that you will receive, please see the related products below and add it to your cart as a separate product.

Your kit will be wrapped in tissue and beautifully presented in recyclable packaging.

This kit is available for immediate dispatch.

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