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Looking for a lined sweatshirt pattern
Would like to make something similar to an LLBean sweatshirt
CathyWeeks
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CathyWeeks
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Date: 10/2/08 11:07 AM

LLBean Katahdin Ironworks Sweatshirt

Take a look at the link above. Does anyone know of a sweatshirt pattern like the one shown here?

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Date: 10/2/08 12:03 PM

I haven't seen one with a lining, but it wouldn't be difficult to add one to any hoodie pattern. Kwik Sew and Jalie both have patterns for hooded sweathshirts. If you're using a berber fleece lining, make sure you use a big enough size.

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Date: 10/5/08 10:52 AM

I would consider using the wind block fleece for the lining. Check with Malden Mills. That is my peeve with fleece, it isn't wind proof! Got some of the wind proof for jacket, mittens, scarfs, and snoods for this winter.
There aren't the color selections but something can be found.
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Date: 10/5/08 10:09 PM

If you are mostly looking for color or texture contrast, you could use a fleece fabric that is plain on one side and berber on the other. If you want warmed, I agree with the person above that you may want to line the entire jacket with fleece, preferably windbloc fleece. To creat a lining, you just make the jacket 2 times and then sew together (right sides together along hood edges, down the front along the zipper and around the bottom hem. Turn right side out through one of the sleeves and then sew the sleeve hems together.

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