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SUPPLIES
• 60”-wide fleece or French terry
(amount according to chart)
• 1/2 yard of lining for hood and
pocket (optional)
• 1/2 yard of knit tricot fusible inter -
facing
• Thread: 100% polyester &
contrasting topstitch thread
for topstitching
• Sewing machine needles: universal
& topstitch
• 9” zipper
• Removable fabric marker
• Zipper foot for sewing machine
• Serger (optional)
• Adhesive tape (optional)
Note: Fleece and French terry
edges don’t ravel. Leave them
raw or serge or use zigzag
stitches to finish the seam
allowance raw edges.
PREPARE
Print out and assemble the full-size
pattern PDF. Cut the pieces as
directed, transferring the pattern
markings to the fleece with tailor’s
chalk. Use a removable fabric marker
to transfer pattern markings to the
non-fusible side of the interfacing. If
it is hard to distinguish the right side
from the wrong side of your fabric,
use tailor’s chalk to mark the wrong
side as you cut out the pieces.
For a solid pullover, cut one front
on the fold, one back on the fold,
two sleeves and one facing on the
fold.
For a color-blocked hoodie,
from the main fabric, cut one
color-blocked front top on the fold,
one color-blocked back top on the
44 1/2” 47 1/2” 41 1/2” 50 1/2” 54” 56” 60”
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Chest/
Hip
S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
2" 2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 1 3/4” 1 3/4”
FABRIC YARDAGE — 60" WIDE
S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL

fold, two color-bocked sleeve tops
and one facing on the fold. From the
contrast fabric, cut one color-blocked
front bottom on the fold, one
color-blocked back bottom on the
fold and two color-blocked sleeve
bottoms.
If making the collar version, cut
one collar on the fold.
If making the hoodie version, cut
two hoodies from the main fabric and
two from the lining.
If making the pocket, cut one on the
fold from the main fabric and one
from the lining fabric.
From the interfacing, cut one
facing interfacing on the fold, one
collar interfacing on the fold and one
stay. Transfer the stay pattern mark -
ings and fuse in place on the center
front wrong side, using the pattern
markings. Fuse the remaining
interfacing in place onto each
corresponding pattern piece wrong
side.
CONSTRUCT
Use 1/2” seam allowances unless
otherwise noted

If making a color-blocked version,
stitch the front top and bottom
pieces together along the long
raw edge using a serger or a
conventional sewing machine.
Repeat for the back and for both
color-blocked sleeves.
Lay the front piece wrong side
up on your ironing surface. Lay
the stay piece (cut from the fus -
ible interfacing) on the center front
wrong side, with the fusible side
right side down.
Carefully align the pattern dots
of the stay with the pattern dots of
the front and the top edge of the
stay with the upper front neckline.
The pattern dots on the stay indi -
cate the slash you will cut to install
the zipper. Using a press cloth,
fuse the stay in place, following the
manufacturer’s instructions. Allow
the piece to cool before you sew,
otherwise the adhesive could gum
your needle.
To prepare the opening slash for
the zipper, with the front wrong
side up, stitch along the outer lines
of the stay, on each side of the
center line and across the lower
edge. Using your rotary cutter and
acrylic ruler or snips, cut on the
marked center line from the neck -
line down to the lower end of the
opening. With small sharp scissors,
clip into the corners, clipping up
to but not through the stitched
line (1).
With the front right side up on
your work surface, turn the two
sides and bottom triangle of the
opening to the wrong side, and
use a press cloth to press the folds
lightly. Center the zipper under the
opening, aligning the lower zipper
stop with the opening lower edge.
On the sample, about 1/4” of the
zipper tape is revealed between the
teeth of the zipper and the folded
edges of fabric. The upper zipper
stop should be about 3/8” below the
neckline raw edge, meaning the
zipper tape will extend beyond the
neckline.
With long stitches, by hand, slip
baste the zipper to the Front along
the folds on each side and at the
bottom (2). Or secure the zipper
in place with the fabric with tape,
pressing the tape securely over the
zipper teeth and the bodice front.
Fold the front bodice up,
exposing the lower end of the
zipper tapes and the fabric triangle
1 2
at the opening lower end. Install
the zipper foot on your sewing
machine (see your machine’s man -
ual for assistance). To secure the
zipper tapes to the triangle, stitch
across the base of the triangle, just
below the lower zipper stop zipper
(3).
3

work the corners into well-defined
points. Press flat, using a press
cloth. Topstitch the outer collar
edges if desired.
To create the hood, pin the two
outer pieces and two lining pieces
along the long curved edge with
right sides together; stitch. Nest
the two hoods with wrong sides
together; pin and stitch along the
straight front edge. Turn the hood
right side out, press and topstitch
1/2” from the front edge. Baste the
collar lower edges together.
Unzip the zipper. Matching the
notches, pin the collar or hood to
the neckline, between the center
back and the shoulder seams. Flip
the facing to the outside of the
pullover body so that you see the
wrong side of the facing. Align the
facing neckline edge on top of the
collar/hood. The collar/hood will
be sandwiched between the right
side of the pullover body and the
right side of the facing. Pin all the
layers together around the neckline
from the center back, all the way
around to the front slash. Stitch all
of the layers together using a 1/4”
seam allowance. Clip around the
curved edge of the neckline. Serge-
and zigzag-finish the raw edges of
the seam allowances together.
Fold one front side over to expose
the zipper tape and the folded
opening edge. Working from the
bottom edge of the zipper to the
top and using your zipper foot,
stitch the front to the zipper tape
along the zipper guideline or 1/4”
from the zipper teeth (4). To reveal
more of the contrasting zipper
tape, edgestitch the zipper in place 1/16” from the layered edges of the
front/zipper tape, rather than sew -
ing along the stitched lines. Repeat
for the other side of the zipper.
Unfold the front and check the
installed zipper from the right side.
Remove the slip basting or tape
that held the zipper in place.
Following the manufacturer’s
instructions, fuse the correspond -
ing interfacing to the wrong side of
the facing. Allow the piece to cool.
Serge- or zigzag-finish the outside
raw edge of the facing, including
the shoulder edges. Do not finish
the neckline edge.
Place the facing wrong side up
on your cutting mat. Use a rotary
cutter or snips to cut on the cen -
ter line, as you did to cut the front
opening. Clip into the corners on
the marked lines with small sharp
scissors. Turn the two long sides
and the bottom triangle of the fac -
ing slash to the wrong side. Use a
press cloth to press the folds light -
ly. Pin the folds in place .
Place the pullover front on your
work surface wrong side up; the
installed zipper will also be wrong
side up. Place the facing right side
up on the front, aligning the neck -
line edges of the facing and the
front and centering the slash over
the zipper.
To attach the zipper to the
facing by hand, pin the facing to
the front temporarily, with pins
located about 2” from the slash.
Beginning at the top stop of the
zipper, using slip stitches, hand sew
the first long side of the facing to
the zipper along the fold. Turn the
corner, slip stitch the bottom edge
in place) below the bottom stop of
the zipper, and then stitch up the
other long side. Stop sewing when
you reach the zipper’s top stop
again.
To attach the zipper to the
facing by machine, slip baste or
tape the facing in place over the
zipper. Fold one facing side over
to expose the zipper tape and the
folded opening edge. Working from
the bottom edge of the zipper to
the top and using your zipper foot,
stitch the facing to the zipper tape
along the zipper guideline or 1/4”
from the zipper teeth. Repeat for
the bottom edge and the other
side of the zipper. Remove the slip
basting or tape that held the zipper
in place.
Pin the shoulder and neckline
edges of the facing out of the way
so that they don’t get caught in the
shoulder seam stitches. With right
sides together, pin and then stitch
the front and back together at the
shoulder seams. Serge- or zigzag-
finish the raw edges of the seam
allowances together.
With right sides together, pin the
sleeves to the assembled pullover
body, matching up the single and
double notches at the sleeve cap/
armhole. Stitch the sleeves in
place. Serge- or zigzag-finish the
raw edges of the seam allowances
together. Serge- or zigzag-finish
the sleeve hem edges.
With right sides together, pin the
front to the back together, aligning
the raw edges of the side seams.
Fold the sleeves so that the raw
edges of the underarm seams
match; pin in place. Stitch along
each side, beginning at the pattern
dot located a few inches above the
bottom edge of the side seam and
ending at the bottom edge of the
sleeve. Serge- or zigzag-finish the
raw edges of the seam allowances
together.
To create the collar, fuse the cor -
responding interfacing piece to the
wrong side of half of the collar, fol -
lowing the manufacturer’s instruc -
tions. With right sides together, fold
the collar in half and stitch closed
at both short sides. Leave the
neckline edges (the ones with the
notches) open. Trim the corners
carefully to reduce bulk and then
turn the collar right side out. Use a
point turner or chopstick to gently
4

Flip the collar away from the
pullover body. Using a press cloth,
press the seam allowances toward
the pullover body. With matching
thread, topstitch on the back of the
pullover body, from shoulder seam
to shoulder seam, stitching 1/4”
from the collar seam and catching
the seam allowances in the stitch -
ing.
Turn the facing to the inside of
the pullover and zip the zipper.
Handstitch the finished shoulder
edge of the facing to the shoul -
der seam using loose slip stitches.
Using a press cloth, give the zipper
opening a light press.
To finish the front of the pullover,
add the topstitch detail around the
zipper use contrasting topstitch
thread, a topstitching needle and
a walking foot if you have one.
Trace or pin the topstitch template
in place on the pullover front. With
the front right side facing up and
making sure you’re not stitching
through the back layer as well,
begin topstitching at one shoulder
seam. Follow the marked stitching
lines to sew to the opposite shoul -
der seam. For neat corners, leave
the needle in the down position
when you pivot to sew toward the
next corner.
Serge- or zigzag-finish the
bottom edge of the pullover and
the edges of the side vents.
To complete the side vents, place
the pullover right side up on your
work surface. To make a mitered
corner in one half of a side vent,
fold the bottom edge of the pull -
over up toward the opposite corner
with right sides together, bringing
point A to point B (5).
Using a 1/4” seam allowance, stitch
from the fold line to the raw edges
where Points A and B are matched
(6). Turn the corner right side out
and use a point turner to define the
point. Follow the same process to
complete the mitered corners of
the other half of the side vent and
the vent on the other side of the
pullover. In this step, you have also
established the 1” depth of the pull -
over’s hem.
Hem the bottom edge of the
pullover by folding 1” to the wrong
side. Pin in place. At the side
vents, the depth of the hem is
established. Use matching thread
to topstitch the hem in place, 7/8”
from the folded edge. Begin in the
mitered corner located at one of
the vents, and stitch toward the
next vent, stopping at the miter,
with the needle in the down posi -
tion. Turn the 90-degree corner
and stitch 7/8” from the folded edge
of the vent. When you reach the
next angle (about 45 degrees),
leave the needle in the down posi -
tion, turn the pullover, and stitch
toward the top corner (above the
vent). Leave the needle in the
down position and stitch back
toward the bottom of the vent,
repeating the process of turning
the corners with the needle in the
down position.
Continue sewing the hem until
you reach the place where you
started. Press the hemmed edge
lightly using a press cloth.
Hem the sleeves by folding 1” to
the wrong side and press lightly
using a press cloth. With matching
thread, topstitch the hems in place,
7/8” from the folded edges.
To create the hoodie pocket, layer
the pocket outer and lining with
right sides together. Stitch perim -
eter, leaving an opening along the
curved pocket edge. Trim the cor -
ners to reduce bulk and turn the
pocket right side out; press into the
corners with a point turner. Stitch
along each curved pocket edge,
closing the opening. Pin the pocket
in place on the pullover front using
the pattern markings as a guide.
Stitch in place across the pocket
upper and lower edges, reinforcing
the stitching at each pocket edge
opening.
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PAL MER
PULLOVER
The T rusted Sewing Source
1" Test Square
64 pages: 1a–8h
Print this page first at
100%, then measure the
1" test square before
printing full pattern.
Template overview
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1 inch Square
4 cm Square
HOODIE
Cut 1 on the Fold Front
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Cut 1 on the Fold
Back
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Clip Corner Clip Corners
Cut 1 on the Fold
Facing
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Cut 1 on the Fold
Facing Interfacing Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Cut 1 on the Fold
Collar Interfacing
Zip Front Pullover
Cut 1
Stay Interfacing
Zip Front Pullover
Cut 1 on the FoldCollar
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Cut 2 Mirror Image
Sleeve
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
FOLD
FOLD
FOLD
FOLD
Direction of Greatest Stretch
Bottom
Pocket Placement To p
Pocket Placement
Size Key
S
M L
XL
2X
3X
4X
Cut 2 Mirror Image
Colorblocked Sleeve - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included Direction of Greatest Stretch
Cut 2 Mirror Image
Colorblocked Sleeve - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included Direction of Greatest Stretch
Cut 1 on the Fold in Fabric and Lining
Pocket
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Cut 2 Mirror Image in Fabric and Lining
Hood
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
Topstitch Guide
Clip Corner
Zip Front Pullover
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Back - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
To p
Pocket Placement
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Back - Bottom Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - Bottom Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Bottom
Pocket Placement

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1a
1 inch Square
4 cm Square
HOODIE
Size Key
S
M L
XL
2X
3X
4X

1b
Cut 1
Stay Interfacing
Zip Front Pullover

1c 1d
Clip Corners
Cut 1 on the Fold
Facing Interfacing Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
FOLD

1d
Clip Corner

1e
1e
Clip Corner
Cut 1 on the FoldFacing
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
FOLD
Topstitch Guide
Zip Front Pullover

1f 1g 1f 1g
Cut 1 on the FoldCollar
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
FOLD

1g
1g

1h
Cut 1 on the Fold
Collar Interfacing
Zip Front Pullover
FOLD

2a

2b

2c 2d
Cut 1 on the FoldBack
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD

2d

2e
2e
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - TopZip Front Pullover

2f 2g 2f 2g

2g
2g

2h

3a
Cut 1 on the FoldFront
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
To p
Pocket Placement

3b

3c 3d
Direction of Greatest Stretch

3d

3e
3e
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - Top
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
To p
Pocket Placement

3f 3g 3f 3g

3g
3g

3h
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Back - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD

4a
Bottom
Pocket Placement

4b

4c 4d

4d

4e
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - Bottom
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD
Bottom
Pocket Placement

4f 4g
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Front - Bottom Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch

4g
Cut 2 Mirror Image in Fabric and LiningZip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch

4h
Cut 2 Mirror Image in Fabric and Lining
Hood
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch

5a

5b

5c 5d

5d
Cut 1 on the Fold
Colorblocked Back - Bottom Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
FOLD

5e

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6b
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Cut 2 Mirror ImageSleeve
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch

6c 6d
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1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD

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Cut 1 on the Fold in Fabric and Lining
Pocket
Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch
FOLD

6g
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Cut 1 on the Fold in Fabric and LiningZip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included
Direction of Greatest Stretch

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Cut 2 Mirror Image
Colorblocked Sleeve - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included Direction of Greatest Stretch

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Zip Front Pullover

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8h
Cut 2 Mirror Image
Colorblocked Sleeve - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included Direction of Greatest Stretch

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Colorblocked Sleeve - Top Zip Front Pullover
1/2” Seam Allowance Included Direction of Greatest Stretch

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Zip Front Pullover

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