Everyday Sweatshirt


Sweatshirts are the perfect thing for those colder days and even the warmer months.  And this pattern gives you a lot to snuggle with—there are five different looks and tons of style options for boys, girls, babies, and kids.
All the details are below.
And when you’re ready to sew, hop over to Everyday Sweatshirt Headquarters for additional tips, inspiration, and FAQs.

BOYS + GIRLS, 12 months to 12 years old
• Relaxed fit, perfect for layering
• Use the included size chart to find the best fit for your child.

• Basic Sweatshirt
• Basic Sweatshirt with Pocket and/or Puffed Sleeves
• Tunic Length Sweatshirt
• High-Low Sweatshirt
• High-Low Sweatshirt with Pocket and/or Puffed Sleeves

Great for all levels! Beginners and beyond.

This PDF file contains:
• Printable pattern pieces in 11 sizes
• Guide for preparation: printing, piecing together, cutting out.
• Illustrated instructions for sewing each look.
• Fabric types, tips, and suggestions for sewing with knits, ribbing, and sweatshirt fabrics.
• Cheat Sheet for easy sewing.

• 1 to 1.5 yards of fabric, depending on size and style (fabric chart included in the pattern)
• 1/2 yard of ribbing fabric
* You do NOT need a serger – instructions are given for sewing machine construction. *

• This is a 45-page PDF pattern.
• After purchasing the pattern, you’ll receive a link to download your digital pattern. You will NOT be mailed a physical paper pattern. Please double-check your email address at checkout.
• Please SAVE the document to your computer (rather than a mobile device) then you will always have it—because your download link will expire at some point.
• The file size is 1.3 MB
• You do not need to print every page. A chart is included, showing which pages to print for each style.
• Pages print to 8.5 x 11 inch paper
• Pages are pieced together by trimming along the border, matching them at the markings, and taping together. I’ve tried to make this as simple as possible with detailed instructions in the pattern itself.

• By purchasing this pattern, you are free to make sweatshirts from the pattern and sell them in your small-scale shop, such as an Etsy shop, or for a local fundraising event. No production license is needed. However, please mention somewhere in your product listing that you used the “Everyday Sweatshirt Pattern by MADE Everyday.” (and link to www.madeeveryday.com)
• NO mass production please.
• If you ever have someone manufacture products or garments for you, you will need to create your own pattern.

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Okay. Let’s sew!