🐹BAKA the Hooded Blanket PDF Sewing Pattern
🐹BAKA the Hooded Blanket PDF Sewing Pattern
Time to cozy up! BAKA the Hooded Blanket PDF Pattern is a floor length hooded blanket that is perfect for lounging around the house with a new video game, a good book, or just ―\_(ツ)_/― !!! Add-ons include puff antlers and paint on face templates! (not intended as sleepwear!) For boys and girls, ages 12M-16Y...heck, even some adults! (check the size chart to see if it could work!)
Your Saturday morning just gained so many snuggle points.
You never knew you needed one until now! Are your kids like mine: it's the weekend, they wake up groggy, shuffle over to the couch, dragging the biggest blanket they can find and curl up inside? And are you tired of dragging said blanket back to the bedroom? Well, Baka the Hooded Blanket is sure to fix your blanket woes! It's fully lined with features like a paint-on (or dark iron-on transfer) face with 20+ different features in three sizes to mix and match, button closure (or velcro closure for younger kiddos), as well as little puff antlers! Oh! And you might have noticed the cute little bunny and bear ears on a couple of the blankets... That's an added bonus pattern (found in my secret freebies clubhouse) just for the BAKA, free for subscribers of my Newsletter! Not only that, but there's a special 30% off promo code exclusively for Baka the Hooded Blanket in the secret freebies clubhouse too!
*PLEASE NOTE THIS LISTING IS NOT FOR A FINISHED GARMENT. THIS IS A DIGITAL SEWING PATTERN WITH INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN FINISHED GARMENT (for personal use only). This listing is for BAKA the HOODED BLANKET PATTERN ONLY. If you are interested in the full Umaru Collection, please purchase the Umaru Collection instead of this one. Refunds cannot be made since the pattern sends automatically after purchase.
The measurements listed below are for the child; they are not reflective of the finished garment.The measurements listed below are for the child; they are not reflective of the finished garment. (The finished length of the blanket should about 3/4” (2cm) less than your height measurement.)
- MAIN FABRICS + LINING: fleece, sweater knits, sweatshirt fabric, minky, light-medium weight faux fur, microfiber fleece
- ANTLER FABRICS: light-medium weight knits: jersey, cotton/spandex blends, rayon blends
SOME TECHNIQUES MAY INCLUDE (but are not exclusive to): sewing with bulky fabric (I've made a guide for you if it's your first time sewing something like this😊), sewing (and turning) little puff details, careful pinning to ensure pieces match properly, tracing and painting faces (could use dark iron-on transfer paper instead), buttonhole sewing, and slip-stitching.
notions + supplies
For Blanket Construction:
・ universal needle 80 or 90 needle
・ 1 button ˜5/8”-1” (˜1.5-2.5cm) OR 1” of 3/4” width sew-on velcro (2.5cm of 2cm width velcro)
・ scraps of lightweight interfacing for buttonholes
・ small amount of polyester batting for antlers
・ (opt.) fusible fleece for antler stability
・ (opt.) walking foot
For Face Templates:
・ freezer paper
・ fabric paints
・ craft sponge brushes or paint brushes
・ iron-on transfer paper for dark or light fabrics (alternative to painting).
・ craft knife (like Exact-o) for cutting out features
Be sure to read the "STANDARD PATTERN FEATURES" found in the images for a full list of all of the pattern features! 🖤
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File size: 9MB zipped
All of my patterns are packaged and sent in a zipped (compressed) folder which contains separate files for the following:
- the PDF Pattern file
- the "READ FIRST" instructions which are the detailed instructions of the pattern
- a black and white version of just the sewing tutorial for those who like to print out instructions
- an overview image to closely see how the pattern pages look when all put together (for reference purposes)
Some patterns also include a separate file for the face template patterns as well as an overview image of the templates.
This allows you to access only the information you require at any given step of the process without having a massive file open. To access the pattern after you receive them, right click on the zipped folder icon and instead of clicking "open", click "extract all" and then chose the folder you would like the files to be saved.
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