I Couldn’t Resist It: The Knight Hoodie for Perfect Pattern Parcel

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 I’m so excited to show you another garment available through Perfect Pattern Parcel today because this one has been a long time coming.  Jayce saw me reading about this Knight Hoodie pattern one day several months ago when it first came out, and when he saw it said, “Oh cooooool.  Mom, will you get me one of those?” and I said, “Buddy, I will MAKE you one of those!”  So I bought the pattern, printed it, then I got snowed under a bunch of other sewing commitments and it never happened.  But it has been on my Must Make ASAP list and I’m so glad I finally jumped on it because, you guys, it’s so much better than I was even hoping for.
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A Knight Hoodie!!  Am I right?!  The design is just so great and fun and classic.  Even though (obviously) it looks a bit like armor, it’s not overdone, it’s not costume-y, it doesn’t look like it belongs on a little boy only or for Halloween (although both would be cute) it’s a little extra fun.
It is so awesome that the Knight Hoodie comes as a part of the Perfect Pattern Parcel this round because you get all of these classic patterns for your little mans wardrobe (a few of which could be used for a boy or a girl) AND you get this excellent bonus pattern when you pay more than $26 for the bundle.
If you bought this pattern on it’s own you would pay $12, or instead, you can pay $26 and get SIX patterns!!!  
Pattern Parcel #4
The bundle is only available until Friday, so grab it now before you forget and it is gone!!

Buy Pattern Parcel #4
I loved sewing this Knight Hoodie for Jayce.  For some reason I was worried that it would be really tricky just because it seems like there are a lot of extra elements with the armor pieces, but it honestly isn’t.  The pattern is designed for an advanced beginner and I would totally agree with that classification.  It’s less involved than both of the other jackets that I made last week, took less time and concentration, but came away with an incredible product.  
But the best part is still yet to come!!  It turns out that…

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if you dress your son like a knight, he just might act like one.
Hannah was sitting quietly(ish) while I was taking Jayce’s pictures, but eventually couldn’t take it anymore, unbuckled herself from her stroller, and came charging over to us hoping to join in.  And instead of getting annoyed, Jayce smiled at her and invited her to stand with him.
What?!
A Knight and a princess 3Then he knelt down beside her, declaring, “No I have to kneel like this, because this is how knight always do it.
Okay.
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Then there were smiles and sweetness and overall contentment.A Knight and a princess 8
But then the sun started getting in his eyes and he was over it all.  But that was okay, because there were still those few moments, and they were worth it. 🙂
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But back to the pattern…
the details details details just make this jacket.  Armor pieces that wrap over the shoulder, a helmet shaped hood, a face plate and visor, all accented with a few buttons.  It turns out that I put the armor pieces on the wrong part of the arm (they are supposed to be up, not down) but does it matter?  No.  Still looks great. 🙂
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I can’t say that I’m too surprised.  The lady who designed this hoodie, Elisa of Charming Doodle, is the same designer of the Kudzu Skinnies that I made last week, so we all know that the woman has her details down pat!!  I love both of these and I cannot wait to sew up more of her stuff.
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I also can’t wait to finish my sewing from this bundle.  My skinny jeans fabric is cut, and the vest and button up fabric has been purchased.  I wish I was quick enough to have them all ready for the tour, but if you buy the bundle now we can sew them up together. 🙂

 
And if you need just a few more ideas of how to sew up these adorable designs, check out the bloggers below who have been sewing their versions of these patterns for the last 2 weeks.    
Friday, August 22
casa crafty ||
Lulu & Celeste ||
Keep Calm and Carrion

Saturday, August 23
Max California ||
Amanda Rose

Sunday, August 24
little betty sews

Monday, August 25
Kadiddlehopper ||
Radiant Home Studio

Tuesday, August 26
La Pantigana ||
Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy Crafts ||
Friends Stitched Together

Wednesday, August 27
Make It Perfect ||
Modern Handmade ||
GYCT Designs

Thursday, August 28
Needle and Ted ||
Mae & K ||
Mimi’s Mom

Friday, August 29
Pienkel ||
Once Upon a Sewing Machine ||
Friends Stitched Together

Saturday, August 30
FABulous Home Sewn ||
Gray Skies ||
The Crazy Tailor

Sunday, August 31
Nine Stitches ||
Max California ||
Oliver’s Fancy ||
Friends Stitched Together

Monday, September 1
a happy stitch ||
lady and the gents ||
Our Family Four ||
Swoodson Says

Tuesday, September 2
verypurpleperson ||
Things for Boys ||
The Crazy Tailor

Wednesday, September 3
Our Family Four ||
Rebekah Sews ||
a happy stitch

Thursday, September 4
Sew a Straight Line ||
la inglesita ||
Made by Sara ||
Knot Sew Normal

Friday, September 5
Knot Sew Normal ||
Gracious Threads ||
Sofilantjes ||
Max California

6 thoughts on “I Couldn’t Resist It: The Knight Hoodie for Perfect Pattern Parcel

  1. I have always loved this pattern! And yours turned out great! I love how your little princess hopped in the photos with her knight 🙂

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