Men’s Elevation Hoodie by New Horizons Designs

There are many hoodie patterns out there, but one always catches my attention: The New Horizons Designs Elevation Hoodie! I watched in awe at all of the amazing Women and Child Elevation Hoodies — and finally the time has come to add our dear men to the list!

Men’s Elevation Hoodie Pattern

Elevation Hoodie Final 6

The pattern’s most striking feature is that modern zig-zag design that goes through both the bodice and sleeves. It’s an amazing way to color-block and add a pop of color to our men’s sometimes neutral wardrobes.

The welt pockets are fairly simple to create and produce a polished look; inside is a full kangaroo pocket, great in size to keep hands warm or hold phones, keys, and other gear.

Elevation Hoodie Final 5

The hood is a wrap/crossover style, nice and large with a great modern feel.

Elevation Hoodie Final 8

The drawstrings for the hoodie are yet another way to add color and add functionality to the hood.

I didn’t before use eyelets, and now I’m wondering why I waited so long; they add such a professional finish. I’m pretty sure I’ll be eyelet-obsessed henceforth!

I used great quality French Terry fabric for my full hoodie, including the drawstrings. The top variegated blue terry is from Urban Rag Trader on Etsy, and the purple and grey is from an end-of-the-season bundle I snagged from NR Fabrics on Facebook. Both have a good stretch and weight.

Here’s the direct link to the Men’s Elevation Hoodie <————-

and Here is the link to the men’s and kids’ bundle <————–

On sale through 3/14/2017.

 

 

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