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About to Make Our Pattern? Check Your Version Number!

One of the reasons I like a pattern in PDF form is that it is not a static product. A digital product can be altered even after people have bought it. Even though a pattern has gone through a thorough testing phase, there’s always things that can come up later. Sometimes it’s just a typo, other times it is the wording of an instruction step, sometimes it’s something in the pattern design. Different people notice different things – it cannot be avoided.

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How to Match Stripes on Princess Seams

One of the Jasper product samples is made with a fun striped sweatshirt fleece. I had envisioned this one and was eager to bring it to life, but at the same time I didn’t look forward to matching the stripes on the princess seam bodice. In the end it wasn’t that hard, just a bit of extra prep work. If you want a stripy Jasper too, no need to fear! In this post I’ll show you how to match the stripes in the most important places.

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Choosing Buttons for the Jasper Hood

Adding buttons to the Jasper hood is of course optional, but for me it just looks more finished with buttons. They are not functional, but they give the impression that the hood is wrapped around your head almost.

Different types and colours of buttons can completely change the style of your hoodie. Below are a couple of example. The big black ones make it bold, the white and checkered ones give it more of a 60’s looks, and so forth. I love the flower ones but they were a bit big for my taste – I wish I had bought the smaller version!

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Share Your Jades & Jaspers

What is the first thing you want to do when you have sewed something? Put it on and show it off! These are are a few of the creations I’ve seen popping up in the last few weeks. I love how creative people get, you guys come up with possibilities I hadn’t even thought of yet!

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How To Make a Smaller Jasper Hood

The hood on the Jasper is big. This is an intentional design feature and it makes the hood different than standard sweatshirt hoods. It is not meant to envelop your head, but to rest on it lightly, not pulled all the way to the front. For those who would like the hood to be less big, today I’m showing how to make the hood smaller. We’ll make it more narrow at the sides, and make it sit more towards the back.