Navy and Pink Color Pop Hoodie

by | Mar 10, 2017 | Clothing, Women | 3 comments

Here’s a new version of the TAMI Revolution Hoodie in Navy and Pink with a color pop! This fun hoodie was made to order for a customer and I wanted to share because it turned out so cute!

Navy and Pink Color Pop Hoodie

Navy Pink Color Pop Hoodie

Photo from customer used with permission.

My customer sent me a couple inspiration pictures of hoodies she likes and the elements that appeal to her.  Standard hood, Kangaroo pocket, and a fun fabric or color pop on the hood lining and Kangaroo pocket.

Then we talked about the colors and patterns she is drawn to.  We selected the same french terry I used for my burgundy hoodie, but in Navy. Photos do not show the metallic threads very well, but much of the ‘heathering’ look in the photos is
actually metallic threads giving the fabric a slight shimmer.  After looking through lots of fabric options online and at Joanns, we settled on a bright pink space dye knit.  It has a very smooth touch and excellent 4-way recovery, but lacks the coziness a hoodie usually gives.  We jumped that hurdle by lining the kangaroo pocket with more of the french terry.  Now she has her pop of color and warmth too!

Would you like a hoodie custom made for you? Email me at hazelnutmade@gmail.com or message me through Etsy and we’ll start creating a special piece just for you!  This hoodie can be personalized in so many ways!  Double Hood, Zipper detail, Side pockets, Thumb Cuffs…We’re sure to be able to create just what you want!

Love this one? My Etsy Shop has a listing for this exact hoodie.  Head on over to purchase and I’ll start making one just for you!

Like to do your own sewing?  You can purchase the pattern from New Horizons Designs!  (affiliate link)

 

Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive a small affiliate commission. This helps fund fabric for testing and reviewing patterns, and paying down student loans for my husband’s training. Regardless, I only recommend what I believe is quality.