HP 1254 Riviera Marina Woven Hoodie & Blouse

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Make these relaxed pieces in your
favorite shirt & blouse fabrics...try silk
or cotton shirting, chambray, linen, crepe,
voile, gauze, or charmeuse silk.

Relaxed fit pull over or zip through hip length hoodie
has long cuffed sleeves and dropped shoulders.
Hem is longer at the back with side slits; neckline has
deep top stitched facings. Inverted back pleat, hood
drawstring & Kangaroo or patch pockets are optional.

*Bonus*...you can also make a ‘V’ neck version
without the hood for an simple blouse.

Wear these gorgeous pieces on the weekend, on
vacation or just lounging at home...your zip-through
hoodie makes a fabulous casual jacket, and the hooded
top slips on over your favorite cropped or full length pants,
or a slinky midi skirt.

Shopping List

For the zip through OR pull on hoodie in sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16
you’ll need around 2 ½ yards/230 cm of fabric; for sizes 18-20-22-24-26
you’ll need around 3 yards/275cm of fabric.

*For the zip through hoodie, you'll need a 22" or 55cm long
separating zipper.*

For the bonus ‘V’ neckline version without the hood in all
sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26
you’ll need around
2 1/4 yards/206cm of fabric; all versions need 2 x 5/8” or 0.625cm
diameter buttons, plus a few strips of 1” wide interfacing.
1 yard / 92cm drawstring cord is optional.

Fabric amounts are for 60”/150cm wide fabric.

2 Reviews
  • 5
    Love this pattern

    Published by Linda Lincoln on 20th Aug 2019

    I love this pattern as I do all of Trudy’s designs, for ease of execution and style. Please, dear Trudy, keep these wonderful tops coming!

  • 5
    A New Staple

    Published by Carol on 10th Jul 2019

    I made this out of a double gauze for a summer pull over. I made the "non-hood" version without the back pleat. My only modification was to shorten the sleeve into a 3/4 sleeve (no cuff). I might deepen the "v" neck on my next version, and want to see how the back pleat will work out - but I didn't think my double gauze had enough drape for my first version. I will DEFINATELY make this again. Thank you!

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