Free Pattern Friday! Eevee Evolution Hooded Shrug

It’s less than a month now until Halloween! So if you haven’t started your costume ideas yet, now might be a good time to get cracking! And today I have a really simple pattern that makes a great fast costume for sewing newbies 😀 It’s a cute hooded shrug made up to look like, yes, all 9 current Eevee evolutions 🙂

Just like my previous zippered pouch pattern, I felt I couldn’t possibly introduce this pattern without creating all 9 versions, so no one’s favorite gets left out. The pattern is for a fun short jacket that pairs well with lots of casual outfits so it makes a quick and super cute costume. The sizes are for adults and range from XS up to 5XL.
You can usually pick your size based what size t-shirt you wear, but there’s a size chart in the pattern file as well. Since the jacket isn’t super fitted, there’s some leeway with what size you pick. So larger kids could likely get away with an XS.

If you haven’t made much clothes before, this pattern will be perfect for you! If you have knowledge of darts and hemming you’re in the clear. The only thing that might slow you down is all the little details that make the characters what they are. I hope you all like it!

22 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday! Eevee Evolution Hooded Shrug”

  1. thank you for giving this pattern for free! my daughter will love to get one (and I, honestly, need one, too. i think 🙂 )

  2. Manuela Bokelmann

    Dankeschön für das tolle Schnittmuster! Für meine Tochter genau das Richtige! Danke 😘

  3. Thank you so much for this pattern amd all your other free patterns! I don’t know how you do it! Your patterns and tutorials are so professional and extremely helpful and easy to follow. I have never made any type of garment before but I actually succeeded in making this eevee shrug, thanks to you! I absolutely love it!

    1. Oh wow, that’s fantastic to hear! I’m so glad the pattern worked out well for you and was successful for your first try at garments! Thank you for the kind words, and I hope you enjoy future projects! ♥

  4. Could you pls make Australian measurements (mm, cm, m etc) since I don’t really understand inches and how to measure with inches.

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