How to Make a Men's Fleece Hoodiecomments (16) December 16th, 2011
6. Then, with right sides facing, stitch the side and shoulder seams, using a 1/4-inch seam allowance.
7. Next, sew the underarm seams of the sleeves. Flip one sleeve right side out and set it inside the shirt, aligning the armhole edges and the side and underarm seams. Sew the armhole seam (repeat for the other sleeve).
8. Sew the center back seam of the hood, then hem the front opening edge with a 1/2-inch double-turned hem. Seam the hood to the neckline.
9. Hem the cuffs and bottom of the hoodie as you like. I just turned them once, since the fleece is so bulky, and used an overedge zigzag stitch to keep them nice and flat.
Wait, it's done already? And this is what I've been afraid of for all these years?
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