I had pinned a *gorgeous* hoodie on Pinterest months ago from a foreign vendor. It wasn't sold in the US, so there was only the option of making it. I won't show you the inspiration, because I'm going to take what I learned here and apply it toward making that hoodie in the near future, so you'll have to wait :)
I like this, though. It's cute and I think it would be super fun for a bonfire. It's fun, and most of all it's fitted. If you cut out the asymmetrical aspect, it's actually pretty easy to make. When you consider that I made it from a men's (size medium- though the sleeves + length fit perfectly, so I'm questioning that...) hoodie that I got at Goodwill for $3, that's a pretty stinking awesome project.
HERE. Run it through with a straight stitch, cut away excess.
DONE! I think it's so cozy and comfortable for fall. Perfect for bonfires, and a great way to make an old, cruddy sweatshirt over. You can tell from the pictures that I haven't washed this yet (gross, I know), but when I do the old seams will relax and disappear.
That's it for me, people. I hope your week was lovely. We're having a Wizard of Oz themed party for my niece this weekend, so there will be lots of fun pictures and tutorials from that next week! Enjoy your weekend, all the best and as always- thanks for reading!