Heart Monogrammed Hoodies (tutorial)

by ilene on June 1, 2011 · 3 comments

in sewing, tutorial

I have three little girl friends who I adore. They range in age from 4-7 and I love to babysit them, play dress up, color rainbows and take them out for “afternoon tea”.  They are the cutest, sweetest little girls and I am so lucky to have them in my life!! I was shopping one day in the kids section and I found these cute white sweater hoodies at 85% off so they were only $5, score! So I decided to make these sweet monogrammed sweater hoodies for the three little girls:

What the hoodies look like opened up:

I got some light pink corduroy fabric and ironed on the backside with Heat N’ Bond Iron-On Adhesive. I printed a heart out on my computer because I didn’t trust myself to cut a non-lopsided heart. Then traced the heart onto the pink fabric with a disappearing ink fabric marker and cut out the heart:

I cut out the 3 initials onto white heat transfer vinyl with my silhouette and ironed it onto the hearts:

I ironed on the heart to the sweater and then I used my sewing machine to embroider all around the edges of the hearts:

Ta-da!! A quick easy project for three of my favorite little girls!

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1 yvonne June 2, 2011 at 12:24 am

cute! ahh the wonderful silhouette!

2 mariakaren July 28, 2011 at 7:13 pm

i wish i know how to use the sewing machine 🙁

3 Annemarie November 24, 2011 at 4:53 pm

Super cute and easy! Thanks for sharing.

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