The Hot Coffee Sweatshirt is the perfect cool weather addition to your sewing collection. Choose between three neckline options: crew (round) neck, cowl neck and hoodie. In addition, there are two pocket options: patch pockets and kanga pouch. Finally, add to that the two different lengths for the top and dress and you have a huge number of combinations! It has a slouchy, relaxed fit compared to other Waves and Wild sweatshirt patterns.
The Hot Coffee Sweatshirt goes XXS – 5XL.
It is suitable for enthusiastic beginners. Medium weight knit fabrics (for example French terry or sweatshirt fleece) are perfect for this pattern.
There’s is a matching men’s pattern plus a matching child pattern called the Hot Chocolate.
This listing is for 4 downloadable PDF files: Instructions, a print-at-home pattern, a copy shop pattern and a projector pattern.
Print the print-at-home pattern on A4/legal/letter sized paper.
Take the copy shop file to a professional printer to print onto large sheets of paper.
Use the projector file to project the pattern straight onto your fabric.
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The pattern is created in layers meaning you can print just the layers (sizes) you need.
This is an instant download PDF, not a finished item. Due to the digital nature of PDF patterns, no refund can be given if purchased in error.
Lena Gauld –
This is my favourite hoody/jumper pattern for me.
I have made many of these and love the pattern.
It is an oversized/relaxed fit so if you want a more fitted top then there is room to size down.
The instructions are clear and easy to follow.
This pattern is amazing – so versatile and really easy to sew! I love all Waves and Wild (formerly MBJM) patterns, but this one is definitely up there in my favourites. The only thing I had to adjust for was my height (I’m 5ft 9) – the fit was perfect and the instructions are so straightforward. I have made several of these for myself and my family – I love that there is a men’s version too. After adjusting for height, the fit is also great for my dad (6ft 7), brother (6ft 3) and fiance (6ft 1)! This is definitely my go to pattern for jumpers. I think my favourite is one I made in a fleecy jersey – it is so cosy!
I love the hot coffee. So so comfy, as a sweater or a dress, there is a mens version as well, so i can be twinning with the boyfriend without it being to obvious!
Lindy G –
This is the pattern I use the most.
The instructions – like all the waves and wild patterns – are clear and easy to follow.
Tarn Preston –
This was the first pattern I made up for myself and loved it so much I made a matching hoodie for my hubby and daughter, then made another set for all of us as vests! Being able to easily sew on a pocket made me feel like I was a professional instead of a newbie. Great fit. I’m 170cm and didn’t have to adjust the length. The back just sits perfectly over the top of my bum and prevents cold air getting in. WINNER!
Fiona Evans –
Another great pattern from waves and wild. I’ve made a few of these and wanted the crew neck type option and felt I needed to adjust slightly for my preference as the neckline is quite high. (I suggest using ribbing for the neckband because if you use your main fabric it is a pretty tight fit!) fantastic instructions and very versatile!
Lauren (verified owner) –
I love this pattern for both how easy/fast it is to make and the finished result! I’ve made the hoody and crew neck option so I guess it’s time to make the cowl neck next!