Want to hack thumbhole cuffs into your next sweater project? Follow this quick tutorial to add extra comfort and coziness into your next sweater!
I don’t know about you, but I am OBSESSED with thumbhole cuffs in sweaters! I’ve commented many times that all sweaters should come with thumbholes! Many of my ready to wear garments don’t have them unless they are athletic wear, which makes me sad.
Living in the Pacific Northwest, my hands also get cold pretty often. I’m always tucking my hands into my sleeves during cooler weather, so having them are pretty much a necessity. I also find that they just feel natural to have in a sweater.
Recently, I made the Chalk and Notch Page Hoodie and decided that this would be the perfect sweater to try adding in thumbholes. I’ve sewn thumbholes once before with my Greenstyle Creations Sundance Jacket and found the process to be really simple. I find that it only adds about 10-minutes of additional time to my project! All I need to do is a little extra hand sewing to stitch the holes closed.
Since this is such an easy hack to do, I decided to share my method so that you can add thumbholes to all your sweaters too! Just follow along with the tutorial below:
Thumbhole Cuff Pattern Hack Tutorial
I hope you enjoyed this thumbhole cuff tutorial! If you sew thumbholes into your next sweater project, tag me on Instagram – I’d love to see what you made!
Want to see more sewing pattern hacks? Check out my tutorial to make True Bias Hudson Shorts!
True Bias Hudson Pants | Shorts Hack Tutorial by angelica_creates on Jumprope.