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Men’s Sierra Fleece Pullover

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


A PDF sewing pattern for the perfect layering fleece or light pullover jacket.  This quarter zip pullover has a relaxed fit that won’t inhibit an active lifestyle.

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The Men’s Sierra Fleece Pullover is the staple item you’ve been looking for this fall.

Included in the pattern are:

  • Solid Pullover
  • Optional contrast shoulders and sleeves
  • Two zipper lengths (9″ or 12″) – 9″ is traditional length, but the 12″ can give you a little bit more room!
  • Optional on-seam pockets with invisible zippers.

Fabric requirements and notions are listed in one of the images.  This pattern requires fleece, a fleece blend, sweatshirt fabric, or a heavy-weight knit blend with at least 25% stretch.  Extra fabric may be required to match patterns or stripes or if you need additional length. Fabric for the optional pockets and facing should be a light to medium weight knit.

This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS – 3XL. Included in your purchase are professionally drawn pattern pieces formatted for 8.5×11, A4, and A0 printers. The file also includes a professional tutorial that includes pictures or drawings to help you sew up your new favorite outfit.



2 reviews for Men’s Sierra Fleece Pullover

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ashley Lovett (verified owner)

    I love this pullover! I was able to make one for my husband and my 10-year-old son (size XXS) and they both loved them. The pattern is easy to follow and provides very useful tips on how to successfully install a zipper (which I was slightly scared of :/). The no-trim pages on the pattern pieces make putting it together a breeze. You can use so many different types of fabric with this design too: fleece (of course), super soft Micro fleece, French terry, and even heavy weight performance knit. Now I need to make one for me!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5


    It’s a fun pattern, my only complaint is the tutorial for the collar and zipper. I was so confused, and I’ve been sewing for well over 15 years. The directions were very confusing. I ended up getting it wrong but made it work. Now I know what to do for the next one. Other than that, it’s comfy and I a great pattern. Thanks.

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