MJK x SF Hoodie...

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  1. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    There seems to be quite a bit of demand for the style hoodie (shown below) that was in the "Nice Hoodie" thread, so we are going to be doing a MJKxSF hoodie... [​IMG] These are our plans so far... We are making it out of 13oz organic cotton thermal in charcoal... [​IMG] With these buttons coated nylon buttons. There will be a button high on the neckline (or low on the hood; however you want to think of it) [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Here are some closeup pics... [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. Arethusa

    Arethusa Senior member

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    I'd be curious abouteither patch pockets or horizontal welt pockets. The vertical pockets seem both feminine and fairly non-functional in something like that, even with a heavier-ish weight fabric.
     
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    Looks awesome, i would def buy but i'm just a junior in high school and i hate asking my parents for money. If it was around $90-ish I would def. buy!
     
  4. michaeljkrell

    michaeljkrell Senior member

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    I agree. The first thing I thought of when I saw the garment is those long sweater/jackets that woman wear all the time. Different pockets would do well to change that...
     
  5. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    I'd love to see what we can get in terms of buttons. I know some have wanted them to be toned down but if I think something antiqued for either fabric would look killer.

    I'm a "yes" on the charcoal.
     
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    i def want this. but i can't do metal buttons..........the 2nd color is better imo
     
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    I think horizontal pockets would give the hoodie a cardigan feel that I don't really want. That being said, if you do go the horizontal route, I think I would prefer welted.
     
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    Yes, depending on the cost of course.

    I don't think that I would like cardigan-esque pockets on this piece. I'd be interested to see a mock-up with diagonal pockets.
     
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    Yes, charcoal, dependent on cost.
     
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    Yes, though I agree on the change of pockets / buttons. Prefer charcoal to green.
     
  12. Connemara

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    I like the charcoal. Honestly, with patch pockets, this would be killer.
     
  13. Arethusa

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    How heavy is the fabric? I'm just curious because if you could find something suitably heavy (maybe heavier) and durable, it's make an interesting jacket with different pockets and some lining.
     
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    How heavy is the fabric? I'm just curious because if you could find something suitably heavy (maybe heavier) and durable, it's make an interesting jacket with different pockets and some lining.
    This is our plans so far. To make it out of 13oz organic cotton thermal in charcoal and/or evergreen...
    Aso, I forgot to mention that I want it in charcoal.
     
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    Definite yes from me, although I'm still unsure as to which fabric.
     

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