First, this is on how to make the Urban Unisex Hoodie by Heidi and Finn reversible. It's an awesome pattern, I recommend you buy it.
I bought it thinking it was reversible however, and after I read through the directions and got to sewing I realized it wasn't. Almost, but not quite. I googled and wasn't able to find anything except for one or two people also saying they thought the pattern was reversible at first and were disappointed to find it wasn't. But I really wanted it to be, so I decided I'd figure out how, and now I'll teach you.
Cut out the pieces and sew according to the directions all the way up to where you attach the hoodie. Lay it out as directed and pin. I line up the center of the hood and the neckline, and start my way there then work way out and down the sides. I don't pin the bottom.
Sew where you pinned. (so up the side, across the top and down the other side.)
Then turn right side out and iron the seams you just sewed. From here you want to line up it with the flaps overlapping so it lays flat, and attach your buttons (or snaps. I always use snaps. Buttons and Buttonholes are overrated). Once its snapped (or buttoned), smooth it out again and make sure its all lined up, then sew the edge of the flap that is on top. You are essentially top-stitching this edge, and sewing it down at the same time. Stitch from the bottom up to a little bit below your last snap (or button). Then turn it inside out, and do the same thing on the other side. (If I were a good blogger or tutorial writer I'd have a picture of this step, but I'm not, so I don't. Sorry.)
You will end up with two lines going up to the snaps.
Now for attaching the bottom band. Take the band piece and fold it half "hotdog" style and iron.
Then open it up, and you are going to fold down the top edge a little bit and iron it, along the entire length.
Then do the same to the other side.
Now bring the short ends together WRONG side out, and sew the edge. Fold in half hotdog again along the crease you already ironed, leaving you with a folded tube of fabric.
Now what you are you going to do is nestle the raw edge of the hoodie in between the two layers of the band. It's a hoodie sandwich. The raw hoodie edge is the meat, and each layer of the band is the bread. (I hope that makes sense, and doesn't just make you hungry.)
Pin in place as you go, and go all the way around.
The raw edges of the band are folded down, and the raw edge of the hoodie is encased in the band. Now stitch along the top edge of the band all the way around, making sure you catch the bottom layer of the band as well.
Finish the arms in your preferred method if you haven't already. For ones for my girl I like to do the lettuce leaf using a rolled hem stitch on my serger. If you don't have a serger you can replicate the look by using a tight zig zag stitch and stretching the material slightly as you sew.
Congratulations! You now have a fully reversible Urban Unisex Hoodie with ZERO exposed edges (unless you like the rolled hem on the arms like me that is.)
I hope this helps you get more use out of your pattern, and if there are any questions please feel free to ask and I'll do my best to answer them!
(PS- I messed up when I was pinning the hood, and did it reverse of what I wanted so the printed hood shows with the solid body, and the solid hood is with the printed body. I was too lazy to unpin and fix it, and had been wanting to try it like this anyways so I left it. I think it still looks okay, yes?)