Hurley’s Beach Buddy and Dolls PDF Pattern

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Are you ready to relax and catch some rays? Well, don’t forget to grab Hurley’s Beach Buddy on your way out the door! Its versatile design allows you to fold it up into a bag for easy carrying, and then once at your destination, you simple roll it out for a comfy spot to chill in the sun! Pockets on both sides allow for tons of storage to organize all your summer necessities. And best of all….the Velcro closure on the pillowcase allows you to remove the pillow in order to throw your Beach Buddy in the wash! Hurley’s is also great to give as a gift for all ages! The possibilities are endless and the summer fun has just begun! Now let’s see what you can do with it! 

Difficulty Rating: Beginner
*Fabric Requirement Chart shown as last image*

Here is what you receive:

  • Measurements for Adult/Child
  • A  12-page instant download pattern with thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.
  • This pattern does not include pattern pieces only a cutting chart so no paper, ink, tape, or time wasted!
Please note that PDF patterns differ from traditional sewing patterns, and not all PDF designers have the same style. We prefer to give measurements for simple rectangles instead of rectangular pattern pieces to save your time, paper, ink, and tape. You will only receive pattern pieces for curved portions of the garment, and you will follow the cutting chart for the remaining pieces. 
If you would like to see an example of our style and try it for free, please download our free sample pattern HERE.
Hurley’s Beach Buddy and Dolls PDF Pattern

Product Reviews

Written by Beverly Johnston on 28th May 2016

Super Functional Not a Perfect Science though

So first you have to find towels at a very specific size to make this pattern work. They sell them at Wal-mart but mine didn't keep a perfect shape after being washed, which complicates the pattern in my eyes. When I look at the pictures here I'm assuming they found a very flat pillow somewhere to use because the cheap Wal-Mart pillow I used made it it much fatter when rolled up, which then made the back pockets not very functional. I think a lot comes down to the pillow size. They called for a standard pillow but I think a flatter standard pillow should be added to that. I love the design though and for the most part the directions are fairly easy to follow. Sidenote, I'm not a seasoned seamstress so my opinion might not be worth much if you are.