Pam Oversize Coat PDF Sewing Pattern

£12.00 GBP

Curl up in a loose fitting coat with a dropped armhole, pull up its pretty shawl collar close to your cheeks, slip your hands into its large pockets,...this is the vow the PAM coat gives.

Available in a maxi length for an androgynous and elegant look, or a mid-thigh overcoat version under which to slip a jacket or a little blazer, PAM is the coat that will serve you well every season. It is as beautiful worn over a dressy outfit to tone it down, as over jeans and a chunky sweater for a relaxed contemporary look.

Sewing level: intermediate

Size: 6 to 24 (34 to 52), for a height of 1m 65. If you are between 2 sizes choose the smaller size.



- Fabric in a width of 140 cm:
Long coat:
6 to 8 (34 to 36): 2m90 and 170 cm of lining
10 to 12 (38 to 40): 3m and 175 cm of lining
12 to 16 (42 to 44): 3m10 and 190 cm of lining
14 to 20 (46 to 48): 3m20 and 2m80 of lining
22 to 24 (50 to 52): 3m30 and 3m10 of lining
Short coat:
6 to 8 (34 to 36): 2m40 and 145 cm of lining
10 to 12 (38 to 40): 2m50 and 150 cm of lining
12 to 16 (42 to 44): 2m60 and 190 cm of lining
14 to 20 (46 to 48): 2m70 and 255 cm of lining
-2 buttons between 20 to 30 mm
-130 cm length of iron-on interfacing (sold in a width of 90 cm) for the collar, the facing and the bottom of the bust and sleeve pieces, as in the diagram below

Choice of fabrics: a supple wool (avoid a heavy pea coat type or stiff woolens), jacquard, tweed, fake fur, weighing around 300 to 550 g / m2 in order to highlight the shawl collar without hiding the dropped shoulders.


You can find a step by step video of the pattern on Maison Fauve's YouTube channel as well as in the tutorial section of the blog.

PDF guide

Your product is a pattern to download in PDF format and print at home, the plan in A4 format has 65 pages.

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