PDF Sewing Pattern
Because even when the good weather arrives you have to wrap up when the sun sets, the Sew me the Sun collection needed a pretty jacket. And it was a teddy-style jacket that I thought of to enrich the Maison Fauve wardrobe.
A jacket that has details that make it unique: a beautiful collar to wear turned up or folded down, a cuff that is not elasticated but with a strap for less of a sporty feel, and the option to sew SUNSET in any fabric version or with ribbed finishes to give your garment a style that suits you. Buttoned or zipped under the flap, the choice is yours!
The finishing touches and technical aspects : the SUNSET jacket is lined, with welt pockets (a simplified assembly), a zip under tab, raglan sleeves with belted cuffs, a collar and a belt overlayed at the front.
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Sewing Level: Advanced
Size: 34 to 46
SEWING MARGINS ARE INCLUDED (1 CM).
- 173 cm of fabric in all fabric versions
- 146 cm of fabric for the ribbed finish version
- 30 cm of rib for the rib version
- A separable zip from 45 cm to 50 cm (the length of the zip varies according to the gradation) for the zipped version, or 5 buttons of 15 mm for the buttoned version
- 125 cm lining
- 65 cm of fusible interfacing for the collar, facing and front band
- 1m of elastic 4 to 5 cm wide for the fabric belt version
- For the belted cuffs: you can button them (in this case provide 2 buttons of 15 mm), or adjust them with sliding buckles (in this case provide 2 sliding buckles of 3 cm)
Choice of fabrics: A cotton or cotton satin fabric which holds, denim, very light weight wool, jacquard, tweed, a Prince of Wales check ... medium weight fabrics, even combinations of fabrics to contrast on the sleeves.
For the lining, you need a suitable fabric, especially for the sleeves, so that you can put your jacket on easily (a slightly slippery fabric).
The Sunset jacket sewing tutorial can be found HERE!
PDF pattern to download and print at home, the board in A4 format has 39 pages.
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